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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Mnrkle Hdltor
PtibHahed Friday of Each Week
404 N. Jersey St. Phone Col. 321
TKJ RkviKW U entered At pott office
t Portland, Oregon, m mull mutter
4 tin Mcond cUm a ruler the Act of Con
greM of March j, 1879.
St. Johns Community Club
Tho St. Johns Community Cluh
partook of n delicious dinner at
the High School building Wed
nesday evening, which was pre
pared by tho Domestic Science
department. Afterward the club
members and friends were enter
tained in 11 delightful manner by
the school orchestra, glee club,
addresses and an act of the piny,
"Tho Glass Slipper," which will
bo presented by tho glee clubs on
this, Friduy, evening. A rising
vote on endorsing the daylight
waving movomcnt was strongly
against such movement. The can
didacy of Miss Louise Jennings
for tho Dryn Mitwr scholarship
was endorsed and an entorlain
nicut to assist in raising funds
for expenses incident to such
scholarship was planned, andwill
bo given by tho Portland Woolen
Mills at their club house, under
the auspices of the Community
Club on Tuesday evening, J tun
urn. mum lennings made a very
pleasing adress in relation to the
scholarship. Upon reddest of
Mr. Currin the Community Club
will sponsor tlio Hweet Tea Show
At t . . .1 ,
iiiu year, ami 11 will lie Hold 111
tho Y. W. C. A. building the ear
ly part of July. Mrs. Ii. 1. Mos
lems wan made chairman of tho
exhibit. Prof. Fletcher, Kllsworlh
Jlnkcs and school directors New
ell Hhull and Thomas gave inter
esting and instructive talks on
matters relating to tho schools.
Tho many interesting school ex
mints were viewed and occasion
cd much admiring comment.
Children's Play Suits
95 cents - 90 cents
Sizes 2 to 8 years
GIRLS' PUMPS, PAIR - $3.95
Medium Tan, Calf, Rubber Heels, Broad Otic Strap,
Very Specially Priced at pair $3.95
Children's Cloth Hats 50c
Girl's Straw Hats 50c
Mosquito Netting, yd 15c
MEN'S KHAKI PANTS $1.75
Other Grades at $2.50 and $2.25 pair
Friday evening. May lOth.Miss'
Georgia Hich was to have presen-1
ted l ronne Smith and Marion
Milne in piano recital in the
Woodlawn M. E. church, but ow
ing to the sudden illness of Mar
ion, Beth Boomsluiter substitut
ed, playing two groups of six
pieces which added greatly to
the pleasure of the evening. The
six junior pupils .Marie iienlc,
Barbara Harris, Helen Degidio,
Edith Neff, Dorothy Berry and
Vivian Milium played their
pieces pcneetlv iii.i expressive
ly. Little Vi iiini.' S uit Ii played
her two groups l eleven pieces
with ease, musical feeling and
Miss Itich presented the inter
mediate and advance students on
Monday evening, May 22, in the
Woodlawn M. E. church, ably
assisted by Elmer Snccd, whose
violin solos were greatly enjoy
ed. These students played their
numbers with rliythctieal feeling
musical interpretation and trm.il
shadings Beth Bnomsluitcr
Helen Nufl, lJnmthy MacCoach,
Huth Wilkins, Verna Shields, Al
PO R T L AND
In Internal Medicine for
the past Eleven Years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
June Glli and 7th.
umce Hours: iu a. m. to 4 p. m.
R. 'GRAHAM MoOALL, H. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Hours 8:30-10 A. M.; 1-5 P. M.
Evenings by appointment.
Peninsula Bank Building
Empire 993. Res. 108 Fessenden
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Ohargo for Consultation
BERENICE MYER McOALL
Pianist and Pipo Organist
Hours by appointment.
108 Fessenden street
Repairing Has Dropped
I will half sole Shoes
at these prices:
Men' heavy half tolei 1.25
Men's light half soles 1.00
Ladies' heavy soles 1.00
Ladles' light shoes 76
Doy's heavy soles 1.00
Boys' lleht solas 76
Girls' soles 76
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS Or PYTHIAS
Meets every Friday night at
7:30 o'clock In BICKNHR
Hall, Visitors always wel
come. E. K. PHILLIPS, C. C.
a. CAKi. Nur.son, k. r. a
No, 43 R. A, M.
