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TriE st. Johns review
A. W. Mnrlcle lidltor
PubliBhcd Friday of Each Week
404 N. Jersey St. Photic Col. 321
3ubgorlntl on pflc Q;G3J?SXI!-T'
Th Rkvirw U entered nt post office
la Portland, Oregon, m runll ninttcr
of the second chut under the Act of Con
jr.re of March J, 1879.
If it is within tho scope of
your most vivid imiiKiiiulion to
picturo n man n ruul live, walk
ing, talking, brcntliiii( lie man
who having attained that mystic
art of nucccssfully directing the
strange gesticulations of an auto
mohilo through tho busy streets
of Portland has not yet dweover
cd thnt a blow out is a blow out
and docs roqtiiro some little re
pairing before tho tire can again
be inflated, barken to this:
Whang 1 went tho tiro. Mr.
"Wood Ii. Motorist ambling lei
surely down tho street brought
Klizaholh Ford Sedan to a sud
den stop beside tho curb directly
in front of n grocery store on Fes
Netidcn and Oswego streets. Out
gels Mr. Wood H., immaculately
dressed in his new tweed suit,
pongco shirt, tan shoes, urern sox.
green tic and a new straw hat.
Oh, my goodness gracious, Agnes,
this was no place for him.
Hut after n cursory inspection
of that hind tire, he gels the
pump from under the seat and ro
gardlcss of his brand new clothes
and the boiling hot sun he goes
merrily to work, "pumping her
up," Two hundred mid lifly
pumps, more or less, and 10 mill
utcs later tho tire was still Hat.
Nothing daunted, Wood It. dis
covers that his pump is no good
and borrows one from the gro
cery man. Another 10 minutes
of continuous pumping and still
that tire lay flattened like a rat
tle snake on a rail just behind
the evening express.
Queer they make so many hum
pumps 1 He stops Mr. OimmI Mo
torist who produces a three-valve
pump absolutely guaranteed. No
"Guess your patch didn't
stick," 0 lie in (lood, as he re
"turns from the grocery store and
finds Wood It. still pumping.
"Patch," says Wood. "I did
not patch it. Tho darned thing
just went flat all of a sudden and
1 thought all vou had "1 'o was
pump her up."
"Vou have another thought
coming," says Mr. (lood, as he
picked up his pump and drove
away. Jessie Ii. Blow, in Sun
Wc are gradually increasing our stock of Trousers so that
with our fall shipments coming in steadily wc expect to oiler nn
extremely large assortment for your selection. With compara
tive grades wc believe there is no one who can sell at a lower
figure than wc can.
Prices from $2.00 to $7.50 Pair
Infant Soft Sole Shoes
85c, 95c, 80c
Made of Kid Leather in White,
Uluc, Black, Cream and Com
bination of Colors, by a man
ufacturer who specializes In
infant shoes only.
Women's One Strap Comfort
Slippers, Pair $2.15
A pair of these Vici Kid
Pumps for about the house
purposes, will prove their
worth many times in comfort.
chiefs, Each 5c
Children's Knit Un
and Brassicrs, 35c, 50c
Don't forget wc carry a
line of yardage go :ds carefully
selected, Gingham, Devon
shire. Cretonnes, Scrim Out
ings, Sateen, Ktc., arc at the
Donlffnov fiittoniH i!fio to Alio
DisiKner Patterns Includes cutting mid construction Iny-out which
wives you money. Wc carry Delimiters I'ntU-rm becnuse wc believe
tlit-7 will excel in style, m aim simplicity.
Deborah Livingston W. . T.l
met at the homo of Mrs'. It. A. Ol
son, 502 W. Richmond street on
Monday afternoon when the an
nual election of oflleers was hold.
Mrs. Ii. Russell was elect ed presi
dent; Mrs. (J. W. Overstreet llrsl
vice president; Mrs. Nora H.Moy
ers, second vice president; Mrs.
