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Don't Know What Comfort Is
If she has never used a Gas Range. During the hot
Summer months you may think that she is saving
you money by using other fuel. But that is where
YOU ARE MISTAKEN
With it is
Call and let us show.you how little it will cost you for
A Direct Action Gas StoVe
1 New Electric Lamp
any carbon filament lamp.
Can ba uaad
Portland Railway Light and Power Go,
Q prices are low, ?
8 ST, JOHNS HARDWARE CO. O
; lumber: siabwood: :
Rough, Prompt Dry, 4
Dressed, Deliveries. Green, J
,J Flooring, Quality. 'Blocks,
V . ,. Finish. Guaranteed. Trimmings J
I ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO.
A new baby girl arrived at the
home of W. S. Dean last Friday
Mrs. Maud Reiil is having a sub
stantial addition built to her home
on Stafford street.
N. Fletcher is erecting a fine
dwelling on Tiogo street, near
Ctins Foss made a business trip
to White Salmon, Washington, the
latter part of last week.
Wanted -To borrow $300 at 8
ncr cent for two vears. Gilt edcred
security. Address "B," this office.
General Cotnpson, W. R. C,
will meet in regular session Satur
day. All members arc requested
House keeping and single rooms
for rent. House newly refurnished.
Central location. The Laxton, 116
South Jersey street.
Cook and Blew have removed
their realty office from the cement
block building to "Dickers' in Dirt
Row " on Jersey street.
John Noce & Co.. the uptodatc
tailors, are making some attractive
alterations and improvements to
their establishment adjoining the
W. F. Sladelmau and wife left
Monday for Vermont where they
will visit for two or three months
with their daughter, who is a resi
dent of that state.
If Mr. W. O. Tucker (or anyone
knowing him) will send his address
to Win. B. Fcrsch, 78 Bank street,
New York, he will hear something
to his advantage.
. 0 .
U. W. McKeon, a
graugcr, greeted uls many
iu tins city Monday,
vegetation is thriving
rate around his ranch,
The water company have received
six car loads of four and six-inch
metal pipe from the state of Tennes
see, the greater portion of which will
be placed on Fessendcn street.
General Cotnpson Post, No. 22,
G. A. R., will complete arrange
ments tor Memorial Day at their
regular meeting Saturday. Pro
gram will be published next week.
A movement is under way to
have Willamette boulevard oiled by
the county authorities. Travel is
so sirouK over tuts tuorougniare
that it is surely up to the county to
thus effectually settle the dust.
Adam F. Kaemlein, the genial
and popular tousorial artist, has
been tussleing with a severe siege
of appendicitis during the past few
days. He is considerably improved
at present, however.
Phone Richmond 131 .
Plumbing and Tinning
)M S, JtfNf St FfcHK Jersey 91 St. JlaftJ, iTKjll 4
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
;j AWe4.THkrrpar, AcnUc WerkGae. f
The bridge across the cut at
Depot street is finished with the ex
ception of the asphalt roadway and
concrete sidewalks, and the bridge
at Dawson street Is well under way,
Each bridge will cost approxi
Geo. H. Parker, an old time
friend of Couucilman A. W. Davis,
made that geutleman a delightful
visit the latter part of last week.
Mr, Parker is a resident of Seattle,
and it has been 35 years since the
two gentlemen have seen each
Seethe Peak Sisters at Bickncr
The new St. Johns ranges for
sale by Calcf Bros.
For Sale Household furniture
cheap. 611 North Ivnnhoe.
Wanted Sewing to do nwny
from home. 208 bputli Jcrsty.
For Sale One dozen AVhite Leg
horn hens. All good layers. 514
1 0 1
For Sale A No. 1, 1200 pound
horse for sale cheap. Inquire at
grocery store in French Block.
Isaac Baker has gone to Van
couver. B. C. where he is asso
ciated with a large logging concern.
Wanted Young men and young
women, 16 years of age or over.
Portland Manufacturing Co., foot
of Richmond street.
For Sale Thoroughbred Ply
mouth Rock and ami Orphiugtou
eggs, fx.oo per setting. L,. A.
Smock, 1415 Oswego .street.
A Los Angeles man has pur
chased the H. G. Ogdcn lot on the
west side and will at once begin the
erection of a modern dwelling there
Win. Lcmpke, after residing for
some time at Winncpcg, Manitoba,
lias returned wltn nis laintly to tit.
Tonus, and have taken up their
residence on North Fillmore.
T. J. Mouahan nud wife left
Monday morning for the state of
Missouri, where they expect to re
main about otic mouth renewing
old acquaintanceship with their old
Lee Fortune has purchased the
Maple property on Fessendcn street
and will soon commence the creation
of an uptodatc residence thcrcou.
This property has changed hands
several times lately.
Subcrib for tb. Tlfra beat
evaalac pasw en t&e eoaL See
E4 Stock tea.
Call us up and give your address.