Stated meetings on the first
Monday of each month in Ma
sonic Hall. Visitors Welcome.
j. n. witnsTiiR.K.it.r.
'I. II. I.I1MON. StcteUry.
Girl's Silk Lisle Hose, pr 50c
Infants Garters, pr 10c
Boy's Wash Ties 15c
Boy's Wash Suits, $2.25 to $1.40
The Square Deal Store
418 N. Jersey Street
Fridayi Saturday and Monday Specials
and cities and offers to nil who
call on this trio free consiiltntion
tu McGregor, Ruth Palmer, Klizu except the expense of treatment
Vinson, JSIizabi-th Ugrteti, iMutlo- w"cu ucsircu.
ino Miinson. Ktliel Knonf. and According to Ins method of
Frieda Jiriitcl. Sixty quests treatment ho does not operate
eame up on a special street ear r' chronic appendicitis, gall
from .St. .Johns tu attend tho re. voiles, ulcers ot the stomach, ton
JJr. Mcllcnthm is a regular iwning 15c up
graduate in medicine and surg- I use the best of leather that
cry and is licensed by the stnto money will buy. I have come to
of Oregon, lie visits profession- stay and believe in living and let
ally the more important towns you live.
C. C. HOPKINS
Boot and Shoe Maker
513 Columbia Blvd.
Near l"illiug Station.
Illnck mid Tan Oxfoids, nt. . Sl.fiO
Fancy Dress Shoes G.fiO
National Guard Shoe '1 85
i:n. c ei. ...... on nr.
J l.l m i..... i ...... '""
ii : k "mi Work Shoe.S2 5, f 00. ? G5
all good citizens join the club mi v
.1 1 A I At
mm ma hi mo neiiermeni oi con
ditions in this section. The di
rectors attending expressed ap
preciation of the club and the
good work it is doing.
The Woman's Homo Mission
ry .Society of the .Methodist
church held their annual elec
tlon of olJicers at tiio home of
Mrs. W. .?. (lalloway Friday af
ternoon, May I'Jth, and tho fol
lowing were elected: President
Airs. S, h. Cook; vice president,
Mm. H. A. Olsen: second vice
president, Mrs. F. Uose; eorre
iiponiling secretary, Mrs. K. S.
Morritt; recording seerelary,
jura. T. rikells; treasurer, Mrs. .1
(;. Churchill. Department .See
rotarirs Hvangelism, Mrs. V
Yu Kloster: Christian Htewan
nhip, Mrs. W. .1. Oalloway; Mil
! f ! ..A ft I . . ft I m m
nic uireeior, mm. v. n. nniHlllur,
'lemporanee, Mrs. ,1. Kerr. .Mrs.
A. Foul; Perpetual Membership,
Airs. ii. liatinger, Mrs. .1
Htorliug; Mite Mux, Mrs. C. Ma
won, Mrs. F. Uose; .Supply, Mix,
F. J. Fox, Mrs. It. I). Itoam;
loting People's Work, Mrs. F.
I). Hendershot, Mrs. W. H. Klos-
tor; Children's Work, Mrs. II. F
flhort, Mm. H. How; Portlani
hcttloment Center, .Mrs. F. N
Bandifur; Old People's Home,
Mrn.J. Kerr. Committees Mem
bership, Mrs. Myrtle Weeks.
Mrs. Jl. r, Clark, Mrs. F. Woolev
Projierty Mrs. H. A. Olson, Mr.
W. J. Ualloway, Mrs. ,1. C. Clmr
chill. Publicity-Mrs. H. I).
Hood Work Shoes, at 2 35
11. S. Hoy's Tenuis Shoes. . 2 35
Women's Champion Oxfords 1 25
Men's Tennis Shoos, lilnck or
Work Shirts (iGc 85c
llig Yank Khaki Shirt 05c
lions of the Itoad Hickory
lilnck Satleeii Shirts 1 00
Leather Knee Cloves 25c
'.'nil viims Cloves, 15c, 2 pair 25c
Dress Shirts SI 15, 135
Hoy's Dress Shirts 1.00
Athletic Underwear 85c
Cotton Ribbed Union Suits. . .
