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Blue Tag Sale Dining Tables
This week will end the Great Blue Tag Sale Days at Ormandy
Bros Big Furniture Store. For one week, our splendid, com
plete line of Dining Tables will be cut way, way down.
Plnin oak.G foot extension din
inir table, mission finished in
wax. Regular $R00, Blue Tag
A beauty, G4 inch top, 8 foot
extension dining table, has 12
inch octagon pedestal, colonial
design, heavy solid feet extend
ing to top of pedestal. Regular
$G0.()0. Hltio Tag Special-
Quarter sawed oak, wax finish,
G foot extension dining table,
round pedestal with claw feet.
Regular $18.00, Blue Tag Special
Wax finish quartered oak, 45
inch top, G foot extension din
ing table, round quartered pedes
tal with ilat solid base. Regular
$22.50, Blue Tag Special-
45 inch top, quarter sawed
oak. 8 foot extension dining
table. 8 inch round shaped ped
estal with claw feet. Regular
$27.50, Blue Tag Spccial-
Very pleasing designed exten
sion dining table in quartered
oak, golden polish, colonial ped
estal and feet. Regulur $28.00,
Blue Tag Speciul-
Six foot extension dining table,
highly ioHshcd, 45 inch top.
Regular $12.00. Blue Tag Special
Six foot extension table, 12
inch round turned pedestal with
claw feet, wax finiBh and lock
nttached. Regular $27.00, Blue
Attractive cluster pedestal, 5
separate supports which spread
apart when the table is extend
ed, a quarter oak, 44 inch top,
wax finish. Regular $32.00, Bluu
One-fourth Off on alf Hammocks and Refrigerators
coT Ormandy Bros. 1 0PZ
CREDIT FURNITURE OFFICE
E. L. Perkins loft Thursday
for his home in Carlton to spend
his vacation with his parents.
Mrs. J. A. Simmons of Inde-
fiendence is visiting herchildren
3. A. Simmons and Mrs. II. C.
Finch of this city.
Thos. Grico and family have
moved hero from Vancouver,
Wash., and are domiciled at the
Whitney house on 1G23 North
Two rooms are being added to
the Congregational church on
the corner of Richmond and
lvanhoo streets, which will afford
class rooms that are badly need
ed. S. C. Cook and wife, Mrs. C.
L. Holmes and children, and
Mrs. E. A. Blew and children,
departed Thursday of last week
for Sun' Set Beach for a two
weeks' fishing and surf bathing
The Consul of Austria Hungary
desires to ascertain the present
whereabouts of Aurel Morar from
whom the last tidings wore St.
Johns, Oregon. Any one know
ing anything about him is re
quested to leave infomation with
Postmaster T, J. Monahan.
A farewell party was given
Miss Nellie Brown upon Rev.
Murphey's lawn Tuesday evening
by Class Five of the Congrega
tional church. The event was a
most pleasing one. Miss Brown
is leaving St. jonns lor uniuor
nia, where she will make her
Adam F. Kaemlein, who has
been spending the past couple of
years in Northern California,
has returned to St. Johns. His
numerous friends were particu
larly glad to see him again and
learn that he may possibly re
main a citizen of St. Johns. As
a tonsorial artist Adam has few
C. M. Cook, inspector of the
Equitable Savings and Loan As
sociation of Portland, was a vis
itor in St. Johns last Tuesday.
The Equitable "is a mammoth
and prosperous institution with
resources nearing $3,000,000,
and securities exceeding $6,000.
nnn nnrl has annointed John N.
Edlefsen its agent for making
real estate loans in this city.
The regular monthly meeting
of the Commercial club which
should have been held Wednes
day evening, July 16th, was
nnatnnned on account of commit
tee work relative to the sweet
pea show and school garden con
test The meeting will be held
.on .Tulv 10th. at 8 o'clock. A full
attendance of the club members
Miss Hazel Nutting is n guest i
of her mint, Mrs. T.II. Cochran,
Norman and Gertrude Bald
win are visiting at the home of
K. C. Couch this week.
W. L. Carman of Spokane
spent Sunday and Monday with
his mother, Mrs. Alan Black
J. N. Hnrnnv nnd Htfln dnncrli.
tor, Mary Elizabeth, are visiting!
in Spokane, Wash., and Wallace,
C. E. Miller has opened up a
blacksmith shop on the corner of
Alta and lvanhoo streets, and
is prepared to do any kind of
work in his line.
duy School 10 a.m.; preaching
11a. m. and 8 p. m. ; C. E. at 7
p. m. t'rayermeetlng weanes
day at 8 p. m.
Mrs. Blackman, wife of Rev.
Blackman, formerly pastor of
the Free Methodist church of
this place died at her home in
Portland last week.
