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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Marklc, Kilitor
Published Friday of Euch Week
Subiorlptlon price $1.00 poryonr.
Outside of Multuouiah County 2.00
per year in udvaucc,
ADVJ5RTISINO KA.TU3: U6 cauls per inch
each Insertion. Locals C cents per line,
minimum 25 cents, ajwdal rate on
Tim RHVlitW is entered nt iwst office
In Portland. Orcirou. ns innil mnttor
of the second class under the Act of Con
tetrt of March 3, 1879.
Tho Graualcrin Grocery, on
tlm corner of Jersey and Alta
Htroets. chanced ownership thu
first of the week, tho now pro.
nriotors buintr Messrs. A. S.
Scales and Ed. S. Currier. Hoth
arc pioneer Krocoryinen of St.
Johns and cacn linvo made a
fine bucccsb of their business.
Mr. Scales has been conducting
a erocery on KeHsentlen street
for the past dozen or more years
whuo Mr. (Jurrier lias been it
member of the well known firm
of Bonham & Currier since the
nurtnorshin wuh foundud more
than thirteen years uko. Mr.
Currier retains his interest in
tho old firm, but will devotu
bis entire time to thu new store
tut soon as the irrocory depart
ment of Honham & Currier has
been discontinued, which takes
tilnco October 14th. Mr. Scales,
wo understand, will dispose of
1i!r Keasandon street store, and
also devotu his entire timu to the
Grabateria. This new firm is
bound to succeed in their now
vcnaire, and succeed well. They
know tho grocery business from
A. to Yj, both are particularly
well liked for their pleasant and
agreeable ways and fairness to
their patrons, and both liavu
hosts of friends and well wish
era in St. Johns turd vicinity.
Head their now ad. in tho Re
view this weuk. The Grabateria
has enjoyed an enormous patron
ao through tho efficient and
ceaseless efforts of Mr. GasMn,
who retires from thu business
with tho bust wishes and kind
Host roKiirdH of in numerable
Tho following litis boon re
ceived by Mrs. E. Small of 102
EtiBt l'olk street from her son,
Suruoant Enuas Small, at Camp
Zachary Taylor, Kentucky:
It surely is a wonder tins way
a thinir like a Liberty I.oandoos
wako up tho boys in Camp.
They are all up in tho air to do
all they can. Good old OroKon
bus thu record, we all know, and
her boys out hero are surely
showing thu j;ot up and jto uiiiil
itiuB in doim: their bit. Our Mat
tery isanorKimi'.ulionof Hands
men composed of men from all
over thu U. S., but one enn al
ways pick an Oreuonian by the
way ho does blow his horn,
when it comos to iloinir some
thinK to boost the Fourth I. Miki
ty Loan. They have played huv
ural muotinus already and are
Koiiur to parade in Louisville,
Saturday afternoon, and play for
a biir muetimr immediately after
ward. There will also be noun
vocal talont displayed, some of
which camo from Oivnon. Not
saying any thing against any olh
or boys, Put there are '. hit
Reants in thisorKaniwition am
f of them are from the trootlolt
homo statu, Orouon, so they
seem to oven rovoKiiixo uk wy
out hero in old Kontncky.
Final disposition of the Hill
aide l)ouia'ard iitlKiilion was
mmlo Monday, when Presiding
Judgo Tucker banded down his
find in gs and conclusions, which
stipulate that Mio property own
ers within thisdiHtrict must pay
to $81,001). Tho litigation dates
back to several years ago, when
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reBKieiiiH in huh amp ni pro
perty, botwoen Portland ami
Linnton, took thu initisl steps
toward constructing a scenic
highway along tho hillside above
tho Willamette. After pre
liminary work had been started
thu project was dropped. A
year or two later Linnton be
camo a part of tlieeityof Port
land and tho City Council then
levied an nwonsment of $1:U'.)H.
27 against the properly. The
property owners contended they
should not no compelled to pay
more tiinn H,yuu, u uiey were
to pay at all.
A old lady with German accent
camo into tho Liberty Temple
Saturday to buy a bond. When
tho gonial clerk had filled out
hor card she began to look about
in an embarrassed manner, and
finally asked him if slut could
find n secluded corner in which
to get nt her money. Nothing
duunted, tho solicitor "and." he
said, "anothor lady," formod a
barricado while the would-be
purchaser extracted sufficient
money to buy two $50 bonds from
her stocking, whoro was sucure
ly fastened with four safety pins.
How did thoy know tho num
ber of safety pins? Did someone
Hear every kind of record at
its best. Tho Brunswick Talk
ing Machine plays all records at
their best. Currin Saya So.
NU tha Ubal an your pjr.
