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PHONE COLUMBIA 138
$1 ,00 Week
We have' a large stock of
Seamless Tapestry Brussells
Rugs in sizes 83xl0 and 9x12
which we are offering at
prices considerably lower
than the present market
values. Don't hesitate to
buy your rug this spring, the
price of Rugs will be higher
8 W 2 paUcm 0rietlign $37.50
83xl0 small all over figure 41.00
83xl0 Floral design . 42.00
9x12 IIighSpire(seamcd)special 30.00
9x12 " 35.00
9x12 small tan and green figure 37.50
9x12 small tan and red figure 37.50
9x12 small nil over figure. 42.00
9x12 small figures, 4 patterns 49.50
Your Credit is Good
The Cash and Carry Grabateria
The Changing Times
The era of Clfain Stores came about because a
group of nieiTwIth-large capital could, by starting
a m m "a a . . if . I t
. stores mqmerent localities increase tne outlet oi
merchandise ennnatiug trom one source.
The Chain Store system is nothing more than
any other store except the buying part is concentrat-
' ed at one place. The buyers for these stores have
their headquarters at the source of production and
they buy direct'from the packer or the producer
It goes without saying that a buyer who can buy
the same sort of merchandise for several hundred
stores can command a better price thau a buyer for
just one store.
The secret of advantageous grocery prices in St,
Johns is this ability to buy in connection with many
other stores. That is- why you have had established
by this store better prices than prevail almost any
where in Portland.
Coupled with this buying capacity, the activity
of the owners, the acquaintance with the locality be
cause of our long residence here ought to convince
any one that we can do business at less cost than the
We always believed that "a. word to the wise
The Grabateria Cash and Carry Grocery
SCALES & CURRIER, Inc.
Ice cream cones wcro first in
vented and made in Oregon.
The only worsted mill west of
tho Ohio Kiver is in Oregon.
Mrs. A. L. Smock has returned
from a pleasant sojourn at Wasco.
Tho quality of flax grown in
Oregon equals that of Belgium.
Fifty percent of tho hops
grown in tho United States aro
produced in Orogon,
Tho Polico Masonic team will
put on tho third dngreo at Doric
lodgo hall this, Friday, evening.
Mrs. Peter Both and daughter,
Dorothy, linvo been visiting
friends in Olympin and Tacomn.
Cleanup Week wns pretty gen
ornllv observed in St. JohnB and
much rubbish was cither burned
Horron & Lovely of Portlnnd
have purchased tho Pastime
billiard and soft drink parlor on
North Jorsoy strcot.
Mr. Hoes, tho photographer.
underwent an operation Inst
week and his friends trust ho
will soon bo nround ngain fully
restored to health.
T. F. LovotiB returned last
week from n trip to Bollinghnm,
Mt. Vernon, Tncomn and othor
Washington points. He reports
everything in flourishing con
dition up that way.
Miss Edna Hollcnbeck. aftor
finishing a moat successful term
of school ut Weston, hua return
cd to-her homo here. Sho will
tench in tho James John High
tho next term.
Doric Lodgo and tho Eastorn
Star members of St. Johns will
attend tho Stnto Masonic picnic
Monday on tho uito of tho now
Masonic homo at Forest Grovo.
Special trains will leave fre
quently and it is anticipated a
urge number will attond.
Mr. and Mrs. DoBovcr. three
children and Mrs. DoBovcr's
father loft Wednesday of last
week for Belgium and oxpoct to
bo cono for about a year, lhoy
resided on tho Smith farm in
North St. Johns, which placo
Mr. and Mrs. Van will occupy,
inving purchased tho stock.
It is said that A. A. Muck re
ceived tho Democratic nominn-
ion for County Commissioner.
There wns no candidato on tho
Democratic ballot for this office
and a numbor of Mr. Muck's Do
mocrntic friends wroto in his
nnmo to show thoir appreciation
of tho work ho hns accomplished
during hlsprcaont term of off ico.
Tho St. JohnB Community Club
will meetat (he Methodist church
noxt Tuesday evening instead
of tho high school, as was planned
at tho last meeting. Tho ladies
of the church have signified
their willingness to servo a din
perat 7 o'clock in tho basement
of the church, aftor which tho
business meeting and an interest
ncr nrocram will tako place. A
argo attendance ia desired.
Tho Eighth Annual meeting
of tho Pioneers of St. Johns will
meet at tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Chinman tho second
Tuesday of Juno, 8, 1920, at 2:30
p. m. It is to bo hoped that
overy member win no in attenu.
anco to mako this 'meeting tho
very best of the series. Tho
meeting placo has been changed
from Mrs. J. C. Scott's on ac
count of ill health. Mrs. A. J.
As an illustration what an adv.
in the Review will do, a lady in
ortland called up recently and
asked that we send her several
- ail trti . rl t
copies oi tno ueview. inis waa
done, and last week sho called
n this office and suited that she
dad secured a property here
throuch an adv. therein, and
also a neighor to whom sho had
shown the paper had also bought
a property hero which she saw
advertised in this paper. The
Review has been responsiblo for
many realty sales.
