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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Mnrlcle, KdiWr
Miss Ncllotta Coonor and Mr.
Grover Kandolph of Portland
were united in marriage at sun-
Published Friday of Each Week down Saturday ovcning, April
ini XT j r4 "."""": 9th, at the home of Mrs. VVnr
401 N. Jersey St. Phone Col. 321 ' UMhf aJptnr nf tho hr,n
subtoMption pfic $i.gq pifyur, Mrs. Dorothy Kronenbcru. sis
Tnn Rnvmw is entered t poot office ter of the groom, and Mrs.
ill matter wngnt sioou up witn trie cou-
ln l'onunu, Oregon, ns mm
of the second clans under the Act of Con
(res of March 3, 1879
pie. Ine ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Koater of
-" flin Mntlirwliuf nbnrli nftne
disposed of whicli a weddinir sunner was
The house was prettily
T. R. Weimer lias
his transfer and storage business to am.vnrt
the St. Johns Transfer & Storage (CCOrated with flowers and ferns.
v.u. wiiu huvc uaauiuiiu t;iitm;c. a Vlirv nn nvnh n nvnniner wna
Mr. Wciracr has had sixteen years apcnt l)y t,G party yho KUOstj
oicommuous service in 01. jouns, nresent wcrc Mr an(j MrB Aj
and during that time has made vjn Uruncr, Mr. and Mr. and
many warm mentis, who extends Mrs. jHmes Mvcn 0f Portland,
their very best wishes for unbound- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wright,
cu success in w inicver c next mi- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kronenberg,
dertakes. Ho has always been a k'rs. 0. II. Hayes of Portland.
good booster for St. Johns and he Mnrtrnrct Stieck nf Portland. Mr.
docs not contemplate removing and Mrs. J. E. Kronenberg came
from the place he has resided in so up from K0fj Bluff. Cal., to at
long and likes so well, 'i he new tcnd the wedding. Many love-
continue 10 u nrpHnntn worn rnpnivnrl. Thn
bride and groom will reside in
St. JohnB, where Mr. Randolph
The sailing schooner Undaunt
ed was launched last Thursday
from the Grant Smith-Porter
ship yards here. This vessel is
a five master built from a hull
laid down by the Emergency
Fleet Corporation during the
war. She is owned by G. F.
Matthews, well known shipbuild
er, tbe Hart-Wood Lumber Co.
and a number of Portlnndcrs.
The craft will be used to trans
port lumber from the Columbia
river mills to Australia and
South Africa. She is one of the
most modernly equipped sailing
craft which over sailed out of
is engaged with Mr.
firm will no doubt
serve the public faithfully and well.
When n man exhibits oxtraor
dinary intelligence and progrcs
aivenesa the world looks up to
him as n man among men. His
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f nM,iif fnr. i,ni,r ,.mfi.,.i 1 1 is a matter of great import
auch n son. Tho mother is gen- ml finmic nI advnnUiBo to
erally forgotten. Women usual- . w ? car"r to watch the ad-
ly are, where cred t s to be g v- VT' tr , 1,1 , .r' ,
on And vet it 1h the mother 'l(ir' you Kovorr. yourself by
??un u?iJutl m..?1?,"m c vert Moments in the Rev ew
- u";K " you will bo benefited. A busi
r""1 " ,V :n i.: hoBS firm that never advertises
m' 3f.si' " inthehome paper lucks one of
travels wlthauM ,m)Ht HHontinl traits for a
L. iE ldl .. ,"h auccoHBftil business. This has
i.n -n A 7i Vi. u V J,,.,.; .boon proven beyond the shadow
M.lu tur.rl.1 If tui'll I.., ......... " ClOUUt.
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years before they over receive
thorn, although each one brings
us a little closer to the goal.
Man is quick to take but slow to
givo. Woman waits for her
AMERICAN SHOE SHOP
110 S. Jersey St.
Edw. Connant, Prop.
THE WINNING NUMBER FOR LAST
1 2 8 4
Winner Please Call and Claim Credit
Stive your tickets they ore good for
a whole year
Office-Col. (fir, Kcalitciirc-Cot. 477
Dr. E. P. Borden
Paltriest extinction of teeth under nitrous
IVtiliiMiln Hum K IIIiIk.
St John, l'ortlnnil, Oregon
New 4 room modem house, ex
tra sleeping porch, has garage
floored with cement, paved street,
will take car in trade. Price $3000.
The best built and best arranged
5 room modern bungalow in St.
Johns, street improved, lot 50x100.
Price $2600; terms.
Five ropm modern bungalow,
all large rooms; cement basement,
a bar. at $2200; $500 cash No. G8.
Pour room modern bungalow,
furnished complete. Price $1950;
terms No. 01.
Pour room modern bungalow
with lot 100x100, street improved
and sewer. Price $2050; terms
Dandy 5 room modern bungalow,
almost new, extra large lot, best
located. Price $2550; terms-No. 43.
Plvc room modern bungalow,
2 blocks of Peninsula National
Hank. Price $2100; terms No. 70.
J. S. McKINNEY
Phone Col. 2 215 N. Jersey St.
