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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1921)
The Bank Of Commerce
116 North Jersey St.
JJusiuess concerns and
individuals arc invited to
'bank with this institution
under the assurance that
prompt and courteous
j treatment with every con
sistent accomodation will
always be extended.
TO OUR PATRONS
Jlitemlvc alteration linvr
been Hindu At our l'list nml
Alder Street! I'miencr Hlntlon
anil much better accomodations
tv been provided far our xit
runs, This bulldltiK l w bclnj;
ued exclusively by in unit, In
addition to the ticket ollicc,
loit articles' burenu nndexpicfts
ollicc, we have installed nn
"JIUtCTRIC STORH," where
Maida lain4 and elccltlo np
pllancet may be purchased, np.
rillcatlonM made for electric
luht and jwwer, nml when
light and poer bill limy be
This will inaVc It poMllilc for
our patrons to trinivict such
nutter of business with our
CoiiiMny without going "I"
towu to our iiihIii ollicc In Idee
trie building, and you will re
celve the mine courteous mid
Light & Power Company
"BviYow Uctrk Goeds at an tleclric Store"
Notice of Pinal Account
lu the Circuit Court of tilt State
Oregon for the County o( Multnomah.
Iu Probate. No. 171)50.
In the mutter for the lUtntc of Oscar
M. Downs, dcrrttsed.
Nolle is hereby given thut the under
sinned ns Kxrculrlx of the INtnle o
Oscar M. Downs, deseiited, Iiiim filed her
final account In the Circuit Court of the
Hlste of Oregon for the 'County of Mult
no nub, lu Probate, mid thut Monday
th 26th day of April. 1U2I. nl the hour
of U;30 A. M. o'clock, of wild day in the
Court room of said Court Inn been upp
olnted by sld com t at the time und place
for the liming of objections hereto mid
toe stiiicuicni tuercoi.
Date of first publication Match Jtfi.Uttl.
Date of last publicution April '. 1121.
MABUI.I.lt V. (iOKDON,
MaluOOUl, Attorney nt Law.
Vlfttcu years lu the IiiuIium in St.
Johns, I.Ut your pttixrty with us, We
wak aalet. S. 0. COOK, -101! N. Jeruy
RcportDf State Survey
The Oregon State Survey of
Mental Defect, Delinquency and
Dependency conducted by tho
Extension Division of the Uni
versity of Oregon at the request
of the Legislature, under the di
rection of the United States
Public Health Service, has been
successfully completed by the
voluntary assistance of hundreds
of loyal Oregonians without tho
expenditure of any special state
appropriations and the report
has been transmitted to the
members of the Thirty-first Leg
islature. Oregon has thus blaz
ed a new trail for cooperative
community betterment in the
fields of mental, physical and so
cial hygiene. Tho survey has
reviewed over 05,000 socially in
adequate individuals in Oregon,
of which 2D.G55 wore complete or
nart al dependents and yu.JMi
were delinquents. Excluding
two-thirds of each type as minor
casea, there remain about 20,000
of whom approximately ten per
cent are mental defectives, 'lo
tal known insanu and mental
defectives 7,080, a ratio of 0.8
per thousand of the general pop
ulation. Rejections in the army
draft in Oregon for bucIi causes
wero 11.20 nor thousand, ho the
survey is clearly conservative.
Special studies with adult crimi
mils showed 51 per cent mental
y dull or defective, while 22 per
cent of these adult criminals
have the mind of a child of 12
years or less and arc distinctly
mentally defective. The same
element of mental defect holds
true for juvenile delinquents.
Of '151 dependent inmates of
poor farms 175 showed mental
defect. In addition, the sur
vey shows a referendum of the
teachers iu tho public schools
covering .'!2,I80 pupils in the
itate. Of these !).7i2 children
were loo old for tho hcIiooI grade
they were in. owing to their
failure to advance in school
work in accordance with normal
expectation. The causes of this
retttrdatioii in overgrude child
ren are parental, economic, en
physical and mental.
"Change at Youngstown,
madam," said thu station agent
to a villager who was buying a
tiukoUo tho city. "Noneo' them
tricks, my lad," returned the
old lady. "I want my change
right here before I get into that
there train." Ex.
ROCiKKS will haven Mezzanine
I'loor ll.irunlti Counter .soon ns the
Is the Oldest Es
on the Peninsula.
All work done on a mon
ey back guarantee. We
take nride in turning out
the best retreads in Port
land. New nnd second Imnd tires ftir
Mile. Just one block south of the Ten.
iiiMilu National Hunk, on car Hue.
The Head light
The overall of
quality. Full meas
seams, roomy, fast
color, strong fabric.
CUAS, F, BOYLE, Prop,
Pulley & Zurclier
Plumbing, I leutlng & Tinning
We Repair Aluminum Ware
I'honc Col. 02 207 S. Jersey Kt.
Portland, Ore. Phone Col. 1001
W. S. Wymore
Contractor In all kinds of
Cement work or Day work.
