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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1920)
Here's is Where You Get Your
We have the Quality and plenty
for the money
A full line Meats, Fish, Poul
try and Eggs
Remember the place. Come in and get our prices
Successor to Sclilcsscr Ilros.
113 N. Jersey Stroot
Phone Columbia 683
St. Johns Auto Transit
For Hire Cars.
Any Place any Time.
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Stimtl UUll Sitvth ,Ivrsvy St root, St ,JoIiiih
OOOI) CARS C UHIM I. DltlVI KS l'KICUS IUOIIT
Office Phone Columbia ISOS Res, IMionc Columbia 1M(!
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
Fresh Buttermilk Daily
BUTTER yilD COTTAGE CHEESE
Phone Columbia 659
For the Pack
Wc wfll buy all we can et at the A1ARKET PRICE
Pcnr.s nnd Apples, wc will Imv ittitl sell to people who want them
(or home tisc. I.ct us know at once how many you have.
202 N. Jersey Street
Office Phone Columbia 821 Residence. Phone Columbia 1177
Portland Manufacturing Co.
Panels, Berry Boxes, Coffee Drums, Ex
celsior Grape Boxes, Egg Case Stock,
and all kinds of Veneer
FACTORY, FOOT OP RIC1IA10N1) STREET
Mrs. Wm. Maples of 1031 S.
Syracuse street while putting
up pickles last Wednesday, Au
gust 24th, was greatly surprised
to see a number of her friends
coming in her back door, each
one carrying a suspicious look
ing package. When she inquired
the cause of such curious behav
ior, she was informed that it
was her birthday and she was
forthwith invited to attend her
own birthday party. Every one
had a lovely time. Mrs. Maples
received a numberof useful pres
ents. Thoso present were Mrs.
C. M. Toole. Mrs. F. E. Farr,
Mrs. Joe Miller, Mrs. H. Kinch,
Mrs. Emma Knowles, Mrs. Ellen
Shaw, Mrs. Wm. Shaw, Mrs. J.
Keliher, Mrs. J. Evans, Mrs. D.
A. Wright, Mrs. II. S. Lindley,
Mrs. Derm Patterson, Mrs. Lewis
Likens, Mrs. V. Grow, Mrs. J.
I E. Grow. Mrs. L. W. Hichter,
Mrs. J. G. Helms, Mrs. Hornon,
Misses Ida Maples, Martha Ma
ples, Mern Lindloy, Katharine
Kichtec, Thelma Miller, Edward
Abertsoh, Kobert Patterson,
Charles Grow, Billy Likens.Lau
rotta Grow, Dotty Likens. Re
II is easy enough lo he happy
When IIIV is n hrhjlil, rosy
Hut the mini worth while
Is the iiuin who am .smile
When the dentist is rilling his
- New York Times.
Iiccmi.se the largest livestock
exposition building in the world
Is still not large enough to ac
commodate its Portland busi
ness 'Munitions arc being
nuiiii ''I additions lo the
Pacific it r' mal structure
in North Poi ' ; ground
is now being lilli that
Notice of Meeting of County Board '
Notice In lifii'liv l'Ivcm that on M ii
iluy, .September 11120, the llonr.l of
!ttmiitiiiuii oi aitiiinoiimii Louniy win
attend hi tne twice oi uic county ak
or. lit the Court Houms In Portland, mid
publicly examine the iicMuiciit roll
(or the year 1U2U, mill correct nil errors
In vnlimtloii, ilcHcrlpUon or UtlitlcM ol
lands, lot or other irucrty, nswsM'il by
the County AweMKir. Anil it iliall be
the duty ol eiMiii Ititercnteil lo npixnr
in llie tune nun piuce npiiointeii. ill
kIiiiII iipiieiir to hitch Hoard of Itiitmlirit
lion 1 1 in t there nre utiy IiiiiiIh or lots or
oilier ioeriy ioucutl twice, or incor
recti nMit'Meil n to ilct.criptlon or itmn
tity, mill In the inline of a person or er
sons nut tile owner tliereol. or attcMtctl
nniler or beyoml the actual catb value
thereof, Mild llonril imiy iniike projicr
com-cllon of the Mine. If it uliull up-
pour to Mich Hoard thut any liuul. lots or
oilier pnjcrty iivMhlc by the Avscmk
are not iihm)hm.'h, such lio.inl miaii m.cm
the mine at the full e.ih value tluicot.