Miss Pearl Streeter of Sher
wood, Oregon, was in the city
last week to meet Miss Pauline
Coop of Unionville, Mo. They
spent the week visiting friends
in St. Johns and Portland.
Mr, and Mrs. G.W.Overstreet,
Misses Pauline Coop and Edna
Dickson and David Byerlee re
turned with Miss Pearl Streeter
for a week end party at her
homo at Sherwood, Oregon, last
Ed Monahan sold his house at
523 Oswego street to Gus Maski
who has moved it to his ot pur
chased from Chas. Sagert. Mr.
Monahan will rebuild on the
same site. Mr. Culp has charge
of the the work.
K. C. Couch has gone into the
bee raising business. Last week
while at work building a hen
house at his house on Fillmore
street a swarm of bees came
along and Mr. Couch promptly
hired all the small boys in the
vicinity to drum on tin cans.etc,
and he hived the swarm of bees
as neatly as an expert could have
Mrs. E. F. Day entertained at
an elaborate course luncheon on
Thursday last. After lunch the
afternoon was spent in playing
500. Mrs. Edlefsen was the
lucky winner of the first prize,
a handsome piece of cut glass.
Mrs. Rambo won the second
prize, a cut glass bon bon dish.
The invited list included Mes
dames Edlefsen, Rambo, Valen
tine, Boyd, Gammel, Murray,
Brown, Jngledue, Harrington,
Hiller. Hartel. A. A. Muck. Der-
rie, Chas, Muck, Evens and Mar-
203 S. Jersey Street
Call up Columbia 92
Typewriter ribbons for sale ol
this office; 50 cents each.
are cordially invited to
attend the services, and
sure to find a hearty
every Sunday morning
and cveniug at the
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
Corner New York SI. and Central Avenue
A lino of typewriter ribbons.
j both narrow and wide, has just
' been received at tho Review
.office: 50c each. Also carbon
paper at two sheets for five
"SWAT THE FLY
Our annual crusade against the pesky FLY has begun.
During the following week, we will
Give Away 1000 Fly Swatters
from our store. The value of these little articles can
not be over estimated, as science has proven the little
fly is responsible for a large percentage of disease and
sickness. Every adult calling at our store the follow
ing week will be presented with a Fly Swatter free,
To Advertise the
Durham Duplex Safety Razor
we are authorized to sell a limited uumbe,r of DUR
HAM DEMONSTRATORS (safety razors) at the
small sum of 35c. Come in and see them.
Drugs and Patent Medicines
at Cut Rate Prices
We maintain a cut price on all patent medicines and
tpilet articles. Get our prices before going to Portland,
Remember we carry MINUET TALCUM POWDER
and VELVETINA toilet specialties, the guaranteed
"Swat the Fly" and patronize
The St. Johns Pharmacy
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(1rr1n says: W Wave one
quality. ie awrloa, mr? irrtce.
WANTED- A T AM STB It
AT PORTLAND tt'OOLKN
Mrs. W. K. Ashby loft ywUr
tiny to visit friends in South
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Gllmora
hnc returned from a delightful
I sojourn at Seaside.
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1 Mrs. J. It. CummitiKS died Wed
nesday. Wanted Girl forjronornl house
work, St. .Johns jrirl preferred.
Apply, Mrs. 12. S. Currier, 410
12. Chicago SU 2tp.
Currin says: For the next
thirty days we will develop roll
films any size free. This is to
prove to you the quality of our
Currin says: We carry all the
leading magazines in stock but if
there is a special one you want we
will get it for you on very short
Mrs. V. Blum of St. Louis,
Mo., was a guest of Mrs. 12.
Byars and Mrs. Ed. Ashby last
Wanted To exchange good
team of horses for vacant ground
in St. Johns. Chas. Sngert, 10U
N. Jersey street.
Currin says: If it isn't an
EASTMAN it isn't a Kodak.
Don't be fooled by the name.
We do all kinds of conveyanc
ing, with notary public services.
Mchinney &i Davis.
Our ice cream sodas and ices
are iiavoreu wmi true lruu
llavors and served absolutely
clean. Remember this when you
are thirsty. Currins for Drugs.
The vounir people of the Evan
gelical church have secured the
use of two lots on lvanhoo street,
one on either side of Charleston
street, and will fit up the Hiinio
for recreation and athletic pur
poses, a most excellent idea.
On account of campmeeting in
nroirrcss at Quinnby Park, there
will bo no services in tho Evan
gelical church Sunday with the
exception of Sunday School,
which will take place at 0 a. in..
instead of 10 o'clock, the usual
Currin says: Have you over
bouirhtanyof our full weight
QUALITY household drugs? It
will pay you to buy them here.
Better and more of them always.
