St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, March 11, 1921, Image 3

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    Charter Oak
At Reduced Prices
On Easy Terms
We have obtained a limited
number of Charter Oak Ranges
which we are offering at prices
considerably below the present re
tail prices on these dependable and
well known Ranges. Take advan
tage of these low prices and easy
terms and get a good new Range
NOW. We will take your old
stove or range as first payment and you can pay
the balance in small weekly or monthly installments.
Uso our Exchange Department.
We buy Second Hand Furniture.
Your Credit Is Good.
OAmandu Bags
The Grabateria Cash
Constant activity, co-operative buying giving
us quantity prices, no bookecping, low rent, lots of
space, fine location and extensive acpuaiutancc has
spelled the success of the Cash Grocery business as
conducted by the Grabateria. With the mills partially
closed the business has kept up because it is knownby
those who were thrifty and saved that the prices we
put on all our goods is consistent with the very low
cost of doing business and they have the money to buy.
We are keen after the trade that expects us to
keep the stock fresh- and clean aud of variety that
appeals to cveiy palate.
Our phone is Oh 102; our delivery regular
and our attention to phone orders is personal.
Phono Columbia 102 "
Dr. F. P. Schultze, Res. Col. 1181 Dr. D. S. Swart, Res. Col 283
Office Col. 379 Office Col. 379
Drs. Schultze & Swart
1-G Honharo & Currier BIiIr.
$1150 Four fine buildiug lots,
each 50x100, sidewalks. Rice &
Tate, 107 N. Jersey; Col. 887.
For Sale Brown Rtcd baby
buggy, good condition, 714 S.
Crawford street, Col. 879.
For Sale or Trade New dining
fable for chickens. Address 521
French Block, not later than Satur
day. For Rent Four room house,
modern, 465 East Chicago street.
Call 209 Smith avenue, north.
For Sale A single delivery wag
on, good as new, good top, front
and rear curtains. Take it at your
own price. Call at this office.
Good bouse, chicken house, gar
age, dog house, linoleum on floor,
all this for $400; must be all cash.
301 N. Jersey street.
$1800 7 room house on corner
lot 99x9G. with a buildii g suitable
for general merchandise, grocery,
confectiouery, billiard and card
room, located in small town with
logging and mill industries. Rice
& Tate, 107 N. Jersey; Col. 887.
Beginning Tuesday evening aud
continuing every Tuesday evening
a dance will be given in the skat
ing rink under the auspices of the
Disabled American veterans of the
World War. Admission 25 and 30
cents, including war tax.
Board and room for two men,
homo privileges, modern con
veniences. Mra. T. Hill, C15 E.
Tyler street. 20
For Sale Five room semi-modern
house with Iqt 50x100, also
garage and chicken house; price
$2550 ?5o down, $25 per month
and interest. 51 1 Tioga street.
Card of Thanks. We desire to
thank the kind friends who kindly
assisted us in the funeral of our
daughter and for the beautiful and
profuse floral offerings. C.V. Zim
merman and Family.
If it's a Koed day Sunday and
you are looking for a good buy
in a three room cottage, come
down to 929 Calhoun street, just
two blocks east of the East
school and aee the most upto
date cottage in town. Kitchen
and dining alcove combined,
built-in Dutch kitchen and china
closet, basement and cement
walks. I will be there all day
Sunday. For sale on your own
terms by owner, Roy Crouchley..
Big Doings
If we could perceiveof a better Tooth Brush, either iu Quality, Construction or Design,
we would produce one, but we believe the San Tox Scientific Tooth Brush to be the most practical
Tooth Brush offered for sale iu the drug world today. Comes in hard aud medium at 65c each.