Residence 010 N. Central Ave
J. W. BOTTOM
507 Hast Allegheny St.
t'lmiii! Cohiinhln 121'.!
When they play,
boys like to be in
dependent of the
care o f clothes.
But when he must
dress up he wants
to look his very best.
habit of self respect
by fitting him with
a Mayer Made suit.
Tl H OOOD shoes con- I
V in T " tributc much to 1
iif J one's appearance.
I h T" Their cost is so little
I h- more that there is
'ifl neither economy nor
j satisfaction in any
f-r I other land.
They are 0ne Third
fPfjP Less in Price than
M they were one
T"r' Florshctm prices I
The Cooper Union Suits
The Kenosha Un
ion Suits, the Coop
er quality, once
worn are always
demanded. We are
the local agency.
We have your size.
Well tailored, ex
cellent fabric, sty
lish cut, moderate l
plan if your credit
New and exclusive designs and
color from the loom of Marshall
Field & Co.
Make your house a "Homey" place by new
hangings. It is not tho high cost that makes the
home; it is industry, taste and interest.
The Community Club, Tues., April 19
Next Meeting is a Basket Social nnd oilier Stunts
Meet at the Bank Corner at G:30. Transportation
will be furnished to the Peninsula Club House
Bonham & Currier
MISS PLASKET, Buyer
Dry Goods Dept.
Tin'. Simvicits ov Tint
me licit! every Sunday nt 9 A. M.
In I. O. O. F. Hall
Sumlny School ul 10 u. iu.
JOHN I). RICK, Vlcnr
St. Johns Fuel Co.
filfi Columbia Houlevuul
Slab anil Cord wood
Office Wildiose Sliinle Co.
IMioue Col. 1UH
St. ins Fair Store!
Highest Quality and Lowest Prices
. Toys a Specialty
1207 N. Jersey St. l'lione Col. 83!)
Dr. w. J. onstrap THE ST. JOHNS GARAGE
Physician & Surgeon
Classes Accurately Fitted
X ray Laboratory
Peninsula Security Co. HIiIk.
L. E. ROSE, Mgr.
Poff & O'Neil
216 North Jersey St.
Atitlnriml lml Service Sta
tion. Complete line of Kurd
parts iu stock.
Tires, tubes nnd accessor
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand nnd Gravel
Dally Trips to Portland
Phone Col. 3U
Welding, Brazing and Ha
SUNSET CASH GROCERY
111 Philadelphia Street Phone Col. 1148
Our Prices for Groceries Means Money Saved in Your Pocket
Pure Cane Berry Sugar, 11 lbs. $1, Sack $9.10
I.ess than Whole Sale Price
Folger's Coffee Special Continued This Week
300 lbs. additional to be Given Away FREE
I lb. Qolden Onto Coffee PIMjl: lb. flolilcn Gnte Coffee PREU
with each 5 lb. can at. . . .$2.10 , with 2, lb. can at. . . .$1.10
Without u doubt this Is the finest coilce packed iu cans, money back guarantee, you
206 H. jersey ST I diatops Repaired.
Sunset Best Colfee, !55c lb.
a lbs $1.00
Sunset Sjiecial llleud Coffee, U0c lb.
2 lbs f5c
llreakfast llleud Coffee, 55c lb.
4 lbs )5c
UUTTltK MAKKHT HAS ADYANClvD, lU'T, Wit HAVlv NOT
Our Pamous Jersey ltelle Uutter, lb -ISe Sunset and Oakdale Mutter, lb 40c
KKW-OOO'S CORN FI,AKHS 1H Ponfo Ponlrno-n
AND NlvW POST TOASTlliS IU UeillS 1 clCKage
' Limit -1 Packages to Customer
SPECIAL, SAU: CANNUD PINEAPPLE
Mo. 2 Can, 2 Caci 15c No. 2J Cutis, lach 25c
These cans average 8 slices to the can. packed lu heavy syrup and are being retailed at less
than the cost of production, buy all you want while the Sale Lasts, Saturday and Monday Only.
Uxtra Choice Jap Rice
6c Pound, 20 lb 1.00
25c Can K. C. Making Powder
Now, Can ...,.20o
Hxtra Choice Head Rice
3 lbs.. . 25c 13 lbs.... .00
Fancy California White Beans, 5c lb., 20 lb. . t $1.00
Fancy Yakima Dayo Beans, 3 lbs. 25c, 13 lbs .$1.00
Fancy Chill Beans, 3 lbs., 25c, 12 lbs , .$1.00
l'aucy Oregon Prunes
3 lbs. for..,. 25c
Fancy Mlack l-'igs
2 lbs 25c
Kancy Kvaporated Peuches
2 lbs 45c
Fancy Oregon Italian Prunes, 25 lb. Boxes $1.90
This Is a special buy and are only sold at the price by the box, 100 boxes to sell
Follow the crowds to the Sunset where von can save inotivv on vour
'Hveiy thrifty houao keeper lu St. Johus buys her wants at the Sunset and saves money
every day wants-
:y doitiB so.
