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25 Per Cent. Discount on Hose Saturday
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Cool, Clean, Sanitary, while Lined
Kemgcrators, will pay Tor
themselves. $1.00 a wceR
Best Pure White Cotton Felt, only
$8.50 at $1 a week
Three Large Stores
Enable us to buy at the
Our Large business is proof
that we sell the same way,
i. e., Satisfactory goods at
lowest prices and
The Best Sewing Machine made
for the money. Fully
Pay $1.00 Weekly
Iron Cribs with Springs from
6-ft Extension Tabic, quartered aSfSL terms Lcgget Springs, warranted
oak finished $9
Trout fishing is quite the rage.
Shirt waist balls ore getting to he
quite the thing.
William Anderson has moved
his family to Deer Island, where he
will remain until fall.
The Regal Range on sale at the
Peninsula Hardware is a bargain at
I3G.00. See it at once.
1 The gardens about the city are
making a splendid showing. The
weather has been most propitious.
Ice cream and soda water is com
ing into its own, nnd the ice man is
wearing a smile that won't melt.
K. J. Carr and wife of Shepherd,
Mich., have been guests at the
home of S. W. Rogers during the
past week or so.
Rev. C. P. Gates is circulating
among his numerous friends in this
bailiwick this week. He isspright
ly aud jolly as ever.
W. K. Coon is to leave St. Johns
today for Weed, Cal., where he
will take charge of the glue room of
the veneer works of that city.
J, H. Gammel has discontinued
his pool and billiard business in the
basement of the Woodhouse build
ing on Philadelphia street.
If you have visitors at your home
don't fail to tell us about it.or drop
a postal. Visitors are entitled to
this much courtesy on the part of
those of whom they are the guests.
For Sale aud Exchange Five
room house, lot 50x126, 1 block
from car line, 3 blocks from Jersey
street. Will take $200 cash and
two good lots up to $870. Call or
write Roy Turrell, 619 Chapell
street, St. Johus.
Rev. C. I,. Owen, formerly pas
tor of the Baptist church of this
city, but who is traveling around
the state in the interest of clurch
affairs, was a visitor to St. Johns
Saturday. His family is located at
The barber shop which was bad
ly damaged by the fire Sunday
night is being repaired, and will
likely be iu shape for business to
morrow. It is said that Bickner
Bros, will erect a brick on the
site of the barber shop and confec
tionery store the coming fall.
The regular meeting of the Com
mercial club will be held on Wed
nesday evening, June 12, at which
time several matters of importance
will be considered, including pro
posed amendments to the constitu
tion, the Regatta, Sweet Pea Show
and Industrial Exhibition. Every
member should make it a special
point to be there. An able speaker
will be present to address the club
on some interesting subjects,
Gil more' s Barber Shop a spc
cialty on children' hair cutting.
Frank Hathaway has gone to
Rittcr, where he will remain in
Sash and doors are carried iu
stock by the Peninsula Hardware
Co. Get our prices.
W. J. Galloway is having a mod
ern aud substantial dwelling erected
011 Allegheney street near Banks
If you want prompt delivery of
wood, call Cochrau-Nuttitig & Co.
Phone Col. 554. 415 So. Hayes
1 street. sotf
Mrs. R.G. Brand entertained the
Portsmouth C. U. class at her
home in East St. Johns Tuesday
Ezra Hinds and N. I,. Rogers
are each having cozy little cottagts
erected on Allegheny street near
Mrs. F. R. Benefel of Toledo,
Wash., who has been the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Alex Scales, for the
past week, has returned to her
Geo L. Perrine left last Thursday
evening for New York city and
other points of interest. He ex
pects to be absent from this city for
30 days or more.
A pleasaut birthday surprise
party was tendered Mrs. J. Scales
last Saturday evening by a number
of her friends. The affair was a
most enjoyable one for all present.
