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ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
The Prescription Store
A. D. S.. SANTOX AND DR. HOBSON REMEDIES. DR. HESS POULTRY PANACEA, ALL SIZES
105 NORTH JERSEY STREET PHONE COLUMBIA 138
BED ROOM SOITES
Wc have just received several NEWLY DESIGNED
BED ROOM SUITES. This week we arc displaying one of
these in two separate suites, one Ivory, and one Walnut,
These Suites Consist of
Dress Table Bench
Entire Suite can be purchased on EASY TERMS
or separate pieces may be selected
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
It is now the time of year to use JISLMKS, JAMS AND
PRESERVES. Wc have n Good Variety and much cheaper
than they have bden for years.
Flour is at a standstill, hut Sugar is going up.
Kggs and Potatoes arc very cheap and the best of the year.
I'rcsh Vegetables arc hard to get and not very inviting.
Spinach though is good. Parsnips arc extra good this year.
CANDY is still moving in large quantities Wc now hnvc
a Wholesome Hard Candy at 10c n pound. Can you beat it?
CANNED PINEAPPLE AND PEACHES are being
used in greater amount than usti I thi year and we have had
to stock up again, but at no iucu.t t t.i nil. in,; price.
GOOD APPLES arc still tr 1. .-I, but higher in price,
and many of them will not kecj 1 g.
"Del Monte" Products "Fisher's Blend". Flour
The Grabateria Grocery
COUCH & CURRIER, Owners
Phone Columbia 102
Dr. F. P. Schultze, Res. Col. 1131
Office Col. 379
Drs. Schultze & Swart .
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
1-G Honham & Currier Bldg.
I Portland Manufacturing Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF o
Panels, Berry Boxes,
celsior Qrape Boxes, fcgg case btocK, i
and all kinds of Veneer I
FACTORY, FOOT OF RICHAIOND STREET X
St Johns Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail
1 DR. FRANK N.
v t c f n M P P
Expert service, reasonable charges. Office Hours:
Repair work aud replacement of 8:3012 A. M. 7-y P.W
lenses promptly taken care of. AU day Saturdaya.
2 Office. Bonham &
L PHONE COL. 379
Dr. D. S. Swart, Res. Col 283
Office Col. 379
Coffee Drums, Ex-1
Foot of Burlington St.
T, I A I. I S T
RES. PHONE COL. 1086
St. Patrick's dny.
Spring opens up on the 21st.
0. Chowning is erecting n new
residence nt 1185 Lombard St.
A. K. Smith of 111 S. Leonard
street is home this week with the
Have you enrolled as a member
o the Community Club? If not,
Seaman Hartford suffered a
badly strained baek the first part
of this week.
W.E. Ashby and D. S. South
mayd are reported on tho sick
list this week.
G. D. Darowish is having n
neat residence erected at 11-18
Miss Until Zurchcr has return
ed from a visit to the parental
home in Silverton.
Irviu Gromachcy and little
daughter, and alsu his mother'
have been quite ill.
At to Christian church both
pastor and people are rejoicing
in steady progress in all Hues.
J. G. Mclvin and family of (il0
Polk street are reveling in the
pleasures of quarantine. Small
pox. The sermon subject at the
Christian church Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock will be "Wor
Christian Science: Sunday
morning services at 11:00; Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 nt'-IO!)
Thomas Glover will open up a
pool aud billiard hall in the room
just vacated by the St. Johns
lair store on North Jersey.
On account of an epidemic of
small pox in the C'corge school
tlit) Parent Teacher Asnociation
will not meet until March 28th.
The advance man for a street
show was here last week looking
up a location. Ho said lie ex
pected the show to bo here in
about three weeks.
The negro meoditti at the M.
E. church last Thursday evening
wcro highly entertaining and
thoroughly enjoyed by the large
crowd in attendance.
At tho semi-annual election of
officers by the Dependable Club
Rosalind Ogdeu was elected
president; Hub yStone treasur
er, and Ida Ilaynor secretary.
