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A 10 YEAR
Goes with these dependable, High
Grade, Low Priced Sewing Machines.
Favorite, Plain Oak. . .if 18,00
Improved Melville, Auto
matic Drop $22,50
Improved Melville Gunr
anteed Oak Frame,
Automatic Drop. $27,00
Zenith, Automatic Ten
sion, 5 Drawers
Quarter Oak $jo. 15
Zenith Cabinet Machine
teed 0.tk. $3ft.oo
Complete Home Furnishings
CASH OR CREDIT
A Real Baby Carriage
Trial" FVllrlc: Not ono llcm ilint could
Aim. a UIUO miljtc ,n,y ,noro C0.
forlnblc 11 incdficcd to moke lliii it folding cur
ridge. On (ho contrary, thii ii Ilia only bnby
cartlofio with n rp'inrt ndjmlnMe to bnby ' Incrcaio
In weight and the Sldway Guaranteed Folding
Baby Carriaco lini mora room (or pillows nnd
nullti and for liuby to movo tibout limn n full ilzc
Pullman Stationary Carriage.
Best fof Bnby nnd Best to Buy
UntenJItlonalty Cuarunl fit for Two nr
If any part wean out or brcnki In two yenri,
It will bo replaced frca of chnrga by tlio
mnlaTi.Tho Sldway Mercnntllo Co.. IOIR
14th St, Elkhart, tnd. Call at the local
dealer nnd co lite real rubber llrei, special
II... IJ.I..H -M I I '.
jmlablo ipring and oilier fcaluro.
The Store of Style:
Combining Style, Comfort and liconotny, are now .shown ;tt the
EASTERN on very Kasy and Convenient Terms.
Men's ami Young Men's Summer Suits in the newest models,
Fabrics and Colors, made and trimmd to give absolute satisfact
ion in wear and in shape retaining. Price upward from
New Hats in Straw and Felts, Pretty Shades and Colors,
Fancy and Plain Hows
$3.00 and $2.00
Summer Hose in all Popular Colors, Good atid
Strong, 6 Pair for
Wash Tics, Pleasing Patterns nnd Colors, very
From now on we will give Peoples' Brown Trading Stamps
with all weekly or monthly payments made at our office. Open
an account with us and get Trading Stamps. Your Credit is
Good with us, you can Remit Weekly or Monthly.
405 Washington St Cor. lOili, Portland, Ore,
;The Store of Service;
Notice CHEAP WOOD
Beginning Friday, Alay 22, 1914
Until Further Notice, the St. Johus Lumber Company
will deliver its fine sixteen-iuch stove wood within the following
named districts at reduced prices:
St. Johns, South to S. P. & S. Railroad Cut $2.50 per Load
S. P. & S. Railroad Cut to Chataaua Boul. 2.75 per Load
. Chataqua Boul. to Ainsworth & Boston Sts. 3.0O per Load
4 St. Johns Lumber Company
Cor. Burlington & Bradford Sts. St. Johns, Ore n
" Pacific Telephone Columbia 131 Home Telephone C 1 101.
A false alarm of lira wns turn-
ed in Sunday evening.
The Christian Science subject
tor Bunday, July 5: "God."
Rumors of several new indus
trial plants for St. Johns are be
Dr. B. F. Rambo and family
have returned from a brief so
journ at Bar View.
A fine bnbv bov arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clins.
Muck Saturday morning.
All kinds of draying. Phone
Columbfa 72 Gatton's Transfer,
iui jersey street. adv.
Miss Eva Clark left Mondav
to take up a special teacher's
summer course of instruction at
Strictly sanitary. Gilmore's Hah and game laws do not
barber shop. adv. protect the sucker.
Berry crates and boxes for Last year's hot weather advice
sale. Portland Manufacturing is just its good as ever.
r- i . r tiii 1 . "I
uo., loot 01 uic.rn.uiu, Biroui. Man roiloge8an(i the ju,y
rtcture iraming none at i-ortiatui nxes the amount of damages,
nriccs nt H. F.Clark's, the ftinil. ... . , .. . . .
, ' a,k. wanted Housework by Hay;
turc,nnn' A(,v no laundry. Leave word at this
An electric massage, only one oiiico
a l I m
ueninmin sncnardson and
mother of Catlin, Wash., were
guests at the homelof Mr. mu
Mrs. A. W Markle Simdav.
J. E. ranch hn ticen reelected
acnooi L-ieru tor the ensuing
year, ana i p. Drinker con
tinues as President of the Board
Buy yourself an Ansco Camera.
and enjoy some of the pleasures
tins great country atlords. You
cannot miss it with an Ansco.
