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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
A. W. Maifclc Hdltor
PdMIahod Friday of Each Week
404 N. Jersey St. Photic Col. 32
SukMrlMI sn prloa S1.6Q paryaar
TRK RKVIRW ii entered at post office
In Portland, Oregon, as moil matter
oi the aacond claw under the Act of Con
Tt of March J, 1879.
Tho Sweet Pen Show held under
tho auspices of the St.Johns Com
munity Club in tho Y. W. C. A.
building Wednesday was a fine
success. A profusion of beauti
fully tinted Hweot peas were in
evidence. They presented a most
ploaainK and alluring appearance
upon tho well arranged tables
nnd claimed tho admiring atten
tion of tho visitors during the nf
tcrnon and evening. It was clear
ly demonstrated that St. John
hua few if any equals in sweot
poa growing. Tho following arc
tho prize winners: Single Color
Class Mrs. It. Kloster, Hint, $10;
Mrs. Kd. Boyco, second, $7.50;
Mary K Stevenson, third, $5.00.
Largest Bouquet Class Mrs. ('.
T. Uoard.flrat, $10; Mildred Sears
second, $7.1)0; T. Is IJowling thin
$5.00. Best Mixed Class Mr. JI.
Peck, first, $10; Mrs. It. Kloster,
second, $7.50: Mrs. J. A. Moua
ban, third, O.00.
The judges were 1). J5. Brodahl,
Oraco B. Iliestaud and S. J
ilolph. Tho radio concert and or
elicit music in tho evening
wero greatly enjoyed.
II. B. Cotupson W. 11. ('. met in
regular session duly 1 (Hist and
third Saturdays arc tho regtdar
meeting days). A goodly number
was present and eight of tho nine
delegates were present and re
ported tho best time of their
lives at Newport at tho State H11
campment of tho O. A. H. Mrs,
Chcyno of Tacoma was a visitor.
She was a former member of tins
W. 11. C. but now a member of J.
A. IiOgan W. Jt. ('. of Tacoma,
Wash. Wo wero glad to have h r
with us again. Also Mrs. Sallie
Nolen, pant president of II. B.
Comjison W. It. C, who is living
in Beaver. Ore., and had taken
her transfer card, was present
and reinstated. Wo are in hopes
she will return to St. .Johns mid
make her homo with us. Satur
day, July 15th, will bo our nt'.xl
meeting in the I. O. 0. K. hull.
nvcry momocr is requested 10 lie
present, as the report of Slate
Convention will bo rend. Nop.
Mrs, Bertha Hansen died .Inly
10th at her home, (528 N. Smith
avenue, of nephritis. She was
born in Sweden and hud resided
uero ror mtccn years. M10 wns
tho mother of live children, four
of whom aro living Mr. A.
Dashney, Tho Dalles, Oie.j Mrs.
Ora Anderson, Casper ami I'M
ward Ilanheu of Portland. A miii,
John William, died October 7th.
1915. Funeral services were
held Wednesday at 2:110 p. m,
m ,1 -1 . 1 ...1 ...
irom wie cnapoi 01 1110 ni. nihil
Undertaking Co,, Dr. II. .lone
preaching tho sermon. Inli
mrnt in Columbia cemetery.
Dalo Klinn and nephew, I'M
Ainon, returned 10 tueir nntno 111
Coquillo City, Ore., after a
... I- . .1 . .
wkh vinii wmi i no loriuer s
brother, .1. II. Plinu of 71H Ksst
Itiehmoud street. ,. 11. Khun
has been seriously ill, but is now
able to walk across the floor wi'h
very little assistance, nnd his
many friends hope for a spccd.t
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Petri of .North
Kellogg street aro cntcrlainiii I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McAlrath an. I
daughter Sylvia of Seattle, Wash
. - ft a a at .
Jir. aim .-urn. .MOAiriiiu sro 011
their vacation and Mill travel to
Harry J. Simmons and W II.
Ball have been spending a couple
oi weeks 111 t.'eutri and boutlicru
Oregon pursuim; the finny tribe
in Odcll, Klamath and other
lakes in that vicinity.
Ice Kenworthy of Seattlo visit
cd with his unole, Capt. S. Ken
worthy of 723 K. lUehmond St. a I
few days ago.