Dr. L. J. Keliher
Room 4 Peninsula Punk liuilding
Telephone Columbia 793
Livery, Express and Baggage
Prompt and Satisfactory Service
H. M. WALDREF
1001 Lombard St. Phone Col. 1400
Ralph N. Hanville
702 E. Polk St.
Groceries, Fresh Meats, J
Small White Beans, 6 lbs. for. 25c
Mrs. Shield's noodles, 3 for. . . .25c
Soap, per bar Gc
King's soup Vegetables, pkg. ..5c
Ralston's Hran, pkg 18c
Canned Pumpkin 2 for 25c
Large size Dromedary Dstes.. 25c
Red Cross Bullion cubes pkg. . . .5c
High Grade Chocolates, lb 35c
Peanuts, while they last, lb.... 5c
St. Johns Transfer 8 Storage
J. R. WEIMER
Careful anil experienced furniture
Feed and Fuel
Col. 82 109 V.. Burlington St.
WE SAY T YET
THE BEST MEATS
A.T THIS SHOP
Vol! LU GET
If You Had Already Become a Patron
Of this place--and by that we mean if you had
ever made one purchase at this store--ve would not
have to keep telling you about our quality meats.
Once you investigate we are sure of your continued
ST. JOHNS CASH MARKET
GEO. W. IMBODPN, Prop.
v lOONorth Jersey Street Market Phone Columbia 21
Htrcct improvement I
in bl. JohiiH in lone
pnst duo ia fully evidenced by a I
trip over our liighwuyH. Croat
improvement could be done in a
temporary manner by the aid of I
a Hcruper and roller on the dirt
aurfucou atroctH. Jersey and
Lombard utreutu are in poor con
dition. There aro many chuck
holes uud they arc irrowini' lar
ger and more plentiful. Some of I
our back atreetn would be a (lis
Kraco for a country road. It in
not pleasant to publicly harp on
tho condition of our HtreetH. but
unless publicity it) uiven there
ueeniH little likelihood of irettitur
reaultH. It ia a condition that
inuat bu faced, and aurely aliould
no loiiRer bo tailored. If we xet
nothing more accomplialied in a
civic way than iruod atreelH tbial
Bummor wo will hnvu Hecured
much. Let ua be up and iloinir.
A group of friends gatheicd at
ut the home of Richmond Knox at
Kdisou and Tyler streets TiumIiiv
evening, April mth, to t k lir.itc
his birthday anniversary The
event was a great snipriM' to him
us Mrs. Knox hail carefully kept it
.secict and hud pieNiit'd u bountiful
birthday dinner with a huge oil III
day cake lit with candles. The ta
ble was deenrnted red uud white
carnations, lie wns presented with
u solid gold wutcli chain uud I (J
O. P. chiuni by Mr. Young on be'
half of his co-workers ut the St.
Johns dry docks, to which Mr
Knox responded with uppiopriiitc
remarks, the parly was a com
To the people of St. Johns ami
vicinity: I wish to miuouuce that
the J. R. Weimer Transfer mid
Storuge has been sold ami tiansfer
red to the arm of St. Johns t rans.
fer it Storage Co., lowborn I
heartily commend to my friends,
customers and the general public
And to the many customers, friends
and boosters I desire to extend my
sincere thanks uud appreciation for
pleasant and generous patronage
for tho past sixteen years, and hoe
yon will show the same geueroMty
to my successors. 1 will leuiain ut
thr old stand, 100 Hast lluilington
street, a sufficient length of time to
Kettle ui) and close my books with
H parties concerned. J. R. Weim
Card of 1 hanks.- Our moat
sincere and heartfelt tlianka
and appreciation to the many
kind friends for thtnr Hympa
thy, iiHaiHtaneo and beautiful
floral oirerink'3 in the Iosh of I
our beloved mother and jjrand-
mother, Klizaboth A. l.osuro.
Also wiali to thank tho many
friends who so willinnly tender
ed their kind nsaiatanco during
her illncBB.- Hose I., uenjamin,
Althea b. ORden.
We desire to express our sincere
thanks to the neighbors mid friends
who so kindly tendered their aid
and assistance during the illness
rad death of our beloved wife and
mother, ulso for the many beautiful
lloral tributes tendered Mis. Frank
Klllcott, Mr. and Mrs. R. Pllicatt.
One hundred first class onvol
opeB with your name and ad
dress neatly printed on the cor
ner for one dollar at tho Keview
oflice. Additional 100 for 7fc
The poBtollice department ad.
vises the use of printed return
(jards ot thanks notices aro
charged for at tho rate of fifty
centB each. Persons dosiriiiK to
have such notices published
should make a note of this.
Patronize the home merchant.