Mrs. Horthu Montgomery, who
has been ill with neuritis for the
past couplu of weeks, is steadily
improving, which her many
friends will bo glad to note.
Sermon subject at tho Chris
tian church Sunday night, "The
Gospel in Literature." This class
of sermon as delivered by Dr.
Jones usually tills the house.
A Kormou story with laughs,
but not without thought provok
ing qualities. Something dilVor
out but good. At Community
church Sunday evening Report
ed. Mr. Simmons is preparing to
open up for business in the new
Nocu building, adjoining tho Pig
gly Wiggly store, with a stock of
ky goods and gents' furnish
ings. Tho Sans Dieu Rein class met
at tho homo of Mrs C It, Ma.:
well, 10') 0 Princeton street, and
a good social time was enjoyed.
Mrs. Maxwell,- assist od by her
daughters, Misses Doris and
Wilina, served n delicious lunch.
Save time, trouble and money
Mrs. Margaret Decker, depart
ment prcsidont of Woman's Re
lief Corps, will officially visit II.
B. Compson W. K. C. No. 52 Sat
urday, March 18th. Luncheon
at noon. AH members of Post
and Corps requested to bo pres
ent. Boss of the Road Overalls and
Working Clothes are guaranteed by
The Ladies' Aid of tho 'Com
munity church held their regular
meeting Wednesday afternoon,
March 15th. Wo had a very in
teresting and enthusiastic meet
ing as usual. Plans were comple
ted for the $1.00 social to be held
Saturday evening, March 18th.
l are welcome. Reported.
Caruso has passed on but you
can hear his wonderful voice at
Curriu's any timo'free.
Sidney Allen wrote two letters
to two young ladies, one accept
ing an invitation, and the other
sending bis regrets. He put the
letters m the wrong envolopos.
What happened? You can find
out in the story sermon Sunday
evening at Community ChuroJi,
corner Richmond and Ivanhou
Galli Curci will be in Portland
March 30th. You can also hoar
her every day at Curriu's. No
March so far has presented in
the neighborhood of 57 varieties
Candy, tho better kind, prices
right. Currin Says So.
Clarence Key is enjoying tho
doubtful pleasures of a good
case of grippe.
Evangelist Geo. F. Duffy, after
a short meeting at Myrtle Point,
Oregon, is home for a few days.
UOOHRS sells good pnutschenp.
The C. E. Society of the Chris
tian church meets at 0:30 Sunday
evening. Bettor come. Report
ed. Currin's is reviving the
Sweet Pea Show. Call and get
sweet pen seed free.
Dr. Sandifur takes the right
kind of care of vision troubles.
Phone Col. 071); Hoiilinin & Cur
Do not fail to attend the rose
planting at Pier Park Saturday
afternoon. A fine program has
Dr. Jones attended a congress
of the Christian churches of Ore
gon at Eugene Wednesday and
Thursday of this week.
Three prizes will be given in
tho Sweet Pea Show: First prize,
value .$20.00; second prize $15;
third prize $5.00, at Currin's
Sweet Pea Show.
The date of the Dollar Social
announced in last week's papor
for March 17th, has been chang
ed to Saturday evening, Mar. 18.
Ask the old timers about our
Sweet Pea Show. Currin Says
The members of the I. O. (). F.
Lodge No. 18(5 aro requested to
meet at the hall next Monday,
March 20, 7::i() P. M. Reported.
Free sweet pea seeds at Cur
rin's. Tuesday, March 21, is tho
dato of Relief Corps serving at
Mrs. Ringel's, N. Smith ave
nue. Don't forget to bring a
New standard for wet measure
out: Two pints, ono quart; two
quarts one tight'; one fight two
cops; two cops one judge; one
judge thirty days Contributed.
