St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, June 11, 1915, Image 3

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Hand Painted Fancy difna and lobby's Cut Glass
at Half P'rlqe.
Here are large assortments of beautiful decorated
Salad Sobs, 'Fruit Sets, Tea;Cup:'and- Saucers, Sugar
nnd Creamers Cake PlatesSpooh Trays,iChop Dishes,
Olive Dishes, Fancy Salad Bowls, Nut Bowls, Hair
Kccclversi(L'uff Boxes and Cut Glass Dishes of various
Sizes and Shape?.? : ; ' . T 4 1
Ormandy Bros.
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Regular $12.00 Collapsible Gocart,
flic icy Cartp" we have
$1,00 Down -
Key, 750 Matting Lunch Cascs(
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C'Weftnesday, Double Stamp Day
St. Johns Hardware Co.
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Exceptor's Sale of Realty
Notice is horeby given that
Surauant to nn order of the
3 nty'Courtof theStateof Ore
gonMor Multnomah County In
tho 'blatter of the estate of Ellas
Keonoy, deceased, heretofore
ontorod In tho probato journals
of said court authorizing and di
recting tho undersigned so to
do, tho undersigned, John II.
Rebhan aa Executor of tho Last
Will and Testament and of said
estate, will on Monday tho 28th
day of Juno, 1915, at tho hour
of .1:00 o'clock, in tho afternoon
of said day, on tho premises in
tho City of St Johns, Multnomah
County, Oregon, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, subject to the ap
proval and confirmation of said
Court, tho following real proper,
ty of said estate, to wit:
The S. E. one-half of Lot 3 in
Block 5 in P. T. Smith's Addi
tion to St. Johns, being tho half
of Lot 3 lying next to nnd ad
joining Lot 2 of said Block, in
Multnomah County, Oregon,
said ono-half of said Lot 3 be
ing a strip 25 feet by 100 feet,
the 6 inches off tho Easterly
side thereof being subject to the
conditions relating to a party
walj as set forth in a deed there
of by W. A". Messner nnd Geor
gia Messner to P. H. Light.
(Abstract of said premises with
the First National Bank of St.
Johns. Oregon.)
Dated this 28th day of May,
Executor aforesaid.
Address Brownsville, Oregon.
Amor A. Tussing, attorney
for Executor.
First Baptist Church
First BaDtist Church Sunday
School. 10 a. m. There will be
an object lesson. Preaching ser
vice. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Mem
orial services for the Woodmen
of the World and Royal Neigh
hora in tho morning. Annual
Children's Day services in the
evenincr. A crood program and
special music Everybody wel
come. Wednesday evening Bi
ble study 8 p. m. The choir will
give a recital Saturday evening,
June 19. Watch for the pro
Baraca-Philathea Class. The
monthly business meeting of the
Baraca-Philathea Class was post
poned this week and will be
held Tuesday evening. June 15,
at the home of Miss Flora Mc
Niven, 518 Hartman street. Al
members urged to be present.
Bring a friend. Class Reporter,
50 Years
left can be purchased
$1.00 a
Special ,
.68c 2
A Fixture Hint
Three years ago I tried to help
my sister select a hat. Wo wont
to half the stores in Portlnnd.
Sho tried on at ienst 100 before
finding ono that suited. I didn't
npprecinto that mothod at ull
too much traveling, bother nnd
hit or miss principle. That
evening I started thinking it
over. Said to myself, were I n
woman and wanted a hat I would
go to a good milliner, tell her
what I wanted to pay, wear the
dress I wanted to wear with the
hat, and have her design mo one
a creation to fit mo, and mo
alone, my beauty, my manner
isms, my individuality: In short,
just me. That carried another
chain of thought. If hats, why
not electric fixtures?
Furnishings in the home are
very important. Harmonious
colors, good selection of furni
ture and a nice blonding of lines
mean n great deal, and a cheer
ful home means n cheerful life.
But after having a room proper-
y furnished you can very ens y
ruin tho harmony of tho whole
by a poor selection of fixtures.