Miotic Columbia &H).
W. A. CARROLL
Real Estate Broker
'Own Your Home
New Listings for your ins
pection now on file at our of
Some fine bargains iu homes
both city nnd country.
Phone Columbia 1285
301 N. Jersey St
I buy or sell St. Johus Property
A. W. DAVIS
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
List your property with me if you
desire d sell quickly
Phillips & Leland
Transfer and Storage
Phone Col, 72 Oflice 200 S. Jersey
DAILY TRIPS.TO PORTLAND
T. W. HAYES
Plowing General Team Work and
(?rm-tW nml Smut Ilmillnn
877 Vale Street, St. Johns.
Cull after 5 p. M. or Sundays.
Paint Creates Prosperity
Snvc The Surface and You Save All
The "run down" house (there Is one near you) Is
fast going to ruin merely because the owner unwisely
neglects to keep it protected with paint.
It costs more not to paint thou to paint. 'Paint
saves the surface and protects the building from miii,
rain, frost and varying weather conditions that briug
Prosperity demands the protection of all exposed
surfaces' with good paint.
gives lasting protection nml beauty,
it costs lew been u to it takes lewntul lasts longer.
Cull at our store and let us show you color samples ami assist you
iu seUttlnj; the proper color combination, that will make your house
pH.'ar to the best aiU-aiilne.
The Home Mercantile Co.
Him V. Jlurllnuton St root
KNIGHTS AND LADIES
Security Benefit Association
St. Johns Council 2775
I Kriiutar inrttlni: flrtt mil lliltil MomU'"
Olwn inrtllMK" lo Ihc putillc mtil niriiilci mil
oiul 4th Muin1), Vl.llurs mnl iiittulwi eor
ilUlly linllr.l lunltrm! ul Mww Hall.
&Sk Laurel Lodge, I.O.O.F.
No 00( 8tl Johnil Oregon
Meets each .Momluy evening hi Odd l'cl
lows hnll at 7:.'lo. A rordlul welcome lo
' all vUltliiK brothers,
i', riccnmi n ii n, i, irnrmniiy v. i.
C. C, flrsy. Hrv Krr. ji KutciU I'lii.twc.
II. I'. CUrk.Trrn..
St, Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of Amcricn.
Wc henrtily solicit the ntteinlnnre of
our tueiubers at our regular mvclings
every 2d anil -Itli Thurxlay cvenliie,
O. W. Muhiu, I.J. Ogilen,
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS
Meets every i'riday tilf-lit at
7:30 o'clock lu IIICKM'.K
lliill. Visitors always wel
come. I. COUCOUON, C. C.
Woodmen Of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every Thursday eveillng in
I. O. O. F. Hall, I,eavitt and Jetsey
streets. Visitors always welcome.
W. A. Trout, C C j
Jt. C. Clark, Clerk,
Coal Prices Reduced
Green Wood, Part
Green and Dry
St. Johns LumberCo.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. T. and A. M.
Maiccis i iic ursi ami nurd
Wedncsilayof each month
in Ajusoiuc nan. visl
John M. nUIr, W, M.
A. W, Davis, Secretary,
Minerva Chapter No, 105,0, E,S,
Meets every second ami
fourth Tuesday ol each
month lu Masonic Hall,
A Ida OuttrctI V. M
Beuic V I'Okl. Kcc.
1117 8, Prttictton drrtt
U. D, R, 4. M.
Stuted meetings first aud third
Monday of each month in Ma
sonic Hall. Visitors Wtlccmr.
w, A CARROI.I., l it. p
0. II. LKMO.N. Kcrclary.
The Fraternal Boosters
STUDIO. 215 N. Syracuse Street
l'lione ColambU SOI
B asketball shoes KOGB Rs!
J. G. Chambers Mrs. II. R. Lowry
ilS -2S0 KilHiiKSworth Avenue
Telephones. Wood lawn 3300 C 1133
Mr. Clumlvcrs is the 6ulvG. A. R.
undertaker iu the city of Portland.
I'ersoual attention - and surervisiou
giveu to arraugetuenU,
Residents of St. Johus having taxes
ami city liens to pay in t'ortlantl can
maice tueir payments wttnout luconvetil
ence by availing themselves of our ser.
vices. We will pay same and secure your
receipt witnout inconvenience to you,
Fee, 25c. References: Any St, Johns
tuuK. t'eninsuia title, Abstract aud
Realty Co., by II. Henderson, Manager;
402 North Jersey Street.
BOYS' SHOES that really
wear good ROGERS.
Meets every Wednesday
Join and Help Boost
KKIISUM TITLE ABSTRACT I REALTY CO
H. HENDERSON, Manager
402 N. Jorsey Street
Abstracts of Title Prepared
Phone Columbia 255
Furniture Repaired and
EDWARD BROOKS, Fixup Shop,
625 527 Columbia Blvd French Block.