The Depree Company, For Sate B y
The Proscription Store
Rev. John G. Lake will con
duct divino healing services at
the I. 0. 0. F. hall Sunday even
ing at 8 o'clock. All welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Learned
and Mrs. Alice Learned motored
to Estacada Saturday and paid
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Braasch a
With the neach and apricot
trees in bloom, Spring must bo
very nigh at hand, else these
trees are taking mighty long
About 75 of tho friends of
Cant. II. E. Mclntire dropped in
upon him last Saturday evening
and enjoyed a very pleasant
Laurelwood Past Noble Grand
Club will meet at the homo of
Sister Pearl Beckman, 815 S.
Princeton street Thursday, Mar.
17th, at 2 p. m.
A twelve pound baby boy ar
rived nt the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Worden on Willamette
boulevard bright and early last
Saturday morning.
Captain and Mrs. D. D. Pitt-
mnn of Camp Lewis have bean
vis ting at the homo of their
couBin. Mrs. T. C. Waite. 810 N.
Syracuse street, during the past
The Glcanors' Sunday school
class of tho Pioneer Methodist
church will hold their regular
monthly bako sale at Clark's
LUirnlturo Btoro on Saturday uo
ginning at 1 o'clock p. m.
Androw Eugene, a bouncing
nino pound baby boy, arrived at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
D. Sorber, 1020 S. Central ave
nue, March 4th. Mother and
babe are getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ball and
Mrs. Georgia Simmons motored
to Independence. Ureiron. to
spent a few daya with their mo-
.her. Mrs. Matririo Wilson, inoy
returned Tuesday ovoning and
reported a fine trip.
Services at M. E. church Sun
day, March 18th: Church school
0 a.m.. lesson subject, "liio
Lord's Suntier:" sermon 11 n.
m., "Is Christianity Failing?"
Junior Leaguo meeting 3 p. m.
Enworth League devotional
meeting at 0:30 p. m. Evening
sermon 7:30 "Tho Christian's
Thursday March 0, tho Ladles'
Aid Society of tho Congrega.
tional church met with Mrs. Da
vid Cheney at 403 Buchanan
street. Wo camo In the morn-
ng and brought our lunch,
which wo served bulTot style.
Such a lunch as they had, and
such a good timo as we had!
Thero woro sixteen ladies and
they worked hard, but wn had
so much good innocent fun with
it that no ono noticed the work.
If you want to know nny more
about this Ladies' Aid juat come
to the next meeting, which will
bo announced later. Reported.
Subjects at tho Congregation
al church next Sunday morning
and evening: 11 a. m., "The
Nearness of God;" 7:30 p. mr,
Description of Amoakeag Wool
en Mills of Manchester, N. H.,
tho largest mills in tho world:
covers 13 acres and employ over
13.000 souls. Mr. Hull made
special study of theso big mills
when living in New fcngianu;
some great truths from a great
factory. Special muBic by the
choir. Everybody cordially in
vited. Rev. Geo. II. Hull, Tem
porary Pastor.
John Bronstein, general man
ager of the Trojan Powder Co.,
his brother, Howard Brownstein,
general sales manager, and Mr.
Malhorn, secretary of the com
pany, all of San Francisco, held
f conference with their travel
ing salesmen of tho Northwest
territory in the office in Port
land last week. Chas. Fobs of
St. Johns, Earl Walters of Seat
tle, Mr. Eyklebach, Mr. Har
rington and K. A. Merriman of
Portland were present. After
the conference a feast was had
at the Hazelwood restaurant
A very pleasant entertainment
was given Saturday evening,
Feb. 20th, by Miss Velma Bort
and a number of her friends at
the beautiful home of Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Thorp, 1600 McKen
na avenue. Most excellent mu
sic was furnished by a Hawaian
12 piece string orchestra. A
number of vocal solos and recita
tions were rendered. Dancing
was also indulged in, after which
a dainty lunch was served.
Those present were: Mrs. Chas.
Holmes, Ben Holmes, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Bort, Velma Bort,
Violet Dixon, Bessie Barron,
Helen Barron. Agnes Heade,
James Heade, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Thorp. Reported.
