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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1920)
TTherc Is really no comparison
between the ease und thorough
nesi with which nn Hlectric
Cleaner removed dirt and the
difficulty of sweeping.
True, one CAN clean rups anil
carpets without mi electric
cleaner. A broom or carpet
sweeper will brush up SOMK
of the dirt; nnd if you like tha
exercise ami have plenty of time
and strength a broom und carp
ct beater will do the work alter
In the snmc way one can
wash without soap. Water n
lone will remove some illrt if
applied with enough "elbow
Hut people use soap because
it cleans more easily and bcllur
tlwu water nlone.
I'or the same reason people
use Hlectric Cleaners because
they clean more easily and far
better than other methods.
Light & Power Company
Let Me Care for Your Hycs and
Your Eyes Will Care for You
206-7.8 SW(.UANI) 111.1)0.
rilth nnd Wellington Stri-c.U
Main 73li7 I'ortl.ind, Orruiin
Hie Bank Of Commerce
116 North Jersey St.
Huslness concerns and
individuals arc invited to
bank with this institution
under the assurance that
prompt and courteous
treatment with every con
sistent accomodation will
always be extended.
J. R. WEIA1ER
Transfer mid Storage
We deliver goods to and from nil parts
of Port html. Vancouver, l.lumoti mid
sttrroiiudini! country, l'lauo und fiiml
litre moving. Phone Columbia h2.
10y limit llurllngton Street.
THE HUFF STUDIO
204 N. Jtrity Slrttt, St. Johns
rOK riNC PORTRAITS AND VltWS
We niakf cnliirgemcuts any size from
KiMluk lilmt or gHHi I'liotos, no nrusiii
IrMiulngnnd mat cutting, copy old pict
tire. If you Imve anything in tuts nn
hriiiK It to tue for best resiills, A new
l.ljthtlng SyMuin recently Installed.
C A. IIUIT. I'lioloyiaplicr
Mi-t1dil ol St. lohllft IlitvllH! taxt-
and city Hens to ny In Portland chii
muke tlnlr tmyments without tucouveui
t'lire by Mvaillug thi'inwlvis of otir wr
vicr. We Mill iwy Mime mitl M'Ciire you
milpt without Incoiivenlviici' to you
I'ce. 21V Itifvreuces: Anv St. John1
1 1,1 nk IViiinitiilii Title, Abstract nnd
lUntt Co , liv II MeiiderMiu, Miinnger;
Wi North cry Street.
Pioneer in St. Johns
Has NOT Moved
But Will Continue in Business at the Old Stand
Gas, Oils, Supplies, Storage and Repairs
J07 Fesseiiden Street Near Jersey
Portland Manufacturing Co. I
MANl FACTl'KItUS OF
I Panels, Berry Boxes, Coffee Drums, Ex-1
celsior urape Boxes, bgg Case Stock, t
and all kinds of Veneer
FACTORY, FOOT OF RICIIAIOND STREET
I Sunset Cash Grocery
111 Philadelphia Street
Phone Columbia 11-18
I QUALITY SERVICE PRICE
I AN UP-TO-DATE GROCERY STORE
We honestly think our store merits this title. Wv have
dune our lvt to jiutily it. ami we ute constantly ttyiu
Our special Mite 011 Folder's (Golden Onto CofTee whs n
Kratul sittecebs, ami we aaiti offer for Saturday:
Golden Onte Coffee, 1 ll. can liOc
Koyul Club Coffee, 1 II). can (Qc
d ward's Dependable Coffue, 1 lb. can (50c
Sunset Special Coffre, IlBc lb., II for $1.00
Milk is due for a further advance.
Carnation and Uorden'.s Milk, tall, 2 oaus for 2fe, case .f5.7fi
Hardwood Milk, tull, fj cans for 70c, wise fi.fiO
Caroline Milk, tall, H cans JJfie, cttau 5.H0
CROWN KI.OUK, limited, wick
r U . A mm
ruw LKiwvM CUKUsn kt lb , . ;i5c
Canned Good at Low Prices:
blusta Peas, 15c can, G for
Iowa Corn, 18c can, (5 fur ,
Solid Puck Tomatoes. 10c can. (j for. ,
Standard Tomatoes 2 for 2e, (5 for , . , ,
uooth's bardtue Ilk can, 1J for. .
American Sardines, J for
Council Deviled Meat, 5 for. ; . . .