Hulbriggau 2 piece Suit, Car
Spcclnl Prices on Men's Work
Pants, Sl-50. $175, $2 15
VI 25 and
Good Union Made Overalls..
Hoss of the Road and Head
Men's Sox, 2 for
Men's Dress Sox
Ilig Lot of Roy's Wash Suits
Reg. $2.50 for
Hoy's and Girls' Union Suits.
Children's Socks, . 25c, 35c,
Roy's Hats and Caps,.. 35c,
Girls Hats at
Ladies' and Men's Outing
One Lot of Men's Straw Hats
Pine new lot of Ladies' Underwear, including Athletic,
arrived at Reasonable Prices.
Store full of Bargains. You aro Missing Some
thing if you fail to look them over. Come in and get
acquainted with my Prices and Goods.
J. SUBOTNICK, Proprietor.
As a fitting culmination of a
successful year. I lie .SI. Johns
Study Club held a co-operation
luncheon m the . W. C. A. bud
ding on Wednesday at 1 o'clock,
with the following members in
attendance: .Mrs. R. 0. Hraud,
president: Mrs. K. S. Hairing
ton, see.-ireas. ; .Mrs. L. F. Man
ning, .Mrs. Xom K. .Meyers, Mrs.
J. M. .Shin.-, .Mr-. K. S Currier,
Mrs. A. H. Join. Mrs.T.II. Shells,
Mrs. O. H. .Nel..mcr, Mis. P. A
Cletz, F. I). Jlendcrshott, Mrs.
Oeorge Hall, .Mix J. (). Hailey, '"'
Mrs. J' red .Menus, Mrs. K. A
Hlew, MisN Pliiivii c (loitld am
Miss Covington. Kleetioii of of
lieers resulted m the ic-clectuni
of .Mrs. Hraud n president; Mrs
Harington secretary, Mrs. A. U
Jones vice prcidciit, Mrs. J. O
IJailey treasurer, Mrs. H. A
Hlew publicity secretary. Fo
lowing the luiicheini Miss Flor
ence (lould read a paper on "An
imal and Plant Life in Oregon
it. iiruee uorseuui gave a verv
interesting and instructive lee
lure on birds of Oregon which he
illustrated with thirty
oil paintings of his own creation
Tito .Study Club will resume tie
livities again in September when
the subject ol Authors and Ar
lists of the Northwest will be ta
t . . S I
ucii tip. Mv mcniucrs will tie
welcomed into the club ami any
woman who can alio id to give
one alternoon ol overy second
week cannot all'ord to miss the
educational and tho social feat
ii res of this club. Reportei
sils or adenoids.
Ho has to his credit wonderful
results in diseases of the stom
null, liver, bowels, blood, skin,
nerves, heart, kidney, bladder,
lied wetting.cataarh, weak lungs
rheumatism, sciatica, leg ulcers
and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for nny
length ol tunc and do not get
any better, do not fail to call, as
improper measures rather than
disease are very often the cause
of your long stnndini: trouble.
Remember above date.that con
sulfation on this trip will' be free
I that his treatment is differ
-Married women must bo ac
mmpamcd or their husbands.
Address :i!J(i Hoston Dloelc.
THE TIN HOUSE
Moved to 217 North
Jersey, formerly occu
pied by Joy, tho Tailor
Telephone Empire 1399
H, A, MANNING
5St Laurel Lodge, 1, 0, 0. F.
No. IOO, SI. Johns. Orapon
Meets ench Monday evening in Oddi'el
lows hall at 7:3a. A cordial welcome to
all visiting brothers,
TIioium Thompson, N. O. KJ. Gilts, V. O.
IMw. Conuaul, Kec, Wc.1 O.W.Nuttuc, Fln.Btc.
It. V. Clitic. Tfc.
St. Johns Camp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
Wc heartily solicit the attendance ol
our members at our regular meetings
every 2d and 4th Thursday evening.
