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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1921)
Portland's Rose Festival
Yon couldn't make them better
if you made them yourself.
YOU couldn't buy better materials, blend them any more
carefully or put tlicm tocctlicrwith any better workman
.hip, even had you been a lifetime on thejob.For-HOODin
the new White Rock Portland has met nil your needs with
the experience of n generation.
Best grade wool uppers, all fleece linings, strong insoles,
'and the 4ply tough sole of tire-tread stock all driven
together for miles of wear by the Mood Pressure Process.
Ask at your shoe dealer to sec the White Rock Portland,
jlf he hasn't them, write us. Remember, -HOOD- is your
guarantee. o4ik any dealer or wile ui.
HOOD RUimiifl PRODUCTS COMPANY, INC.
?I rvtvtf lrv fiow good rulbtri
CDuJi U," WhiU Rok WMtttl ttll
ut. That will U your cperiewr,too,
iwauM not tingle pair leaves the
pUntwitltout full intpcction.
aturdy, fifty, tire-tread ioki
joined to lifsvy black
upptrt by the Mood
Proroi. Made in
II aim for all
HUE ROCK. WAVrHllY
Dd you rememtr tlie
old Mack pure f.nm
good after years and
years ol keepingr
MOO Red Hoots
wlncli will act trie
same way. And tliii
clearly shows t lie
eti lied Hoots
TO OUR PATRONS
Ritctitlvc ultcrul Ions have
been mmlc nt our I'irst nml
Alder Street Panenger Stntiitti
ml much bcttcrmYomodiiiloim
have lceii provided (or our it
This building l now being
used exclusively tiy iim nml, In
addition to thtt ticket nllicu,
loat attlclct' hurcmi anil rxpii'M
oiricc. wo Imve installed nil
'UI.HCTRIC STORK," wheic
Maul Uitiw nml elect ik ii I -pllancet
niny le pmclmsrd, up.
fillcatlotw Hindu (or circuit'
light Mini xwrr, nml wlu-ii
light Mini jKiwcr Mil niuy lie
Thin will make It onilble (or
our pMtroiia to trunwiet mich
matters of tmsluc-M with our
ComMiiy without h'mK "I1
towu to our iiiiiIii nllice In Klec
trie building, nml you will ir
celve the nunc courtiHiim mid
Light & Power Company
With the now fnnirleri way of
makinjr e, r and t, handwriting
is fast becoming illegible,
The Bank Of Commerce
116 North Jersey St,
Husiiicss concerns and
individuals arc invited to
bunk with this institution
under the assurance that
pi inn pi and courteous
treatment with every con
sistent accomodation will
always he extended.
The 1921 Floral Parrdeof Port
land Rose Festival is to he a
Great Community Paueunt that
will so attract the attention nf
the Motion Picture World, the
Magazine Writers and the Pref-s
Ansociations that the World
will be told the story of the
Parade of a Million Hoses. The
1921 Hose Festival Hoard has
been organized and President
Otto W. Mielke has appointed
Henry W. Kent Executive Sec
retary of the Portland Service
League, as Chairman of the
Floral Parade Committee. Mr.
Kent has named thoGOOO ollicers
of tho League as his associates
on this committee which means
a successful parade. Detail
plans will be given at an early
Every boy and girl in Port
land will bu asked to plant a
Rose Festival Garden. Special
prices on seeds, plants and bulbs
will bo given by tho public spir
ited dealers and seed growers
through tho ollicers of the
League, to all ot tho hoys anu
girl Garden Growers, borne
of the big hearted citizens who
have no children of their own
are adopting one of thoncighor's
children for tho purpose of get
ting interest in this splenukl
Three boys and girm in each
group of tnn neighbors, approxi
mately, will be given llrst, sec
ond and third prizes for the
three best Gardens. This will
mean that about 3G bom and
girls will ride in the Precinct
Cars that aro to bo decorated by
the people of tho precinct with
llowera grown in the precinct
by tho boys and girls of tho pre
cinct. Assistance of the men
and women of tho precinct will
bo permitted, but on a score of
points the hoy or girl who does
all of the work will gain in
points. ThiB week'H message
is: "Plant Sweet Peas at once
and in order to be sure to get
them to bloom by Juno 8th."
