St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, May 03, 1918, Image 5

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    Base Ball Supplies
Ansco Cameras and Supplies
Dr. Hess Poultry Tonic
Graphonolas and Records
DRAPERIES
At Low Prices
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
' Our Prescription Department always at your service
Prescriptions filled by Registered Pharmacists only
one Columbia 138
105 North Jersey St.
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We have a large stock of Lace, Net
and Scrim Curtains, Portiers, Over drapes
and Couch Covers which we purchased
some time ago, consequently the price is
lower than it would be if we had to charge
the present market value.
Lace Curtains priced 1.25 to 2.50
Net Curtains " 5.00 " 8.00
Scrim Curtains.... " 2.00 " 0.00
Portier Curtains... " 5.00 " 15.00
Couch Covers " 2.35 " 9.50
Over Drapes (3 pes) " 5.00
Electric Vacuum Cleaner to Rent
USE YOUJR. OKEDIT
ORMANDY BROS.
FURNITURE
Cash or Credit St. Johns
TENTS
Why not have a
TentHousethese
Warm Summer
days?
We have a stock of all sizes at the right price
St. Johns Hardware Co.
Agency for Goodyear Tires
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STRADIVARA
KNOWN FOR TONE
The talk of (he Phonograph World, You owe it to Z
vniircnlf in qpo nnil Knr Mils instrument, nlavs nil DISK
tt J WC ww ' - " -W I W
Records. Sold on easy terms by
.'x i .iiiiiiix r minim i rimi
" Ww.m J ' " J
St. Johns- Phonograph Co.
317 North Jersey Street
Agents for Edison Cylinder Records and Umerson Disk Records
EXPERT REPAIRING DONE BY US
BUY A LIBERTY BOND J
Ny M J
If vou want to buy a home see
Mrs. Soule.
Hear John McCormnck any
day at Currin's.
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P.. Winters la ercctinir a Ear-
age at 415 Tyler street.
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R U. Mnxfiold ia renortod to
he quite ill at present.
.1. Hntrnn in rntmiritur resi
dence at KelloKg and Heno
streets.
TiVfwl iiVnnnkki inmnkinff some
rnnnlrn to his residence at 121
Olympia street.
Pnnnidnrnliln huildintr nnd re-
nn ir work is bcintr made in St.
Johns at present.
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Clins. Hoot is mnkintr some re
. k rf
pairs to ins residence ai yuo
South Jersey street.
Jnno Walker has taken out a
permit for the erection of n jrar
auc lit 1 10 Edison street.
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14 Kverlnotinir Punishment"
is the subject for Christian Sci
ence services next Sunday.
E KEEP OUR
GROCERIES
au rue im-vwrr
'S inc. rirc..
CoUiHG IN FRESH
EVERY DAY GOING
OUT EVERY HOUR.
OUR GROCERY BUSINESS IS A SUCCESS. THANK YOU. WE ARE
ON THE JOB TAKING CARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS ORDERS. FOR
1 "e.rr" tV.'?,, .VV;,v, miGv rnTTrior. IKI MRW FRESH GRO-
Tnci KNUW WD riAVU nccn ""i 7 vtb not An owidr that IS
CERIES FOR THEM. OUR STORE IS A pNE-PRICE STORE. THAT IS.
WE MARK OUR GOOUS wticnwc i wpsfiito
PRICE AS OUR HIGH QUALITY CAN BE SOLD FOR-AND WE SELL TO
- . n n r Mir nniPH
CVKKYONe AT J H13 SAME ut rwwn.
GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TODAY.
Lavrack's Cash Grocery
416 NORTH JERSEY ST.
ocal News.
Erok Paircrstron is erecting
a $1200 home at the corner of
Edison and Loavitt streets.
G. W. Caufichl has taken out
a permit for n $1300 residence
at Hartman and Myers streets.
11. Riwrirold has taken out a
nurmit for storo room at Jersey
and Alta streets, says the Dully
Abstract.
