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CREDIT FURNITURE OFFICE
Put Money In
If you encourage your local merchant by
giving him a fair chance to supply your
needs, you will be surprised how liis stock
will improve and his store be enlarged. He
must needs employ more help, rent more
space and in a score of different ways dis
tribute money around town.
That is one way to build St. Johns and inci
dentally of putting value into your own
LOOK AT THESE RUGS
We're showing a grent big assortment, prices reduced. There nre room size rugs that
like. We hnve them in varying grades of Velvet Body Brussells, Axminster and Tapestry.
The designs are in oriental and floral.
Body Brussels Rug 9x12, $29.70
Hcavv, durable, all wool, in attractive
patterns in colorings to match.
Axminster Rug 9x12, $28.80
Long wearing rugs in all the p.ttterus of
high priced Wilton rugs,
Axminster Rug 9x12, $26.10
Axminster Rug 9x12, $22.50
Wilton Velvet Rug 9x12, $19.90
Seamless rugs in select blending of colors
and catchy designs.
Seamless Heavy Tapestry Rug
These tapestry rugs will stand no end
Durable Tapestry Rug 9x12, $15.30
will just make any room cozy and home
There arc many patterns in each grade.
Good Tapestry Rug 9x12, $1 1.75
Argylc Wool Fibre Rug 9x1 2,$ 10.80
Wool Ingrain Rug 9x12, $10.80
6x9 to 9x12, very low
Axminster, Tapestry, Fibre Rugs
8 ft. 3 in. by 10 ft. 0 in. Very low.
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Small, Handy Rugs
We have these handy rugs in attractive
sixes and neat patterns. The size.? range
from 37x5 inches to 36x73 inches
These quite necessary rugs come in dif
ferent patterns, shades and sizes. We
can furnish just what you want
Japanese and Chinese Matting, many de
signs, different grades. The yard I7,'4c
to 35 cents.
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j Get an electric head treatment or
massuge at Gilmore's Barber Shop.
f 1 There tiro snid to be several
These September duysaro most cases of typhoid fever in St.
beautiful and delightful. Johns.
Empty houses in St. Johns are
getting most difficult to find.
B. F. Day is having a neat
garage built at his homo on Wil-,
E. J. Hradsford and family of
Portland have moved to North
I vanhoo street. ;
R. McKinney, formerly chief
of police in St. Johns, has moved
with his family to Maryland av
Thad. T. Parker spent a few j
hours in St. Johns Monday. Ho,
contemplates removing back to
St. Johns in the near future.
The Business Men's base ball
club defeated the West Portland
club Sunday afternoon by a score
of G to 0. The game was played
at the grounds of the latter.
W. M. Hoiser.wifo and daugh
ter of Kansas have been tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Wilson on South Hayes street'
during the past week. They may
decide to make their home in
Most all of the local hop pick
ers have returned, and in most
instances report too many pick
ers in the field, reducing tho
time allowed each picker to such
a minimum that there was no
money in it. The outing, how
ever, was mucli enjoyed.
We understand that Paul
Kretch of Astoria is preparing to
build a store building 25x60 in
size, of brick and tile construc
tion, work upon which will com
mence in a few days. The struc
ture will be erected on Jersey
street, near Chicago.
The Multnomah County Fair,
which is to be held at Gresham
September 16-20, is said will be
one of the best ever held in the
county. A large attendance is
expected every day during the
Benj. F. Atherton and Char
lotte Belle Griffith of Portland
were married at Vancouver,
Wash., September 9th, by Rev.
H. S. Templeton, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church. Mr.
and Mrs. Atherton intend to
make their home in St. Johns, as
they are in business here.
Evangelical Church- -Sunday
School 10 a. m. A representa
tive of the Louise Home in Port
land will deliver an address in
the interest of the Home at 11
a. m. Junior C. E. 6 p. m. K.
L. C. E. 7 p. m. Preaching 8 p.
m., theme, "The First Wireless
Message. ' ' Prayer meeting 8 p.
203 S. Jersey Street
Lost--Chapel chain with elk
tooth and small elk head at
tached. Return to Currins for
A. M. Esson. formerly city at
torney of St. Johns, is now lo
cated with his family at Los
Congregational Church Sun-1
day School 10 a.m.; preaching
11 a. 111. and 8 p. m. ; C. E. nt 7
p. m. Prayermeeting Wednes-,
day at 0 p. 111.