Ansco Cameras and Cyko Papers
at 1110 bt. Johns Pharmacy, at:
A line of typewriter ribbons.
both narrow and wide, has just
been received at the ueview
office; GOc each. Also carbon
paper at two sheets for live
(Jims. Senium, the expert
local florist, brought an exhibit
of the finest roses we believe
we ever saw to the Review office
Saturday. Few people under
stand the culture of roses better
than Mr. Schaulf.
A scries of articles dwelling
upon the mail order house evil,
written by David Powell, will
appear in the Review, beginning
with this issue. Wo behove our
readers will find them entertain
ing as well as instructive.
Tlio Secretary of the Interior
ins designated a tract of 281.000
acres of land in Oregon for entry
under the enlarged homestead
law. most 01 these lands no in
the Deschutes and John Day
Tito Sunday's Journal contain
ed a picture of Miss Clarissa
Wilson of the St. JoIiiih High
school, who was ono of tlio prize
winners in the scientilic tern
poranco essay contest recently.
Chester Hays, of the St. Johns
Grammar, School, was also a prize
Fire broke out in tho Central
school building during the noon
hourluesday. How it onginn
ted is a mystery, but the flames
wero subdued by Janitor Clark
and Prof. Boyd before any sor
ious damago was dono. through
the instrumentality of a couplo of
Hancock tiro extiwru 8 hers be
longing to the school.
The first freight vessel to bo
towed through tho Panama Cannl
was theuraco liner. Santa Clara.
carrying a cargo of Pacific Coast
products, 1)0 per cent of which
was loaded at Portland, nearly
all of which will bo discharged at
Now York I ho vesse is com-
imratively new, this being her
third trip to the Pacific Coast.
It has been suggested that tho
work of kooping tho city as
clean of weeds and other obnox
ious vegetation as possible be
turned over to tho school chil
dren, with proper payment for
tho work accomplished. Tho
plan might prove a good one.
It would certainly develono an
interest on tho part of the
younger generation to make tho
city as attractive as possible.
One of the prominent features
of tho Salem Cherry Fair, to bo
leld June 2o-2G-27. w bo an
electrical parade the last night
of the show. There will be ten
floats it line, all gorgeously dec
orated and illuminated. Another
interesting feature will be a
street dance led by King Bing
and Queen Ann nnd which will
bo participated in by the Cher
rians and the Royal Rosarians of
The Michigan Society will hold
a picnic at Tho Oaks tomorrow.
They will meet at the corner of
First and Alder streets, Port
land, at ono o'clock p. m., and
proceed to tho picnic grounds
by special car. All Michigand
ers and their friends, also mem
bers of other state societies are
invited to go along. It is in
cumbent upon all, however, to
take baskets with them. The
picnic lunch will be served at
G p. m.
The Progressive Study Club
met June 18th at tho home of
Mrs. J. Ei Brooks, 1211 Dawson
street. Mrs. E. O'Hara gave a
very interesting talk on the sub
ject. "The New Earth." After
study they had a spelling and
drawing contest, which made
lots of amusement. Mrs. Thyng
won a prize as the best speller,
and Mrs. Reed as the best artist.
Later delicious refreshments
were served by the hostess and
Mrs. O'Hara, and all went homo
feeling glad they had come.
in town. Gilmore's barber shop.
Want a drayman? Call Col
umbia 72 Gatton's Transfer.
104 Jersey street. adv
An excellent line of Phono
graph Records at Tho St. Johns
Pharmacy. Dance Records of
It's against the mosduilo'a
principles to bite twice in the
For Sale Four outside corner
show eases at a barirain. For
lurther tmrticu ats mmiiro iii
Much self restraint is required
all the latest and popular dances, to keep from scratching a iuoh-
adv. quito "bite" when it itches, and
Call Columbia 72 for furniture Ulnt 13 ncarly 1,11 the t,me
It is rumored that a artre hotel
will be erected on Willamette
boulevard near the North Bank
cut this Fall.
I he Sweet Pea Show. School
Garden and Industrial exhibition
to be held in tho rink July 10
aim 11 is progressing in excel
On account of the high cost of
living. England mnv decide to
discontinue the practice of forc
ing food down the throats of the
The big dredger Chinook has
gone back to the mouth of the
Columbia for service, after her
capacity for work has been
moving - uattoivs iransier;
work guaranteed. adv.