First Christina Science Sociely-
Sundays 11 a. 111., Wednesdays ut 8
p. in. Rending room open on lues.
Tliurs. mid Sat. from 2 to .1 p. m.
All cordiully invited to the services
nml reading roam. Subject Stmdnv:
A rumor which wo have been
unable to confirm is current to
tho effect that Earl P. Wilson,
formerly proprietor of tho Bun
galow store in this city, was
killed in a railroad accident at
or near Seattle.
Chilli Con Carno at Dan's Res
taurant. Wanted at Dan's Restaurant,
young woman, general helper.
Lost- on Charleston street or
Smith avenue, red rubber hose.
Kindly notify Dan's Restaurant.
Reward, good Sunday dinner
For Sale Six room house and
lot, fruit trcos, grape arbor,
strawberries in, also river view,
Owner on tho plnco to show.
914 S. Edison street.
Mrs. Clarkson. sales lady for
Couch and Co., received a letter
from her sister in Central Texas
stating that it had been so hot
there that the eggs were found
cooked hard in the coops by
night. Rather discouraging for
Multnomah County Veterans
Association will hold their annu
al reunion picnic at Peninsula
Park Saturday, July 2G. All
veterans with families, W. R.
C L. of G. A. R. and friends
are requested to bo with them.
Bring well tilled baskets. Coun
Tho funeral of Charles C. Corn
stock, who died last Friday
evening, was held Sunday from
the Blackburn undertaking par
lors, Rev. Plowman officiating.
The remains were interred in
Columbia cemetery. He was the
son of Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Comstock, of G16 West Charles
ton street, and had been sick but
a few days.
Mrs. D. N. Byerlee left for
Prairie City, Iowa, to be with
her father, Allen Ilickey, who
lias many friends here, after re
ceiving word Tuesday evening
that he was very low and not
expected to live. Mr. Ilickey is
86 years old and has been a min
ister in the Christian church for
over fifty years. Mrs. Byerlee
will spend a couple of months
while there visiting relatives and
friends through the Middle
states, some of whom she has
not seen for twenty-five years.
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PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK
Oldest Bank en the
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John X. KiH.xruKX, Cauli
F C Knai r, Vice Prta.
S 1. Ih.kii . A ! Caab.
ORDINANCE: NO. 552
AN ORDINANCE REGULAT
ING THE KEEPING OF
DOGS, PROVIDING A PEN
ALTY FOR THE VIOLATION
THEREOF. AND DECLAR
ING AN EMERGENCY.
The City of St. Johns doos or
dain as follows:
Section 1. All dogs within the
city of St. Johns, Oregon, not
kept or controlled within a suffi
cient enclosure, led or secured
iy a line, rope or chain or mux
led, from the 15th day of Juno
to the 16th day of September of
each year, so effectually an to
prevent the animal from biting
persons or animals are hereby
declared to be a public nuisance
and a menace to health and
Section 2. All person or pur
sons owning, keeping or having
control of any dog or dogs with-
it tho city or bt. Johns not Kept
within a sufficient enclomire, led
or secured by a lino, rope or
chain, shall nnizzlo the animal
or animals from the 16th day of
June to the 15th of September
each year, so as to ollectually
prevent it or them from biting
persons or animals. The said
muzzle shall be of wire design,
and shall at all times bo proper
ly adjusted so 113 to cover the
(log's nose, mouth and head, and
fasten around thn neck or to
Section .1. All dogs within
the city of St. Johns, tho own
ers or holders thereof shall
have failed to comply with the
provisions of Section two (2)
of this ordinance shall imme
diately upon the taking eU'ecl of
this ordinance be con lined with
in tho city pound by the pound-
master or any of his deputies.
Section -I. Any person viola
ting any of the provision! of
this ordinance shall upon con
viction thereof in tho Munici
pal Court he punished by a fine
not exceeding Fifty ($fi0.00) Dol
lars or by imprisonment in the
city jail for a period of not ex
ceeding Twonty (20) days, or
both such lino and imprison
ment. Section 5. Whereas, this or
dinance is necessary for tho im
mediate preservation of the pub
lic health, peace and safety of
the city of St. Johns, Oregon, in
this: That several casoH of ra
dios or hydrophobia exialed
within tho city of Portland,
which disease is infectious and
a menace to the people thereof,
and tho emergency of thin ordi
nance is thereforo nocoesary.
Now, therefore, an omorgoney
Is horoby declared and thin ordi
nnnco.shall becomo ofl'ectivo and
In force from and after iU pas
sage by the Council.
Passed by tho council July 22,
Approved by tho Mayor July
Attest: F. A. RICE,
Published in tho St. Johns Re
view July 25, 1913.
It Is resolve by the City of St.