Mr. Kay Gill, the chairman of
thu Seed Committee, gives the
following directions: Dig a
trench 18 inches deep, smash up
a dozen old cans, throw in tho
bottom of tho trench with a
mixture of six inches of soil
On ton of this lay six inches o
horse manure or straw. On top
of this two inches sifted tin
sprinkled with fertilizing mix
tu re. rake in then another tw
inches dirt sprinkled witli th
fertilizer and continue this pro
cost until tho mixed soil is about
IS inches above the lovel. Plant
the Sweet Peas about one inc
b?lov tho surface. Tho Peas
should bo soaked in lukewarm
watrr over night, not longer, i
order to hasten growth. This
rulo is for a trench about 15 feet
in length. Plant in warm spot
Owing to tho time being short
this ad ico must bo followed
we aro to havo blooms by June
All rose hushos should bo euro
I niny pruned, lcrtnizo.i am
sjirayeti promptly, bavo your
cuttings and plant them in the
garden for future use. Call on
(Major T.J. Monnhan.CoI. 221, or
nis Adjutant, u. li. Knowles
Col. 101, for further information
l'lltrt'ii viiim III tin InmiiirM In
John. I.Ul jour itirly with us. We YnilP
j make wlm. S, C. COOK, Wl N,
SUNSET CASH GROCERY
111 Philadelphia Street Phone Col. 1148
St. Johns Leading Store
We lend in imitiing low pilccs on Dependable Groceries. We lead in being courteous,
prompt nnd polite nml nlwnysuhlc to tve yott n phasniit Kiiule of welcome, Yoti enn always save
money when yott do your maiketltiK nt The Sunset
California Small White Beans, 10 lb. - 50c
Limn or Butter Means
Special 10c Pound
Alexicnn or Chili Beans
11 I'outi 4 for "fie
VaUinm Bnyo Beans
t$ Pounds for 25c
Del Monte Spanish Sauce, 4 Cans for
SPECIAL CANNED FRUIT SALE
DEL AlONTfi PAAIOUS 1'EACIIUS
AND APRICOTS, LARGE
3 Cans for - 90c
LIBBY'S FAMOUS SLICED OQ
PINEAPPLE, Largo Can EachOC
3 Cans for - 80c
Del Monte Sliced Peaches and Apricots, 5 Cans $1.00
PolKer's Shasta Ten, Ceylon,
Japan ami Gun Powder
)4 lb. Package Cut to 25c
Sunset lkeakhst litem! ColTee
UOc lb., li lb for . . 85e
Always worth more than it costs
M. J. li., Tree Teas, Cey
Inn Tea am! Hnlish Breakfast
Tea, j lb. Pakg., Cutto-SOc
Umeca, Gem Nut and Nuco Oleomargerine - 30c lb.
We I.ead hi mimitiK new prices, always
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8 Cans Utana SiiRar Peas $1.00 Pancy Uartaria Shrimps, Can 25c
8 Cans StiRar Corn 100 Pancy Otter Ttiua Pish 25c
10 Cans Standard Tomatoes 100 Knncy Ripe Olives, 2 Cans 25c
G Cutis Royal Club Tomatoes 1-00 I.ibby's Queen Olives 2Sc
G Caus Grated Pineapple 1.00 12 Cans American Sardines. SI. 00
8 Cans StritiRless Deans 1.00 G Cans Potted Meats 25c
4 lbs. 25c
li lbs. 25c
The above Roods cannot lie duplicated for the money in St. Johns
a lb. 25c
Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes, Only 10c Package
Why Is The Sunset always the one busy Store? That's Easy, They are the Leaders
Every Day in March
Various pieces of Crockery, Glass
ware and some Cooking Utensils. All
staple, all needed in the Kitchen or on
the Table. Bargains, Every One.
EVERY DAY We are going to give you at least ONE
BARGAIN in the DRY GOODS LINE. Watch the Card on
Our Door. It is Changed Daily.
Plan Your Easter Clothes Right Now
You know you expect to look your best on that day
Our display of Suitable Fabrics have received many
AND THE MEN
The Mnllory Hats, Spring Shapes and Colors
Some Nifty Suits; Easter Neckwear. New Styles
of Collars, Socks Galore, Gorgeous or Modest.
AND YOUR BOY
If you cannot treat yourself to a New Suit you
can Your Boy.
We can Make a Little Man of Ilim in so far ns
Nice Clothes will do it.
Miss Plaskei, Buyer
Dry Goods Dept.
Bonham & Currier
L, E, Rose, Mgr.
THE ST, JOHNS GARAGE
216 North Jersey St.
Authorized h'ord Service Sta
tion. Complete line of Kord
parts in stock.
Tires, tubes nnd accessor
Welding, Brazing and Ra
W. A. CARROLL
Real Estate Broker
Own Your Home
New Listings for your ins
pectiou now ou file nt our ol
Some fine bargains in homes
both city and country.