Sherman uociiran. Jr., had an
operation for adenoids and en
larged tonsils Sunday and is
Alex S. Scales was a delegate
to the Oregon State Merchants'
Association meet held in La
Grande this week.
Some men who are regular
dare devils around homo become
as meek as a tamo rabbit after
they have slammed the door
from the outside.
Notice- Willamette Aerie No.
1558 F. O. E. will meet on the
2nd and dth Tuesday evenings largely increased.
-uT'S q l'n'1' Hoy Itanl--Seven room .house,
Auto for hire by day. hour or Jjlock from car lino: $10 per
trip, at very reasonable rales, month. Apply to J. Ii. Hiller,
Good opportunity for parties of secretary Commercial club, Hoi
four or less to make a trin into urook building.
ll A t t I
ine couiury ai a low price.- 11. t,. oi. n iik.io r..i
t ui.i.i...f (iniiu :i 1 I " w"v iviik Jill,
iw. muuroi.uuyi'usHunuuiism'ei. 1 ,.,., im.l ui, mvnlkiwl u.,
Dressmaking at reasonable $0. five thoroughbred Hull Or
prices and satisfaction guaran- pmgton chickens and rooster,
teed: special prices on children's averaged tour eggs a day lor six
clothes.- Mrs. C. W. Dunagan, months. Inquire 200 N. Ivan-
10!) North Jersey street, opposite Hoe street.
jusuiiiieu. .my. ior saio untco ltirnituro. in
The electric parade at the Mding leather couch and chair,
llnmi KnnMvnl will I10 iMtirndiwnd (ICSk, CtC, alHO household fumi-
the ovening of Julv Fourth in ' firat class condition, in-
Porthmd under tho ausnieos of eluding some fine rugs. Call
the Portland Ad Club. F!ri. 109 W. Burr street; phone Col
works and other attractions will "' dv.
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add to the jollification. A. C. Geslor of Centralia.
Now is your chance, just for W"v Wl!?.w welcome vlultor to
an advertisement for one month s' P')s 11118 lie reports
-nflvo room house w red for conditions rather slow in his
electric lights, with one of the locality, ami Del eves t ines are
atosL Brass C m n Fixtures, uh good r hotter in St. Johns as
other rooms with plain (Irons, all ".v other place in tho North
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for Sift, tl hiirwni'f 111 nmiini'.
It's A Wise Woman
h' uit- a little mom-) itt the
vuiiig bunk rrtulnrly. No
unman cm tell ulrn nlu-'U
lire,! mmi-y frettv lw,y. The
lVinimih Saving Hank lmt
tunny women among It i)ikm
tor. Why not jirove your
thrift nml wltwlntn hy becoming
one of them.
PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK
Oldest Bank on the
Pktku Autzkn, Pres.
John N. Km.itrsuN, Cash.
lion. It will pay you to call at
1)10 N. JIaycs street, st. Johns.
Preliminary work has actually
begun on the now plant ot the
Western Cooperage Company
just north of tho North Bank
railroad bridge, and any one
doubting that the plant is actual-
to bo built should make a visit
- I'm l"BWia7' any little error or replace any
ub Stinday afternoon against 8 that mv nol wnlI .ey Bnl, .
.athlamet. Although Whitstone cl01.y, Tho Su Mm
bo," ni , ' : 1 1 correapondonco invited. A. C.
, on Monday evening. Juno fienorJ, Agency, 707 Gum and
u": p'umi Qrh0, l)ub,,,c is Electric buOding, Denver, Colo.,
dly invited. Seats are free. m. (1U) Pholnn buildim. Sum
St. Johns' best base ball bat
tory Whitstono and Kay Poll
played with the Ulatskaiuo
struck out fifteen batter, the
attor club won by a score of 5
to 1, owing to costly error on
tho part of tho Clatskanie team.
Rev. J. E. Andrews of San
?rnncisco will dellvor a lecture.
Tho Bible Vorsus Christian
Science." at Bicknor Hall. St,
Silver offering taken at tho door.
(ev. Andrews has been endorsed
uy prominont ciorgymon and
educators everywhere, and this
ecturo has recoivod much fnvor-
able comment wherevor (le
A state refuge or prosorvo has
boon located beginning just
north of tho Monarch lumber
mills on the Slough nnd running
southoast for a couple of miloe
or more, iiayuon island oemg
included in the tract, It is un-
awful for any ono to do any
shooting whatever in the pres
erve, tho penalty being a mini
mum fine of 50. I our game
Tho Evangelical Choir will
give a la'cital Tuesday night in
Bickncr hall. An excellent pro
gram 01 solos, duels, quartets,
pantomimes, comic readings and
otherwise. Space forbids a full
program. Admission 10 and 25
Not only can you save money
by purchasing of us, but you
have tho benefit of free delivery:
also you patronizo your neighbor
who is always roady to rectify
Six per cent Farm and City
Loans may bo obtained to reimy
mortgages, remove encum
brances, purchase or improve
real estate, from one to ton
yoars' time. Special privilege;
or mu i'heian nuiiding, ban
Francisco, Calif. adv.
