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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. VV, Markle, BdlWr
Publlahud Friday of Each Week
404 Nj, Jersey St. Phone Col. 321,
Sutjeorjptjon prlca $1.GO paryanr.
Advertising rntej. One week 40c pet
Inch; two week 37Jc per Inch; 4 weeks
85c pot Inch; per year 25c per Inch; first
page additional charge; political, 50c per
inch per week. Locals 10c (tor line for
first insertion, 71c subsequent insertions.
Minimum 25c. Ads reset more tlmn
once in (our weeks 5c per inch mldl
llonM lor enen resetting.
Tnn Rkvihw Is entered nt post office
In Portland, Oregon, as mull matter
t (be sacond class under the Act of Con
grass of March 3, 1879,
Mra. Nellie Darnell of Kaln
ma, Wash., in tho Ktiest of her
Bluter-ln-law, Mrs. S. (J. Cook.
Mrs. A. M. Stearns eontrihut
ed her automobile for the can so
of tho Hootrer European relief
Mrs. Sarah A. Kemp has been
quito ill at her home, 014 IN.
Smith avenue, is reported some
We desiro to express our sin
cero thanks to the neighbors
and friends for their kindness
and sympathy during the death
of our son, and can assure thorn
tho amo will over ho Kratefully
remombored. 11. Elkins and
If there aro any (roundhoKs
In thin part of tho world thuy
saw thoir shadow Wednesday if
they wero minded to uot out and
look around. In any event the
author will bo somewhat un
certain for tho next Bix weeks
A birthday surprise dinner
was el von in honor of T.J. Mod
ahan January 27th at tho homo
of his uon.Ed. at 1)05 South Ivan-
hoo stroot. 1 ho occasion was a
vary enjoyable one. Tho birth
day cake, trimmud by Mrs.
Gates, was irraccd with 07 can
dies. Mrs. Monahan was assist
ed by Mrs. C. II. Thayer and
Mrs. W. II. Monahan.
Tho mootimr of tho W. C. T.
U. wilt bo hold at tho homo of
Mra. J. C. Scott next Monday
aftornon nt two o'clock. The
mooting will bo in charge of
Mra. S. J. Kerr and MIsb Kath
ryn B. Scott. Tho subject, Child
Welfuro. will bo very Interest
inir and helpful. We hope for
a good attendance, especially
of Mothers, but every one is
more than welcome.- Reported.
Dor In Day, G ycur old tliiiujlitci
of Mr. tul Mrs. Clifford liny, i!la
IlBttman titrcct, won the trophy in
tuuslc ttieht reading contest of a
class of fourteen held recently at the
fltmllo of Mrs. Frank A. Rice, 412
South Itdi.sou .street. She also tlcin
onatratcd her ability to t;!ve tonic
triad in any minor or minor key.
All of her selections urc played from
memory and mo.st of them nIic can
write from memory.
In addition to unusual ability as
a musician, Doris has acquired 11
ktiowlcdKc of books that rivals a
child lit the fourth crude, .She reads
readily from the fourth render, never
Itcaltatlun at words ol four or live
syllables mid sh;1Is them equally as
casllv. She adds. MiMracts 11ml
multiplies nud writes a leulble hand
She carries on a regular correspou
deuce with her f'raudmother. Dotl
Is not, howevwr, a bookwouu. Slit
cnloys her swing and bar and has
just as much fun 011 roller skates as
the average youngster. When Dot is
was nearly three, her morther be
gan teaching her the phonics, using
the Ueacou system, the system now
used by rortlaud public schools
We will mention a lew sal
we closed out lust week.
week behind as the St. Julius He k.-iioll Corn (lakes or Post Tiuutics,
view rocs to press on Thursday. 2 lor.. . . . . . ....;- ;5c
So wc have Friday and Sutuiduy to S,l,,,InS,.,l,j!k " '"'gg
work on each week but can report iJ"jr;2,ior .r. ..... aGc
tuc following weeK. i.asi week .s Light House Viuhlng Powder large
sales one ( room modern House, '2.
nice lots, one looming house in
rortUnd on 10th stieet. We have
' FOR THE
We are Going to give the Men
Johns a Real Treat in the way of Pric
That sure will be Interesting
to all. Look over these values
every one a Genuine Bargain.
Men's Fine Cotton Ribbed Union
Suits that Sold for $2.25
Sale price - $1.29
Men's Fine Ribbed Union Suits
that sold for $3.00
Sale Price - $1.69
All our Men's $1.00 Neckwear
Sale Price - - 49c
Men's 35c Wool Mixed Sox, pr 18c
Men's $6.00 Corduroy Pants $3.98
Men's $2 Black Satin Shirts $1.25
Men's $1.50 and $1.75 Work
Shirts - - 95c
Men's $5 Hats at
Men's $6 Hats at
I IV HI 1
I II II
UUL FIND OUT
VMEH THtS HAM
Our Hams Make
Friends Everywhere g
they go. Thev carry with them an air of holesome food values
that charm folks. If you go Into the kitchen when one of our
hams is getting the fire you'll remain there loug enough to follow
it to the dining room.