IIKNItV It. UltHI),
I'ortlauil, Oregon, Auguat 20. 11)20 It.
Residents of .St. John havluu taxes
anil city lieu to mv in 1'ortl nut can
make tiieir iMyiuenu without lueouveiil
receipt without Incoiiveuieiire to you
4 4. 4ff4 l H
S ' New Patterns m Staple Fabrics ' I
I I YARNS t I
The fall materials arc arriving and arc being placed on dis
play. The Dress and Suit Fabrics arc selected with the view of
having a variety of patterns and colors in moderate yardage so that
if one dress is purchased from n piece the buyer need not have any
fear that the particular pattern will be extensively worn in the
The new wash materials arc attractive and the dyes more de
pendable than they were a vear ago. Devonshires, Ginghams and
Percales arc popular for House Wear and School Dresses.
The new yitrus arc now stock
ed and the colors more ntltiring
tlinn ever. Knitting is still n
becoming occupation besides be
in a productive industry.
Ve Imvc priced these yarns at
five cents per ball less than the
prevailing price over town.
Yott wilt soon be considering
making your home more home
like by freshening the windows
with new curtains. Your home
store has provided a selection of
Scrims, Mraquizcttcs and Swiss
that wilt do the trick of homey-uess.
Most people use up blankets
and comforters for outing pur
poses during the summer and re
quire new bed clothing for fall.
And these too can be supplied at
your home store at proper prices.
tiucc by iiviilliuu tlii'inn'lviH of our ser
i'. we will iwy miiiic uinl Hvcurc jviir
Any St. John
llauk, IV'iiltiktila Title, Abstract anil
Really Co., by II. IIvikUtmmi, Mutineer;
102 North Jersey Street.
J. W. BOTTOM
If you have not bought that School Suit tltat will
make your boy glad to associate with his fellows at
school you have made n mistake, But our stock is
still complete and you may redeem yourself.
MEN'S HATS AND CAPS
In making our purchases of these head wearables
we have stayed close to the moderate prices. Our en
deavor is to get the very best article wc can to sell at
prices that arc moderate. The new stock for fall is
here and wc can fit you.
WHAT IS YOUR TIME WORTH
Most anybody's time is worth at least twenty-five cents
an hour now and from that on up to $1.75. It takes two
hours to make the trip to the city and back. If your time
is worth the smaller sum it means just half a dollar. Your
carelare is 16c. When you add these items to the cost of
your goods bought in the city, do you save anything? We
do not think so: not when you can obtain almost any of
your needs in St. Johns and many of them under the
prices you pay in the city.
We mean this statement not only for our store but for
any store in our district.
SUNSET CASH GROCERY
111 Philadelphia .Street Phone Col. 1148
tnu proori-ssivu stow: always leading
(living Hotter Values, Hotter Service, Lower Prices
CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, LABOR DAY
Pure Cane Fruit Sugar 10 lb. - $Os
Otir Price is Always Right, and Our Weight is Always Correct
Host Oregon llartlott Pears, Hox '. $1.75
Hest Oregon (iravenstoin Apples, Hox 1.75
Hall (Mason Jars, Qts 93c Doz.
Extra Thick Jar Riugs,2 Doz. 15c, Oood Jar Rings, Doz 5c
BONHAM & CURRIER I
L. E. ROSE, Mgr. Men's Dept.
Vim Flour, 4 lbl. Suck . . .
Crown Flour, '4 hb. Sack . . .
Hear llrutul l-'lotir, '4' I11 Sack
1 t 1
. . 11.15
Hlg Drop in COFFEE PRICES, All the Leading Brands Coffee
Golden Gate.OoUleu West.M. J. H.,Uova! Club, Schilling's, 53c lb., 3!b $1.60
Dependable nnd Royal Club Coffee, 50o lb , Ulb 1 .J7
Sunset Special Ulend, 30c lb., 3 lbs jyj
Royal Ureakfast Wend, ,J0o lb. 2 lbs .' .75
We stand behind ever pound of coffee we sell; money cheerfully refunded if not .satisfactory to you.