Yale and Macrum Streets
Peninsula Security Go. I
First National Dank Building
CALL FOR ST. JOHNS IM
in accordance with tho provis
ion of ordinance No. U454G passed
hv thu Council September 25th
11)18. notice is buruby givon
Hint St. Johns Improvement
lionds numbered consecutively
!W7 to : 1)2 inclusive, dated Do
cembur 1st. 11)11. aru hereby
called for redemption Documbor
1st, 11)18. Tho faco value with
accrued interest will be paid upon
presentation of said bonds at the
office of thu undersigned on
the above date, tho' said datu
being a semi-annual coupon
nor oi . I' rem and after sail
datu thu interest on said bonds
Dale of first publication Oct
ober :ird, 11)18.
Mr. and Mrs. Clovo McClollnm:
Eaton returned to Vancouver
Saturday morning at 8:,'i0 on the
It h Liberty Loan special train
from its tour of tho statu of Ore
uon. and joined thu train which
left Vancouver at 10:80 tho
same day. Thiii trip will laku
in thu state of Washington, includ
iug Seattle, Tacoma and Cam
Lewis, .Spokane, Hullinghnm
and Northern Idaho. Tho per
sonno of tho train consists o
sneakerf). soldiers, sailors, Mel
gian and French soldiers am
two American Over Sea Hoys
1 lie train returns to huattiu on
October 12. Mrs. Eaton was
formerly Misb Ida Fassutt.
During tho recent Amoricaii
advance out of Chateau Thierry
a lied Cross captain was looking
about for suitable hospital sites
when ho mot an American negro
so Id or miuvhing along towan
Chateau Thierry, following closo
behind a German major. The
negro had transferred his pack
from his own back to tho back
of the German ofliccr and had a)
ho transferred the German
major's monocle to his own eve,
Thus equipped tho black warrior
was parading triumphantly down
the road. As ho passed tho Kei
Cross captain he called out:
Hay, look bore what this nigger
lo chock proiueering among
retail grocers there was appoint
ed a prico-fixing committee by
Assistant State Food Adminis
trator W. K. Nowoll. at Marsh-
field. On this committee is a
ropresentativo of wholesale
grocers, ono representing retail
grocers, a prominent local house
wife, a man to represent labor
tin ions and ono to represent
tanners, rcnen wook a price
list will be published, fixed at
Washington, by which retailers
FOK SALE Lots in St.
Johns: 40x132 feet, Chicago
street, $.V2fi. 41x101), Hnrtman
street, shed on back 20x40;
&riU, ?iuu down, terms; MxUH,
llartman street, fine fruit trees,
shed 2020; 50x100, E. Huch-
anan, street, two mocks trom
car, 500; torinsf $100 down.
50x115, Central avenue, in
cultivation, also fruit, an ex
ceptional buy; $525. Also six
acres sovon miles trom Van
couver, Clarko county. See J.
Wobstor, G12 Salem street.
For Sale Range, sowing ma
chine and other articles. Phone
Dancing at tho Good Time
Dancing Club ovory Wednesday
ovonipg, St. Johns skating rink.
For Sale- Canary birds.
218 North Jersey street
Empire Investment Co.
St. Johns Office
117 Philadelphia Street
We are now building sev
eral 4 room houses which we
will sell on easy payments.
Choice unimproved resi
dence property for sale.
Saturdnv, October 6th
Mntince 2:15 lo b:00
WALLACE RlilU in "1'IRttl'LY
OK 1' It ANCH" Paramount.
Stintlny, October fith
MARGUERITE CLARK In "UN
CUS TOM'S CA1I1M." I'rniu the
Intiiom book mill piny.
Motulny nntl Tuesday, Oct. 7-8
Try n wimple of our new serial
PEARL WHITE in "THU IIOl'SK
OK HATH." Her Intent mill lust.
Also Kiilty Arlmckle In "A Country
Wednesday, Oct. 0th
"MY 1'OUR YEARS IN GERMA
NY" in 10 reel ly AM1IASSADOR
JAM US OURALD.
Hpfilal women' nnd clilldmi'n inntlnrf
from to )V, KivitiK two lull liw Tn
lit Mile ul a M-at. i-oinr to the iimtlnrr
I'rlcta Mntltiee rhrlilirii Ivc. ndulU, C
KvrlilliK I'lilMtrti I Hililll 1JC
HHMIt.MllllH TIIK HATH.
"IIAREE, THE SON OK KAZAN"
The story ol n dog in the weal Ciiii
iiilliin miow cuiintry
Friday, October 11 lb
MISS OI'TIM 1ST."
Saturday, October 12th
CLAlA KIM HALL YOUNO
Sunday, October l!Jth
ENII) IIENNETT In "A DUSURT
Mon. and Thus. OetoberM-16
THE HOUSE OK
AImi it Kittty Arlmckle
AilmlMron, Bo, nlil mill youiiKi three
youiiKKtein (or 10c.