Wc make calls in all parts of the
city. Our dyed work is guaranteed
satisfactory. St. Johns Cleaning,
Pressing and Dyeing Works, 116
Philadelphia Street. Phone Jersey
How can man who is always a
little behind EVER, KVER get a
little ahead. Get a little ahead and
you will NEVER, NEVER be a
little behind. The First National
Bank will show you. It compounds
iuterc&t every six mouths. it
The Peninsula ball club defeated
the West side lads at the new Ports
mouth grounds Sunday afternoon
by a score of 5 to 3. On account
of the "mushy" condition of the
grounds the playing was rather
ragged in spots.
The Peak Sisters of Alaska give
an entertainment in Uickner nail
this evening under the auspices of
the Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian
church. They are royal entertainers
aud their appearance should be
greeted by a large attendance to
Under the auspice of University
Park W. C. T. U., Dr. Benjamin
F. Young, the eloquent minister of
Taylor street church, will give his
popular lecture on Yellowstone
Park iu the University Park M. u.
church, Friday evening, May 6th.
This lecture will be illustrated by a
splendid series of moving pictures
showing the grandeur and pictur
esque beauty of the Park, the gey
sers in action, etc. Your attention
is called to this that you may come
and enjoy a treat. Admissiou is
only 35 and 15 cents.
A SWEET COMBINATION
In ollcn to be Kttt litre. It uiualty coiuUU ol
a jtrctty girt amlnoine of
OUR ICH CKItAM AND HODA
Rlop iiirM, mc how ti.mlnK Ate nil Hire.
Sample Hie crcmn unit try the xxln. Then you
will know what real 1IIm1. ltacli motitlilut will
lie tielter than the other until you flnUh with re
gret that you cannot holil more. II you ilo not
care to conic nlone, tiring Mine one with you.
We have plenty lor nil.
I'alr lntly-there plenty more where tlil enmc
Irom. Wc rrlcr to the stock ol
At thl' utorc. The gentlemnu who tent that box
won't lorget you. Call the Q. T., oM chap, It'a
up to you tu make 'good. Don't tllvippolnt her.
Another box, plen.c.
NORTH BANK PHARMACY I
HOME OF THE FAMOUS NYALS REMEDIES.
Wit DHJjIVKR. HVHRYWHimiJ I'RHIt
CURRIN SAYS SO." I
SMALL DEPOSITORS WELCOME
The Peninsula Bank welcomes small Depositors, considering it not only right, but good
business policy to give equal attention to small atnlargc accounts,
Many of our large depositors started as small ones. We have seen accounts grow steadily,,
and wc arc glad to say that wc have helped our customers to increase their business nud deposits.
Wc will be glad to talk over banking relations with you at any time aud pledge ourselves
to serve your interests faithfully when you entrust your business to tills strong institution.
3 per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts and Tinio Deposits
The Peninsula Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $55,000
The Ladies' Home Journal
Is the lender nud authority iu fashion news. .A
wants fashion news before site wants a pattern, or
dti'ss croods for a nattcrn. The fashion news iu
the Journal, therefore, creates new tastes and de-mauds.
i.- .1. t .i ..!.:.. .i:.. .,,,.... .. nmTE'
xui wtivii minimi luauiuii uwaiuu a utiiium ni
be bought at our store. You may alio buy the fabrics, dress goods aud necessaries
required by the pattern at our store.
Wc are constantly adding to our dry goods aud gents' furnishings dept.
Especially good values in Ladies', Misses', Children's and Gents' Shoes.
COUCH & CO.
Opposite City Hall.
Phone Jersey 972. J
What We Are
We are regular practicing pharmacists, licensed by examination in
the state of Oregon, and we maintain as complete a prescription depart
meat as any store, large or small, in the state. But, as the bare practice
of pharmacy has corse to be a meal-ticket profession, we are, of course,
to provide a good liviag for ourselves and Interest on our money, obliged
to carry may aide Uses of notion, sundries, etc, That's why our
store is sobkUhms referred to as a ''racket-store." But, nevertheless, it
is a great convenience to the people of St. Johns to have an establish
neat of this kiad at baad wkea looking for something out of the ordi
aary Hue of atercbaadiac. As far as wc know, we are the only dealers
selling feBUUi peas, taaskal iastraateat strings, high grade cutlery,
leather geois, doHar alarm elocks sad dellar eye glasses, post-cards from
oac eeat to oac doHar, augasiass, aovcls, blank-books, high grade bon
teas, phegraas a supplies, etc., ect So when you waat what you
waat whoa you waat it, eeaw to the
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
. JACKSON tt.i THOMPSON, Props.
b r" 1 i a. r :
rresn anu mm urocenes
It Is the constant aim of this store to ever keep only the freshest and most se
lect groceries procurable.
No Stale Goods are Kept in Stock
We are well pleased with the generous patronage accorded this establishment
since the same has come into our possession, and it is evidence to us that the peo
ple of St. Johns and vicinity appreciate a thoroughly first class grocery store.
NORWEGIAN PATRONAGE SOLICITED
A. B. LINDBOE
Successor to J. F. Hendricks
111 West Burlington Street