Ruth Crouch, who has been
teaching at Grass Valley, came
home Saturday to spend her sum
mer vacation. Miss Ruth's many
frieuds are delighted to give her
the glad haud.
M. E. Church Corner Leavitt
aud Hayes. 11 a. in. "Sorrow
That Makes Glad." 8 p. m. "Re
grets of a Life Misspent." Sunday
school 10 a, m. Epworth League
7:15 p. m. All are welcome.
For Sale Modern 7-room house
aud lot 50x100, corner Richmond
and Hayes, at a fine bargain. Price
$3000, on very easy terms. For
particulars call at the Review office.
First Christian Science Society:
Sunday n a. m., Wednesday, at
8 p. m. Reading room open Tues
day and Saturday from 2 to 4 p. in.
All cordially invited to the services
and reading room. Subject Sunday
"GodtheODly Cause and Crea
tor." The Review is in receipt of a
bunch of handsome sweet peas pre
sented by the pupils of the North
End school. They were planted
October 14th last, and the first bou-
2uet was produced May 18th. The
owers are particularly beautiful
Satisfaction, is the word Gil
more, the Barber.
If you want to buy a lot upon
which to build a house, see J. E.
Williams. He has some fine ones
which can be had cheap and upon
easy monthly payments.
A sprained ankle may as a rule
be cured iu from three to four days
by applying Chamberlain's Lini
ment aud observing the directions
on each bottle. For sale by all
Wall pacr in new and artistic
designs is now on sale at the Penin
sula Hardware Co. Prices range
from eight to 25 cents per
double roll. Selection may be made
from 50 or more different patterns.
Lot 100x106 and a modern six
room house, lot all in cultivation,
close to school, worth $250o.Owuer
must have money aud will sell for
1(700, Only $725 required to
make the deal. A snap. See
Henderson, the Abstracter. Mc
Get an electric head treatment or
massage at Gilmore's Barber Shop.
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
this office; 50 cents each.
Picture framing done at Portland
prices at II. I. Clark's, the furnl
tu re man. tf
For Rent. Store room. Best lo
cation iu St. Johns. Right where
the car stops. For particulars see
V. A. Kice at the city hall, astf
For Sale Six lots, all extra size,
between Tyler and Polk streets,
improvements iu, can sell cheap.
Terms, ?iocasM, balance $10 per
mouth, 7 per cent interest. Best
residence district. McKiuney &
For Sale 64 acres fine level
land, good soil, small house, well
and pump, stable, 13 stalls;
miles from city limits, Vancouver,
Wash. Price, $i 150. Also 20 acres,
15 level land, some stumps, 110
brush, seven miles from Astoria.
Does not overflow. Price for a few
days, $750. See J. Webster, St.
See if you have the winning number.
wins the May Phonograph. The coupon bearing this
number may be lurking about your person in an in
side pocket or placed away in the pages of some book,
so ransack things in general and help us in bringing
to light the lucky number.
The following numbers still have a chance to win,
so if any of your coupons correspond to the same, it
would be advisable to keep them till final award is
2868, 2395 2016 1796
1882 1992 2960 2010
2571 3035 2008 2196
We give Phonograph Coupons with all cash pur
chases of 25c or over.
One new Hornless Phonograph given away each
Get in the Game
St. Johns Pharmacy
There is no need of so much misery and the worry associated with female weakness
When in a weakened condition, anemic, with sluggish circulation, blood impoverished and nerves
shattered, there is but one remedy to think of
NYAL'S VEGETABLE PRESCRIPTION
Don't be continually suffering and worrying year in and year out strengthen and fortify the sys
tembuild up the delicate organs- -prepare yourself to withstand the strain accompanying
the irregularities peculiar to your sex.
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription will bridge over all difficulties supply you with good, rich, red
blood, nourish aud invigorate the entire system aud furnish health and strength iu abund
To insure regularity to the functions peculiar to womanhood to correct and cure any irregulari
ties Nyal's Vegetable Prescription will accomplish the desired results.