Kggs aro cheap now; so is Egg
Keep. You can preserve eggs
cheaply with Kgg Keep at 20c
pint, .km quart, UOu gallon at
C. 10. Reynolds of 1)0!) S. Syra
eusu street brought a black Mi
norca hen egg into this office on
Tuesday that weighed it ounces
2i:i grains, which is some sized
The Home Mercantile Co. lias
added a haiidsomo new Garford
two ton pneumatic, truck to their
equipment. W. Scott Kellogg.rep-
resenting tho Garford Oregon
.Motor bales Co. mado the sale.
Hy tho way, how long has it
been since you slicked up and
played beau to your wifo? Good
music, good company and an ele
vating, edifying hour awaits you
at tho Christian chinch Sunday
evening at 7 :'(). Reported.
Tho Jack and Gill Club gavo a
delightful dauee in tho Rinlc on
Thursday night, and tho six
piece orchestra furnished some of
tho best music heard in years.
Tho Cjub will give dances in the
St. Johns rink every Thursday
and Saturday evenings, aud ar
rangements are being mado to
have a country store at iho
Thursday evening dances. Lov
ers of good dancing should at
tend those dances.
Tho Royal Neighbor Club mot
at the home of Neighbor Dick
ie, 708 Calhoun street, Wednes
day, March 15, at an all day ses
sion. The day was spent tieing
a quilt aud piecing blocks for
another. A delightful dinner
was served at noon which was
enjoyed by all. Those present
were Masdamos Cunningham,
Henderson, Corhott, Muhm.Free,
Fairchild, Dickie, Herry, Dear,
Rcid, Melton, Redlinger, Olson,
Wood, Wymore, Uilyeu, Zimmer
man, Stuhr, Reynolds, Juno Wy
more, Orvillo JJerry,Franccs,Cor
near and Itea Jewel Uilyeu. Vis
itor present, Mrs. Lydia Melton.
The A. T. Ii. Club held its first
meeting at tho home of Frances
Durand. Two new oflieers were
elected aud preparations for an
April Fool's party were discuss
ed. Much of the mirth of the
aftornoon was contributed by
the irreprossiblo remarks of Unch
olor Itairns while the serving of
delicious refreshments brought
a very successful afternoon to a
close. Oflieers are Bachelors:
President, Francos Durand; sec
retary, Lillian Dickes; treasurer,
Clara Hairnos. Tho remaining
members ure: Bachelors, Silfl
Larson, Bertha McNiven, Nettie
Dawson. Lillian Loonurd, Kmma
Stephens, Jean Grice. Reported.
W. W. ROGERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
The Big Load Man, Col. 1183.
Don't get the Elu wear ROG
Special I Pineapple fudge 3!)c
a pound. Currin's for Drugs.
Twelve Inch inside Mill Wood and
Planer Trimmings. Col. 1133.
Get your battery recharged at
the St. Johns Garage. adv
Spring is now opening. List
your property with Couch & Bur
son 205'j N. Jersey.
Garage for Rent at 809 South
Princeton. Call Col. 13-15.
Twelve Inch Inside Mill Wood and
Planer Trimmings. Col. 1133.
Have your roses trimmcd.lawns
made aud gardening done by W.
B. Mason, 720 13. Mohawk street;
phone Columbia HOI.
What flta your face aud pocket
book? Have numerous calls for acre
age to trade or buy. Couch &
Kodak days aro ahead. Pre
pare now. Kodaks $0.00 up;
Brownie Cameras $2.00 up, at
For 12 in. Block Wood Ool. 258
Woman wants work by day or
hour. Call 115 S. Edition St.
The Big Load Man, Col. 1133.
For 12 in. Block Wood Ool. 258
ROGERS' ship is now crossing
the Canal with $1.50 Panama Hats.
Arc you looking for good bar
gains, to buy home or acreage or
ranch? Amiztch has some good
special bargains, new office, 300
North Jersey street, adjoining Jowcr
ROGERS is not Jewish even
though he does pass out Big Values.
Vnt to rent house or II. K.
rooms unfurnished. Phone even
ings between 4 '30 and 7:30 or Sun
day forenoon. Columbia 1109.
