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EDITORIAL ON HOUSE CLEANING
By A, C, GESLER of Calef Bros,, Home Furnishers
House cleaning time is nt hand. It is a mean job
(for ttic men), hut it must be done (by the
In the coarce of the operation you will find that
you ought to have some new 11,00 R COVERING
CAUPHTS or RUGS, or UNOLHUM; maybe one
or two new nieces of I-'URNITURU l?OR TIII5
LIVING ROOM. Perhaps new CURTAINS for the
windows or a new RKFRIGKRATOR.
Likely ns not you ought to TRAD 15 your OLD
COOK STOVK for a new ST. JOHNS RANCH.
In Short if there is anything at all that you need
in house furnishings you can find it here.
livery possible advantage is offered you to trade
here at "CALEF BROS."
Payments can be made in small amounts by the
week or mouth.
We promise prompt and efficient service, the right
grade of merchandise at the right prices.
ANYTHING at ANYTIMH, not right, will be
MADK RIGHT, if we ore notified of it.
No sale with us is closed until the customer is
It's no gamble on your part to trade with us.
Remember the the place
Opposite Postoffice, St. Johns
Rockers like cut, only $3.25
Rugs in all sizes from $2.00 up
We tell you exactly what they are
We have a bunch of second hand ,
furniture for sale, including a nearly
new St. Johns Range. Calef Uros.
Kor Sale or Kxchaugc 5-room
bouse, modern in every respect,
with basement, in South St. Johns.
Inquire of oviicr,504 S.Hayes. aGtf
John Nocc has moved his tailor
ing establishment into the Medics
ney building, where he will remain
pending the construction of bis
new building on Jersey street.
14 acres, 10 miles from the ecu
ter of Portland, fine improvements,
will trade for St. Johns property.
See Wolcott, I.cggett & Valentine,
Phone Col. 279. .10 1 So Jersey.
Muck Mercantile Co. will have
their opening at their new Jersey
street location Monday, a notable
feature of which will be a Golden
West coffee demonstration.
A young child of J, Odell is con
valescing from a severe attack of
tuberculosis of the spine. Very
few cases recover from this dread
il Ucii.se, unci it is pleusiug to note
that this instance gives good prom
ise of behig an exception to the
Charley Aruet, a former well
known citizen of St. Johns, but for
the past four or five years a ranch
owner of Clackamas county, greet
et his old time friends here Mon
day. Charley is prospering finely
and is jolly and good natured as
Baptist Church. Sunday school
10 a. in., services ti a. in. and 7:45
p. m,, B. Y, . P. U. 6:45 p. m.
Sermon topic a. in.: "The Other
Seventy;" evening: "Are there
Few that are Saved?" Rev, Rob
ert Gray, acting pastor.
Leighton Hardware Company
sold yesterday to Mr. Surrerier of
Montana, its stock in trade and the
good will of the people of St Johns.
We are sorry to lose Mr. Leigbton
so early in the game and would be
glad if he could find it convenient
to remain in St. Johns, at the same
time we extend the glad hand to
Roy Hall was the lucky purchas
er of the high priced bed offered at
Dutch auction by Calef Bros. The
bed and outfit was started at $30,
being reduced in price each day to
the extent of one dollar. Mr. Hall
secured it at $21. Several parties
were waiting until it dropped an
A moonlight excursion and sup
per will be given by the Epworth
league of the M. E. church Friday
evening, May 12th, the boat leav
ing the new city dock promptly at
seven o'clock. The tickets are 25
cents and only a limited number
wilt 1m? sold. Therefore if vou
want to go, secure your tickets ear
We have a buncb of second hand
furniture for sale, including a near
ly uew St. Johns Rauge.Calef Uros,
The Home Formulary
Tho latest and most valuable Toilet and
Miscellaneous Formulas for home uso by
William A. Hoburg, instructor in theoreti
cal and applied pharmacy at the College
of Pharmacy of tho city of New York
In presenting this book to the fully that they arc sent forth on
public, wc fully appreciate the vast their own merits, with the belief
amount of service nud real benefit they will receive that high apprc
a practical collection of formulas ciation from the public which their
will be to any family. The sole
object, therefore, is to make the
book practical nud useful, nild to
have it contain only such rcmcdic
ns will be constantly noalcd in ev
Notwithstanding the great num
ber of medical books that cover the
country and the vast expense of
producing some of them, we fail to
find a single one that is practical
for uuprofessiouable people to use.