Rev, Edward A. Paddock of
Weiser, Idaho, i a guunt at the
home of Marion Johnston, on
South Jersey street. Rev. Pad
dock is tho leading spirit in tho
Idaho Industrial Institute, and
it was largely through his oil'orta
that the Institute was oroetod.
He is chairman of tho Board of
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLD
ERS.- A stockholders' meeting
of tho Equal Rights Company
,vill bo held in the I. O. O. F.
hall, St. Johns, at 7:80 p. m.
July 18th. for tho purposo of
P. C. Knai'1', Vice Pres.
S. L. DontK, Ass'i Cmli.
hai ktv ixtpimir vxrt.'i-. iik Kt:xr
fctw CBMBrruBXio iwimwwiw tWhtvcaTggt n nurnm.vts iwraCTarmai ana uhbi
FOR FUN AND REST
Daily Seashore Limited, S:30 A. M.
Saturday Special, 2:00 P. M.
$3.00 for Saturday to Monday
Tickets, $4.O0 for the Season
From Portland, Ask for Outing- Folder.
CORN 12 LL, Agent,
East St. Johns, Ore
K. II. CROZ1EH, A. G. P. A.
co cno eO e0 r0 c3 cO cO c3 co cO cO c43 csQ eo t'O
Corona Club Entertains : M. E. Church Notes
deputies will patrol tho preserve oarning tho wishosot tho stock
almost constantly. Notices are holders rogarding the businoss
beino- posted th s week warn nor ol the company, luvory siock
holdor is oarncstly requosted to
bo prosent.- A, Portor, Secretary.
The St. Johns Pharmacy base
ball club defeated tho Powers
Furniture Company club of Port-
and in an interesting game Sun
day aftornoon on tlio Hill
grounds. Tho real feature of
was InirJoy Loo's home
two men on bases. The
score was 7 to u in tlio locals
favor. Tho Pharmacy club has
mado a splendid record so far this
year, losing only ono game.
TO THE PUBLIC OF ST.
JOHNS- Drs. Brown and Har
rington, veterinary surgeons of
Portland, have opened up an
office and hospital at 203 Jersoy
street, with Dr. J. N. Grant in
charge, and will carry a com
plete line of Drs. Brown and
Harrington's standard voterin-
available for instruction and ?.ry mlc '"? Hopmir thepub.
lie ui oi. joiuib iwm viuuiuy win
patronize their home veterinary,
we beg to remain, yours respect
fully, Dr. J. N. urant. Dr. D.
W. Brown. Dr. W. E. Harrison.
If you are thinking of having
your house wired tor electric
lights, call at 1)10 N. Hayos
street, St. Johns. Satisfaction
fixtures made to
all people not to shoot there.
The Grade Teachers' Associa
tion gave a reception for the
school board, supervisors and
teachers last Monday evening at
the library. The lecture hall
was beautifully decorated with
pink and white roses. After a
splendid program, a dainty lunch W , '
was served by several charming ne K"m.
young ladies of tho Association. nm NV 'V.1
Several guests were out from
ortland. The school board and
wives were made very conspic
uous throughout the evening by
their absence. Reporter.
The school board is consider
ing the advisability of installing
a commercial course in the
schools, which will include type
writing, stenography, penman
ship, orthography, etc. Night
sessions will likely be held if
the course is added, Funds are
equipment necessary without
ncreasmg taxation. Ample
funds are available for instruc
tion expenses from state ap
propriation, and for equipment
there is plenty of money in tho
ames John fund for that pur
pose, ine innovation would no
hailed with a great deal of ap
preciation by many young people guaranteed;
in si. jonns, oruur.
Tho Corona Club entertained
the Alumni of Room 15 on Wed
nesday evening. Plans had been
made for an open air reception
at the home of Miaa Frances
Miller, but 011 account of the in
clemency of the weather. City
Superintendent C. II. Boyd very
kindly granted the use or ine
Central School assembly hull.
