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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1918)
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Up to May First the Real Estate Described Below
WIN the WAR
Show your Patriotism
Liberty Bonds Declare Dividends
Democracy 100 per cent
Liberty 100 per cent
Patriotism 100 per cent
Loyalty 100 per cent
And a "NestEgg of Devotion"
for Old Age
Number 914, North Smith avenue:
Story and half house, six rooms and bath room. Price $1650 $200 initial pay
ment and fifteen dollars monthly. This house has been built about six years and has
recently been painted and papered.
Number 834 North Edison Street:
A three room house, lot 50x100. The improvements are cement walk, graded
street and sewer. This is for sale for $1000; improvements all paid. Terms $100 down
Number 910 North Syracuse Street:
Modern 5 room bungalow in Al condition, sewer connections, cement walks, lot
50x100. Price $2500- -$200 down, $25 monthly.
Corner Seneca and Newton Streets:
Four room modern house, chicken houses, basement; near school, lot 50x75 feet;
street improved and paid. Price $1800 $200 down, $20 monthly.
Number 623 North Leonard Street:
Small house, four rooms, lot 35x100; price .$1250 $100 down, $15 monthly.
The L. D. Jackson House on Macrum Avenue:
This house has seven rooms, is modern; lot is one hundred feet square and is
high and sightly. The house is occupied but needs some repairs to make it a fine home.
The price is $2200 $200 down, $20 monthly.
Corner of Oswego and Hudson Streets:
Three new modern cottages under construction; ready for occupancy about May
first. These must bring $2100 each, $200 down.
Intorost on all these pieces 7 per cent on the deferred
payments, payable quarterly.
BONHAM &, CURRIER
THE GREAT WAR HAS MADE
CIGARETTES A NECESSITY.
This Space Donated by Robert N. Stanf ield
"Our boys mutt have their smokes.
Send them claretlcsl" Tills is a
familiar appeal now to all of us.
Atnnnx those mott In demand Is
the now famous "toasted" clK'niette
LUCKY STRIKE. Thousands of this
favorite brand have been shipped to
France. There Is something home
like and friendly to the bosin tho
sight of the familiar green packages
with the red circle.
This homelike, apnetlxInR quality
of the LUCKY STRIKE cigarette Is
largely due to tho fact that the Hurley
tobacco turd In making It has been
toasted. "It's toasted" was the "slo.
Ran" that made a great success ot
LUCKY STRIKE In less than n year.
Now the American Tobacco Co. U
making 15 million LUCKY STRUCK
Cigarettes a day.
A good part of this Immense pro
duction is making Its way across tho
water to cheer our boys. The Red
Cross has distributed thousands of
LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes.
He sure to buy n Liberty Bond
and help to win tho war.
Swift & Company's 1918 Year Book
It shows that Swift & Company sells the meat from
a steer for less money then the live steer cost !
Proceeds from the sale of the hide, fat, and other by-products
covered all expense of dressing, refrigeration, freight, selling
expense and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown by Swift &
Company's 1917 figures as follows:
Average price paid for live cattle per steer
Average price received for meat . .
Average price received for by-products
This leaves for expenses and profit
Of which the profit per ateer wi
There are many other interesting and instructive
facts and figures in the Year Book.
We want to tend our 1918 Year Book, to anyone, anywhere fre
for the asking. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago,
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Hung Out Jlag Today
Tho following poem wna
written by Miss Ktta Patterson
and rend at the I'lng service on
Easter Sunday at the Kvangoll.
I've just got letter from home,
And 1 don't know what to sny,
Kor tho church I attended so
Has ItMng out a fltiR today.
It's white with a wldo red bor
der, And it's hung whero all can see,
And on Its Held of white, boys,
There's a star of blue for mo.
They've remembered mo with
That have gone to win this war,
And 1 think of tho folks a home
As I never thot before.
They said they'd remember me,
And 1 never gavo a enre,
Until I read of tho flag, boys,
That they hung for me back
Tho church 1 remember so well,
And the Sunday school class at
Wo used to have fun on Sun
days In that good old balcony room.