A. S. Berry, I, R. Corbclt,
115. W. Tyler St. 929 S. Jersey St.
Woodmen Ol the World
St. Johns Camp 773
(loot, lire mtttlnBi tverv Mondtr crrnln
In Ukkiicr 1111, Uutllnglon ml ttny ntttl.
Vliltori tlwtTl welcome. Old niemben torn.
out sntl itc what a live camp you belonit to.
ii. I'lti una, v; w, a ikuut, cietK.
DORIC LODGE NO. U2
A. f . and A. M.
Meets the first and third
Weducsdayof each month
hi Masonic Hall. VIM
John M. Ulalr, W. M.
A. W. Davis, Secrrtary.
Mfnerva Chapter No. 105, 0. E. S.
Meets everv second and
fourth Tuesday ol each
mouth In Masonic Hall.
(Usee I.. BUIr. W. U
Htiile V. Port. Bee.
177 A inherit itrcct.
Four lots, five room shack
house ceiled and napered,
lights and water.cellar base
ment, chicken house and
yard, imracrc, wood shed.
ifiiiitirui Icow barn, lots of fruit, irar-
ucn an in, uuu, $auu down
510 per month. 1027 Oswe
go street, St. Johns.
Dr. V. V. Sclniltc, Ken. Col. 1131
Ollicc Col. :J79
Dr. D.S. Swnrt.Kcs. Col 2811
Olllce Col. m
Tl... .. f . i, 1
tertnined nt tho Ittiino of Air.
ltuth AlcCroa, Hilt OriwoKO Mroi'l,
at an nil ilny swsion Wmliuw
dny, May 10. Tuolcing it tMinifort
and cuttinj blonkH for 11 iiiilt
was tho work iicooinnlisliod, A
jiot lurk Itini'lit'on wna Norvcd, it f
ter ynicu tho regular Inisiuci
mreuiic wan num. thono nro-
ent were Mos(lunin.s Doll, Howlov.
iieam, KinoneK, Motohor, l-'orsh
wcller, Olnwo, .Inoolisou, Kroyor,
Zella KillubrtMV, N'orris, Stuhr.
'Irout, Tccluii,' iinil Weiiuor.
UueatH wero Airs. Ivriiiiiley mid
little tlatiKhtor Anuii lVnrl, Airs.
Fennel and little tlmiditcr Ala-
rion, nira. .utry wouiihison mill
Haby Ardine of Klein, Aloutiiun,
Mrs. uoho ivillehrew, Aliuvella
ami Carol Norriu and Alarie
Trout. Tho Club will meet with
ilrs. Lilian Alilller, 7L'0 S. Kdison
atreet, June Mth. ltoportud.
in enierKeneies you run to
your local drug store for a quie!
liriweriHiou. ur, 10 Iliusli a
dreas before Koing on a trip, you
nnu you neeu just n wee hit more
cloth and ruu to the dry kooiIs
atore to purchase it, Or, in mini
erous other ways you lintl your
local Btores eonvenient and ready
to supply an urgent need. Hut
if you patronize these stores only
acu you noeu someiinnL' 111 a
hurry if you habitually send
money away to out of town con
cerns the local stores cannot
continue to exist. They must
have your suport at all times if
you want them here In time or
urgent need. There nre manv
ways in which local stores can
aexve you and save you money.
Give them a chance. Your pat
rog is what they need.
Tfc Klg Lm4 Man, Cel. 1183.
Drs. Schultze & Swart
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
1-0 lloiilintu & Currier HMk-
Phone Ray Bilyeu
FOR YOUR FOUR FOOT
CORD and SLAB WOOD
I'lider the direction of Airs. (I.
Y. Overs! reel, provident of the
Deborah l.iviiiKstou W. I'. T. I'.,
Unit ort;iiiiuHtioii is Kiiniiiiif rap
idly iu the eoutust now liein
eontiueted tlirouirh tho lireater
I'ortlnud Assoeiation. Since the
I moil entered the contest late it
is remarkable that it now stands
lil tb place and only a few votes
from lourtli plaeo. In order that
noticeable nam may be made
this organization must have at
least la.OOO votes each week. For
the purpose of stimulating inter
11 iu me contest in turn commu
nity, Airs. Ovorstrect has appoin
ted the following captains who
will cheek tip on her particular
district once each week and see
(hat the votes are turned in
.Mrs Knox, Airs. Mayors. Airs.