Men's Work Shirts
Womon's Long Silk Gloves ; .$1.50
Crcpo Bloomers 65c, 50c
Hosiery, Colors Black, Brown, White, pr..25c
Middy Ties 85c, 50c
Women's Vests 50c, 35c, 28c, 25c
Children's Knit Waists 45c
Terry Towels, Large Size 25c
Women's Dress Pumps $3.95
Brassieres and Bandeauxs 50c, 35c
Chemise $1.15, $1.00
Boy's Unionsuits 75c
Men's Extra Pants $3.15
Men's Balbrlggan Unionsuits $1.50, $1.25
Men's Dross Shoos .'..$3.95
Work Shoes $3.25, $2.95, $2.40
Uncle Den Says:
"Better music thun
the ring of money
is the ring of health
in your voice."
Health Talks by DR. II. 0. BROWN
A western mining engineer wns being in
terviewed by a magazine writer. Though
he bud spent bis life at it he criticised every
thing nnd refused to sec anything
intcrcMlug, hopeful or luiuimi in
milling. Then the interviewer .switched to
the subject health. The truth cutnc out.
The mining engineer had never had a
Moiunch. He wns tortured nnd .soured by
everything he ate.
When (hero is stomach trouble
of this character, tho cause is in
the spine, as otherwise a change
- of diet, or a reduction in the
amount of food would give relief.
The chiropractor by chiropractic
spinal adjustments of the verte
brae pressing upon spinal nerves
to the stomach lifts tho pressure
and Nature restores normal di
gestive vigor A good stomach
makes an optimist.
Recommends Chiropractic for all
"I was troubled with ulcers of
the stomach and was in a hospital
for nu operation, but was loo
weak. Then 1 tried ohiropractio
piual adjustments and now I am
feeling as good as ever. There
fore, I highly recommend the ad
jiislmiiiiU to lluwo afflicted with
stomach l roubles. ",1. d. Scluiel
tier, Chiropractic Ueseareh Bu
reau, statement No. BIOIII.
Why delay when consultation
is without charge. Find out.
PRESSURE ON SPINAL
NERVES IN DISEASES Of 1
THE FOLLOWING ORGANS'.
The lower nerve
INOOLASS IS PINCHED
OVA MISALIGNED JOINT.
PINCHED NERVES CANNOT
MOVES THE PRESSURE.
THE UPPER NERVE IS
H. O. BROWN, D. C.
Cor. Dwight and Lombard Sts.
Hours; 1 to f 1. M
Phone Umpire 0273
or by Appointment
Should Not Tempt You
The Economy BAKING POWDER
That's What Millions o Housewives Do
rrri a I J fl DOwnrnii
HE HAD NEVER
HAD A STOMACH!
They know that Good
Baking Powder can't be
sold for less; that "More
for the Money" means
bake -day failures, waste
of time and money; that
Calumet means economy.
The World's Greatest Baking Powder
V (& . v centres u- K
BEST BY TEST
i Portland Manufacturing Co.
Panels, Berry Boxes, Coffee Drums, Ex
celsior Grape Boxes, Egg Case Stock,
and all kinds of Veneer
FACTORY, FOOT OF RICHMOND STREET
R. G. Muck
l'honct Col. 1284
907 I'cueiidcn Street
A. A. Muck
l'koiici Col. 118
Sand, Gravel and
Member of the HuHclcr' Itxchaiifc3
I Phone Columbia 977
PENINSULA ELECTRIC CO., Inc.
Electrical Engineers and Contractors
WIHI.NO 1'IXTUUKS AND SUri'MItS
General Kcpalr Work
109 S. Jeriey Street, Portland. Oregon
gallon Ranch Dairy
Buy Pure Milk Direct From The Farm
The Dairy is under strict supervision of the City
Health Department, and the Cows are tested
for tuberculosis every six mouths.
Phono Col. 321 for orders
Dr. V. P. Schttli., lies. Col. 1131
Office Col. 370
Dr. D. S. Swnrt, Res. Col 283
Office Col. 379
Legal Guarantee Giveru"
N n4 ( Knlfro pln contlnu work.
Aik to OIodIi rile Treataeat.
