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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1921)
Your Old Stove or Range ac
cepted as FIRST Payment, re
gardless of its worth, on a New
COLONIAL Range. The balance
may be paid on EASY TERMS.
Your Credit is Good
m i m i
WE have been here fir years in business and
expect to remain. During this time we
havq seen competitors conic and go and a
few have taken away more than they brought into
the town. Docs it pay to help them do this? Is it
not better to deal with those who become citizens of
the community and are interested in a large way iu
its welfare? Where we have made moucy it has
been reinvested in other St. Johns industries, or in
making our own store better and larger and helping
towards the growth and betterment of St. Johns in
Wc employ none but American citizens and will
employ no other.
Our homes arc in St. Johns, our children arc
getting their education in St. Johns schools and wc
arc proud of- it.
Wc have no intentions of taking away St. Johus
dollars and spending them iu other climates.
The Grabateria Cash Grocery
COUCH & CURRIER, Owners
Phone Columbia 102
Dr. V. P. Scliultie, Res. Col. 1131 Dr. D. S. Swart, Ren. Col 283
Office Col. 379 Office Col. 370
Drs. Schultze & Swart
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
1-6 Donliam & Currier Bldg.
Portland Manufacturing Co.
Panels, Berry Boxes, Coffee Drums, Ex
celsior Grape Boxes, Egg Case Stock,
and all kinds of Veneer
FACTORY, FOOT OF RICHAIOND STREET
"Try tho Drug Store Flrat"
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
The Prescription Store
A. D. S., SANTOX AND DR. HOBSON REMEDIES PHONE COLUMBIA 981
Guaranteed Rubber Goods For Your Fall Needs
St. Johns Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Foot of Burlington St.
202 N. Jersey St
Wc Haul AnythingAny Time Any Place
Moving Jobs and Long Distance Hauling
Phn Offlca Cel. 824
R.ald.nc C.I. 377
Pcbccco Tooth Paste 89c
Eucamint Tooth Paste 19c
Nuxfcrrouc Liquid Iron
Pasturne Tooth Paste 17c
Kolynos Tooth Paste 25c
Superintendent and Mrs. Mc
Millan were in from Poninsula
Mill Tuesday morning.
The new window at the St,
Johns Hardware Co. is a beauty
and a fine improvement both in
attractiveness and convenience.
An 81 pound baby girl ar
rived at the home of Mr. and
Mfa. John Larkins last 'Sunday.
Mother and babe reported doing
Christian church next Sunday.
Born. To Mr. and Mrs. G. U.
Simmons. October 3rd. a baby
girl, weighing 62 pounds.
Miss Elisabeth Moo is opening
up a millinery class. For particu
lars call after 7 p. m. Colum
A card party will be given by
the Royal Neighbors in Uicknor's
Hall Wednesday evening, Oct.
James Maloney now has charge 12th- Admission 26c., including
of the night force at tho local refreshments.
Mr. Moloney is
an efficient and experienced po
Mr. and Mrs. burr are the par
ents or a ten pound baby boy,
which arrived Sunday, Octo
Mrs. A. Ai. Alowrcy and
Mrs. E. A. Mowrey and hus
band motored in from near Es
tacadia and were guests of Mrs,
W. 0. Irvine last week. Law
rence Surrericr drove the car.
Dr. W.B. Scott and wifo sncr.
a couplo of days last week wit
the Dr. 'a mother who has been
very ill at her homo at 102 Cen
tral avenue, wo are glad to
learn that she is improving ov
ery day now.
E. s. Wright and family o
Nowberg drove down and were
guests at the homo of tho editor
Sunday. They recently moved
from Cooks. Wash., to Now
berg, where they aro engaged in
tho mcrcuntilo business.
Ucv. D. J. Franklin and family
of UluinRS, Mont., have arrived in
St. Johus, making the trip by auto,
Rev. Franklin, who is a brother o
Mrs. Geo. Imbodcn, will coudtict
evangelistic services in the ole
Evening olassos in language.
arithmetic history and English
for foreigners arc bolng held at
tho James John high school on
Tuosday, Wednesday and Thurs
day ovoningo. Tho classes aro
free to all. and a largo attend
ance is anticiptcd.