The members of the Eastern
Star banqueted the Masons and !
their friends in a delightful
manner in Bickner Hall Tuesday
Secretary of the Commercial
Club, J. E. Hiller, was number
ed among the attendants at the
Pendleton Roundup last week.
He reports a splendid time and
the show well worth the money.
Will anyone knowing tho pres
ent address of James Leo Adams,
who formerly lived opposite the
postofiice, communicate with G.
S. Wright, 4524 E. 45th street,
Portland. He has valuable in
formation for him.
A meeting of Sons of Veterans
will be held at tho residence of
B. H. Miller, 1177 Denver ave
nue, Portland, Friday evening,
September 19th, at 8 p. m for
the purpose of reorganization
and election of officers. All Sons,
whether members or not, are re
quested to be present.
Miss Julia C. Lathrop of the
Children's Bureau of Washing
ton declares that 300.000 babies
less than one year old died last
year in this country and she adds
that it has been authoritively
ascertained that at least half of
these deaths were needless.
The Bureau points out that prac
tically all of the deaths of small
children are due to condition ex
isting before birth, or injury or
accident at birth.
A delightful reception was
given in honor of Dr. J. Vinton
Scott and his bride at the beau
tiful Scott home, 611 Leavitt
street, Thursday evening of last
week. Guests numbering far
over the 100 mark were in at
tendance to congratulate the
happy young couple and become
acquainted with the bride, who
had came from New Orleans
with her husband that day.
Many handsome and costly pres
ents were received by the bride
and groom. Music, recitations
and delicious refreshments add
ed to the enjoyment of the occasion.
Call up Columbia 92
Tyiewriter ribbons for sale at
this office; 50 cents each.
Bible School Rally Day i
Sunday, October 5th
High School Auditorium
March from church building
at 9 45 n. in.
Special Kxcrciscs In High
School at 10 a. in.
Orchestra Music, Special Songs
Come I He One, Hring One!
500 Others Iixpcctcd
Church of Christ
n u. . w.-l. pi 1 A.l--l 1
I corner new ion ai. inu ucnirai aicnue
o m Bin 1
A lino of typewriter ribbons,
both narrow and wide, lias just
been received at tho Koview
ollice; 50c each. Also carbon
paper at two sheets for five
The St. Johns Pharmacy
Just received a fresh supply of
the most popular candy line on the market
Phonographs and Records
Remember we carry the only stock In town; see us
for prices and terms before you buy; a large list of
the latest records always on hand. Call for catalogue
We carry a complete line of School Supplies, Office
Supplies, Blank Books, Bill Heads, Typewriting Pa
per, Time Books, Memos, etc.
Our stock is the largest and most varied of any Drug
Store on the Peninsula. Patent Medicines and Toilet
Articles sold at Cut Rates.
Ansco Cameras and Films
The St. Johns Pharmacy
M. Lindkoirst has moved his
family to 312 E. Leavitt street.
W. T. Ford has purchased the
Peninsula Pressing Parlors at
403 S. Jersey Street.
A. Clark and family of Idaho
have taken up their residence at
wo uresham street.
E. W. Hawson has returned
from an extended business trip
Frank Morgan, wife and son,
former residents of St. Johns,
but now located in Idaho, are
Visiting in the city at present.
Rev. Body of tho Free Metho
dist church at Montavilla, deliv
ered a splendid sermon at the lo
cal Free Methodist church Tues
James Kennedy and Thomas
McNichols have purchased the
Lombard Dye Works from A. K.
Vasncc at University Park.
Eftcland & Co. of Portland
are opening up a general mer
chandise store in the Bickner
building on North Jersey, form
erly occupied by Clark's novelty
The latest game to be intro
duced in town, says an exchange,
s called "Conversion." it is
played by two the most success
fully, a lady and a gentleman
sitting side by side. The lady is
called Christianity and the gent
a heathen. As the game pro
gresses and after a few well
directed preliminary passes the
heathen embraces Christianity.
Those who have played it say it
is an intensely interesting game.
Members of the Knights of
Pvthias journeyed to Oregon
City Wednesday evening by auto
and paid the Lodge at that place
a fraternal visit. The Knights
ronort a most delightful time
and are greatly pleased with the
reception accorded them ny the
Oregon City brethren, in which
sumptuous banquet played a
The largest cargo of lumber
ever set alloat in the world was
that of the Pacific Mail Stonin
Hliin Aliroa. which left Portland
September 8th for Sydney, she
having aboard more than (,uuu,-
000 feet of lumber. The cargo
is one million feet in excess of
. 1 utiii
any other leaving tne Willam
ette or Columbia rivers or any
port on tho Pacific Coast. I he
value of this cargo is estimated
at approximately $100,000.
