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Bestfor Corns and Bunions too, KORN REMOVER
A safe, painless nnd reliable remedy for hard mul soft corns, bunions niul callouses. Kasy to
ply, causes no pain nmAvqitircs no plasters or bandaging. Put up in clean packages, readv for
and highly recommended where other remedies have failed. 15c sure it is KORN RKMOVKR.
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The Prescription Store
PHDNE COLUMBIA 138
A N 1
At Fair Prices
On Easy Terms
June, the month of wed
dings is also the month when
relatives and friends make
gifts of useful pieces of fur
niture and home furnishings
to the newly weds, therefore
we call particular attention
to our stock of Living Room
and Library Furniture and
Library Tables, price $ 14.75 to $ 40.00
Davenports, " Go.OOto 1G4.00
Overstuffed Rockers, price 30.50 to 77.75
Oak Rockers, "
Fiber Reed Rockers, "
Floor Lamps, "
Portable Elec. Lamps, "
Scrim Curtains (pair)
Body Brussels Rugs,
" 50.00 to
" 100.00 to 125.00
Pay a little down and a
little each week.
Your Credit is Good
The Cash and Carry Grabateria
The Changing Times
The era of Chain Stores came about because a
group of men with large capital could, by starting
stores in different localities increase the outlet of
merchandise emiuatiug from one source.
The Chain Store system is nothing more thau
any other store except the buying part is concentrat
ed at oue 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 than 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 bqlieved that "a word to the wise
The Grabateria Cash and Carry Grocery
SCALES & CURRIER, Inc.
Mrs. E. F. Day of 401 Alta
street has boon viaitinjr rela
tives in Idaho.
Monday was tholontrostdav of
the year and the days will now
begin to shorten.
T. J. Monahan of the local
post offico has been enjoying a
well earned vacation.
Mrs. G. li. Tate la now
asociated with J..K. Gillmorc in
the real estate business.
Mr. and Mrs. Rnnsomo Younir
and children loft for their new
homo at Corvallis Juno lGth.
Bnllard E. Webb and sister,
miss Minnie, oi iort Stevens.
arc Kiiests at the home of their
uncle, J. L. Caldwell.
rno anr nors eortn n v wenr
beautiiul and striking uniforms
iney have all been linvinir a
wonderful time this week.
Miss Florence Davis is home
for her vaeat on from Emiene,
where she had been teach inir the
past year in the high school.
t St . , a
in. a. ucc is nitu nir n un
"early trnrden planted ate" on
Jersey street between Dr. Jones
offico and tho'Tin House."
bt. .Johns has been rather a
quiet district this week, a large
part or the population attending
the icstivtttos in l'ortland.
Geo. M. Hall cut uuito a trash
in his hand while suliUlnir wood
last Saturday. It Is getting
along in good shape, however.
Miss Mary Snodriin of Suit
Lako City is visiting Miss Flor
once Davis at 115 West Hiichnnan
street. Miss Sneddln is a high
The dedication services of the
church edifice of the Christian
church wore largely altendod last
Sunday. An interesting pro
gram was given.
Mrs. W. S. I'ricu and children
and Mrs. E. G. Lalrcck of Ho
ijuiarn, Wash., are guests at the
homo of Mrs. r. is. larr, alio
North Central avonue.
Tho Ilov. Fathor Hyacinth.
pastor ot St. Clement's Catholic
church, has. gone to Chicngo,
where ho was called on account
of tho illness of his mother.
The St. Johns Community Club
will not meet noxt week, ha ing
been postponed until lator. the
date of which will bannnouncod
in next week's Kovlow.
A. C. Gosler, formorly a well
known furniture doalor of St.
Johns, and now engaged in the
Bamo business at Centralia,
Wash., was visible on our
Fred Thompson, an employe
of the Western Cooperage Co..
had tho misfortune to have his
foot mashed by a block falling
upon it. Ho is confined to his
home at lUiu 3. Leonard street.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cannon and
Earl Baldsvin of Vancouver,
Wash., and Mr. Brooks and Mrs.
Minnie Schreoder of Vador,
Wash., visited at tho homo of
John Beaver. 1010 S. Leonard
Portland surely has on gala
attire this week in honor or the
Shriners' Convention and tho
Hose Festival. Never has it
looked more beautiful and the
crowds are immense. It is prob
ably the biggest and best week
I'ortlano. has yet experienced.
Mr. and Mrs, D. Tallman
arrived In St. Johns Sunday
evening from Freoport, New
York, where they have been lor
tho naat four yoara. They are
lad to get back to good old bt.
Johns, and have again taken up
their residence at their former
homo, 316 South Syracuse.