Play Suits 95c ROGERS.
Every day a bargain at Bon-
ham & Currier 8.
Subject for Christian Science
services Sunday: Substance.
Roy Worden has gone to'Clat-
skanie, where he has accepted
a position with a lumber compa
Mrs. Emma Fuchs will leave
Saturday for San Francisco for
an extended visit. Her home
here is at 721 Buchanan streot.
Sermon subject 11 a. m., "The
Prodigal's Brother;" sermon sub
icct 7:30 p. m., "What Shall Wc
Call the Baby r At the Christian
church Sunday next.
The Woman's Homo Mission
ary society ot i'loneer jwctno-
dist church will bo held Friday
at 2 p. m. at the parsonage on
Lcavitt street. A Rpccial pro
gram has been provided followed
by a silver tea.
Tho Royal Goodwill Society
will give a Hard Time danco on
Saturday evening, March 12th.
Rebokahs, Odd Fellows and
friends welcome. Two small
prizes given to lady and gent in
beat representation. Admission
tadics 20c; gents 30c. Do not
miss it.
Mrs. Roso Ellen Madden from
Chicago, III., is visiting her son,
William S. Madden. After trav
eling over a greater part of the
United States she has finally ar
rived in Oregon and declares
that tho farthnr sho goes the
more beautiful tho world is. Wo
hopo sho continues to liko Ore
gon and will mako her future
homo hero.
Mrs. Percy L. Schclter died nt
her home, 1225 Central avenue,
March 5th of tuberculosis, bho
wbb born in ricaaant view,
Mich., August 23, 1892. and con
sequently was uued 28 years, 5
months and 10 days at tho timo
of her death. She is survived
by her husband. Iho funeral
services wore conducted nt the
chapel of tho St. Johns Under-
a .1 r 1 1 1 1 r
taxing uo. wcancsuuy aiz p. 111.
Interment in Rose City cemetery.
On tho ovening of March 2nd
a pleasant Burpriso party was
given in honor of Mr. Herman
Oaborn's birthday. Guests
present wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm.
Mnddcn nnd children, Mr. and
Mrs. A. II. IToach, Mr. and Mrs.
E. F. Rogers, Mr. nnd Mra. II.
R. Ackerman, Mr. and Mra. J.
E. Bnrbcr, Mr. Harold Colfman.
Refreshments wero nropnrcd at
a friend's and a complete sur
prise was enjoyed by all. Somo
lovely presents wero given and
everyone had a jolly time.
Advertising in tho Review un
doubtedly brings results. Ono
party who had a Iioubo for salo
ad in the paper for a few weeks
says he received about 25 calls,
another nova ho received ten
calls on tho advertisement of his
property in one issue Others
tell of good results. Tho poo
Elo read the paper. There is a
ig demand for property, and
the way to bring it to tho nttcn
tion of tho would-be buyer is to
advortise tho fact. Do not ex
pect tho buyer to hunt you. Tell
him about it in tho Review. It
most surely pays.
The body of Miss Goldio Zim
merman, who disappeared from
her home, 915 N. Hudson street
tho morning of Feb. 2nd, was
found Monday afternoon in tho
Columbia Slough near tho Swift
Packing plant. Sho had been
in ill health for somo time, the
result of a nervous breakdown.
Diligent search was instituted
but without avail until her body
was discovered Monday after
noon. Tho deceased was the
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. V.
Zimmerman, and was born in
Kentucky March 18. 1891. The
funeral services took place at
the chapel of the St. Johns Un
dertaking Co. Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, interment
taking place at Columbia ceme
tery. As soon as a silo can be ob
tained the Watson Bucket Plow
company will establish a new
factory in Portland, according
to announcement mado Monday.