I'm afraid I wasn't a model,
But the tencher so kind was he,
And it makes me kind o' Eorry
When I think, they remembered
h But they seem to think it an
And they're proud of mo back '
i there, ,
lAnd I read in this letter from
That they mentioned me in
And some have my name on
And they pray for me each day,
They pray that God be my
To protect in the midst of the
I'm clad that they hung that
With the star of blue for me;
I'm glad that blue means true,
And true I'll try to be.
I'm going to find a church some
And I'll spend my Sundays
When they next get a letter
from me, boys,
They'll find an answered prayer.
Curling Iron Heaters
Sewing Machine Motors
EUCIRIC STORE ELECTRIC BUILDING
Light & Power Co.
Til OS, (H.OVltH, I'fop.
Philadelphia Street, St. Johns.
Soft Drinks as usual
Coldest nnd Coolest Drinks in
town. Sandwiches, etc. All lend
ing Summer Drinks.
TRY OUR MILK PUNCH
J. II Harvey
P. & H. Transfer Co.
Phone Columbia 308
206 N. Jersey St. Johns, Ore.
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
W deliver your eoode to and from
til pert of Fortltnd, Vancouver. Llnrv
ton, Portland and Suburban Express
Co., city dock and all point aoculbU
W va oa Hit a4 rWiattaare atof
The Past Time Billiard Hal,
N I. WlltTK, Proprietor
The Place Where They All Go
A Choice Lino of Cigars, Tobac
co and Soft Drlnka
WHKRE TUB CAR STOrS
0 0 co eo pO e-O to
Portsmouth Gospel Hall
' Meeting 3 p. M. for Christians.
Gospel meeting in evening 7:30.
One door west of drug store.
? 'Rlllifi' NinlinlS 3 Electrical Contracting
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Open Evenings ft
GIVE US A CALL g
Residents of St. Johns having
tnvni! nnrl oitv llono tn imv in
I'oruana can make their pay
ments without inconvenience by
availing themselves of onr ser
vices. We will pay same and
secure your receipt without in
convenience to you. Fee, 25
cents. References: Any St.
Johns Bank. Peninsula Title.
Abstract and Realty Co.. by H.
Henderson. Manager; 402 North
n lftaS I f IWIIIlll I Jj
9 111 N. .1RRRRY RTRRRT U
I Milk and Cream Direct!
From the Cows
J. II. WlNDLE, Prop.
Phone Col, 320 Delivered Daily
Wiring, Fixtures and
C. L. Dearlove
1673 Haven St.
PENINSULA TITLE ABSTRACT i REALTY CO
H. HENDERSON, Manager
402 N.Jersey Street
Abstracts of Title Prepared
Phoue Columbia 255
I buy or sell St. Johus Property
A. W. DAVIS
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
List your property with tneif you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
Cards of thanks notices are
charged for at the rate of fifty
cents each. Persons desiring to
have such notices published
should make a note of this.
Notice to Creditors
In the County Coutt o( the State ot Oregon (or
the County ol Multnomah.
In the matter ol the ettate ot John W, Jacquea.
Notice it hereby slen ol the death ol John W,
Jacquct, and that the undertigned baa been ap
pointed executor ol the tast U iu and Testament
ol aaid decedent, and ha qualified
All persons having clalraa against aatd deced
ent or hit ettate. are directed to prctent the
tame to the undersigned duly vciificd at by law
required at the office ol hit Attorney. George J.
PerUnt, hit board ol Trade building. Portland.
Oregon, uithin tlx month irora the date ol the
firtt publication ol thlt notice. Vrldav, Match
Jth, 1918. 11K.NRY HK.NDKRSO.N. Executor.
Notice to Creditors
In the County Coutt ol the SUte ol Oregon tor
the County ot Multnomah.
In the matter oi the ettate ol A. O. Otborn, de
ceased. Notice it hereby gica ot the death oi A. D.
Otborn. and that the undertlgned baa been duly
appointed administrator ol hit ettate by the
County Judge ol Multnomah County. Oregon,
Ail persons having clalmt against said deced
ent, or hit ettate. arc directed to pretest the
tame to the undersigned, duly verified at by law
required, at the office ol hit Attorney. George I.
Perkini, hit Board ol Trade building. Fortltnd.
Oregon, within tix montht Irora the date ol the
first publication ol thlt natice, Friday, March
9h. 191. K. M, RAYMOND, Administrator,