They say that he who keops
silent is soon forgotten; that he
who does not advanco soon falls
back; that he who ceaso3 to
grow greater becomes smaller;
that it costB more now to Jive
than it ever did in the world be
fore, but then it's worth more,
don't you know. Ex.
Ladies, come and take the car
in front of the St. Johns Hard
ware at 9 a. m. sharp next Mon
day. We will go to Mrs.DeLizers
at Vancouver, Wash., to -attend
the W. C. T. U. meeting. Mrs.
J. C. Scott will read a paper on
"Spiritual Christianity in Our
Union." Uring sandwich. ue-ported.
Glen Grice and wife of Mob-
cow, luano, ana snerui jonn u
Woody of that place motored to
Portland the first of the week
to take in the big week here.
Mr. Grice is the son of Thos.
Grice, the local undertaker, and
is engaged in the undertaking
business at Moscow. He reports
crops in the nnest possible
Bring in your news items.
Ladies' gymnasium class will
meet next Thursday evening,
July 1st, at Y. W. C. A.
One-third of all tho undeveloped
wntorpower in the United Stntes
is in the Columbia Kiver basin.
Oregon leads the west in the
manufacture of woolens and pro
duces the nnest wool in tlieuni
Pupils taken In physical cul
turc. Class to start at once. For
particulars call phone Columbin
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hyde of
Newberg.Or.. nnd Mr. and Mrs.
Asa Hyde of Montnna have moved
to bt. Johns.
ror our part, whenever we
see a woman with $1000 worth
of fur on we wonder who tho
husband skinned. Dallas News.
Life is like a game of whist.
I don't enjoy tho game much,
but I like to play my cards well
and see what will bo the end of
it. George Eliot.
Mrs. Nellie Summers of Spok
ane, Wash., is a guest at the
homo of her sister, Mrs. C. E.
lookout. 506 N. Jorsov street.
She will remain here a week
. Mrs. Emma McQuiston of
Wichita. Kan., is the guest of
her sister. Mrs. C. B. Smith on
Olympia street. She will upuml
John Chnmherlin nnd son Ihiv-
mo ml of Flat Hock, Mich., are
the guests of Mr. Chnmborlin's
sister, Mrs. G. M. Pennock, at
310 W. Buchanan streot.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Johnson and
two children motored down from
Gooding, Idaho, and were the
guosta of Dr. and Mrs. E. P.
Borden on Chicago street for a
few (lays this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey.
Hay B. Walls and Dan William
son motored to WhitoSalmon last
Saturday, returning Tuesday af
ternoon. '1 hey had an enjoyaulo
timo fishing for trout.
lfvnn liiivn viuitnrn nf vnur
home extend tothoin tho courtesy Catlin street.
of having tho fact published in For Kent Two
the homo paper. Tell tho editor
about it. He will appreciate it,
and so will your guontw.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Sloncr
and daughter, Miss Lconn, of
Independence are guests at the
home of Lewis Simmons, tho well
known rcssonden stroot grocer.
Mr. Sloper is a prominent hop
growor of Independence.
A Young Peoples Class will bo
conducted every Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A.
club rooms, beginning next Sun
day, Juno 27th. All young poo-
lie not attending other classes
The school levy carried by a
wide margin and St. Johns can
expect n handsome new hiuh
school ns a result. St. Johns.
weboliovo. gavotho largest per
centage of any district in its
avor. Messrs. bhull and Wood
ward were elected directors by a
good sized plurality.
W. W. ROGKRS
T1I15 RAINCOAT MAN
KHAKI PANTS. HOGEHS.
Everything in Sweets nnd Soft
Drinks at Bigelow's Sweetshop.
Men's HATS 75c up. HOG
EHS. Wanted - To sell house nnd
lot on North Ivnnhoe. Will ac
cept good auto ns first payment
Address "K." this office. 3-;
Children cry for HOGEHS
Practical nurse wants confine
ment cases. Call 010 W. Char
leston street. 33
Children's Stockings !5c am
llavo you tried our Vogan's
and Homer Chocolates at Blge
low's Sweet Shop?
Men's Fine I10S1EHY. HOG
Four feet slab wood for sale.
Call Columbia '111. 36
Wear HOGEHS' WORK
Leave orders for your wintor'a
wood at Uillmorc's, 1134 N. Jer
Jersey cow for sale. Call 238
W. Tyler street.
Men's NIGHT SHIRTS SI. GO
up, ?2.0U Down. HOGEHS.
Lost Wednesday morning.
bank hook containing four sack
needles, file nnd car tickets.
Mnder leave at St. Johns Cash
Men's SUITS $25.00 up. HOG-
For Sale -Six room house, cen
trally located, 12 fruit trees,
moat all boaring, lot fiOxlOO.