They attempt to supplant the
physician by devoting their many
pages to complicated diseases which
no family should think of treating,
and give but little attention to rem
edies for simple troubles that are
continually needed, and which
real value nud usefulness so richly
We have made arrangements for
n number of these books, which cu
allies us to present, free of charge
to our friends, one of the most use
ful collections of formulas we have
In this book nothing is given for
any serious troubles, because the
unprofessional person is not capa
ble of diagnosing or treating any
thing complicated, and such trou
bles should in all cases he referred
to a physician. No formula, there
fore, contained herein is for a per
son to use internally, and not a
dose of medicine is given for you to
take. 1 hey are such as may be
could be intelligently used by the uscu' with benefit and will be need
ed, perhaps, fifty times to where
you require a prescription for se
rious troubles once,
We keep one of these books com
plete on our prescription case, and
when you desire a formula filled,
bring its number only,
In consideration of the above,
great care has been used to place
no formula in this collection but
what may be of practical value to
the ordinary or unprofessional per
son, and each formula has-been
worked on so diligently and care-
The book described above contains one hundred and sixty-eight
formulas, and our scheme is to give them away, but the giving away
cannot be done indiscriminately as our purpose is to place one in each
home iu bt. Johns, and at the same time to get you started In using the
the recipes; so we will require you to get a recipe filled at the time you
receive the book. Each week we will publish two sample formulas,
any one of which you may bring to us at any time and have filled and
receive a book free.
No. 43 DANDRUFF CURE No; ,0,"FACE CREAM
Rccorcin White Wax
Kther Oil Sweet Almonds
Olive Oil Rose Water
Alcohol Powdered Borax
0, , ,, , , , apieuuui lor cnans aim cjiaiwin
Shake well and apply to scalp ,,' (nr ,, ,' ,i., i,t
by rubbing in well, twice a week. crea,n j, nee,ii,i
Ten or fifteen pounds of Blue Vitriol will asepticize an ordinary sized cess-pool,
Creso-Dip as an antiseptic wash destroys all vermin and disease germi.
Arsenate of Lead is sure death to garden and orchard pests, and is recom
mended by the U. S. Agricultural Department.
Friday to Friday Cut-Rate List
c Pace's Cold Compound 16c a: Warner Safe I'ilU 16c
f 1.00 Mexican Mustang Liniment. 66c i.oo 1'inVham's Veg. Comp. Tablets 66c
35c Chamberlain's Stomach Tablets. 16c 35c Shoon's I'reventics 16c
fi.ooShoop's Rheumatic Tablets .. 66c 35c Wyeth's Menthol Inhalers 36c
50c Medical Lake Salts 36c 50c Peruna Tablets 36c
ioc uom 1'isii i'ckxi be fi.oo Hale's Honey ot iiorciiounu
(1.00 Hood's Sarsatabs 66c and Tar 66c
50c Dry Clean-0 36c
ft. 00 ward's Liniment 66c
50c Borden's Malted Milk., 36c
35c Urilliantshine 16c
$1.00 Haywood's Menthol Cough
Syrup , 66c
$1 Globe Safety Razor 66c
flui f3naliffra Inns
For compounding and filling prescriptions are embodied in the license
numbers 853 and 953, which are registered with the Secretary
t r .
St. Johns Pharmacy
Work for Grofttfir fit. Johni.
C. C. Hu'ff ha's departed for Fast
A. J. Godfrey k enlarging his
residence on Charleston street.
M. S. Cobb returned this week
from n .visit of several days at
I,. C. Dilnsmore is erecting n
small residence on Tyler street near
L. P. Tallman has begun con
struction of a fine residence on Knst
Odd Fellows, there will be work
in the first Monday night. Come
out and bear a hand.
The Owl saloon has been under
going some substantial alterations
during the past week.
A new baby boy arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hasher on
South Hayes Monday.
W. II.rKiug, hnfc been spending
a feu days at Gfltfiway, Oregon, on
business and pleasure bent.
Mr. and Mrs. Usher Curtv have
returned from I,os Augeks, Oil
as has also Norman !Scnlcs.
We have n bunch of sreond hand
furniture for sale, iucludiiuia iimily
new St.Johns lCaugo.-i-Cnlef Hurt.
Low Prices on Drugs of Quality
Some features about our Prescription Depart
ment that many stores arc without
ist. Wc use only chemically and medicinally pure
drugs. No commercial drugs used iu our prescriptions.
2nd. Substitution is unknown.
3rd. Not only a registered man in charge but a grad
uate, as well, with six years of experience since graduat
ing from the department of Pharmacy of the O. A. C. '05
Not a bottle washing pharmacist but one who has been
scientifically trained at one of the best institutions on the
We have gained our present good reputation by mak
ing good with the doctors and our many customers, any
of whom will recommend this as a store of quality and
ft.oo Swamp Hoot 67c
Jl.oo PilikliBin'a Vejf. Comp .... 67c
50c Wnrner's Safe Cure .... 34c
I t.oo Oregon lllood Ptirifitr 07c
jti.oo Pain's Celery Compound . . 67c
ft.oo Ozotmilsion 67c
50c Kodol 33c
7jc lleef, Iron mid Wine 40c
f t.oo Wine of Cnrdul 47c
Drugs of Merit
A remedy for every ill; nil guaran
teed to give satisfaction.