INVESTIGATE THIS REAEDY THOROUGHLY, SEE
FROAl RESULTS THAT IT WILL DO JUST AS WE SAY
Our personal recommendation goes with every sale.
The best prescription we know of, $1.00 the bottle.
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOME OF THE FAAIOUS NYALS and A. D. S. REAIEDIES. "CURRIN SAYS SO
Wit UltMVItK liVlJKY WIIHKII I'RUIJ 1'IIONli COLUMBIA lo;
Wanted Girl to do housework.
Call at 702 North Hayes.
paunches to Portland for the
kosc Carnival at the St. Jonhs Uoat
house. Daniel llrecht.
Wolcott (the rent man) 130 nth
street, Portland, is the man to sec
for real estate or mercantile deals.
Wanted -Girl todo general house
work. Good wages and good home
for the right party. Mrs. J. J.
Mrs. 11. P. Kamho will return
Saturday from Spokane, where she
hns been the past five weeks, visit
ing with friends and relatives.
Alex McNivin returned to St.
Johns Saturday evening after a two
years' visit to Vancouver, u. J.,
aud other Canadian cities, where
he was employed as a boiler-maker.
Pascal Hill left bright and early
Wedne.sday morning for his old
linuuts on the Nehalem. being pur-
sunded that there are still several
trout that he failed to capture on
his last visit.
General Compson Post wishes
through the Review, to extend
their warmest thanks to Hev. J. J.
Pattou for his highly patriotic and
instructive sermon on Memorial
Sunday. R.I I. Miller, Commander.
It is now well known that not
more than one case of rheumatism
in ten requires any internal treat
ment whatever. All that is needed
is a free application of Chamber-
tain's Liniment and massaging the
parts at each application. Try it
aud see how quickly it will relieve
the pain uud soreness. Sold by nil
A school election will be held
June 17th for the purpose of elec
ting one school director. The term
A. M. Stearns, who has made a
most efficient director, terminates,
aud stress of other business forbids
him longer to serve in this capacity.
S. W. Rogers has been appointed
to fill the vacancy on the board
caused by the resignation of Gilbert
Goodhue, aud John N.Hdlefsento fill
the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of Prank I,. Test. Hoth selec
tions are eminently satisfactory to
the people of St. Johns. Dr. A.W.
Vincent is being advanced for elec
tion by a number of his frieuds. A
better choice would be difficult to
High School Notes
The Senior dinner given Satur
day night at Dan's iu honor of the
faculty was a particularly enjoyable
occasion. The table decorations of
pink carnations and crepe tissue
paper made a pretty setting for the
full-rigged sailing vessel, which
suggested the class niotto:"Tonlght
we launch; whercshall wenuchor?"
The dinner itself was one to tempt
and please an epicure, front the in
troductory salad to the happy cli
max of lemon ice. Hut the part
of the evening's program that will
be longest remembered by those en
tertained, was that which c.iiuc be
tween the courses of the dinner.
Responding to the Toastinaster's
gracefully worded calls, different
members of the class gave appro
priate toasts. Kspcciolly clever
numbers wcre:Miss Stucker's "An
cient MS." poem, reciting the his-
nor can we see these celebrities
without n telescope.
We are lost in pity for the un
happy seniors, for leaving James
John must seem like departing from
home nnd, ns wc look forward to
our own graduation, we regard it,
not with longing, but with a sense
of dread for think of the orations!
A Surprise Party
A genuine shrprise party was ac
corded Porrest Hill by a number
of his yountf friends Wednesday
evening (that date being the 17th
anniversary of his birth) at the
home of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
P. Hill on North Jersey street. The
evening was pleasantly spent witli
music amy games. Gordon Good
hue and Jkulali Beam won priz
es iu hn inuetiiotiH inim nf
moulding animals out of gum.