Wow lor the last three years I
have been studying everything
that would have a relation to
fixture design, architecture pe
riods of furniture, color match
ing, principle of design, shape.
rhythm, sketching.nnd nil things
that help mo design and make
tne proper nxtures for your
home. 1 am not done, never ex
pect to be. but think I am fairlv
proficient and ready to trv.
louay 1 want you to ca me to
thnt home of yours and let me
sketch you a suggestion. It
wont obligate you, and it might
help. Fixture prices are mighty
low now, and if you do buy you
will get 51.25 value for every
dollar you spend.
' lours tor service,
E. A. Gensman & Son. 217 N.
Jersey btreet
Building Permits
No. 25 -To Star Sand Co. to
erect a dock and warehouse on
the Willamette river between
Richmond and John streets; cost
A BARGAIN.-TheWillamina
State Bank, Willamina. Oregon
offers on quick sale, for short
time only, the two story house
and threo lots at 718 N. Edison
street, and house and one lot a
911 N. Hayes street, in St Johns,
both for $3000. No trade.
Local News.
, Send invyriur news items'.'
' 1 It will be St. Johns for about
28 days yet.
J. E. Kilkenny,, registered
electrical contractor, Col. 92.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hers
phiel of San Francisco are guests
of Mrs. C. Oihus.
The Cozy Corner confectionery
store on North Jersey street has
discontinued business.
Wilbur and Gordon Bellinger,
having finished their first year
ntCorvallls, have returned to St.
., Call at 107 S. Jersey Street
and got a pamphlet on ''Wiring
an already built house." Free
for the asking.
We wish to extend our sincere
thanks to the many kind friends
for their sympathy in our be
reavementMr. and Mrs.W. H.
T. F. Levens. who has been
at Latourello Falls, Oregon, for
the past couple of months, re
turned to St. Johns the first of
the week.
Mrs. R. Confer of Martin's
Bluff, Wash., has been a guest
of her daughters, Mrs. J. B.
Clulow, Mrs. Marsh nnd Mrs. L.
C. Bugbec, for the past month.
Mrs. West Edwards, son Ornn
nnd granddaughter, Miss Lucilc
of Midland. Texas, aro spending
few weeks in St. Johns, tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Mrs. W. W. Rogers and chil
dren of Spokane, Wash., who
linve been visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Harney, 915 South
Decatur street, havo returned
to their home.
Mrs. C. J. Thorn nnd two chil
dren, who hnve been spending
ho paBt several weeks with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W.
iogcra, loft last week for their
iomo in St. Louis, mo.
Miss Elizabeth Caplcs, who
ind been spending the winter
at British Columbia, hns returned
to St. Johns. Sho states that it
gives her great plensuro to once
more reside in St. Johns.
Tho treatment accorded the
meter proposition in Portland
Monday is a good indication of
what wo may expect when Port-
and is called upon to furnish
Bull Run water to St. Johns.
Tho manner of voting on Com
missioners in, Portland spems to
be nn entirely unnecessary com
plication. First, second and
third choices should bo eliminat
ed in favor of a straight cut prop
osition. John Peterson hns opened up
n neat little grocery and confec
tionery store In tho room form
erly occupied by Overstreot'R
plumbing establishment on South
crscy, opposito tho ucntrni
school building. John
is well
known and well liked
by the
will no
his new
people of St. Johns, nnd
doubt prosper nicely in
Now if tho street car company
would provide cross seats on the
St. Johns line there would sure-
bo no objection. It is no
pleasure to sway on the side
seats from ono side to the other
iko nn intoxicated person overy
time tho car stops. And then
one gets rather tired of gazing
nto the countenance of tho per
son occupying a seat opposite.
Give us cross seats instead or
the side seats, Mr. Street Car
The Carrie Jacobs Bond Ma
sical club met with May Eliza
beth Harney. 915 South Decatur
street, Saturday, Juno 5th, for
nn all day picnic. This crowd of
nterestlng little girls is under
tho direction of Mrs. Carrie R.
Beaumont of Portland, sho being
a life long friend of Mrs. Bond.
The club has a membership of
fifteen, all being of Portland
with the exceptions of Rather-
ine Bonham and May Ii. Harney
of St. Johns. A big jitney car
ried tho little ladies, chaperoned
by their mothers, to the Harney
homo. A line program was
given, assisted by Mrs. May Will
Bush, dramatic reader, and Mrs.