Of the thee candidates from
St. Johns only one was successful
Dow Walker, as Republican
delegate to the Republican Con
vention at Chicago. Mr. Muck
was defeated for County Com
missioner nomination by a very
small margin. In fact it is said
mri ho succeeded in getting one
mora vote in each voting precinct
he would have been nominated.
n emte of the attitude of some
of the Portland press he made a
splendid run. D. C. Lewis for
State Senator also made a good
run and was not far behind the
Memorial Day services will take
place at the M. E. church Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock. Civil War,
Spanish War and World War vet
erans cordially mviteu. special
Mrs. A. J. Hanson has been
spending several weeks with
friends in Pasadena, Cal.
Bids havo been received for
grading and sldowalking Kellogg
street from Rono to St. Johns
Tho threo street car measures
failed to carry by a wide margin.
An eight cont tare is now a pro
bability, It is said.
Remember Community Club
dinnor in tho basement of tho
Methodist church next Tuesday
evening at 0:30. Plates 75c
Precinct No. 20GS of St. Johns
made a rdcord in counting the
ballots last Friday night. There
wns 144 votes cast and tho night
bonrd completed its count at 5:20
Troop 70, Boy Scouts of tho
NortI Schoo . Ed. Galloway.
Scout-mnstcrv enjoyed an outing
at Hnnny Valioy. going Snturdny
afternoon and returning tho
following afternoon. Thoy had
a bit' timo and tho way they dis
posed of tho food was not slow.
C. N. Bransch is moving to
Estncuda, and is planning to leave
today. Ho owns a large body of
timber near thoro which con
tains over twenty-five million
feet and ho is arranging to in
stall a mill and cut off tho tim
ber. Mrs. John Brooks, who had
been residing at Topponish.
WubIi.. for some time, is a guest
at tho homo of her paronts, Mr.
andMrs.-W. R. Hollonheck. Al
ter hor visit hero sho will go to
Pendleton, where her husband
has accepted n good position on
ono of tho papors there.
Tho following is tlm program
for Momorial services on Mon
day, May 31st: I'ormntion of
parado on Jorsoy and Philadcphin
streets at 0:30 a. in. Tho G. A.
R. comrades will lead, followed
by tho W. R. C. and Ladies of
tho U. A. it. and school cini-
dron. March south on Phila
delphia to public squaro; ex
orcises na per General Ordors.
Aftor oxerc'scs march to Wo
men's Relief Corp's hall, whero
tho following program will bo
rendored: Song, Americn; in
vocation by tho chaplain, Daniel
Drow; music by Wontz orches
tra; reading by Mrs. Geo. Hall;
music, orchestra; reading, Mrs.
Robinson: music, orchestra;
address by Comrado Self; march
to G. A. R. Hall for dinner.
Boys Elkhido Shoes. ROGERS.
Furnished Room to rent for
ono or two gontlemon. unii ar
ter 5 o'clock week days or Sun
days; 418 E. Tylor strcot.
Strnved Threo Golden Pheas
ant hens strayed from homo of
J. S. McKinney. A reward
of $2.50 each will bo paid for
tho return of tho birds. J. a.
McKinney, 307 E. Mohawk
Cards of thanks notices nrd
charged for at tho rato of fifty
conts each. Persons desiring to
havo such notices published
should make a noto of this.
W. W. ROGERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
Dress SHIRTS. ROGERS.
Good cow for sale. Call 1040
TROUT FISHING HIP
Willie tnoy last, five prong
cultivator, special priced $1.00
each. Sco window display
at. Johns linrdwaro Co.
ROGERS' SPECIAL is some
Gardens cultivated and liar
rowed; also rubbish hauled away
Phono Columbia 511.
Mon's Night Shirts $1.50 up
For Sale Fivo room modern
house, $1750. somo terms. Cal
808 North Ivanhoo street. L.
C. Woir. 29
WORK PANTS. ROGERS.
FoundGood ring. Owner
con havo same by calling at tho
American Shoo Shop, proving
property and paying for ndv.
My cool UNDERWEAR won't
rip nor tear, $1.25 up. ROGERS.
Save timo in tho garden. Uso
n Hall Wheel Cultivator.with fivo
tools. $5.75. Seo window dis
piny. St. Johns Hnrdwaro Co.
Cool WORK II ATS 75c. ROG
Found. Tucsduy morning-
Pocket knifo with koy ring and
four keys attached. Owner call
Dress HATS $2.50 up. ROG-
Wuntcd Two gentlemen room
ers, will also provide breakfast
if desired. Uso of tho homo in
tho ovenings. Call 413 Oswego
PANAMA HATS $2.00, $2.50.
Wontod-A janitor for tho St.
Johns Library. Call, or phono
Mons SHOES. ROGERS.
For Snlo Columbia Grafonola
cost $120, will sell cheap; sing
er sewing machino; 'JKlz rug
at 9 15 N. Central.