Thero is nn urtront, insistent
demnnd hero for Iiouho keeping
rooms. Why doesn't somebody
build apartment houses?
Oivlnc to the absence of our
Kmig sottinir machine oncrntor
on account of illness news mat-
tor ia Homowlint curtailed in this
Issue.
The Knights of Pythias will
live their last dance of the ser
es in the skntimrrink the oven-
ini of Mnv Otli. A most enjoy
able timo is assured.
A numnor of larce canncity
has been added to equipment of
the local firo department, and
moro men are being added, It
is n vnlunblo addition.
The Knights of Pythias will
picnic nt St. Helens on May
12th. The St. Helens Pythinns
will unite with them, and a jol
ly good time is anticipated.
Many fine catches of salmon
are now being made in the river
between St. Johns and Liunton.
It is said to be the finest kind of
sport, besides the catches being
of considerable value as loou.
H. Steinfeldt is arranging to
establish u modern poultry farm
in St. Johns, which will be situ
ated on the Chas. Linquist acre,
acre. It will be up to date in
every respect, says Mr. Stein
feldt.
St. Johns Fair Store. E. W.
Foy. prop.: household utility
sunnlies and general notions.
207 N. Jersey St. Highest
quality goods at lowest prices.
Next to Ulectric store.
Mrs. Soule has a few
houses on easy terms.
more
Good canoe for sale
Inquire nt this olllce.
cheap.
.1. n Snhnnfflr. fnrmorlv the
wen Known mayor oi wnmon,
is a candidate tor water buper-
intorwlpnt. nivislnn Nn. m. He
is well fitted for the position,
ana ne is ueserving oi me sup
port of St. Johns voters.
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Mr. O. F. Harris of Portland
and Mrs. Elizabeth Brunson of
St. Johns were married in Port
land last Sunday, Rev. Fitz of
the First Brethren church offi
ciating. They will make their
home in St. Johns.
The local ball team defeated
the Standifer base ball team by
a score of G to 4 last Sunday at
Vancouver, making the third
straight victory. The locals will
play the Northwest Steel at the
local crounds Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
There should be a kodak on
every outing. Currin Saya So.
Cabbage plants for sale, fi
cents per dozen. 311 Central
avenue south; at home ufter 5
o'clock.
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List your Real Estate with us.
Wo have the buyers waiting for
it. S. C. Cook, '102 N. Jersey
street.
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Why spend a day hoeing the
garden when you can do it in
fifteen minutes. Get a garden
cultivator at the St. Johns Hard
ware Co.
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The insurance department of
the Suiireme Lodge. K. of P..
has purchased one half million
dollars of Liberty Loan Bonds,
which is a practical demonstra
tion of their loyalty.
A. W. Laffertv will sneak at
the Peninsula Bnnk corner to
morrow, bnturdny, evening
from an automobile, at about
eight o'clock. Mr. Latferty
states he has received more en
couragement and the prospects
of his nomination lor Congross
are brighter than they have
ever been, and that he has been
endorsed by the Labor Union.
" Hirelings or Huroos. Which V"
Sunday morning's subject at the
Methodist church and "Molly
coddles" will get their measure
in the even ng. All the serv ces
seek to inspire patriotic devo
lion and sacrifice in these great
testing days of our own Nation
and of tho world's need. Hing
ing soulful songs bring their
tuneful tribute to all that is
bravo and beautiful.
The Mothers' mooting of tho
W. C. T. U. will bo held at the
homo of Mrs. J. C. Scott next
Monday afternoon at two o'clock.
Thero will bo two pnpers, "Tho
open door toiioppinoss" by Mrs.
J. V. Scott, nnd "Tho uso of
slang" by Mrs. Mary E. Kelloy.
Thoro will also bo some good
singing. Wo expect a good at
tendance, both ot tho mombcrs
nnd visitors. Everybody more
than welcome; 102 Central avenueReported.
Mrs. Anna Laura Schmidt
died April 27th at her home. 007
Chapel street, of pneumonia,
aged about fil years. Sho was
born at Mo lo la. Ureuon. and
camo to St. Johns about ono year
ago from Vancouver, Wash.