W. W. Rogers of Spokane, so
prano. After a fine luncheon,
the ittle ones made merry on
the lawn and in the woods until
the call came to go home.
The R. L. C. E. Society of the
Evangelical Church held their
monthly business meeting Fri
day evening, June 4th, at the
home of Mrs. F. L. Fletcher on
South Jersey Street. This being
the close of tho year's work foi
thQ society, the election of olli
cers took place and the same
officers were installed for the
ensuing year: Mrs. Maude Hall,
President, Bert Johnson, Vice
president, Nellie Early, Secre
tary. and Emma Somers. Treas
urer. After the short business
session a Strawberry Social was
held on the lawn. Music and al
sorts ot outdoor games made the
evening a lively one for the large
number present. The Sans Dieu
Riens are planning on a Country
Fair to bo given about the 16th
of this month. S. D. R. Re
Baptist Choir Recital Juno 19
at the Church., jackets iu cents.
Subject for Christian Science
Lecture Sunday: God the Pre
server of Man. , -
Couch & Co. is closing out
some men's-$3.50;-$4.00 nnd $4.50
Oxford Shoes for $1,75.
Both St Johns and Linnton
school districts will not be a part
of the Portland school district
Tuesday's Journal.
Remember the Recital by the
Baptist Church Choir at the
church Saturday evening of next
week. Tickets 10 cents.
Lewis Lust, nnd wife of Nano
eon. Ohio, havd been tho guests
of tho latter 8 sister. Mrs. K. U.
Couch, for the past week.
Mrs. R, D. .Jackson and little
daughter Lois ofiMoro, Oregon,
are spending a ' few weeks with
their many friends in St Johns.
Some finoHiousehold furniture.
used very little. Prices less than
mlf. See IS. It Sully. 113 Phil
adelphia street, St. Johns, Ore
gon. Tho Loyal Temperance Lecion
will meet next Monday. tho 14th.
at tho home of Mrs, T. M. Quinn
on Tyler Street near Jersey
street Reporter.
Don't wish your storo was in
a bettor location, i Use Peerless
Mazdn Frontlites and bring the
good location to you. J. E. Kil
kenny, 107 S. Jersey street.
Five Hundred rthrtv and dance
given by Women of Woodcraft
Bickncr's Hall Tuesday evening,
uno 2'Zna. rr zes for winners
nt cards and tho best music to
dnnco by. Admission 15 cents.
Chalmor Lutz of Hnmler.Ohio,
s a guest of his uncle, Hon. K.
C. Couch, nnd family. He is
making n tour of tho West, and
will take in tho Snn Francisco
Exposition before returning to
Ills homo. i
Mrs. Effa Beam desires to
thank tho people of St. Johns for
assistance in securing the pinno
at the Multnomah Theatre con
test held recently, and nssures
them thnt their aid will over bo
gratefully remembered.
John N. Edlofsen of tho Pcn-
nsuln National Bank returned
uesdny from a two week's so-
ourn in California; Besides tak
ng in tho Fair and attending the
Bunkers' Convention there, ho
mado n tour of tho principal
cities of that state. Mr. Edlofsen
enjoyed tho trip immensely.
Wo wish to thank our many
rionds nnd ofilcers nnd members
of tho United Artisan, W. IR.
C, G, A. R and , Laurelwood
tcbekah Lodgo No. 100 for tho
icautiful floral decorations and
for their sweot words nnd deeds
of consolation in our deep be
reavement W. W. Mnrcy nnd
Fnmily, Mrs. P. T. Hanson, Mr.
T. Hanson, Mrs. Sidney Gor
Tho new process of canning
ruit will bo demonstrated at
ho First Trust & Savings Bank
building Monday afternoon nt
2:30 by tho Oregon Agricultural
College, under tho nuspices of
tho East St Johns Improvement
Association. No charge is made,
and all tho Indies of St. Johns
desiring to acquire knowledgo of
tho latest and most nppproved
way of canning fruit are urged
to attend.