Minnie Knox' re-elected secretary
and Mrs. I). Tallman treasurer,
aim Airs. .1. r. iverr assistant, in
Tito residence of John N. Kdlef
s.ii in Irvington is undergoing
extensive decoration by V. M.
I'ilin of St. Johns, who has had
his crew at work for the last two
weeltH. Mr. I'ilip, whose place o
luiNiiiess is on upper Washington
street, has many line homes undo
Ins eliai'ite. amontr tltem one o
lite most expensive residences on
Woxtiixi'r Terrace for Frank Han
sum til' the I'histeru & Western
Lumber Co.; the residence o
It. F. UphIiiiw of the Lndd Instate
in Haul Moreland, and Malarkey
Bros. huildiiiLf on Portlaut
Horn -To .Mr. and Mrs. S. H,
Oshorii, IO.'i Crawford street, on
AiiguM lith, n son.
II a man would only put us
Hindi "pep" in his work as he
iloes in his eiiHsin', there wottlt
be inure rich folks. Hx.
Nome times a follow gels pretty
well iilouu in years before he re
alixes that brains were given him
not solely for hair fertilizer. Hx
What hits become of the old
fashioned hoy who used to take
pride in It-Hint; how many eon Is
of stovewood he could saw in u
week T Hx.
Six per cent LOANS may bo se
cured for any purpose on farm
lands, irrigated lauds, to liny or
build homes, City or Farm, under
our mortgage eertiilcates.
a summary of the vear's work a,' Ihinkcr Ueservo Deposit Com
rend by Mrs. Knox, seorelar.v.tht
Union was surprised to lind that
tho number of calls made upon
the sielc.the number of iiingn.iucs
distributed, bouiiiets, fruit mid
bundles of clothing by members
of tho Union run into the liuinl
reds. A number of prominent
speakers during the year iiu-ltid
rd state nud county ollieers and a
state ofllcer of California. Din
ing the year the president. .Mm.
Overstreet had not iiiisned a
meeting and Mm. M. Knox had
not minxed a county institute.
Tho next meeting of the Union
will be held at Peninsula Park on
August III, when a short luisine-,
meeting will be combined with
the annual picnic Lunch will be
scrvrd at noon when a speaker
will be provided.
imii.v, dun iv
One hundred firat clnsa envoi
opus witli your nnmo mid ad
dress neatly printed on tho cor
ner for ottu dollar at tho ltoview
ollioe. Additional 100 for 7f)C
Tho poHtoflico department ail.
vises the use of printed return
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
this oOIee Oliver, Underwood,
Smith and Kcmiugton. Kach
75 cents. Vou can do better and
more presentable work with a
Mrs. Vinson docs hemstitch
ing nt 528 South Ivunhoo; pliotu
Columbia 10M, tf
i'or Sale Good heating stove.
Call 111! H John street.
I A Simple Lessow
t In Arithmetic
J If you SPEND Y0UII MONEY
QUI OI IOWD,
t And your neighbor spends HIS
V rsvt m a
saurtiui oui oi town,
And EVERYBODY spends his
money out of town,
What will become of this town!
THINK IT OVER.
TRADE AT HOME
For Sale 2 tons wheat, more or I
less, $30 on ii roil ml. Also CO acres
good dirt $1(500. part cosh, bal. ensv
li. 615 N. Central Ave.
Typewriter paper for salent
tjtia of lice.
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
this oflico; 7oo each.
Warranty deed blanks and
contracts of salo at this oflico; fie
each, or fiOo per dozen.
Foi Sale Cheap and sinhtly
wilding lots. See I. S. Downey at
nice, N, byractise, isc
Hag rugs woven, all sizes; sat
sfactiou Kuarauteed. Call Hm-
nre 21J10 1021 H. Allct'lieny St
The Northern Pacific Railway Company will employ men at rates
prescribed by the United States Railroad Labor Board as follows:
Machinists 70 cents per hour
Blacksmiths 70 cents per hour
Shoot Metal Workers 70 cents per hour
Eloctrlclans 70 cents per hour
Stationary Engineers Various Rates
Stationary Firemen Various Rates
Boilermakers 70 and 70Uc Per hour
Passenger Car Men 70 cents Per hour
Froight Car Men 63 conts per hour
Helpers all classes 47 conts per hour
Mechanics and Helpers are allowed time and one half for time worked
in excess of eight hours per day
Yauno men who desire to learn these trades will be employed and
given an opportunity to do so.