She Is survived by her husband,
two sons and three daughters.
Tho funeral services took place
at the chapol of tho St. Johns
Undertaking Co. luesday at 1 p.
m.. Rev. Buoermann Drenching
tho sermon, lntorment at Park,
Hill cometery, Vancouver.
Currin's terms
are liberal.
on Victrolas
Workmen at tho local ship
nlant cavo George Karros a rido
on the Liberty pole when he re-
luseu 10 suuscriiie jar a l-iuuny
bond the first of the week. Kar
ros was said to have n consider
able sum of money in his pock
ets at the time. In order that
ho would not soon forget tho
lesson in his duty to who country,
he was given a bath in n nearby
pool. It is said the ducking
was given on account oi some
remarks made uncomplimentary
to the bonds by Karros. He was
not seriously injured, as was at
first reported.
If vou are looking . for a well
located, comfortable home, one
that is bound to enhance in
value and which will in the near
future be classed as business
nronerty. nrobably, we can di-
rect vou to such nronosition.
The price is $2000, and the
terms are $400 down and the
balance may be paid at the rate
of $20 per month. Why pay
rent, and then never know when
the house will be sold under
you, when you can secure a
good modern home on such easy
terms? Call in and let us direct
you to this chance to secure a
home at a price below cost of
reproduction.
For Sale- Good milk cow. Call
825 Allegheny street.
Furnished boat house for sale.
Inquire at this office.
For Sale Good range and
other household goods. Inquire
Sunday zzi uswego street.
Cabbage plants for sale, five
cents per dozen. 311 Central
avenue S., at homo after 5
o'clock.
List your Real Estate with us.
We have the buyers waiting for
it. S. C. Cook, 402 N. Jersey
street.
Wanted Competent woman
to care for children, must be ex
perienced: $25 nor month. Call
529 South Ivanhoe.
When in need of small arti
cles, get them at the 5-10-lGc
store, St. Johns; in the Penin
sula National Bank Building.
Go to tho Auto Repair Compa
ny, 207 South Jersey street, for
your nuto, motorcycle nnd bicy
cle repairs and supplies. Autos
for hire. I'liono Coumbin 727.
"Just a Baby's Prayer at Twi
light," a big record hit. Cur
rin Says So.
If my work pleases you: please
tell your friends. If not, tell
me. -Rogers, 202 N. Jersey
street.
You may need a now Lawn
Mower 'this year. The St. Johns
llardwaro Co. will toko your
old one in part payment.
We carry a good aBortment
of Tomato, Cabbage, Cauliilow
or. Celery and Topper Tlants,
also Geraniums in Pots. Bucy
the Grocer.
For Sale by Owner Modern 7
room house, lotliuxiiu, fruit
trees, etc: terms reasonable.
Within walking distance of ship
yard. Inquire 701) Amherst
street.
Get permits for free sprink
ling of war gardens. Currin'p
for Drugs.
For Sale-ROxlOO lot. fi room
house, new, lots of fruit, street
improvements all in ana paid.
Half bock of car line. Price,
$1000 terms. Mrs. Soule, C10
N. Jersey.
Wanted Mnn to writo and
collect insurance. Salary and
commission. Permanent; exper
ience unnucossary. See tho su
perintendent West Coast Life
IiiMurunco Co., 510 Morgan build
ing. Notice. Tho party who took
tho inner tube and jack out of
.1. J. Goodman's machine along
side Bucy'a storo luesday even
ing was seen from Odd Fellows'
hall, and to save further trouble
it had better bo returned, adv.
That St. Johns will ho repro
seated in tho next Legislature
by two members Ib now practi
cally a foregone conclusion. I).
C. Lewis, one of tho best cam
paigners in Portland, will no
doubt be nominated and elected,
and Frank A. Rico, President
and Cashier of tho East St.
Johns Bank, will also win tho
race with easo from present
outlook. Our peoplo should be
alive to the opportunity of se
curing two representatives.