Call or address -121 E. Mohawk.
WORK SHOES 3.85. HOG
EHS. For Salo Four room house,
lot COxlOO. all kinds of fruit.
$1200; terms. Owner G10 W.
rooms, rcHsounhle. Cull '121 East
I've a bargain in FAT MAN'S
pants, f2 inch waist. ROGERS.
Real Estate Bargains
fur ShU1 New ! room Iioum?. Till
llnec it kirii'tly minium mul li'i full
IwMiiienl, JROOe4li, Imlmuu.' f'M jier
month liivItnlliiK iuleit-kt.
7 room Ikmim!, iiMxleni. full Immi
mviit, i-mieHl wall. Till plw-e I n
Infill at Jt70Q wiwtuy trniu ike it.
R riKiiu etrictly iimkIitii Ikiiih.Imhu.
tiful corner lot, river view. Tliu i
one u( the Itt-tt In St. John I'tix
?:M0O, MM, Iwlmtte SO K.r month
sc E. II. TENNANT
613 least Chicago Street
-How about yours? Suppose
you had tucked away $2.00 every
week for the past year. You
could have that trip back to see
the folks or get away from the
grind by spending your vacation
in the mountains or down at the
Why not start now to plan
for NEXT YEAR'S VACATION?
We pay interest on Savings Ac
counts. .You can start with
Member Federal Reserve System
Our sales are getting better each (lay ns we bring In more .special at
deeper cut prices, mid our stock- is Mirely being reduced
Close Out Specials This Week.
Men' Straw Halt, fcelliiiK in l'ortluml fur fi.00 now nt fl.M
Itiljtk' Until, l.'ifi vmUu-, now at .U6
Melt's White rtM Shirt, worth J2.0Ot wlitileMile, to lw c!ot!l nut now at 1.00
Shinola iieU , !
9000 vartls n.m broidery it ml ItiMrtlun, nt old wlwltwtlit uricet Sic. flic, Ik'
100 l'lerceil I'uion Suit VIA in 2.7ft vulue, now at 2.00
1 lot Children'. Giujjbum IHmm. 1.26 vulue, now at .6
Meu' HaU f'i.OO, 'AM, 8.150 In fi.OO
Men'k OvewlU K.I0. 2 76, 3.00 jwir
Ignites' l'tlt Slipiwrs , l.Kfi value, now at .05
1 lot of IMim.' Middy lllou. , 2.60 value, now at I.W
All 4 fold Yarn ...........worth Hie wholeaalv, now at 'M
Adjutuble Kidditt Car 7. 3.00 valuv, now t 2 25
.Mim stcuool SiiottS .i.uu vniutf, now hi .i.ui
Men' Suo , 7.TA) value, now ut
Men's Shoes COO value, now at
Men's Shoes , ,,, 6.60 value, now at
1 lot of Niehott kimm. 7.60 value, ifow at
" N'iekoff itboM 0.60 alue. now at
Men's Heavy Wool Shirts, 4.60 value, now at 3.00
Heavy Knitting Yarn 1.16 value, mm at .Wl
Saxouy Yarn 86 value, now at
Meu' Heavy Socks ; '40 value, now at
Men'k Heavy Socks , 10 value, now at
Meu's Heavy Socks CO valuu, mw at
Men' Cottou Socks ., ise to
Heavy Coat Sweater .... , ,,, ,,, lQ vjluu, uuw ut 1.16
Heavy O loves 2.W vjbIh. uour at 1.60
Heavy Comforters , , fJX) value, now at 3.7C
Good Broom .09
Meu's Drea 1'anti S.8ft to 8.
Itoy's Summer Under Drawers and Shirts , 4ft)
CoUmbia and Silko Crochet Thread 12ic
1 Ut Drem I'ssteuers, 4 Doc, '0c value 2Kc
Men's Cotton Oloves.per jwir 16c, 30c. 36c
Ely's Cash Store
113 We Burlington Street
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AND PIG TIGHT.
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THKHK AKK DIFFKKKNT QUAUTIF.S OF WIKK FKNC
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AND GAKDKNi IT ADDS SO MUCH TO THK LOOKS OF
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St. Johns Hardware Co.
The Winchester Store
Phone Columbia 35 j
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
Fresh Buttermilk Daily
BUTTER yiAD COTTAGE CHEESE
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
The STtradivara Shop
202 N. Jersey St.
St. Johns Auto Transit
For Hire Cars. Any Place any Time.
St. ifoluiH Torinlnnl mul Llnittoit Trips
Stand iiiHl A'orti Jovxuy Struut, St, .oin.s
OOODCAHS CAKHPUI DIUVKKS PRICKS RIGHT
Phone Columbia 308,
condition all along the way.