The plant will probably be locat
ed somewhere in the St. Johns
district. The company is capital
ized at half a million dollars, and
some of the stock has already
been subscribed. The promot
ers expect to sell $100,000 worth
to the public. The plow is the
invention of William Watson of
Portland. It is claimed that the
device will plow the ground to
any depth desired and pulverize
the soil and seed it at the same
time, with the contrivance an
acre of ground can be plowed,
Eulvorized and seeded in an
our, claim its backers. Port
land News.
Men like to deal at Bonham &
Currier's; they carry tho stock.
Boya' Dress CAPS 95c-ROG-
ISKS, of course.
For Salo Shepard strain An
cona setting eggs. 714 S. Craw
ford street; Col. 879. 19
Hair Weaving.-Mrs. T. Hill.
G15 E. Tyler street; Col. 783.
PANAMA HATS $1.50. $2.50
It pays to advertise If you do
liver the goods ROGERS.
Take somo trade on uptodato
Dungnlow. W.P. Greene A: Son:
Col. 1025.
Your income tnx due March
15th. See A. W. Davis, notary
public, who will help you out
with proper report. tf
What fits your face and nock
$2600 4 room nit modern house
on Willamette boulevard, sewer
nnd street improvements paid, ear-
nso nnd 50x100 lot. Rice & Tate,
107 N. Jersey: Col. 887.
For Sale One Columbia Gr.tfo-
noln: fine tone: $25. Call at this
First clnss dressmaking and
plain Bowing at reasonable prices
-201 W. Richmond. 18
Got somo of those kitchen
dishes; great bargains, nt Bon
ham As Currier's.
For Salo or Rent Now six
room bungnlow, partly furnish
ed; will sell cheap. 711 N.Ivan
hoe Btrcet.
For Sale - Colutubin Grnphnnohi
aud 40 Records, price $85. Call
nt 517 Oswego St.
$tPoo Four room semi-modern
house and 4 lots, $250 cash, bal
ance easy. Ktce Tate, 107 No.
Jersey street; phone Col. 887.
Nifty new bunaglows on eaay
payments. W. P. Greono &Son;
Col. 1025.
Pekin Duck Egs $1.50 for 13;
Anconns $1.25 for 15, for hatch
ing. Col. 1170; 728 E. Charles
ton street.
Men's Dross Shoes $0.50,$0.95,
$9.50 no higher. I carry tho
For Sale Bicycle, almost now,
coaster brake, very reasonable;
leaving city. Call 710 E. Mo
hawk. For $50 down nnd $50 per
month we'll give you a leaso and
option on an up to tho minute
home. W. P.Grcono &Son; Col.
Wanted Good violin; nuiBt bo
in good condition. Call Colum
bia 389.
Men's WORK SHOES $2.95,
Hatchirg Eggs For Sale
Single comb White Leghorns,
trap ncHt, good stock, mated to
Tancred Cockerel, and Buir Orp
ingtons, good Btock also. 1032
N. Syracuso street. 18
Don't send your printing out
of town.
For Sale Six room modern bun
galow, street improvements in aud
paid for; one block from car line.
G23 N. Ivanhoe street. 16
For Rent Five rooms partly
furnished, very reasonable, at
Gil E. Charleston street.
Why is a Bank?
There are some folks who think that a bank is not a nec
essity in the social order;
And there arc many who know a bank only as a place for
keeping money safe.
When they think of a bank they picture iu their minds a massive
structure with n lot of locks aud bars aud vaults and safes, and
they thiuk of their own money as being "stored" where it will be
absolutely safe and draw interest.
But these folks mistake the real function of banking.
To be sure a bank's first duty is to insure the absolute safe
tv of the money entrusted to its care, but the REAL OBJECT
of banking is TO KEEP MONEY WORKING- for everybody.