The cutting of the finKor-nails
IB one of thoso little tasks from
which wo arc relieved only by
the irrave. It is comrmlod that
their average growth, in sickness
and in health, is l32nd of an
inch a week, a little more lhan
an inch nnd a half a year. This
rate of growth, however, is
not the same for all the fingers,
the thumb and the little finger
being the ones whoso nails grow
more slowly than the others.
while the middle finger is the
faBtest of the lot. In summer
it has been observed that they
grow duickorthan in winter, and
somo authorities hold that the
nails on the riirht hand lengthen
mord rat)idly than thoso on the
left. In either caso they grow
four times as fast as the nails on
CALL FOK ST. JOHNS IM
In accordance with the pro
visions of Ordinancn No. 37IM7
nnssed by the Council May 19th,
1920, notice is hereby given that
St. Johns Improvement Honda
numbered consecutively '19IJ to
529 Inclusive, dated August 17th,
1912, arc hereby called for re
dumption August 17th, 1920.
The face value with accrued in
terest will be paid upon present
ation of said bonds at the office
of the undersigned on the above
date, the said date being a semi
annual coupon period. From
and after suit! date the interest
on said bunds shall cease.
Date of firnt publication June
CALL FOR ST. JOHNS IM
In accordance witli the pro
visions of Ordinance No. 37!ll(i
passed by the Council May 19th,
192(1. notice is hereby given that
St. Johns Improvement Ponds
numbered consecutively IH9 to
l!)2 inclusive, dated August ,'ird.
1912. are hereby called for ro-
demption August 3rd, 1920.
Tim lace value witli accrued in
terest will bo paid uiion present
ation of said bonds, at the office
of tho undersigned on the above
date, tho said date being a Hem!-
annual coupon period, prom and
after maid date the interest on
said bonds shall cease.
Date of firat publication Juno
8 f-'--'. mH!
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1 1 :ff W3 ''A
408 N. Jersey St.
(Successor to Marry Laird)
IMiono. Columbia G4G
IlitUiiK I'lirilwt'"! tin- Cirn. i M k
o( lUtrv I.mi.l Mii'l i ft tui); l m .kc
my home miikmik you, I miIiciI h pit l
your Mlrcii.i;r itixl kiiHll .ivc u it
mimic iIimI 011 vvrry mW.
SrtturdMy c will Imvc a full line i(
fieuli VtxvUliU IhcIuiIIiik TtMiutoi
ClICIIIIllH'lli, W'M Willi .NOW I'oUtor.
Here arc .1 few reminders for Saturday
(ioliltiii (.itt Collev. I Id. t-aii. . ,Vm-
Unyul Club Colin-. 1 K. ;l lbs. $1 Ik)
IMwrtnU lH'imlMUlv ColKc, l. ,r,.V
litt'Hl AlllvriiHIl lUllff,
Men's Medium Weight Suits.
A large stock of Men's PANAMA HATS,
dozens of light weight Silk Hats.
Light weight Union Suits, Knee Length,
Short Sleeves. Kenosha-Klosed-Krotch cut
like B V D's and regular B V D's.
Thin Hosiery, Oxford Shoes, Tennis Shoes
and White Canvas Evening-wear Shoes and
All these dress accessories will contribute
to- your comfort.
The JANTZEN-KNIT BATHING SUITS; they .are wool and the close-fit
weave that makes swimming easy. Other bathing suits for Men, Women
and Children. And our prices; well, we have priced them in the City and
we know ours are right. Less than several of the stores on the exact
" COOL GARMENTS FOR THE LADIES
Athletic Union Suits and Butterfly garments are gaining daily favor
for summer wear. Smart silk under-things for the thin voile dresses.
The white foot wear that makes you attractive and the white silk hose
that makes you feel well dressed. All these at your own home store.
Tennis Shoes in Black, White, Oxfords and Bals. Emmy Lou's for
Sunday wear; all in Misses and Children's sizes and at prices that are
SPECIAL, because there has been a recent rise of twenty per cent in
these shoes. Our prices do not take this rise. "
Beginning June 9, this store will be closed at noon each Wednesday and
will continue to close at that time during June, July and August.
Saturday, June 19; that's the day; turn out and vote Bonds for school
building, it will mean a new High School for our locality.
MHAM & CURRIER
i lb. isc, a iu i :m . h nfi
Corn. bio. 2 i-ami 3.V , U H
itotn. MtUil )MCk M Muntr. B
cim MV. 8 fur .... Mo KJU4U
iHftli-un Sftnliitm. Srnn 2w
'umpkiii, laro imiw lllc
V4k, early I Mil1 IfV. 0 can ti&c
ltli Wlilte Swp. I lMr 85c
Uowd Wliilf Smii, 10 Iwis 75c
Siiniiy Mun.lay mmji, 10 Iwrt 70e
Old Uuti'li CIvMiiH-r K)r ohm 10e
Orcmo Oil Sunn, 8 Uh Sk
Uuktr IMU, abc .k-. Ux tk
t rt-Miu ill lUtlcy , jk I Ac
tuiii Cvri-Ml. Ituun g&c
Ulack I'm., Isc lit.. 8 It 86
;'iu jsut, as1, a ir. 75c
111 wo, we. i fur 76e
Auieriv4H CIikm. lb $Oc
WV iMve m lU'livj'rv ami If tlieie i
any tiling you ili iitioiie in your onUr
uiul tli Uy will eolloet lieu lie ililiv
R. L. BARTLETT.
L. E. ROSE, Mgr. Men's Dept.
THE ST, JOHNS GARAGE
216 North Jersey St.
Af.t'1 i icd Ford Service Sta
tion. Cojunletc line of Kurd
Paint Your House Now
Our Paints are good and prices
right. We have your kind.