WORK SHOES $3.85 up. ROG
Wnnted to Buv A anrniro:
must bo in good condition; size
at least 10x18 feet. Address
22 S. Ivanhoe street.
Who is ROGERS?
For finln Red Davennort in
good condition: also rangowith
oils. b'Si a. Jersey street.
Children's Barefoot SANDAL.
Wanted Modern G or 7 room
houso near car line. Small pay
ment down, rest like ront. Colum
HOSIERY and SOCKS. ROG
Vmi will find that our lines of Mdse. are becomlnc more broken and
as this is the case, we cut the prices accordingly to move them, which
gives a continued line of bargains. Anyone wishing to buy large quan
tities I will ulve the wholesale prices. Later will offer the fixtures for
sale, as I expect to retire from business after over 33 years.
A Fow IJiivunliiH Montlonud Holaw to Coho Out
3000 yards IJmbrolilery and Insertion, at old wholesale prices 31c, Clc 9c
100 I'leeced I'nlon Suits f2.25 to J2.76 value, now at 2.00
1 lot Children's GinKuam Dresses 1.25 value, now at ,85
Men' Hat- 2.00, 3.00, 3.50 to 6.00
Men'i Overalls , . W'tyt lmJr
Ladles' I'elt Slir 1-25 value, now at .95
1 lot of Ladles' Mldtly mouses S.WJ value, now ai i.ou
All 4 lom yarn , wuiui tiy; whuhmii:, nun .
Adjustable Kiddie Car 3.00 value, now t
Ladies' Patent Leather Slippers 5.00 value, now at
Misses School Shoes 4.00 value, now ot
Men's Shoe 7.D0 value, now at
Men's Shoes COO value, now at
Men's Shoes 5.60 value, now at
1 lot of Niehotf Shoes 7.60 value, now at
Nlrlrnff Shoes 6.60 value, now at
Men's Heavy Wool Shirts ftM value, now at J3.C0
IImvv KnlttliiL' Yarn 1.15 value, now at .85
Saxony Yarn 35 value, now at
Men's Aciuapelle Pants... 4.00 value, now ut
Men's Heavy Socks 30 value, now at
Men's Heavy Socks 40 value, now ot
Men's Heavy Socks , CO value, now at
Men's Cotton Socks 15c to 50c
Heavy Coat Sweaters , 1.50 value, now at
Heavy Gloves 2.25 value, now at
Heavy Comforters 5.00 value, now at
ilrvi TlrrVitti . ........
Meu's Dress Pants J3.85 to J8.25
Boy's Summer Under Drawers and Shirt 45c
Columbia and Silko Crochet Thread Ifjc
1 Lot Dress listeners, 4 Doz, '0c value
Men's Cotton Gloves.per pair 5c, iw, iM
Ely's Cash Store
113 W. Burlington Streetl
Among the famous belts of the world not one ImsIwbii associated
with events of so great Import to humanity as the Liberty lloll. Its
prophetic inscription; Us appeal to the people to nsscmbU for the re.
dress of their grievances; its defiant clangor that memorial day of
the Proclamation of our Independence; its joyous pealing over tlm
completed work of the American Revolution, and 1U lint tolling avr
the dead of the nation, gives its story an nbldihg interest to the na
tion ami the world.
A miniature reproduction of this famous bell in
the form of a savings bank wfll be given with
every new Savings Account opened at our bank
before July 4th, 1920.
Let this Liberty Bell Bank be a means toward
establishing your financial independence, by as
sisting you to acquire tho habit of systematic
Thrift and Economy.
Wo want every child in St. Johns to havo one of
these Liberty Bells, which is the most appropri
ate type of Homo Savings Bank for all free
OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY AND
GET ONE OF THESE BEAUTIFUL LIBERTY
BELL BANKS WHILE THEY LAST.
Peninsula National Bank
Member Federal Reserve System
mm1 J i
and we hit the
WE I1UY T1IK I1KST HAUUWXHK IN TIIK LAND.
THIS IS WHY WK SKLL TIIK I1KST IIAKDWAKK IN TIIK
WE BUY FOR TIIK LOWEST I'KICK. WK SKLL FOR
THE LOWEST I'KICK. WE WOULD KATIIKK DO A JUG
HUS1NESS FOR A LITTLE PRICK THAN A LITTLE HUS
INESS FOR A HIG PRICK.
WHEN HUNTING FOR ANYTHING IN TIIK HARDWARE
LINE. COME TO OUR STORE. YOU WILL FIND IT.
OUR HARDWARE IS TIIK IlKSTi IT STANDS TIIK TEST.
St. Johns Hardware Co.
The Winchester Store
Phone Columbia 35
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
Fresh Buttermilk Daily ,
Phone Columbia 659
We carry a full line of Edison Blue
Records and Disk Records to play on all
machines, also full line of Phonograph
202 N. Jersey St.
FOR HIRE CAR
Any Time, Any Place
Highway and Special Trips, St. Johns Terminal
A.T. 0. HASKINS, Stand, Jersey and AJta Ss.