317 N. Jersey Street
Prc-War Prices
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
for $1.50
Suits Pressed 50c
Ladies' I'liuh Coats Like New., fl
PluinSuit mill Drc.scj Clcuned
ami Pressed J 1.50
French Dry or Steam Cleaning
No Charge for Culling for aud
Phone Columbia 1289
SiitltiTnotlon Guiuumtuod
Member Federal Reserve System
Use our
Specially priced this
Long handled shovels $1.90
Long handled rakes , 35c
5 Prong Cultivators $1.15
Bold onlr In It lb. rhlt cotton bar"
And 1 lb. Jrtff
Vo mirr No Hulk .tit IVrllllitr
iu bout tn itiT-ni? inn cti mows
Tot Ijinnf, llowrra, (lnrlm, Shrub
Homo l'lnnta, l lfMi nnd Orchard
IloolC IltKB Tslls juat HOW
" ,b- covers n Uwn sptco of
lloo couftra tut, I.m a ymr or mora
A tsblriponnrul to It II I of poUtot to.
iristot oronlln.rr robu.ii uimn. alum
ant llawtr. crltp tnd oarlr Vm.Ubl...
A ttstpoonful for ( to I In, pottM
Wsnt. 1' vros lovn It Fullr Oiurmnlrvd.
St. Johns Hardware Co.
Villi WIXCIlliSTlSli STOItli
Office Photic Columbia 02C
Residence Phone Columbia 177
Office l'hotie Columbia TIKI
Nitron Oilile 0 for
Pulnlcn lUttttction
of Tcctlt.
Nerve lilocklni; for
Pillules 1'ivtHirntloii
of Cnvltle mill Surgical
Kctuovul of Teeth.
Portland, Ore. Phone Col. 1004
W. S. Wymore
Contractor iu nil kinds of
Cement work or Day work.
Resilience 010 N. Central Ave.
Pulley & Zurclier
Plumbing, Heating & Tinning
We Repair Aluminum Wnre
l'honc Col. D2 207 S. crey HI.
Mrs. Bertha C.Burdick
(T.lccutitate of the Royal Academy
of Music, London.)
Teacher of Piano
1957 HodKeSt. Phone Col. 872
Plowing and Teaming
of all kinds
010 K. Charleston St.
Phone Col. 1320
House Raising and
628 11. Polk Street Phone Col. 817
Contract Painter
507 Hasl Allegheny St.
Photic Columbia 1242
Member IluiMeit lixchaiiu
W. P. Greene & Son
Contractors & Builders
Portland, Ore. Phone Col. 1025
Brink' in your uewa items.
For Sale Four room house
and lot, $080 for quick snlo;$250
down, $8 per month. Call at
2180 Willamette boulevard.
For Sale -Two and ono. half H.
P. hnriznntnl tvnn enqnlino nn.
gine. Call at 1001 S. Leonard
street, iuat oft? Kuchanan. Satur
day afternoon or Sunday.
For Sale f!nmnlfit hniiMitlinld
furniture very reasonable; going
Bast. Blue Iioubo on corner
Hudson and Oswego streets.
Lost Ladv'a brown nocket
book containing $25 and some
papers, etc. Finder leave at
At ' - it . 1
hub oiiiuo; rewaru.
Lost Brown leather pocket
book containing $10 and $5 bills,
also a few photographs with
pocketbook. Finder please leavo
at 1226 S. Seneca street.
Vulcanizing Co,
205 S. Jersey St.
Is the Oldest Es
tablished, Best
Equipped and
most Reliable
Tire repairing
on the Peninsula.
All work done on a mon
ey back tfuaTHntee, Wc
take pride in turning out
tho best retreads in Port
land. New and second hand tire f"r
sale. Just one block ttouth of the Pen
insula National Uauk, m car line.
St Johns Fair Store
Highest Quality and Lowest Prices
Toys a Specialty
207 N. Jersey St. Phone Col. 839
Till? Sl?RVICHS OF Till?
are held every Sunday at 9 A, M.
In I. O. O. F. Hall
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
JOHN I). RICK, Vicar
Poff & O'Neil
Sand aud Gravel
Dally Trips to Portland
PbtM Col. 308 206 N. JERSEY ST