.Merchant and Airs. Blow. Votes
will be furnished with each cash
purchase made from Currin's for
Drugs, II. ,1. Simmons, Orabate-
m oi. j onus Kink every
Thursday and Friday by
Jack and Gill Club
30X31 2 CORD TIRES
St. Johns Garage
216 N. Jersey Street
Idle Hour Pool Hall
207 N. Jersey Street
OI.OVHR & AI.I.I5N, Proprlitors
T, A. Glover, Manager
If You Want
The Modern Klectrlc Will
ing Machine has been called
the greatest of it 1 1
Appliances ever produced
for the Home.
We believe you will agree
with this strong statement
after you have seen one of
these machines iu action.
Drop iu any time for free
Eleclrlc Store Electric Betiding
The Fraternal Boosters
Meets every First and Third Wed'
ncsdav iu the
Odd Fellows' Hall
Join and Help JJoost
OftlccCol. C2C Rcsltlcncc-Col. 477
Dr. E. P. Borden
l'ntiilcsicxtrnctloti of teeth under nitrous
I'cnlnmiU II.iiiK IIIiIr.
St. Johiii, Portland, Oregon
PENINSULA TITLE ABSTRACT A REALTY CO
H. HENDERSON, MngSr
402 N. Jsrssy Strsst
Abstracts of Title Preimred
I'honc Co'.umbl 2i5
Poff & O'Neil
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand and Gravel
Dally Trips to Portland
mm Col. 308 208 N. JERSEY IT
Frank A. Rice
Office 107 N. Jersey Street
Phone Col. 887 ItoUknce Col. 391
All Kinds of Truck and Team
Work, Furniture Moving, Basement
DIrkIiir, Sand ami Gravel: Wood
for sale Cordwood $7.50; Planer
W. S. JEANS
I Col; 733 5io E.Polk St.
LAWN MOWERS Violin InstructLn
Sharpened and Repaired STUDIO, 216 N. Syracuse Strctt
Bicycle Kepairltic. Saw Fillne. rbone Columbia 802
Wght llrazlne Work, Key Fittlim Alu.S.Stilfi
ana umbrella Kepalrlne promptly
done. New and Sccond'IIand Bi
cycles for sale. Get new tres put on
your Baby Buggies and Go-Carts
Makes them inn ratlrr
l'RICKS RIGHT G1VR MR A TRIAL I !iH5SL?55
A. W. ALLEN.
118 rhlladelphU Street, St. Jobui, I
Light & Power Company
"BujYoui Electxic Goods al an Ddctiictt"
Mrs. C. JL Uiw
Scales & Blew
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
We Buy and Sell
Agents for Sibloco I'lpeless Furnace.
402 N. Jeraey
na htoro, I. ,1. .Muck (Irocorv. n;,c mvi o. r.i..i f 111 rl, 11 r?
St. .lol.ns llurdwmv, .M. Tow.r'"""" tvm" """-a'Ui:. n. UULIVWCH, IY1. C.
or, jowoler. Save your votes.
Ration Ranch Jairy
Buy Pure Milk Direct From The Farm
The Dairy is mulor strict supervision of the City
Health Department and the Cows are tested
for tuberculosis every six mouths.
Phone Col. 321 for orders
Portland, Ore.. May 20. 1022
r.tlttor ht. .Johns Koviow Uoar
Sir? I understand that you have
a lireman iu St. Johns hy the
name ot Krod Orchard who
elaiins to ho some wrestler. Now
I wish to issue a challenge to Or.
chard and I will agree to throw
him twice within !i0 minutes of
actual wrest lint: time. 1 am
willing to wrestle him any time,
any place ami winner to take all.
I would like to have you put
tins oiiallengo 111 your napor.
1 loping you Ilnd space for same
and thanking you 111 advance for
tavor, 1 renin in, respectfully,
mil Tumor, Woltorweight
C hnmpion of Canada.