Tho children of St. Clement's
narochial school. St. Johns, will
terminate their school year on
next Thursday evening, June
7th. with an entertainment In
tho school hall, beginning at
ilfhfc n'elnek. In addition to tho
miisiriil fnnturfiB. n brief comedv
entitled "Woman's Rights." will
be presented, nnd a lorty-nve
minuto drama. "My aunt's heir
ess." Twenty-five cents ndmis-
sion will be charged, 'lhe even
inor's nrotrram has been verv
carefully prepared, and with a
view to pleasing and delighting
tho larcre audience that is al
ways present on such occasions.
Owing to tho delay in having
tnlnnhono 1 natal ed and arrival
of account books we will not bo
able to begin activo business
operations for a few days. Will
hnvn most nt the accounts trans
ferred to the Ideal Grocery by
Hnturrinv. Juno 12th. and will
then do all soliciting anu ousi-
nns.q in general from that place.
We wish to thank those that so
tnrl v nRRiRtcd us dunncr the
Grand Opening and also tho pub-
c for t ie oruer y manner in
which they acted under tho
nrnwHpri mrciimstances. New
Telephone is Col. 130, Ideal Gro-
eery. 202 S. Jersey. Alex, a.
The Ladies' Progressive Study
C ub met at the home of Mrs.
Page. Thursday. June 3rd. The
study of Hawthorne was con
tinued. Mrs. Sharer gave his
life. Mrs. York told the story
of the Scarlet Letter. A draw
ine contest was held and Mrs
Bredeson won the first prize and
Mrs. White the second. As
more interest nnd enthusiasm
are shown at each meeting our
work will be continued during
the summer. The next meeting
will be he d at the homo of Mrs
A. Shafer, 908 Smith Ave., June
17, at which time the study 0
Oliver Wendell
Holmes will be
taken up,
Picture framiug done at Portland
prices at H. F. Clark's, the furni
ture man. , . . . Adv.
Loganberries for sale all the
season ; $1.00 per cratd. Call 205
N. Edison.
If in need of glasses Dr. Gil
strap will fit you and guarantee
Ladies' $3.50 Ozxford Ties.
good style, small sizes, only 50
cents at Couch & Co.
Second hand. Detroit Jewel
Gas Range for sale. See it at S,
W. Rogers. 314 West Ch catto
"Watches" mado over into
'Time-pieces" nt reasonable
rates at Rogers', 309 N. Jersey
San-Tox preparations, satis
faction guaranteed or money
refunded. At The St. Johns
Choice Creamery butter, fresh
ranch eggs; moderate prices.
Call 838 N. Jersey street or
phone Col. 283. J.E. Pangborn.
For Sale Small chickens two
weeks old, 10 cents each : also
heifer calf, two months old, $10.
1337 E. Armour street St.
A new list of Columbin Rec
ords received, also some special
deals in Columbia Grapho-
phones, worthy of your investi
gation, if you nre looking for a
bargain. At The St Johns
The Columbin Cleanincr nnd
Dyeing parlors at 120 Philadel
phia street, is now under new
mnngemcnt. No amateur work :
wo strictly understand the busi
ness; one job will convince yo".
A. J. Burhnm, Prop.
Lost-Lndies' Gold Watch, be-
wcen Whitwood Court nnd St.
ohns. with Initlnl N. R on
back, and short chain nnd black
guard. Lcavo at this office and
receive rownrd.
Nothing can add moro to the
appearance of your homo thnn
beautiful and citectivo illuminn
tion. For nn cstimnto on Elec
tric wiring nnd fixtures, call
Col. 92. J. E. Rilkenny, 107 S.
ersoy St.
FOR SALE.-I will sell on
ensy terms at a bargain my hnlf
acre of choice garden land with
small houso in St. Johns only
two blocks from car line. Whnt
invo you to oiler f For pnrticu-
ars, sec Dr. Gi 1b trap.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Inglcduo
entertained tho Jolly 'Stccn 500
Club on Wednesday evening nt
their charming homo on S. Jer-
soy street. Dr. and Mrs. A.
W. Vincent won the first prize,
hnndsomo jardinero nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Chns. Muck, tho sec
ond prize, a set of punch glasses.