Men's $8 Hats at
Men's $1.25 Two Piece Under
wear, Garment -
Men's Blue or Red Bandana
Handkerchiefs, 3 for -
Men's 35c Dress Sox, Pair
Don't forget we are still Selling Ginghams,
Percales, Muslins, Challies, Flanellettes,
and all kinds Wash Goods at
The People's Bargain
113 Burlington Street
4.98 II BjgSi
Open Evenings II
ST. JOHNS CASH MARKET
GEO. W. IMBODEN, Prop.
109 North Jersey Street Market Phone Columbia 21
Men's $7.50 Niehoff Work
Shoes, at Pair - $4.48
Men's $12 Edmonds Form Fit
ting Shoes, at Pair $7.95
Engineer and Firemen's Sox,
Why not erive vour wife a real Valentino this venp?
She would just love to have a nice piece of Furniture or a
new Rug for her home. You and the children will also
Send your wife to our store and let her buv what she
wants to beautify her home and your home. We have
Our Quality is alwavs HIGH:
our PRICE is always
H. F. CLARK, the Furniture Man
400-402 S. Jersey St.
Friday, February 41
Saturday. Feb. 5
u,a Monday, Feb. "
Unlit Ilouiedt rtiut rmiuUr lOoSlor If
kWmlr, Konl white, lllcuchlng
k.t.m Jt liar for it. 00
tuc exclusive sales riiiiu on everal i',iini olive or Crcuir oil a turn lor V
properties or 80 clnvs nud will hell medium alio cunt Mliicr.1 rlnmt for 'c
t... ..rnrtl.a Iw.fr. ll.nili l.atUO Kllf OUIU CHIIIICtl DitlltlOII ilC
So if you want quick action on
your property, lie Mire nud see us. iMw ie roll croiw toilet r
Give in a cluncc uud we will nrove 3 for j6o
" If IV I a
...... ....... i jto ii Hour or ui miuc Hour ihjt khck
rent homes. I.enve your uddreiw .70
uer. Hnrtford v. S lackc ton. 13 l.'Kv aiivcaitiiwrcf toitoM, eon joe
N. Jersey street, opp. postofltce.
Scripps Booth Roadster
Had excellent care,
Terms to responsible purties.
Discount for cash.
ST. JOHNS GAKAGK
Columhla &00. or
HYDItR I COKMANV
Battery Prices are
Replacements for All
Don't forgot we take care of
any thing Kloctrical on the
St. Johns Auto Electric Service
Cor.Jcrscy am! Charleston Sts.
Pban Columbia OQ
L, SIMMONS & GO.
Ml IVwcmlrii I'liouc Columbia 210
Smooth as Satin,
Use it Generously.
GURRIN'S FOR DRUGS
,k0ici i Trill- Always Nal"
W. A. CARROLL
Real Estate Broker
Own Your Home
New I.istines for your ins-
pecnon now on tue at our ot
Some fine bargains iu homes
both city and country.
Phone Columbia 12J$
301 N. Jersey St
Huslness ih Good Whv?
Suits Pressed 45c
Dry Cleaned $1.25
4,LET JOY DO IT"
You Bring and Take Away
is the Reason
217 N. Jersey Street
HOW LITTLE -
You realize the important part good light plays in your
It may excite gaiety or invite rest. It may annoy
or it may please.
Just as stirring music may fill you with one emotion,
and a plaintive air with quite another, so lighting
of the right kind, may help you work, help you
play, help you think and help you relax.
It is not too much light that annoys, but the raw, un
broken rays, reaching your eyes direct from the
dazzling filament of the lamp.
National Bryant Marsh Mazda Lamps
Will solve all your difiicttlties in the matter of properly
Buy Electric Goods at an Electric Store
Electrical Contracting and Wiring
Peninsula Electric Co.
Phone Col. 977
109 S. Jersey St.
amaaaaaam.' ' BW
Beautiful aray or
blaok adult oaakot,
hearse, box, 2 nutos
embalming and roflrw
ed service for
funerals If ilesire.1 for 20, $30, fiO, ?G0. HIKher priced funeral Iu jiro
portion. We manufacture caskets. I,ady asslttnut.
Dcautiful funeral chapel.
MILLER &, TRACEY
Main 2601 Independent Funeral Directors A 7805
Washington at flla Street, Between 20lh and 2lt Slreet, West Side
ST. JOHNS BRANCH OFFICE
W. A. ANDREWS, Representative
Phone Main 2691
A PULL LINE OP
At the Right Prices
MUCK GROCERY 301 S. Jersey Phone Col. 118
For Bargains in Real Estate p0ff & O'Neil
See J. F. Gillmcre, 1 1 3 - N. jersey
No. Ti9 - 5 room modern home, lot
76x100. 001 chicken houses ami ynnl.
fine fruit, aim all furciture, gas with
place, ftm. fiW cash, flifi ami iuturvst
.no, 7S.i 4 room moJern house, lot i
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand and Gravel
Huily Trijis to Tortland
Fhoaj Col. 303 206 N. JERSEY ST
See Walker about your Income
60xlW. nootl UKation.ouc block of car lllx Kejwrt. 633 Smith avenue;
liue, f 1550; JS0O cash, 20 per month, j phoue Columbia 55S.
J. O. Chambers Mrs. H. R. Lowry
24S-250 KilllnRSworth Avenue
Telephones: Woodlawn 3306 C 1133
Mr. Chambers is the onlv rs A P
umlcrUker in the city of Portland.
Personal attention and iuwnlinn
given to arrangements.
Dr. Herbert F. Jones
311 North Jersey Street