A. 1). S. lllood Mixture f t.oo
Hot Springs lllood Remedy ft. 00
Derma .cum Alterative f 1.00
Always a vcclnl 011 Olive
Oit nud ImiKirtcd SKitilsh
Pull pints 50c
Pull half pints 35c
toe UMom Suits jc
10c Kocltelle Salts 5c
ioc Sulphur , J
10c Alum 9c
35c Sweet Oil 15c
toe Turpentine 3c
ioc Witcli Hiuel 5c
35c Ilay Kum 13c
33c Castor Oil 13c
33c Denatured Alcohol 13c
All A. D.S., Nyal ami Itofosoii rem
edies carry an nbiolute xiinrnutee.
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
I. Davis of near Orcuou Citv. is
visiting his pardils, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. I Juvis ot Columbia hotileviiul.
Catherine Halm is having n hand
some and modern residence con
structed on North Hayes sticct,
Mrs. IS. W. Garlick was puiu
fully injured while at work at tlx
'ortland Woolen Mills one day
0. K. Learned and wife, after
spending a few days at the la Iters
lnrciitnl home iu Skamawa, have
returned home, ' "
Mrs. M, C. Stanley wan taken to
11 rorlland.lipspjtal .yesterday where
t is said sue will nave to stiller
a surgical. operation.
August Wilhelm .has sold his
proierty in South St. Johns to Mr.
Newell, and lias purchased a larm
in Washington county.
Julius Markwart and family
moved into their handsome new
lome on the confer of Kellog nud
Chicago streets Monday.
R. Miller and family of Winni
peg, Canada, have become residents
of St. Johns, having taken up a
residence iu the North F,ud.
I,. N. Helliuger is improving his
sideticc property on Hayes am
Richmond by adding n coinuiodi
ous back porch to the same.
Mr. Sampson, ou O.wego street,
s making some changes iu his res-
deuce which adds much to
both its appearance and couveii-
The Cash Grocery has moved in
to the Holbrook building 011 South
ersey, which was recently moved
from the site of the theatre building
that is now being built.
Mrs. Byerlee returned Thursday
from Hood River, where she was
several days with her daughter, Mrs.
Lynn, who is recovering from a
It is said that closlucr the lid
down tight 011 disreputable houses
11 Portland lias torceu several liar
lots to take tin their abode in the
residence district of St. Johns.
John Noce & Co,
have moved to
the north room
erection of the
HOAIE OF THE FAA10USNYALS and A. D. S. REMEDIES.
VH DHMVim HVKRYWHKRH l'RHK
"CURRIN SAYS SO.'
WIONI- COM MMA 307
Ginghams that do not fear
the Suds or Sun
"Handsome is as Handsome Wears" would be n good saying to apply to gingham. Many
nre good until the "first tub" and then The Ginghams you find here, are true to their
colors. They will not run or fade, lliiying wash fabrics at this store is Insuring novelty of de
sign, variety of coloring and superior quality.
The new spring arrivals await you radiantly pretty and modcrntiy priced at 12 12 cents per yd.
Shantungs a favorite summer fabric at 35c Storm Serge for sailor suit nt $1.00
Cotton Poplins possessing unusual charms at 18c llntlntes, rongee. Phimiium,
Ktons, Dimities and Challis -just right for smart clothcK.
Ladles ilomc Journal Patterns and Suitable Accessories to make up these Fabrics
I-cst You KorgctOur stock of men's $15 suits lias been increased, also Ladies,
Misses', Men's and Children's shoes, Oxfords and l'ouips for spring and u miner.
Let us show you these.
COUCH & COMPANY
Opposite City Hall Phone Columbia 137
H ow About Your
This store. is the only one In St. Johns that sells groceries exclusively.
Therefore, wc arc in a position to keep our stock fresh and the hast
that can he secured. No stale or poor quality of any thing is kept ou
hand. Fair and courteous treatment and prompt delivery are at
your command. Give us a trial, if not already a patron.
NORWEGIAN PATRONAQI; SOLICITED
A. B. LIND
111 West Burlington Street
There nre a number of homes in St.
Johns that we have installed this
A Gas Range for Cooking
A Gas Heater for Hot Water
WHY Because it is the modern way and
Costs Less. Meals always on time. Hot
Water always on hand.
We sell gas ranges and gas water heaters on installments AT
COST no discount for cash. We Install Complete Ready to Use
ST. JOHNS GAS COMPANY
Its Gas that-Cooks the Meal that Feeds the Family thnt makes the Home