Wed. and Tluirs. October 1(1-17
IHG HILL HART in "SIIAR1C
MONROU." A Mory ol AlimU mill
the mil One of Hitrt'it hint.
Fridny, October 18th
MITCHELL LEWIS In '
SIGN INVLSIIII.H."-7 reel.
Saturday. October lDtb
TAYLOR HOLMES III' HI tiUI.ltn
OK RED GAK."-7reelit. Kromllie
fiiiuiMik hook of wine iiiiimc.
Siindav, October 20tb
J.STUART 1ILACKTON prMent
Sylvlii llreniiKT unit Hum. ."MulUi'ii
n".MI.SS NG." A woinlerlill ini-
tun' Mory hy Mm. Iltimthrey Wuril
Moo. and Tucs. October 21-22 -ilnl
HpiwHlt "HOUSE OK HATE
AImih r reel feHtuiv.'
Wed. and Tluirs. October 2.'V2 I
DOUGLAS KAIRI1ANKS in "SAY
Friday, October 2fith
Ol.GA PETROVA In
Saturday, October 2IUh
KAUI.INE KREDERICK in "DOf
Siintlay. October 27th
CECIL II. 1)1! MILI.E prmnU"OLD
wivhs run Mtw." nv iMviuuru
Iiiiiii KhilliM. One ol the bert ic
turw of tlu yvar.
Mon. and Tutw. Oetot)er 28-2t
lilt UpiMhU- "HOUSE OK HATH.'
Alto u (i riH'l fixture,
Wednesday, October 30th
SHSSUK. HAYAKAWA In "HAS
Thursday, October Jllst
li hoU. A HOiuli'rlul wtir picture.
Friday, November ls(-
DOROTHY DALTON in '
MATING OK MA RCI5LLA,"
Sutuulay, November lint)
"TO HELL WITH THE KAISER."
0 reeU, Another KKtit war picture
Don't throw your Old Tires away
OPEN 6 A, M. TO 4 P, M,
Tubes 25 cents and up.
Reasonable prices on cas
All work guaranteed.
National Vulcanizing Works
205 S.JERSEY ST.
St. Johns, Oregon
For COAL and WOOD
OP ALU KINDS SEG
EDLEFSEN FUEL CO.
Oregon Building, 5th and Oak
Phone Broadway 70 or Columbia 321
Or Leate Orders at St, Johns Review Office
Mill wood molly uutile, Urge jn.-reent-
KC 'f' enough lor immediate use ?4.60.
Coal $7.00 uuit up.
Wo will bo the school book and
supply headquarters this yeur.as
in tho past. Currins Says So.
ON RUBBER AND
Special Men's tan cashmere Raincoat, plaid
lining, raglau shoulders, convertible collar,
Wind tab on sleeves, vertical pockets, all
seams sewed and strapped, 50 inches long,
a real good buy- -come and sec.
Children's finest quality Rubber Cnpes $4.50
W. W. ROGERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
202 N. JERSEY ST. Open Evening
1 Cleaning and Pressing
C S. BUCY
202 S. Jersey. Phone Col. 528
We nrc IntyiiiK every day New Goods, consequently our
stock Is fresh nt nil times with popular brands, advertised,
tried and well known.
Our prices arc right If you consider the quality.
Our deliveries arc free on all purchases of $1.00 or more.
MorniiiK delivery leaves store at 9 o'clock for Richmond
and all Streets North.
Afternoon delivery leaves store at 2 o'clock for all Streets
South of Richmond.
Please give us your orders for Morning delivery by 8:30
or earlier, and Afternoon by 1:110 or earlier.
It is our desire to give good service. If you will be kind
enough to assist us in this little request we will appreciate it so
Trusting Hint your groceries will reach you in better con
dition and at an earlier hour than in the past, I am,
C. S, I1UCV
Don'l Miss the Good Times
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
At the Skating Rink
These Dances are given by the
K. & L. of SECURITY
Uverybody is invited to come nnd
spend nu enjoyable evening.
Also every other Monday I; veiling
wo have odl'ii meetiiiL'S and nil nre
welcome to come and enjoy
evening in dancing,
If You Wish to Sell
Property at right prices
list it with us.
If You Waul to Buy
Property at right prices
call and see us.
S. C. Cook
402 N. Jersey Street
Tho l'ortlnnd Garbage Co.
is prepared to remove rubbish
of any naturo from tho resi
dences and business places of
St. Johns nt 75 cents per month
for residences and from busi
ness places at reasonable rates.
Calls made every Saturday.