The People's Bargain
113 Burlington Street
THE STORE FOR ALL Where You Get The Most For The Least
HERE ARE SATURDAY'S SPECIALS THAT ARE WORTH WHILE
32 in. Frolic Cloth for Children's Rompers, Boys' Blouses, House
Dresses, Etc., Saturday Only, at yard - - -Fancy
Dress Ginghams, at yard -Boys'
$1.25 Fine Dark Blouses, Saturday
Large Size Bath Towels, Saturday . t -Fine
Large Pluck Towels, Saturday ,r. -
Ladies Vests, size 38 to 44, at
Misses' 50c Buster Brown Stockings, in Black, Brown, or White, Sat., pr. 29c
Boys' 65c Buster Brown double knee Stockings, Saturday only, pair
36 in. White Outing Flannel, Saturday only, per yard
Hoys Overalls, all sizes, Saturday at
Enamelware, all large pieces, Values to $1.50, Saturday at .
Clark's 0. N. T. Spool Cotton, 150 yd. Spools, Saturday only, spool
Men's Dress Sox, in black, brown or grey, Saturday only, pair
Children's Blue Denim Play Suits, all sizes, Saturday at
Largest and Best Assortment of Ginghams, Percales, Challies
and Other Wash Goods on the Cast Side
A Torrington Electric
Will Let You Enjoy Your Afternoons
Fifteen minutes a week up stairs, fifteen
minutes twice a week down stairs, does
awoy with house cleaning at a cost for elec
tricity of less than ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
The Torrington weighs
less than 12 pounds and
is built so well and of
such good material that
it will give you years of
comfort and satisfaction.
Electrical Contracting, Fixtures, Gas Supplies
Service With a Smlle-That's Us
Peninsula ElectricCo, inc.
Phone Col. 977 109 S. Jersey Street
Friday. Saturday and
Monday, April 15, 16,18
Ivor) Sup a liars (or ... .'ITvi
Uiiiwj lmclcr 3 Ikvx (or .'iX
. 1'owtlcr 2 jikj;. for 26c
l.tKlit House Wishing I'owtUir Kf l. 3Cc
I'ulKcr TWj;. Tww. Keg, JKc l'kn c
C.oo.1 Jltilk'ColTfC Ktftf.JOo k'wile 3 llw.
Cauili'itt (jnmu'il Crrain '1 runs for. . .25c
JellotrIMyJully, All lliivtr2 kts. 2Tc
l'Uher lMiicake Hour, Rj-k.Sc pVg.
lor , 2fc
Mri? Mo rolls Ctvv Toilet iwukt II
Unrge iie roll Tissue Toilet iwner
2 Tor ....26c
Quaker Coju l'l.iVns, Reg. iie pkgs.
3 for Six-
lt Toadies ami K. C. fl.ke 2 for 26c
Utrge S'uv Cans Kel Salmon Reg. 30c
sue for 20c
l'alm Olive or Creiue Oil soap 3 for 26c
CiiHMile, lllraching, Royal White soup
281his for .......$1.00
Reg. Sue llox Matches, A for 26c
IHieil Apricots Reg. -10c per Hi 26c
Call us on the phone. If you cau't call
anl see u, our driver will collect when
onlers are delivered. Take advantage
of our Week 15ml Sjvclals.
L, SIMMONS & GO.
601 l-'vkscudtin rhone Columbia 210
Collar Button NinhrslTlrTs
Suits Pressed 45c
Dry Cleaned $1.25
"LET JOY DO IT"
You Bring and Take Away
is the Reason
217 N. Jersey Street
Hall Barber Shop
tuul BATH ROOMS
8. L HALL, Prpntor
10S Pltiluilelphia St. Daths 35c
For Sale Thoroughbred S. C.
It. I. Reds, Mead strain. $1.50
for 15, or $S.C0 per hundred.
Columbia 6-lS. 22-
Mr. and Mrs. Homclovcr:
The best way to store up enercrv is by peaceful
A cosy bedroom, one ot our pretty beds
springs and mattress on it will give you n restful sleep.
And remember, old mattresses are not sanitary,
Mx your beds and bedrooms up now bv comintr into
our store and buying the new Furniture, Rugs and things
Our QUALITY is always HIGH; our PRICE is al
H. F. CLARK, the Furniture Man
400-402 S. Jersey St.
autlful grny or
haarse, box, 2 autoi
embalming and rodn
od lervlca for .. .
Higher priced (uneraU in j.roportlon. We nianuf-.t'ure caskets.
Lady Assistant. Ikautlful funeral chajl.
MILLER & TRACEY
Main 2691 Indopondont Funeral Director! S 7C05
Wa&hinston at CIU Street, Belvteen 20lh and. 2&t Slml, Wcit 5Ide
A FULL LINE OF
At the Right Prices
MUCK GROCERY 301 S. Jersey Phone Col. 118
Dr. Frank N. Sandifur
Muscular Deficiencies Corrected
Glasses Scientifically Fitted to Eyes
Replacing of broken lenses and repair
work promptly taken care of.
SUITE 514 SELLING BLDG.
Phoue Main 5075 Portland, Ore.
Dr. Herbert F. Jones
311 North Jersey Street
Member Builders Exchange
W. P. Greene & Son
Contractors & BuHders
525 B. BUCHANAN STRKKT
rortland, Ore. Phone Col. 1025
Frank A. Rice
Office 107 N. Jersey Street
Phone Col. 887 Residence Col. 398