Currin'n Vor Drimn
St. Jobni, OrcRon
Geo. W. Muhm
Contractor and Builder
Plans and Specifications furnished
Free where I build. Residence ad
dre&t 108 Smith ave. Col. 062.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS Or PUMAS
Meet every I'ridny night at
7:30 o'clock lu I1ICKNUR
Hall. Vlsltori always wel
come. K. B. PHILLIPS, C. C.
A. CARL MKI.SON, K. K. 3
H0.-43 R. k. M.
Stated meetings on tho Grat
Monday of each month In Ma
sonic Hall. Vliltort Welcome.
T. D. WKISTKR.lt.lt. p.
. II. LUMON. ScttUry.
Laurel Lodge, 1, 0, 0. F.
No. I OO. St. Johns. Orcaon
Meets each Monday evening in OddFel
lows hall at 7:3o. A cordial welcome to
all visiting brothers.
ThoidHlThorapion, N. O. K1. Clin, V. O.
ltdw. Coniunl. Htc Bte.1 O.W.Nortnt, l'ln.Bc
II. Y, CUtk. Tre.
St, Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America. ,
Wc heartily solicit the attendance of
our members at our regular meetings
every 2d and 4th Thursday evening.
A. S. Berry, K. R. Corbctt,
202 It. Polk St. 929 S. Jersey St.
Woodmen of the World
St. Johns Cnmp 773
Oooi, lire meeting! every Motwlnf ereoln(
In Ulckuer Hill, Butllnglon and JtrKjr itreet.
Vliltoflw7i welcome. Old membr cotjm
out and tee what lire cnmp you belong; to.
It. PKTKRB, C. O. W. A. TROUT, Cletk.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. r. and A. M.
Meets the first and third
Wednesdavof each month
In Masonic Halt. Visl
John M. Olalr, W. M.
A. W. Davis, Secretary.
The Fraternal Boosters
Meets every First nnd Third Wed
nesday in the
Odd Fellows' Hall
Join and Help Boost
OniccCoI. C25 ltcildcucc-Col. 477
Dr. E. P. Borden
Painless extraction of teeth under nitrous
Peninsula DanK Dldg.
St. Johns, Portland, Oregon
PENINSULA TITLE ABSTRACT & REALTT CO
H. HENDERSON, Manag.r
402 N. JarsayStratt
Abstracts of Title Prcnaretl
Phone Columbia 255
Poff ii 0'NeiI
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand and Gravel
Daily Trim to Portland
Phone Col. 308
206 R. JERSEY ST
Frank A. Rice
Office 107 N. Jersey Street
Phone Col. 887 Residence Col. 391
Drs. Schultze & Swart
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
I buy or sell St. Johns Property
A. W. DAVIS
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
List your property with me if you
desire to sell quickly
1 0 Houli . 1 S: OnirKr lil
CENTRAL CASH GROCERY
108 Philadelphia St. W. J. FORSYTHE
Opposite Masonic Bldg. Phone Empire 1588
The Store of Personal Service
WE DELIVER FREE
Slab and block wood mixed,
$5 per loud ; four foot slab, $4.50
cord; planer wood, $1.50 load,
W. O. SPE0K, 015 N. Hudson St.
All Kinds of Truck and Team
Work, Furniture Moving, Basement
DIkbIok, Sand and Gravel; Wood
for sale Cordwood $7.50; Planer
Col. 722 510 E. Pollr St.
STUDIO, 215 N. Syracuse Street
Phone Columbia 302
Dr. W. J. Gilstrap
Physician & Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
X ray Laboratory
Peninsula Security Co. Dldg.
St. Johns, .
White Front Grocery
There are Kovornl pleased and
proud owners of a Sibloeo Pipe
ifa l'urnaco in m.joiiuh unit can
vouch for and recommend thorn
an great heatera and amall fuel
consumers. Now is tho time to
have onr installed. For partii'u-
lan see Alex. . Scales, oOli 1Y
aemlcn atreet, phono Empirv
For StleI.ot 50x100 and lum-
bcr enough to build a 4 or 5 room
home, sidewalks are in; near coop
cugc; small payment down und
balance monthly and interest. Call
at 220 S. Amherst street.
Must Sell Before Sunday six
room house and three lots, all kinds
of fruit, berries, nuts, etc. Price,
52400. (200 down, balance easy
Monthly payments. Call at 917 S.