-enve orders at tne bt. Jonns
lardware, or phone Woodlawn
Suburb calls given prompt
attention day or night. Com
plete auto equipment; no extra
barge: rehned service. Miller
Loam to dance Miss Blanche
Whitman's Dancing School, G10
W. Charleston street; phone
Genuine Hawaiian Ukeleles.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL GHURC
Cor. Richmond and Iranhoe Sit.
Sumlii)' School, 10 A. M,
I'reAchiiiK Service, 11 A. SI. ami
7;!U) 1 M.
ChrUti'iu Itntltsivor, 0:151'. M
I.ailfrs Aid Hushies Meeting
2 I1. M. Second l'riduy of every
l'urltan Club, 8:U0 J'. M. the
l;t Wednesday ol every mouth
Welcome to nil; eeclnlly
Itcv J. T. MItUKII.I., l'attor.
N. JERSEY STREET
GIVE US A CALL
$100 Reward. $100
Tha rwuhm of tii uiHr will bo
ilmnfil to U'mi II mat Uiitm at leant one
(Hruilril ilUt-Hkv tlmt nienco liaa been
uuie to cure in all iu ituKen. ana tnut l
I I'ntnrrh. Hull' Catarrh Cure li the only
' (K'Ullve cure now known to the mdteal
i rraternity. cniurrii twini: a constitutional
. uiieaie, reiuir. a conatltutlonal treat
I ment, Hnll'e Catarrh Cure li taken In
i ternallr, actlnir Uirectly upon the bloo4
nna inui-ou nurrai-ev or tne yitem. mere
' tv "etroi Inir the foundation of the dlf
lniil.llnir up the ronitltutloii and uilstlnt;
, nature in uoinc ua worK. Tiie proprietor
1 have so much faith In (Is curative pow
I ern that they offer One Hundred Dollar
. fur any cue that It fall to cure. Send
for lint of teitlmonlali.
' Addrru: K J CIIK.NKV A CO, Tol.do, O,
i Hold bv all IiruiKlita. Tie.
I Tak lUII'a Family I'll 1 for conillpatlao.
OPPOSITE CENTRAL SCHOOL
Regular Meals now served during noon
hours. Ice Cream iu all the fancy dishes,
Robt. Anderson, Prop.
Helen M. Harper
TEACHER of VIOLIN
Pupil of Frank G. Kicheulaub
Phone Sellwood 1356
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We delivar your goods to and from
all prti of Portland, Vancourar, Linn
ton, Portland and Saburban Exprau
Co., dty dock and all polnta aoctaalbU
W MW PUm a4 trltuni Mvhi
J. R. CHAUNCEY
Expert Watchmaker and Jeweler
Clocks. Watclies. Jewelry and Optical
Goods. All work and goods guaranteed
507 North Jersey St.
ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, ORr.
In order to Insure a chanao of ad
vertisement tho copy for such changs
should reach tMs orfies not later than
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock p. m. Please
Whether it be saw, plane, chisel, hatchet or ship build
ers' or carpenters' tool of any kind, you do not want it
unless it has an edge that will cut. Steel quality is the
first essential in all edged tools, and that is the striking
characteristic of those we sell. Look at them before you
From our stock of builders' hardware you can select just
what you want for making
1 Now is the
To get Photographs
First clan work, prompt service and tho best of pictures.
All work nuaranleed to give satisfaction.
Hand painted picture Riven with a dozen cabinet photos.
Also do enlatKiiiB in Water Colors, Oil, Crayon and Pastel.
frames of oil kinds for sate Call and see our dltplay
ooooooaootoQ4oooo o'Co'Ooo'04a ;
Do You Know
You Can't Beat Us
on quality or price, no matter where you go. We
are determined to keep ahead of nil competitors, and
wo are doing it.
ST. JOHNS CASH MARKET
I M BO DEN
Phone Columbia L2i VVE
I thought I had all the
baby arrived I just had to rearrange thincrs and make room
some way for his clothes. So
and bought a new chiffonier.
was so reasonaDie.
I'd never had a chiffonier
room one saves! And how
Baby's well. Come soon.
P. S. They've just dandy chiffoniers at
H. F. CLARK, the Furniture Man
400-402 S. Jersey St.
If you are a stranger in town read
The Review and get acquainted.
repairs or for use in a
204 N. Jersey St.
htilltls up the hotly, makes
muscles nnd red blood, nnd
I'.ivc htrciiKth. It is neces
sary, therefore, that the
meat yon hny is fresh nnd
of the best quality. Our
market hns only (lie very
best, nnd our prices nre
within reach of nil. Give
ns n call.
109 N, Jersey Street
furniture I needed, but when
I went down to H. F. Clark's
It is a beauty and the price
before. My, what a lot of
convenient I'm troimr to eet