Clinim and table were arranged
and ine iihii artistically decorated
with cedar bougliB. ilowern and
plants, and gaily festooned with
streamers of rose and gold, while
everywhere' tin pennants gave a
classic finish. Admission to the
hall was obtained by reniK'ttivo
class secret signs and pass
words. Those present from the
Owl Club graduating class of
June, 1012, were Lthel Arm
strong, Mal?l Hon man n. Kay
Brown, Esther Carlson, Hoy
Coll'ee. Pearl Evans. Ethel Iluf-
ford. George HulTord, Hanoi
Johnson, Oron Lear, Ruth Me-
Grcgor, Ruth Nelson, Homer
Plaskel, A undent- .oye. Ariine
Shaw, Carl Smith, Bertil Sund
strom, Althea Toole, Wesley
Wrinkle and Delia Young
twenty out of thirty-four.
Those answering "Present"
to the roll call of tho Satellite
Society graduating class of Feb
ruary, 1013, wore Walter An
drews. Bern ice Hrownly, Flor
ence Davis, Ivan Faber, Hon its
Henry, Droit J .arson, Marleta
Miller, Minnie Miller, Uln Mur
phey. Minnit Nolen, Frank
Palmer, Mildred Pofl', Margaret
Rassi, Marshall Shaw. Clyde
Thayt-r. Flavius West- only four
missing, they having moved from
the city or state.
When the Star Society respond
ed to their names there were
nine present and five missing in
the June, 1018, class: Irvin
Gromachey, Otis Hays, Rosa
Jannsen, Lowell Miller, lister
Ogden, Clara Pyeatt, Alta Smith.
Margaret Thurmond, Helen
The Busy Bees graduatig class
of February. 1014, had the best
per cent of attendance. Those
present were Mamie French,
Mildred I origins, Wyelh Jay ne.
Flossie Lotson, Marie Marcy,
Elizabeth Moe, Graham Moxon,
Minnie Nelson, Gladys Stark,
Burt Willeford, Clarice Wilson.
Of course the Corona Club was
there in full force of forty mem
bers strong. Although no form
al program had been arranged,
evory one was happy to meet
once more his old classmates,
and the time was spent talking
about old times.
An immense jar of punch and
nearly ten pounds of fancy cook
ies, purchased with the Corona
Bazaar money, served as re
freshments. Every ono went home happy,
thanking the Corona Club for
making possible this grand r
Where shall I gel my ludrmtt?
At Gilmore's harW ahoy. adv.
Note the label on your pfer.
The Oregon Conference Wo
man's Home Missionary Society
Annual Convention is 111 session
at Albany this week. Mrs. Dr.
Brown, Mrs. Dr. Cook and Mi's.
A. B. Olson from this church
are in attendance.
Dr. J. W. McDougal, Diilriet
Superintendent of the Portland
District of the Oregon Confer
ence, will occupy the pulpit and
preach next Sunday morning,
June2Hth,at 11 o'clock; come and
Tho Third quarter confereneo
for this church for the present
conference year will lake place
next Tuesday evening, June
30th. at X o'clock. Dr. Ho
Dougal will lw present to pre
side. U'l all memlwrs of tho
Conference be ready with their
Mi's. Myrtle Weeks ha gone
to California for her summer
vacation and hor Sunday school
class will be taught by Mrs. Lulu
Mr. Jay Cummins was elected
Assistant Superintendent of
Sunday School last Sunday to
serve in the place of Mr. Thurt
tin who has gone on his vaeation
to visit his old home in New
York: he will return July 15th.
Services next Sunday as fol
low: Sunday School 0:50 A. hi.
Preaching II. Junior league Q
P. M. Senior League 7. Eve
ning preaching M o'clock.--Reporter.
The Commencement exercises
were held in the High School
auditorium last evening, before
a largo and appreciative au
dience. The following was the
Processional. Morn rise.
Soldiers' Chorus. Faust, (luon-
od; Sextette from Lucia, Donizetti-
High School Chorus.
Commencement Address Dr.
Kerr, President Oregoi Agricul
Italia from Lucrexia, Donisettl
High School Chorus.
Presentation of Diplomas F,
P. Drinker, President of School
Laughter of May, La Corne
ll igh School Chorus.
BRNHIMTS LOCAL PUOPLIi
St. Johns' iwople have discovered
tlwt A SIXGI.K DOSU of sinipte
buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc., ts
compounded in Adler-l-kft, the
German appendicitis remedy, re
moves gas oa the stomach and coa-
Klipftllou AT ONCK. Bt Johns
rules at Rouen, 306