Thero will no doubt bo matters
that will come before tho Legis
lature of moro or less import
ance to tho Peninsula, and with
two representatives it would be
certain that this district would
in nowise bo neglected.
Multnomah Attractions
The following high class at
tractions will appear at Mult
nomah Theatre within the next
week. Look them over: ZZZ
Sunduy. May 4th Belle Ben
nett in "Fuel of Life" Trian
gle.
Sundav.Mav 5th Billie Burke
in "Tho Land of Promise"
Artcraft.
The boys in France enjoy pic
tures from borne. Keep your
kodak working. Currin Says
So.
Residents of St. Johns having
taxes and city liens to pay in
Portland can make their pay
ments without inconvenience by
availing themselves of our 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
Jersey street.
V .II
The Man with Money
I1CICI 1LOUIU
iiOur,Bank and became
a partner in thebusinea
r IT PAID HIM
Tile Blory of most all of our very rich mcu lias been the same. They
began by putting some of their hard enrned money In the bnnk nnd add
ing to it. The boss always knows who the trustworthy young mnu with
the bnnk book is. The boss wants to quit some day nnd the boy with
the bnnk account gets the chance. Anyhow its mighty handy to haven
bnnk account for your old age. Start one now.
Peninsula National Bank
oi'i'tcims.
Put it it Autkn, . . President
l'HUI) C. KSAW . Vice President
I'kank 1. DuiNKitH . Vice President
Ions N. Knt.Ki'.niN. . . Cnslilcr
ClIAKMCS II. KUSSltM., AMlntniitCushlcr
Stanton I.. Doiuit, AmUIiiiiI Cnslilcr
Him'AUit It. Mokhis, AMistunt (Mulder
niUHCTOKH.
1'. AUT.IIN
TIIOS. AVTZIt.V
I'. I. DKINKIIK
A. K.JOIIItH
I'. C. KNAI'P
II. It. I'ltNNItt.t.
OKANT HMITII
J. N KIIMII'SltN
Member of Federal Reserve Bank
3 per cent on Savings 4 per cent on Time Certificates or Deposit
Egg Keep. Keeps eggs nice
and fresh for an indefinite
time. Currin Says So.
Cards of thanks notices are
charged for at tho rate of fifty
cents each. Persons desiring to
have such notices published
should make a note of this.
One Poor Ingredient
nnd your cooking is spoiled. Noth
ing should lie more uniform in till
round excellence than groceries nnd
spices. On the score of the hegt
goods, kept the hcM, delivered nmst
promptly mid sold nt the tight price
we think we're real winners so
do our customers,
MUCK GROCERY
301 S. lcrsty St.
I'lionc Col. 1 1H
REDUCED PRICE
WOOD-COAL!
FOR THIRTY DAYS
St. Johns Lumber Co.
HUtbi&UAKrLIb: Objects of Admiration
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(lint nic n I the Mine time niilll lo
tvtiy mi d rn IiiiumIiiiIiI hihI h llfntlm
of iim ftilncti Hit well vull, UiWlully
tUklntnl r lignum) cnrU. Wlie Imryoii
urc MrkliiK tlu iii hU'iiiU' )rk'tsl lUimMM)
t ihIuoI or tlic more cotlly oriutiUl lloor
ioverlliK. you will ilu well lo loHH!t the
stock lit
H. F. CLARK
THE FURNITURE MAN
4oo-402 a. jenseY sr
Wall Paper
F, M. Satterlee
Paints
Painting
I Paper Hanging 1 J
jvl'inting JhJ
319 N, Smith AVe
Laundry Prices Reduced !
"Fighting the Laundry Trust"
We will not agree to the orders of the "Combine"
We've Cut Prices to the Lowest Notch
Give us your orders, St. Johns deliveries made promptly.
Sl'HKD, SKRVICH and I.OW IMUCKS
The Pacific Laundry Company
"The Anti-Trust Laundry"
MaiuC'19 BOTH I'HONKS A 36-19
St. Johns Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Columbia 131
C 1101
Foot of Burlington St.