A strike now exists on tho Northern Pacific Railway.
Apply to any Round House or shop, or to Superintendent
Northern Pacific Railway
At Tacoma, Washington
The Baking Powder that Gives
the Best Service in Your Kitchen
The Economy BAKING POWDER
Pure and Wholesome Foods
When a "Big and Cheap"
can of baking powder is
offered youLOOK OUT.
Every can of Calumet is
the same keeping Qual
ity Perfect last spoon
ful good as the first.
The moderate cost of
Calumet combined with
the highest merit estab
lishes the greatest of
You save when you buy it?
DEST BY TEST av
Greatest Baking Powder
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
R. G. Muck
l'honci Col. 1281
007 l'cMcuilcn Street
A. A. Muck
Phones Col. 118
Sand, Gravel and
Members of the Ilulklcre lixchange
l'liono Emplia 977
PENINSULA ELECTRIC CO.. Inc.
Electrical Engineers and Contractors
WIKI.NO flXTURIM AND SWTUK3
General Kennlr Work
109 S. Jeney Street, Portland, Oregon
Qalton Ranch )airy
Buy Pure Milk Direct From The Farm
The Dniry is under strict supervision of the City
Health Department nnd the Cows are tested
for tuberculosis every six months.
Phono Col. 321 for ordors
Legal Guarantee Giveru
Nm niU r Kntftna pain continue work.
Atk to ace OI-dU rllo Trrtmat.
Cuvvln't I'or DrtiUH
St. Jolim, Oregon
I . a
I buy or
sell St. Jobns Property
W. DA V lb
Fire Insurance and Notary Public
ust your property with me it you
desire to sell quickly
St. Johns Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Slnb nud block wood mixed.
$o.5U per load; four foot slab. $5
cord; pinner wood, $1.50 lond.
W. O. Hl'JuuK, 010 If. Hudson Bt.
Foot of Burlington St.
CENTRAL CASH GROCERY
108 Philadelphia St. W. J. FORSYTHE
Opposite Masonic Bldg. Phone Empire 1588
The Store of Personal Service
WE DELIVER FREE
"Wanted Men or women to
take orders for genuino guaran
teed hosiery for men. women nnd
children. Eliminates darninc.
$40 a wcok full timo. $1 an hoar
spare timo. Experience unneces
sary. International Stocking
Mills, Norristown, Pa.
Tvnowriter uaDer for nnln nt
this ofllce. Price 2J5 nnr hnn.
Id red sheets.or 500 sheets forone
Patronize the home merchant, '
tlbLMCS LODGE NO. 101
KNIGHTS or, PYTHIAS
Meets every l'ridny night at
7:30 o'clock in BICKNHR
Hall. VUltora always wel
come. E. 15. PHILLIPS, C. C.
A. CARL NnLSON, K. R. 3
' Ho. 43 D. A, M.
Stated inectlugs on the Grit
Monday of each motitli In Ma
sonic Hall. Visitors Welcome.
;. d. witisTim.it.it. r.
'1. It. LKMON, SCTUry.
a&Laurel Lodge, 1, 0. 0. F.
""- No. IOO, St. Johns. Oraaon
Meets each Monday evening in Otldl'el
lows hall at 8:00. A cordial welcome to
alt visiting brothers.
ltd. V. Guile. N O. C. W. MiMH.V.O.
8. 1. Durrimf In, Rcc. Scc.1 O.W.Nortne, t'ln.Btc.
St. Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
We heartily solicit the attendance o(
our members at our regular meetings
every 2d and 4th Thursday evening.
A. S. Berry, Ii. II. Irish,
202 K. Polk St. 417 ii. Chicago St.
Woodmen of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Oool.llre inrrtlnrn ercry Monday ertnlog
la nlckacr Hall, nutllnilon and Jt'T rtrttt.
Vliltorialwujt wttromr. Old memtxrs com
out and ttt whit tire camp you Ixlonr to.
II. PltTJtRB.CC. W. A. TROUT, Clef fc.
DORIC LODGC NO. 132
A. f. and A. M.
Meets the first nnd third
Wcdnetdayof each month
in Masonic Hall. Vial,
John M. Dlair, W. M.
A. W. Davis, Secretary.
The Fraternal Boosters
Meets every First nud Third Wed
nesday iu tlic
Odd Fellows' Hall
Joiu and Help Doost
OOice Irnirc1822 'iTesTKmp. f177
Dr. E. P. Borden
Painless extraction of teeth under nitrous
Peninsula IJ.iuK Dldg.
St. Johns, Portland, Oregon
PENINSULA HUE ABSTRACT A REALTY CO
H. HENDERSON, Msmagar
402 N. Jersey Strati
Abstracts of Title Prepared
Phone Hmplrc 026G
Poff & O'Neii
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Sand and Gravel
Dally Trips to Portland
Phefii Empire 0308 208 N. JERSET ST
Frank A. Rice
Office 107 N. Jersey Street
Phone Imp. 0887 Res. tmp. 0391
All Kinds of Truck and Team
Work, Furniture Moving, Basement
Digging, Sand and Gravel; Wood
for 9alc Cord wood $7..ot Planer
Trimmings $5.50. " '
W. S. JEANS
Kmplrc 73a 310 H. Polk St.
STUDIO, 215 N. Syracuse Street
Phone Umpire 0302
Dr. W. J. Gilstrap
Physician & Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
.X ray Laboratory
Peninsula Security Co. Dldg.
Geo. W. Muhm
Contractor and Builder
Plans and SneciGcatlons furnished
Free where I build. Residence ad.
dress 108 Smith ave. Empire 0063
Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials
FLOUR prices to suit all pocketbooks
1 49 lb. Sk. Hard Wheat Flour $1.50, $1.60, $1.75, $2, $2.10
Money Back Guarantee
White Vinegar for Pickling, GalUOc
r.xtra Good Mustard, lb 85c
Central Blend Coffee, lb 85c
St Johns Kggs(Cuaratiteed)doz 30c
UK) IU. Sk. Scratch 2 (55
12 cans Durimadc Milk $1.05
Postunt Cereal pk. 20c
Roman Meal pk . ..85c
3 lbs. Diamond W. Coffee. $110
1 qt. Jar Mustard 45c
1 Large Pk. Bird Seed 10c
Jersey Corn Flakes, pk 10c
Indian aud Ceylon Tea, lb. ..60c
(Best that Money Can Buy)
Sea Foam, 2 pks, 45c
Hires Root Beer Extract, bot.. .25c
Parowax, Package 15c
We have a few CALUMET BANKS to be given Away
)on Z7on Barber Shop
CALDWELL 4 SON
The place wht-re cood service and
courteous treatment prevail. Children's
hair cutting receive special attention.
1U9 BURLINGTON STREET
I Designer and Draftsman
Architectural and Mechanical
620 R. Richmond Street
ItOUKUS sells SUITS.
Best Cord Wood
Ter Cord $7.50
St. Johns Transfer Co.
USEFUL FURNITURE MOVERS
109 E. BurlinJIon Jt. FEED Eaplrt MSI FEES
Keys Made, Lawnuiowers Sharpened,
J. L. LUND
Expert Lock and Gunsmith
I'utbrella Repairing Locks and Guns
Kcrwiiretl, Mot Water Bags Mended.
403 S Jervcy Street
Boys Suspenders 25c,ROGERS,
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