Tho women of Moosehcart Lo
gion gavo a card party, socia
and dance last at tho Moobo hal
which was a fine success. Our
nicco orchntra was unusually
good. Tho social hour brought
much laughtor.which was follow
ed by refreshments. Reported.
The sewing class of tho Y. W.
C. A. will bo changed from
Wednesday evening to Monday
ovening, and another millinery
clasB put in Wednofldar ovening.
Gvmnaslum class will bo held
once each week, Thursday even
ng. ror information regarding
class call Col. 07 or Col. 121)0.
Contracts for the new Jnmea
John high school were let Wed
nesday night by the school board
at a saving of $58,277 under tho
estimate of the superintendent
of properties. Tho entiro cost
for tho goneral building, plumb
ng. heating and clerical work
will amount to a total of $262,723
on tho baBisoi tho contracts sub
mitted on the four items.
Tho Womana' Homo Mission
ary Society of th Pioneer Meth
odist church will hold an all day
meeting at the homo of Mrs.
B. A. Olson. 502 West Rich
mond, Friday, October 14th from
0:30 to 4 p. m. Mrs. Bliss, a
national worker, and Mrs. Boles
will be present and address the
meeting. Basket lunch at noon.
Come and have a helpful, good
Next Monday night all Whit
ney Boys of St. Johns are invited
to attend a social givw by tho
eninsula Whitnay Boys, so in
stead of having a rehearsal at
St Johns we will meet with the
othejr boys,. All boys going
hould give their names to Mr.
K reck el before Saturday night
so arrangements can be mado
for them. Call Columbia 93 or
eotne yourself and give your
Mrs. M. E. Arthur and daugh
ter, Mrs. E. J.Reynolds, and her
husband and little daughter,
Beulah, and Bert Arthur and
wife, all of Sterling, Col., are
visiting Mrs. Arthur's slater,
Mrs. M.E.Matney. Mrs. Arthur
and Mrs. Matney had not aeen
one another for thirty-three
years. The party motored out
and Bert Arthur and wife were
married at Cheyenne on the
$2200 j room modern house on
bard street; uaine your own terms.
Furniture for $350.00. RICK &
TATE, Realtors, 107 N. Jersey;
Belgian hares for sale cheap;
breeders and table. 70S B. Char
Wanted Baby or small child to
care tor by montu, reasonanie
charge. Best of reference. Call at
this office for address.
For Sale 3 does, I buck and
some young rabbits; pen given with
Rev. J. W. Rigby and wifo
have come hero and like it very
much, they desiro to gotac
quainted with the people of St.
Johns. Callers will bo welcome
at 211 West Lcavitt stroet, up
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brodcraon
oi Tower, Minn., arrived Monday
at the home of the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Coul-
son on Richmond stroet They
expect to mnko this place their
An onjoyablo birthday party
was given at the home of Mrs.
Alma Choquotto on tho ovening
of September 27th in honor of
JnmcBA. Wcddlc. AfineBUpper
was served, cards were played
and a gen oral good lime was
had. Thoso present included Mr.
and Mrs. Guliingson, Mr. and
Mrs. Emmctt Wilkins, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Miller. Mrs. Per-
cival Myers. Mrs. Hewott, Mrs.
DnviB. Miss Birdio Roddick, Mr.
Van Branatcttor. Jack Mitcholl
and Frank Wolgamuth.
Who likes a Hallowe'en party?
Uvcry one, of coursel The Indies
of Moosehcart Region: the Moose
Hall; October 18th; 5 piece orches
tra; uptodatc dances; pumpkin or
mince pic and coffee. Gentlemen
please to wear your overalls and
ladies your gingham dress. Prizes
for the best hard time costumes.
Lots of fun and frolic. ..Price 35c.
A Revival campaign will be held
by Church of God In old Methodist
church, corner Lcavitt and Syra
cuse streets every evening except
Saturday at 7:30, beginning Oct.
13th and continuing indefinitely.
Evangelist B. J. Franklin of 1)11-
Hugs, Mont., will conduct the ser
vices. He has a large heart and is
an earnest speaker. If you are un
saved, backslider, sick, discourag
ed or in need of spiritual help,
come. We invite all christians to
join us iu this campaign.-'Rcport-ed,
Men's Odd Coats aud Vests.