I. H. Lynch expects to go Hast
to the great lakes for a 80 day va
cation. He may start on the lGlh.
FRENCH BLOCK 523 Columbia blvd.
Save, Save, Save!
Curve Cut M.icaroui, 1 lbs 25c
Solid Pack Tomatoes, 2X sue, can 15c
l-xtra Choice Walnuts, lb. 20e. 2 lbs 35c
Central Wend Coffee 35c lb., 3 lbs 93c
Folgcrs Golden Gate Coffee, 3 lb $1.00
Deviled Meat 15 cans 25c
11 cans Durtimule Milk 98c
Toilet Paper. 7 rolls 25c
3 Hottles pute Cider Vinegar 25c
7 Pks, Lunch Paper for 25c
1 Hot. CloroN. will take out stains of all kiuds, our price, bot..20c
We carry a full line of Fresh Fruits, and Vegetables
Hnrds nf tlmnUs nations nm Wanted Men or women to
Snmo vorv nterest nir snoeials for this week FIJI DAY and chnnreri for at Mm rnto nf fiftv 'Ko orders lor genuine guaran
SATURDAY ONLY. Now is tho time- to save and take advantage cents each. Persons desiring to Ued hosiery for men, women and
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should make n note of this.
Pure Cano Horry Sugar, I (Yellow or white 20c
io ilia tor i.viu v ruwn rumr, i;i in, k nnm.'rih ..n,m. fnr. col. t
it iiiti . n .iri .k it i rf . .
tiii.iiii ii urn' ouni, jii unia ,pi,iv
(With $1.00 worth of groceries)
Hordon'.s Milk, 10c can;
10 onus 97c
Darimade Milk, 12 cans,
Libby s Pork and Heans,
Libby 'a Annie Hotter,
1 lb. 2 oz. can. . . .
Lopox's Oysters, 2 cans 25c
Koyal Club Canned Peaches,
No. 2V. size, 30c
All Otiicra Promptly Atteiulcd
m R. Mohawk St. Portland, Ore,
wooduwn 2iiy (!,ul CHiutml Poaches,
I n MIA
in i .. rm '?
Vim Camii's Pork and Honns,
V.i !t 1 Hi 1 .iv .
IV "fa a m" t a j
Vovn Meal, V lb, sack.
Tl us U cash only.
a . r.x . I VMIVVI I lUVi UV I'VI aV-
Mill i roam i leeso, it. -e drcd sheets.or 500 sheets forone
ki re ijiiru, ,i in. (iau. . ,
$10 a weok full timo, $1 an hour
spare tune, hxperieuce unneces
sary. International Stocking
Mills, Norristown, Pa.
Crisco, 9 lb. can $2.1H)
Crisco, 6 lb. can $1.30
Shredded Wheat, 2 pks 25e
Puffed Wheat, 2 pks 25c
Koyal Club Pineapple,
No. 2Vi 30c
Strained Honey, Ys pints 15c
Gom Nut, lb 24c
Nucoa, lb. 27o; 2 lbs 52c
Koyal Club ColTeoe, lb. tins. . UK
M. J. H. ColToo, lb. tins 12o
Dopwndable CotToo 39o
White Front Hlond Cot,
U5c; 3 lbs $1.00
We aim to please.
M. MERRICK, Propriotor. ,
Don't send your iirintiiiK
Sibloco Pipeless Furnaco, the
Ford of tho furnace world; satis
fact iuu guaranteed in every re
spect. Price $79.00 and $135 F.
O. H. Silverton, Oregon. Alex,
S. Scales, Agent; Phone Empire
1225, 502 Fessenden street.
For Sale, at 929 Calhoun, by
owner, new modem house. living
room, bod room, built-in Dutch
kitchen, dining alcove with built-! One hundred first class envel-
iu .china closet, complete hath opes with your name and ad-
room, content walks and stops; 2 dress neatly printed on the cor
50x100 foot lots, level with side- nor for one dollar at the Review
walk. A dandy tlo for a eou- ouiee. Additional 100 for 75c
plo wishing to koi oow or . The postothce department ad.
chickens; $2-200, tortus. Call
Col. 100-1, or writo Mr. Koy
Crouchley, 920 N. Central Ave.
visos the use of printed return
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