At the recent session of the Ore
gon Grand Lodge I, O. O. P. held
at Pendleton, Pascal Hill was re
appointed as lodge deputy for the
present lodge year, wlilcli ts a com
pliment to his efficient work the
year previous, Iu the Rebekah
Assembly, of the state, St. Johns
was honored in being glveu one of
the selections for the State Assem
bly officers, Mrs. Hattie McKinney
huvintr been chosen Marshal, which
is a deserved compliment to an act
ive member ot tue order and au es
timable ladv not alone at home but
throughout the entire state juris
diction. She will fill the position
with credit aud ability aud her
frieuds claim this places her iu line
for advancement for still further
honors which it is hoped aud be
lieved will be the case.
Ida May Smith and Charles I.
Graden were united in marriage
Tuesday evening of this week, J.
U. Inhiisoii. nastorof the Christian
church of this city, officiating. The
ceremony was performed at their
future home 011 Olympia street near
Oswego street, wmcti tlie groom
had recently finished aud comfort
ablv furnished. The bride is one
St. Johns' most attractive young
ladies, Having resided in tlie city
the past three years. The groom
is very highly respected among his
numerous friends. He is now em
ployed as credit man for one of
Portland's largest department
stores. Only the very nearest
friends and relatives of the couple
were iu attendance at tue wedding.
HOUSES FOR SALE
Easy Monthly Terms
We have n couple of modern
houses for sale at Hast St., Johns.
Can purchase 011 monthly terms or
we will build to suit. Come iu
nnd talk it over with us Why
not stoj) paying rent?
East St. Johns Land Co,
Lewis lildg., -1th nnd Oalc St routs
lory of the class of ' is, aud Miss
Canright's prophetic vision of the
future iu store for those of the
Just before departing for their
homes, the company joined in
toast to the Seniors, wishing for
them a safe voyage over seas rough
Our athletes have broken train
ing, aim so, since u becomes no
High school student to be idle.tlmy
sit on the steps and play "Jacks,"
meanwhile the girls play ball 011 the
front sidewalk. The latter claim
that this is proof of the superiority
01 woman, out tlie ooys explain
tuat tney are merely resting.
It is possible that after last
week's experience, the science
teacher's "if you haven't your les
son you needn't come to class,"
won't be taken so literally.
Practically, nothing has happened
the past week besides the senior
meetings, but we are persuaded
that their importance more than
makes up the lack of other events,
We would be pleased to report them
but are prevented from doing so
because wc cannot approach within
hearing distance without a balloon,
Mrs. It. II. Richards assisted the
hostesi iu serving punch, and Dr.
Schuatjffcr, sister of Mr. Hill, iu
serving; ice cream, strawberries aud
cake. I'l hose present were:
Mlssqs I.ucile Whelan, liflie Mc
Donald,, Utile! Cotic, Gladys Pal
mer, Viqlet Dimch, Marcella Rich
ards, Ileulnh Heam, Hazel II. Hub
bing, Helen Hill, Mrs. R. II. Rich
ards, Dr. Klin Hill SchuatifTur;
Messrs. Ralph Carlson, Wilbur M.
Delliuger, Thomas I,. Cochran, M.
M. Dickie, Arlington Nolan, Gor
don Goodhue, Arkie Anderson,
Porrest Hill, Dorsey Hill.
Kleazer Smith passed away at
the homeof his daughter, Mrs. J,
II. Kvaus iu St. Johus, Saturday,
June 1 st', 1912, at 5 a. in. Obituary
notice uext week.
The Iaurelwood Rebekah Lodge
nud the Oregon Grape Circle 551
perpetrated a surprise 011 Mrs. An
na Hathaway 011 tlie evening ot
May 22. Mrs. Hathaway has boon
a valuable mctnuer 01 Dot 11 lodges,
and all are sorry to have her leave.
They will make their home at Rit
Passengers taken to
Portland by Auto
Fare, Round Trip, $1.00
ST. JOHNS GARAGE
Phone Columbia 587