Phone Columbia 1285
301 N.Jersey St
I buy or sell St. Johns Property
A. W. DAVIS
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
.!t your property with me if you
(kvstre to sun quickly
Phillips & Leland
Transfer and Storage
'hone Col. 72 Office 209 S. Jersey
DAILY TRIPS TO PORTLAND
T. W. HAYES
Plowing General Team Work and
triivvl mnl Sittnl Jmiii)j
877 Yule Street, St. Johns.
Cull after 5 p- M. or Sundays.
STUDIO. 215 N. Syracuse Street
1'huno Columbu 302
Home Mercantile Co.
Are Headquarters for Your
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Brick, Etc.
For your buildings. Our Prices are down on:
PAINTS, OILS and VARNISHES
We always have a good supply of
HAY, GRAINS and FEED
for your stock andj PRICES RIGHT.
See lis for your
GARDEN SEEDS, SEED POTATOES,
Lawn grass and Farm seeds. Garden tools, Fertiliz
ers and Land Plaster. 4
Poultry FEEDS and TONICS
COAL and BRIQUETTS
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
209 West Burlington Street
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
KNIGHTS AND LADIES
Security Benefit Association
St. Johns Council 2775
Kfnutar tnctlluK IUl mi J Ihlril Momltyi.
0u iihcMiik lo Ihc public mil member ml
ml 4th Moim1v, Vl.llott ami mtmlicTt cor
illally Invltnl tu annul at Mwk Hall.
4 Laurel Lodge, 1, 0,0. F.
No, IOO, St, Johns. Oraoon
Meet each Monday evening In odd I'd
low hull nt 7;3a, A cordial welcome to
II vliltliiK brother,
V. i. ficnnan. N (1, rt. I.. Connolly, V. O.
C. C, day, Kco. (). W, Koitne, I'lu. Xtc.
. II. I' CUtk. Treat.
St, Johns Camp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
Wc heartily tollclt the attendance of
our members ul our rKiilnr iiieetlun
every 2d and till Thurdtiy cvenlui!.
u. w. milium,
IIOlMtS LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS or PYTHIAS
Meet every Friday night at
7:30 o'clock In MCKNfiR
Hall, VUttors nlwaya wel
come, H. CORCOKON. C. C.
Woodmen ol the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every Thursday evening in
I. O. O. P. Hall, Lenvitt and Jersey
Visitors always welcome.
W. A. Trout, c. Ci
Coal Prices Reduced
Green Wood, Part
Green and Dry
K. C Clark. Clerk.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. F. and A. M.
Meets the first ami third
Weduesdavof each month
lu Masonic Hall. Visi
John M. Illair, W. M,
A. W. Davis, Secretary.
iSrva Ciiapler No7I057oTe7s.
Meets everv second and
fourth Tueitfay u( tacit
month in Masonic Hall,
AliJa OTtrttrctt, W. M
BtMle V J'on. 8.
1217 s. I'rlnccton ttrett
U. D. R. A. M.
Stuted meetings first ami third
Monday of each month in Ma
sonic Hall. Visitors Welcome.
W. A. CARROI.I.. K- 11. V.
C H. LKSIO.N, Bcrlary,
j. O. Chambers Mrs. H. R. Lowry
24.S-2S0 KilliiiRsw-orth Avenue
Telephones: Woutllawn 3300 C 1133
Mr. Chambers is the ouly G. A. R.
undertaker iu-the city of Portland.
Personal atteution aud supervision
given to amngetuenU.
Residents of St. Johns having taxes
arm cuy uens to pay In I'ortland can
make their payments without inconveni
ence by availing themselves of our ser
vices. We will pay same and secure your
receipt without inconvenience to you.
Fee, 25c. References: Any St. Johns
llank. Peninsula Title, Abstract and
Realty Co., by H. Henderson, Manager;
402 North Jersey Street.
BOYS' SHOES"? that really
wear good ROGERS.
PEKUSULA TITLE ABSTRACT I REALTY CO
H. HENDERSON, Mansgtr
402 N. Jarsey Stract
Abstracts of Title Prejwred
Phone Columbia 255
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver goods to and from all parts
of Portland, Vancouver. I.innton and
surrounding country. Piano and furni
ture moving. Phone Columbia f2.
109 Kast Uurlington Street.
Furniture Repaired and
Prices Reasonable -
EDWARD BROOKS, Fwup Shop,
525 627 Columbia Blvd French Slock.