W. W. ROGERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
Try O. M. P. Butter.
WORK PANTS. ROGERS.
Typewriter paper for sale at
The Geneva Confectionery serves
Ice Cream, Cold Drinks and Light
Miucues. 2 15 North Jersey.
Christian church next Sunday.
Try our Chile- 'The Geneva,
215 1-2 N. Jersey street
Get your battery recharged at
the fat. Johns Uarago. adv
For Sale. Frying Chickens.
25c. per pound. 714 S. Craw
For Rent Restaurant, nil
equippod. across street from
Williams school, 309 S. Jersey
street Good proposition for
man and wife.
If ROGERS sold SHIRTS for
less would ho bo shirtless?
Lost Lady's long leather
pocketbook in St Johns Monday
ovening. Finder pleaso call Col.
Wanted A piano player, also
trap drummer for orchestra now
organized. If you don't mean
business don't apply. 115 W.
Hoy's RUnER Boots.
For Salo-Splondid building
lots in St Johns, paved streets,
sowor. all liens paid. $800 each.
any kind of terms. Also 0110 lot
on unpnvod street, sowor, $600.
Call Tabor 4800.
ROGERS sells SHOES.
Cow for Sale. Will bo fresh
in a few days. Call 728 Charles
ton street; phono Col. 1170.
Mrs. Vinson does hemstitch
ing at 528 South Ivanhoo; phono
Columbia 1014. tf
Christian church next Sunday.
Good grado of linen finish pa
per, typewriter slzo 500, shcota
for $1.50 at this office
$1550 4 room house and gnr
age, lot 50x100, good street ami
sldewnlks, new cess pool, lights.
RICE & TATE, Realtors, 107 N.
Jersey; Col. 887.
Wear ROOERS' Raincoats.
When you once enjoy the sense of security that
comes with a surplus fund set aside for future needs,
you will be more than compensated for any hard
ships or self sacrifices you have endured in accumu
Peninsula National Bank
Hundreds have taken advantage of this Wonderful Bargain
Special Offer Expires SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8
In conjunction with this Sale we arc offering Three Big Specials
2 Quart "American IVIaid" Aluminum Percolator $1.08
10 Quart Round Aluminum Roaster $1.08
4 Quart Extra Deep Covered Sauce Pan S1.08
Aluminum Stew Pan
For ONLY 38c .
On or before Oct. 8
FpteUIOiff t r ipiin on dot
I'EEL. llio difference
KNOW tho difference
lietwc 11 ordlnnry ntumf.
mini Ami "Wmr.Evor"
This Special Oifcr in mndc so you enn ace for
yourself that aluminum utensils arc NOT nil the
"Wcnr-Evcr" utensils nre mndo from hard,
thick, cold-rolled sheet aluminum metal which
ogam nnd ngnin has been passed through gigantic
rolling mills and subjected to the pressure of huge
Get your Stew Pan todnyl
St Johns Hardware Co.
Tho Winchester Storo
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Fit Up Your Bedroom with this
beautiful Ivory Bedroom Set
Built entirely of selected hardwood. It Is ono of tho most pleasing patterns
we have ever shown.
The dresser lias two large roomy drawers and
two toilet drawers, fitted with hardwood
knobs: dovetail corner construction: the mir
ror is of the heaviest quarter-Inch plate 0 J CA
Dressing Table, 33 inches long, with the popu
ular 3 plate mirror toilet, side swings AA
fitted with metal fasteners y...VJ
The Bed Is a very pretty doslgn, every detail
worked out to match the suite perfect- CA
20x24; length ef case, 38 Inches
Chiffonier Is of the same construction as dres
ser, with a tep length of 33 Inches and 44 C A
16x20 mirror plate LA-uU
Liberal terms or 10 per cent cash discount
John Mikalovich, 416 Philadelphia street, is the proud owner of a new Opal Range, purchased last week,
ly: built of solid hardwood,
Chair and Rocker to match at $6.00 nd 7.50
H. F. CLARK
THE FURNITURE MAN
same. N. Smitn ave.