That whfisos, the WMfiMM
are drawn and rc4y for dHv
ery to tho putties entitled to tist
name In the matter of openiaf
and extendi nR Polk street from
the southerly side of iJtwson
street to the northerly Hue of
St. Johns Height Addition, ft
shown in the condemnation pro
coedings thereof on Ale In the
office of the city recorder, mark
ed "Exhibit A."
Now, therefore, be it resolved
that said Polk street, from the
northerly Bide line of St Johns
Height Addition- to the souther
ly line of Dawaon street, with
the boundaries thereof as pre
pared and designated by the ally
engineer s protiie, and adopted
by the Council, as shown by
Ordinance No. KM. the same be
and it is hereby declared to be
public street and highway, and
to be opened and established
according to such plans and
And tho city engineer is here
by directed to prepare ami file
for record in the office of the
County Clerk of Multnomah
county, state of Orenon, a oopy
of this resolution, and an auou-
rale, pint of said street and pixii).
erty so appropriated for Mild
Adopted on this 22nd day of
July, A. I).. 1918.
fit at DANniwIatt
Published in tho SU Johns U
viuw July 3c, 1018.
Coming for two days only
August 1st and 2nd- John Run
yon's famous colored picture,
'Tho Pilgrim's Progress" in
four reels, with lecturer and apo
dal musical ellocts. No raise in
price- 10 cents.
Rev. W. S. Plowman has re
signed the pastorato of tho
Evamrelical church owing to the
fact that ho was compelled to
personally take charge of a bus
iness in Portland which came to
him through a loan of money
which he made, and in order to
recover ho had to assume charge.
The congregation and friends
here were most loath to have
him go. and his departure is re
gretted by all. As a ministor
and citizen he well liked by all.
His address is 938 East Morrison
street, Portland. Rev, J. A.
Good1 of Lents will fill tho va
cancy, and he will move bore
about tho first of August.
The one best, most ofliciont
and simblest method of photogra
phy is the EASTMAN all by day
light methods. Curriif says so.
It la reiKilvrtl by the City of 81. Johns,
Tuat it lecm it esptliNt ami uacaa
nary ti improve Crawford atrtat from
llio South Una of PitUrwrtf
ilwl lo the nurtbarly line of BurliMgton
ttrri in me city m m. joanatn tna
followiiiK tuaiinrr, to wit:
Hv KtuiluiK aaiil portion of atrwat to
Hrili- or Mil Krailv to l eatabliahed.
ml by la lug a ill foot crtuanl aide,
walk rniil a twelve foot cement sarb
on bulb ! uf ail ttreet treat aoBth
tide line uf I'ttUburg at reel to the nortn
Me line of Hlvui afreet, and two oetnent
conwn 12x12 feet, one on northeast cor
ner of Salem and Crawford atreeta and
uttr on the tout brail corner of Ma law Md
Crawford klreeta; and laying a Standard
Contrvte pavement between ine cure
Una from lite aouth line of HttaburR
street to the north line of BurliaatoB
Work to be done arcordlna tu the
plan ami pecilicalMui of the city eaat
ueer on ale ia the oAk of wa
city rerordrr relative thereto,
which Mill plana and apactflcatiaaa
ami efttlutatca are satisfactory and are
hereby approved. Kaid iniproveaaNtta
tu be mode in avcurdunre with the
charter and ordinance of the city of
St, Johns, and under the supervision
and direction of I lie city engineer.
That the cot of said improvement to lie
aaecMed a provided by the
city cliartvr upon the property eepecially
and tatrticuUrU benefitted thereby, aad
which is hereby declared to be ail of )ota
Krta of lots, tWk ami parccla el land
tweeu the termini of such Impeo va
lue ut abutting upon, adjacent or pro;
imate to said street from the
uiargiual liuea of as Id street bask to the
center of the block or blocks or tracts of
laud abutting tberaou or pfoaiatata
That all the property iucludad ia aaid
improvement district aforesaid ia bare by
declared to lie Uoeal luiprovaOMat
diatiict No. 108.
That the city cuginaar'a aaatsaahtat af
the probable total cost of said inprova
meut of aaid street Is fStBaUO.
That the coat of aaid atreet he
assessed against the propsrt'
iu said loaal assessment diatrict as pr
vided bv the charter of the city of
Adopted by the council this KM day of
H. A. RICK.
published iu the St. lohus Review
Juty 86 aud AuKiist 1st, 1918.
St. Johns Furniture
Gus Salmond, Mgr.
New and Second
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
Remember there is not Inns;
spared to make our treacriiu'n
dujmrtment the BEST it. -
jmrtioular. Our ejuvkinu .n t
labeUnif system absol u t ! ) .
voitts any mistake.-.. Jii'Hi 1
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horo. Currina lor Drug?).