California Head Rice. 13c lb., Reg. 15c Value, 2 lbs c
Wue Rose Head Rice, 17c lb,, Reg. 20c Value, 3 lbs f,0c
Small White lleaus, 3 lbs. 25c, 13 lbs q qq
Pure White Curve Cut Macatoni, 10c lb., U lbs !!!.'.h.OO
New U. C. Toasted Corn I'lnkcs, pkg. 10c, 0 Pkgs 55c
KcIIokr s Corn l-'Iakes o ni,-- nc0
Post Toasttes (new pack) . - rftgOi db
Puffed Wheat Mc, 3 for .10o
Puffed Rice 17c, 3 for ' r0c
Shredded Wheat 15c. 0 Pkgs. for Sfc
FANCY SWEET WATERMELONS - Uoclb.
4 10c Packages Leslies Table Salt, only 25C
While the lot lusts, no mote to be had at Jthe pi ice
THP c?"'? Centrally Located on Philadelphia Street. Masonic Block.
I HI: SUNSET is Absolutely Dependable. Shop there and Save Money.
THE ST. JOHNS GARAGE
216 North Jersey St.
Auth wed Ford Service Sta
tion. Complete line of Ford
parts in stock.
Tiros, tubes a ml accessor
Welding, Brazing nnd Ra
I'lione Columbia 690.
j. O. CImiuKts Mrs. II. R, I.owry
2JS-2S0 KilliiiKsworth Avenue
Telc4kucs. Woodluwu 3306 C 1133
Mr. Chambers is the only O. A, R.
uiuImuWt iu the city of rortlaml.
IVimimI atlcntion and sucrvisioti
given to urrauj;emciits.
Dr. N. E. AlcAlister
PENINSULA BANK BLDG.
Oftioc VhoHc Columtl 254
Rt.ultncc t'lK tic 31 305
St. Johns, Portland, Oregon
Urtas In your Job printing while
TOu think of iL Doat w<
Wc arc giving ONE FOURTH
OFF on all Auto Casings in stock.
Buy now while the stock lasts.
We have some more Lawn
Mowers and Garden Hose at Last
Year's Prices, next year they will
Order your Coal and Briquets
now for the Winter Supply while
the roads are good. They will be
We are Headquarters for Build
ing Material. Shingle your Old
SEE US FOR PRICES
Home Mercantile Co.
209 West Burlington Street
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
E. W. Hood
Consulting Member of the American
Builder of Automatic Machines
Practical, expert ailviee niven on any
thing mechanical. 191? St. PwtUftd
2 Barber Shop
108 N. Jersey St.
i Knights and Ladies of Security
St. Johns Council 2775
I Regular bu.lncu racclitie ut nl jd MomUyi.
, Opt ii mrctliie to thr public ami iikiuUt md
BU1I4II1 Mouitayi. M.ltora and member cop
ilUlly Invited lo allrud at Illckucr Hall.
Laurel Lodge, 1, 0.0, F,
No. IBO, St. John. Oregon
Meets each Monday eveniiij; In OM l'el
lows hall at 7:3o, A cordial welcome to
all viiitlUK brothers,
I Cart Hcctman. N O. I. l. I'mau, V. O.
' Joe RaWtta, Krc Sc. a. W. Nottne, 1'ln.Hec.
ii- r liars. irti. .
" St. Johns Gamp No. 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
We heartily solicit the attendance of
our members at our regular meetings
every 2d and 4th Thursday evening,
G. W, Muhui, I. J. Ogdeu,
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS or PYTHIAS
Meets every 1'ridav ni'lit at
7:30 o'clock in IUCKNKR
Hall. Visitors always weN
J. R. Wciuier. C. C.
Woodmen Ol the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every Thursday evening iu
I. O. O. If. Hall, Leuvitt aud Jersey
streets. Visitors always welcome.
W. A. Trout, C. C, G. M. Worthlogton, CJerk.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. F. and A. M.
Meets the first and third
Wednesdayof each month
iu Masonic Hall. Visi.
A.R. Davis. W. M.
A. W. Davis, Secretary.
Minerva Chapter No. I05, 0. Li
Meets everv second and
fourth Tuesday ol each
month in Masonic Hall.
.Catherine E Stephena, W. M
Ucuie V l'ot bee.
1217 S. Princeton street
PEKINSULA TITLE ABSTRACT i REALTY CO
H. HENDERSON, Manager
402 N. Jara.y Str.ct
Abstracts of Title Prepared
Phone Columbia 255