Picture framing done nt Portland
prices nt II. I. Clark's, the fund
litre man. tf
For Sale- Small chicken house.
90 feet of six foot wire fencing.
Phone Columbia -1 1 12.
Currin savs: There is Homo-
thing you need listed on our
Green Stamp Circular this month
carrying extra stamp value.
Lost- Pension certificate in
onvelope. Finder please return
to 115 Orosluun street.
For Sale- Toam, niaro and
horse, weight of toam 2(100, age
7 and 8 years. Inquire 801 N.
Currin says: livery time is a
good time to KODAK. Lotus
show you how freo of charge.
Wanted to Trade- Team of
good young horses for St. Johns
property, bee Unas, bngort, hm
North Jersey street.
Comnaro tho sizo of the pack
ages of QUALITY household
drugs that you buy here with
thoso bought elsewhere and note
the difi'orence. It pays to got
your household drugs from us.
QUALITY and FULL WEIGHT.
- Currins for Drugs.
Ladies wear your own hair.
Bring your combings, Work and
prices that will jiloase you. Mrs.
P. Hill, 018 N. Jersey.
The St. Johns Cleaning and
Pressing Parlors, '109 North Jor
sey street, does first class work.
Work called for and delivered
promptly. Phono Columbia 5f(.
Pirst Christian Science Society
Sundays 1 1 a. in., Wednesdays at 8
p. m. Reading room open on Tubs.
Tiiurs. and Sat. from 2 to 4 p. 111.
All cordially invited to the services
and reading room. Subject Suiidav:
This year wo will have a larg
er line of school supplies than
ever before and will also carry
all books that are required in
tho local schools.- Currins for
Privute tutoring in Grammar
School. High School or Civil Ser
vice Branches. Book-keeping,
Shorthand or Commercial Studios
taught in your own town. Ad
dress 722 Polk street for appoint
Currin says: Whon you want
candy out of the ordinary, candy
that has a delicious lingering
taste, then come to us. Wo have
nothing but tho finest. Not tho
cheapest, but the best.
For Sale 75 one year old
chickens at 70 cents each. Call
812 Willamette boulevard, north.
We are always on tho lookout
for tho best for our customers, so
have added tho famous DHUNA
line of household remedies to our
stock. They each and every one
have a money back guarantee
wit! them. Currins for Drugs.
n..t nr u ni
ran ui iuui salary
should be put iu the batik
each week, and you will find,
having once acquired the sav
ing habit, how quickly the
money accumulates, livery
man who has to make his own
way in the world and every
woman wage earner--should
open an account in the Pen
insula National bank.
PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK
Oldest Bank on the Peninsula
1'i'THK Avtzhv, Pres. P. C. K.VAi'f, Vice Pres.
John N. Kih.hi-shn, Cash. S. L. Down, Ass't Cash.
TH1Q mi IP AM good for 10 Extra S.
WUI Wl1 &.H. Greon
Stamps on a 50c purchase.
CURRIN'S for DRUGS
The Teacher and Pupil
in tin address before the
teachers of Altoona this week
City Superintendant Bnish said:
"I hone every child who attends
school during the coming term
will be made to feel that his
teacher is one of his best friends
and his school a place of sympa
thy and lioipiuinoss."
That statement is worthy of
consideration by every teacher
in the country. The children
who attend the schools are hu
man beings. They are suscepti
ble to training which will make
of them useful citizens, and that
training can best be given by
the teacher who plans her work
with the determination to give
tho best nossible service. Chil
dren are to be regarded as chil
dren, not as adults possessed of
good judgment, and the wisdom
acquired by experience, and the
teacher should treat the pupil as
a child, not us an adult.
The chi d who returns from
school at the close of the open-
nir tin v mid reports that she
loves her teacher can be brought
to maintain the admiration thru-
out the entire school term if the
toucher deserves the confidence
of the pupil. Tho teacher who
inspires love and esteem is t tie
teacher who will make a success
of her profession and bring forth
a class of capable students. The
teacher who is not loved, but
who is disliked by the pupils of
hor school will nrove a failure as
a teacher and a detriment to the
advancement of the children in
Children who attend school
are entitled to receive an educa
tion that will be beneficial in the
future. If they are denied this
they will bo cheated out of their
rights. It rests with the teach
er whether or not her work shall
bo a fai uro or a success, wheth
er the chiidron shall be educated
or turned out useless and incom
petent, or whether they shall be
moulded into practical citizens
fully equipped to take up In o h
bunions. Tho teacher who is
loved by her pupils is the teach
er who givos full valuo for the
salary sho receives. A toachor
who morits thnt love by her tact
and ability wins much more than
. . 1 1 T 1 . 1 ?