READY FOR BUSINESS
AT 507 JKRSR Y STRKIJT
tit tf . riMr nrniinuii I
All minis Ol J11UC KCfAIKINU help yoV' i have roreil hu
neatly done. Our work is Brst class To tdu ' 1 UundreJ,! whr
aim material is goou. uur prices
iv, av mum ikj.
JJoo tro Trotttmenta
Stomsch trouble. Chronic dlseste and
wo matter wtut your trouble Is I can
Dr. W. J. Gilstrap
Physician & Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
X ray Laboratory
Peninsula Security Co. Bldg.
Russell & Colwell
Teacher of Piano
Consultation and examinations Free.
"ray as you can.'
No knife. No operations. No Incurable
Free treatments this week,
R. G. Muck
Phones Col. 1284
907 Fessenden Street
A. A. Muck
Phones Col. 118
1032 N. Syracuse Street
Patronize Your Local Laundryrfi''n1 co"i;ctiS
Sand, Gravel and
Members ot the Builders' Exchange
Phone Columbia 977
PtHINSULA ELECTRIC CO., Inc..
I hiving resigned my position with Tho Sunset
Cash Grocery, I wish to announce to my friends and
prospective patrons that I will Open Up a Krst Class
Grocery Store, with a New, Fresh and Up-To-Date
Stock, at 10S Philadelphia Street, opposite Masonic
Block, on Wednesday, May 31st.
500 Balloons Will Be Given Away to the Children
On OPENING DAY
A visit to our now store will bo appreciated by
W. J. FORSYTHE, Prop.
I liarlos Atkinns, a not-ro 15
years old, ono of four taken into
custody in connection with the
killing of Mrs Kluahoth Kitch
ens, 'JO ywtrs old, was hurned at
the stake at Davisboro, Georgia.
.May IStli 1 io lvno hiii" occur
red at the seenc of tho murder
and followed an alleged confes
sion from the prisoner. Ho was
tortured ovor a slow nrn fur 1f
minutes and thou, shrinking with chestra. lake Vaucouver car to
pain, was uuostioned concorniii!' Midway. Admissiou 35c and 50c
his accomplices. Members f Daucitifi starts at 8 p. tu
tho mob, eomprisimr nearlv 2.-
Pipe Organ and Harmony
MISS MARGARET NOTZ
721 S. Jersey Street. Umpire 1271 Hand Finish Work Mended and wRiG fixtures and SUPPUM
uarneil a Snet ialiw. Pnm . us.i.. - ul-uc"u tpir orx
ing and Wet Wash Solicited. IWSJersey Street, - Portland, Oregon
Bundles Called for and DelWered.
Phono Colmnbiu 2407
Piano Tuning Repairing
Shop at 107 W. Park v thott S32-S4
Kvery Suuday night at Midway
Hall. Music by seven piece or
000 people, then raised tho body
again, tastouod it to a pine tree
with trace chains and relighted
tho lire. More than 200 shots
were tired into the charred body
following the boy's death.
Cards of thanks notices are
charged for at the rate of fifty
cents each. Persons desirins to
have such notices published
should make a note of this.
J. W. Herwick
Phone Col. 6S2
Res. 1025 S. Jersey
J. W. HERWICK & SON
Wood of all Kinds
BRICK, SAND AND GRAVEL
Phone Columbia 874
L. R. NICHOLS
St. John., Oregon Chimney Brick, Cesspool Brick.
aiso contracts taken for Diggioe
C. O. Herwick Cesspools.
502 N. Hdiion Street
JVluhm & Brewer
Ccatractors tad Builders
Plans and Specifications furnished
Free when we build. Repairs and
Alterations. Res. Phone Col.962
Patronize the home merchant.
Legal Guarantee Givero
ffontJ fJCnlfm no pln-ctBUou work.
am io ui-nu ru Tretoau
Currin'a For D
St, Johns, . Oregon
I Luy or sell St. Johns Proptrty
A. W. DAVIS
Fire Iniurance and Notary PuMk
List your property with me if yo
uesuc to sen quickly