If you have trees, roses and vines
to be pruned call or see Amizlcli,
300 North Jersey street.
Teamsters' Aprons. ROGERS.
We have buyers who want mod
eru three and four room houses on
easy terms. If you have property
of this description come aud talk to
us. Scales & Blew, Real Estate
Brokers, 402 N. Jersey street.
l'lioue Columbia 5255.
Good Work Shoes $3.85.
Have bonaflde buyer, wants 4 or
5 room house, strictly modern, that
can be bought through soldiers
loan. G. W. Cochrane, 309 N,
Jersey street. Col. 410 or Emp. 1513.
For Sale Cheap and sightly
building lots, See J. S. Downey ut
once, 933 N, Syracuse. i ac
Watkins' Products for nalo by
G. E. Kothwill, 021 Hast Buchan
an street; Empire 1217. 19
, Men's Fine Dress Shoes $4.95
better ones in proportion, -ROGERS.
Don't forget that Mason makes
lawns and flower beds, trims
shrubbery and docs spading.
Phono Columbia 1401.
Wanted Laundry work, homo
or out. Call 1221 S. Leonard
For a Dripping Nose
Aud Chilly Toes
Wear ROGERS' Warm
35c Hose; 3 pr. $1.00.
WANTED More houses and
other property to sell, List with
us. If price is right wo can
make quick sale. RICE &
'I' AM' I,' M..Unru
Cesspools dug, good work, rea
sonable price; Col. 1071. 21
Couch & Burson thoroughly
open for business .
Lost Large bunch of keys on
Fessenden and Jersey street.
Finder please call at this ofllce;
Thoroughbred Tigenburg Bil
ly Goat for service; 810 Smith
avenue N.; Col. 831.
For Rent Furnished, a five
room house. After 5 o clock
phono Col. 518. lOtf.
Wanted To nurse sickness in
St. Johns; no heavy lifting, no
laundry; go home nights; $1.30
per day. Phono Col. 1308.
Woman wants work by tho
day or hour. Inquire at 1701
Willamette boulevard. zO
Largo dog collar found, No.
2403. Owner can have same by
calling at 020 E. Tyler street and
paying for notice
For Sale Good mandolin and
case; price $7.00. Call at 109 E.
Burlington St. or Col. 82.
Save Your Money!
Save your money you can no more build up n fortune
without the first dollar than you can build up n house without
the first brick. It takes money to make money aud by starting
now to save n part of what you earn you will be able to greet
"Dame Opportunity" with a smile when she knocks at your door.
Open a Liberty Bell Savings Account with this Bank the B
first thing TOMORROW and
Peninsula National Bank
COURTESY, SERVICE, SECURITY
THE BANK OF INDUSTRIES
You will need a Shovel these
Spring Days. Our Special for this
Single Bitted Guaranteed Axe, Special. . . .$1.59
Long Handle Round Point Shovel, Special $1.25
ing's Baseball Goods. Special
prices to Clubs.
The Peninsula Shoe Store
First Clearance Sale
Of Odd Lots at Thunder
Smashing Prices, Com
MARCH 1 7th
Come Early and Save
PENINSULA SHOE STORE
I09 S. Jersey, Next to Peninsula National Hank
puts a Gasco
j Cottage Floor
In your home.
No labor, no chores, no smoke,
no fumes, no dirt.
Ralauce 110 a month. Total cost $75.
See it at the
Portland Gas & Coke Co.
Main 6500-Automalle 562-74
All Kinds of Carpenter Work
Will repair nil your buildings,
roof repairing ; shingling and re-
Hhingling a specialty, Call nt 207
W. John street, or phono Kmpiro
029 . Charles Mnar, Cnrpoutcr.
obtain a Liberty Bell Bank.
Setting Kggs Unby Chickn
RHODE ISLAND WHITES
II. I'cok Phono Col 879
711 S. Crawford Street