1110 dollars aim conusaiiu rccuivua
in salary. Houtzdalo Citizen.
NOTICE OF SHERIPF'SSALIi
Of Escheat Property
Skating Rink Opens
Chonoweth & Moore, who con-
ducted the skating pavilion on
Jersey street during the past
summer, have leased tho St.
Johns Skating rink on Ivanhoo
stroot. and will possibly bo ready
for business this evening, but
usstirodly Saturday afternoon
and ovoning. In deference to
tho close proximity ot the rink
to the churchoB, the rink will
not be open on Sundays. Tho
proprietors stato that tho rink
will not be incapacitated for
dancing, and that they have a
preparation that will place the
floor in first class condition for
that diversion on very short no
tico and are willing that dances
be hold at least once a week.
The public is assured of first
class management, in which
rowdyism or unbecoming con
duct will not bo tolerated in the
slightest dogree, as was the case
while they conducted the Jersey
street rink, where everything
was orderly and carried on in a
highly satisfactory manner.
No. 41 To E. F. Day to erect
a irarago on Willamette boule
vard between Batimoro and Alta
street: cost 1QQ.
Satisfaction, is the- wordOil
more, the Harbor, adv,
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Multnomah
State of Oregon, Plaintiff, vs.
J. P. Finley, as Administrator
of the estate of F. M. Frasure,
deceased, and all persons who
claim to bo heirs at law or next
of kin of F. M. Frasure, deceas
ed, and all persons claiming an
interest in the estate of said de
By virtue of a judgment order,
decree and order of sale issued
out of the above entitled Court
in the above entitled cause, to
me directed and dated the 2'Jth
day of August, 1913, upon a
judgment rendered and entered
in said Court on the Mth day of
July, 1918. in favor of the Plain-
till, by which judgment it was
ordered, adjudged and decreed
that there was echeated to tho
Stato of Oregon the following
described property, to wit:
Westerly half of Lot Thirteen
(13), Block Two (2), of Willam
ette Boulevard, acres in Mult
nomah County, Oregon; and Lots
Five (B), Six (0). Seven (7).
Fight (8) and Nino (9). Block
Threo (3) of Fortune Place, in
Multnomah County, Oregon,
which said order directed me to
sell the said real property as 011
execution, and out of tho pro
ceeds of such sale to pay all costs
incurred in said cause, and the
expenses of said sale, and to pay
the remainder of the proceeds of
such sale, if any, to the Treas
urer of the Stato of Oregon.
Now, therefore by virtue of
said order, judgment order, de
cree and order of sale and in
compliance with the commands
of said writ, I will, on Monday,
the Rth day of October. 1913. at
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the East
front door of thu County Court
House in Portland, Multnomah
County, Oregon, sell all of the
said real property at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, in accordance with
Section 7370 of Lord's Oregon
Laws, the proceeds of said sale
to be applied as by said order di
rected. T. M. WOW).
Sheriir of Multnomah County,
Dated this 2nd day of Septem
First issue Sept. f, 1913; last
issue Oct. 3, 1913.
Oregon is to have a log build
ing to house its exhibits at tho
Panama-Pacific Exposition. The
design for tho building has been
selocted by tho Oregon Commis
sioners for tiie Oregon building,
which will bo part of the Fair
at San Francisco in 1915. Ten
tative plans prepared by the ar
chitects bIiow a huge log build-
inirof novo design, the building
being so constructed in accord
ance with the wishes of the Com
mission and in keeping with a
pronounced popular demand.
Inasmuch as tho exposition it
solf will not give space to a sep
arate forestry display, it is be
lieved that Oregon can attract
much attention in this novel and
striking manner to one of its
chief industries. This log house
will bo characteristic and a truly
magnificent structure, such us
could be obtained with no other
St. Johns Furniture
Gus Salmond, Mgr.
New and Second
Bought, Sold and Ex
changed For Sale- Bartlett pears and
Italian prunes. L. H. Campbell,
422 E. Leavitt street. Adv.