Tires, tubes nnd accessor
'Z I X CARS STORED
Crystol White Soun, 10 Iwrs for 72c
Hob White Soap, 10 burs for , (5c
Sunuy Moiuluy Soap, 10 Iwrs for 70c
Cream Oil Toilet Soup, for , 25c
Dutch Cleanser, por can 10c
Kellogg's llrati, packet , , . ,
Kulston brun, packet , , , ,
Wheat Hearts No. .1, packet
rosi loasttes, tor
KclloRg's Corn 1'lakes, 2 fqr. . .
KcUokk's Krutnbles, 2 for
Ghr. G rou ml Chocolate, lb
Fostum Cereal, packet i0c !
" " Inst, large !i5e ;
Fancy Italian Prunes, 20c lb, 5 for J5c
Faucy White anil Dluck Figs 18c lb', 2 for 35c !
No ... ..t you want
to cle.n whether it's
furniture, floors or clothes,
wc can show you how
to save time and money
There arc many new
compounds on the mar
kct for various cleaning
purposes. Some are very
worthy, others harmful
Profit by our experience. Let
us help you decide what is
bat for your purpose.
Woolley Bros. .
i l . Columbia 690,
J. C, Ch in 1 , i Mrs. II, K, Lowry
24 .ki KillluKvorth .Wuut
,, i Tclrilu.ius WojjdUwH tm C 113!)
Mr. Chambers it tU 04tly O. A, K.
umlctuki i in the oiV' ol turtliul.
lVrM.u..tl ntcutiou and ujwrviion
Kiwn to .itr.iiijjieweiit.
Dr. Nv E. AlcAlister
Paint your automobile now before
the dust comes.
Buy your Lawn Hose and Sprink
lers of us now at last years prices
while they last.
L. SIMMONS & CO., Grocers
601 l'vMcmlcu l'houe Columbia 210
PENINSULA BANK BLDQ.
Ottii-t- flu..., Columbia IIW
St. Johns, Portland, Oregon
Urln in your job printing wMlc
you talnL or It, Oou't wall
Our Building Material prices are
Come and see us
Home Mercantile Co.
209 West Burlington Street
, ST. JOHNS, OREGON
E. W. Hood
Couu!UugMeMiler ol the American
Builder of Automatic Machines
xpert ailvK'c Klvcn on auy
lical. 1027 Qitt St. PortUid
2 Barber Shop &
108 N. Jersey St.
Knights and Ladies of Security
St. Johns Council 2775
KrguUr tmilocM mcctlns lit an J yX Moadayt.
Open mctllnfi to the public tad iueinbr ud
iid tti Mon J. VWlor. nj lurintxri ear
il tally tnvllrd lo attend t Blclrjr HU.
Laurel Lodge, 1, 0, 0,F,
No. inR. fil Jnhni ft mnn m
Sleets each Moulay evening iu Odd i'el
low hall at 7:3o, A cordial welcome to
all visiting brothers.
C V Iahl, N n, Carl Itckman, V. O.
Joe Roberta, Kec. tec. O. V, Morcot, Flu. Sec.
H. V Clark. Treai,
Sf. Johns Camp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
We heartily solicit tho attendance of
our members at our regular meetings
every 2d and 4th Thursday evening.
G. V. Mubni, Irvin Gromacliey, Clerk
Consul. 910 N. Syracuse.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS or PYTHIAS
Meets every I'rldav night at
7;jo o'clock in MCKNIJR
Hall, Visitors always wel-come.
ANDY KRRR. C. C.
Woodmen Of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every Thursday eveuintr in
I. O. O. F. Hall, Leavitt and Jersey
streets. Visitors always welconle.
N. J. Simmooa, C. C. G. M. WortblDgtou. Clerk.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. P. and A. M.
Meets the first and third
Wednesdayof each month
in Masonic Hall. Visi
A.R. Davis, W. M.
A. W. Davis. Secretary.
Minerva Chapter No. 105,0. E.S.
Jieets every s
fourth Tuesilay of each
month in Masonic Hall.
Catherine K Stephen, V. M
Beule V 1'o.t Sec.
UIJ 6. rnnceton street
Willumbia Assembly No. 30O
neeis every Tuesilay at 8 P. M.
M08SE HALL, Burlialtoi Street
Joe Roberts, M. A.
Mary Roberts, Scc'y Pro Tern,