Mrs. It D. Jackson cnnturcdlthc
guest prize, a handsome guest
towel. Delightful refreshments
were served. Tho club will bo
entertained by Mr. nnd Mrs. L.
i. Chambers, at Urcshum, Uro.,
uno 19th.
M. E. Church Notes
The services for Sunday, Juno
3th. will bo as follows, viz: a.
m. Sunday School at 9:50. Pub
ic service and sermon ii:uu.
Class meeting 12:15 p. m. Chil
dren's Dny service in tho even-
ng at 7:30 and because of the
children's Hervico at 7:30, tho
Ep worth League will meet nt
:30, Instead of 7 o'clock.
A special program is being
prepared for tho Children's sor-
vico nnd everybody is cordiuiiy
Invited to como nnd enjoy tho
occasion. W. E. Ingnlls.
Proposals lor Street Work
Sealed proposals will bo re
ceived at tho ofilco of tho Recor
der of the City of St Johns until
June 29. 1915. at o o'clocK n. m.
for the mnroveinent of Leonard
street from the west lino of
Charleston street to tho East
ino of Chicago street In the
manner provided by Ordinance
No. GG5, subject to tho provis
ions of tho Charter and Ordi
nances of the City of St. Johns,
and the estimate of tho City ISn
gineer, on file. Engineer's esti
mate is $2239.05.
Bids must be strictly In accor
danco with printed blanks,
which wi be furn shed on an
plication at the office of tho Re-
1 e mi... - r nt T l.
coruur 01 uiu uay ui oi. uuuua.
And said improvement muBt ue
completed on or before 60 days
from tho date of the last puoii
cation of this notice.
No proposals or bids will be
considered unless accompanied
by a certified check payable to
tho order of the Mayor of tho
City of St. Johns, certified by a
responsible bank for an nmount
equal to ten per cent of the ag
gregate proposal.
The right to reject any anc
all bids is hereby reserved.
By order of the City Council.
Recorder of tho City of St. Johns
Published in the St. Johns Re
view June 11, 18 and 25, 1915.
Not the lfcl on your pE".
rim n mi wy u a 1 -rrnui jii
A 01 ON yfOI
e 0 SAVINGS 4r o
John N. EPMtrsiw,
North OiC HMif9
Bank U uuuia uvxau jail
Palotial G-Dcck, Triple-Screw, 24-Rnot
SS. "Northern Pacific"
SAILS JUNE 12, 16, 20, 24, 28
Steamer Train 9:30 A. M., SS. arrives San Francisco 3:30 p. m.
Next Day
Incomparable for comfort.
Free Deck Chairs and Stenmcr Uugs.
Free Refreshments nnd Mid-forenoon bouillon, 4
o'clock tea and bullet lunches.
Orchestra Deck GamesPalm Garden Rooms
Do Luxe Shower Bnths Sun Parlor.
Cuisino tho Finest. $30, round trip, menls and
berth included. Snn Diego $48 from Portland.
R. II. Cnoznm, A. G. P. A.
Portland Ticket Office
5th and Stark Street
Property Owners
Notice is hereby given to all property owners to
cut and remove from their property all weeds, grass
and noxions vegetation moro than 10 inches high, in
conformity to Ordinance GG6, on or before the 25 day
of June 1915, Upon failure to comply with said ordi
nance as above, the city will cut and remove the
weeds, etc., and assess cost against the property to
gether with a peealty of $1.00 for each 5000 square
feet or fraction thereof.
Chief of Police.
RemembtP the
JULY 5th, 1915
Arrange Your Plans So You Can
can be opened by a hus
band and wife at the Pen
insula National Savings
Bank. With such an ac
count either can draw the
money iu case the other is
ill or absent from home.
Why don't you open
such an account? As little
as one dollar will be enough
to start and by adding a
little every time you can
spare it, you'll soon have
a nice comfortable nest egg.
P. C. Knait,
Vice President
S. L. Domic,
Assistant Cashier
"An clcgaut Ship and a Beautiful
Trip" the popular verdict of
travelers on this speedy vessel,
O. M. CoRNiti.i., Agent
East St. Johns, Ore.