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$765 COUCHES ONLY $765
This week and all the time we sell you good large Velour Couches for
only $7.65. Also a line of genuine leather, imitation leather, tapestry,
Verona and silk plush couches at very reasonable prices.
Bed Davenports This Week
For only $35.00, $27.00, $1 8.25, $1 5.00
Now is the time to buy. We take stock the first of August
SO l"03 JERSEYSL
Remember We have the Crescent Range
Made in St. Johns, the best steel range on the market regardless the
price, and sells the cheapest. We also have a good line of Gas Ranges
20 per cent Discount on Refrigerators
ft Local News.
Sewing machine crates for sale at
Mrs. C. J. Muck is spending a
few days at Seaside.
Mrs. M. C. Soule has purchased
the automobile formerly owned by
A. C. Ceslcr.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Gibson of South Hayes street died
on Friday of last week.
The Regal Rouge on sale at the
Peutusula Hardware is a bargain at
$36.00. See it at once.
I,. Badger of Wucolu, Cal., a
former well known resident of this
city, is here on business this week.
Methodist Church:Sunday school
ion. m. Preaching 11 a. m. by
Rev. J. W. McDougall, D. D. All
Lost. Ladies browu suit coat
between south end of Jersey street
aud Northern Hill station. Leave
at this office and get reward.
The Mlchiganders held a picnic
at the Oaks Tuesday, and a splen
did time was had by all present.
A number of natives of Michigan
residing lu St. Johns were in at
tendance. Robert Dickson aud family, who
have been residents of St. Johns for
the past eight or nine mouths, de
parted Monday for West Virginia,
where they will make their future
Druggist I. M. Scott and wife of
Lincoln, Neb., have been guests of
his sister-in-law, Mrs. J. C. Scott,
during the past week. Mr. Scott
Is a friend and great admher of W.
Frank Clark has moved his nov
elty goods from the Bickner build'
ing adjoining the Multnomah the
atre to the room formerly occupied
by J. T. Brooks & Son in the Hoi
brook building at corner of Jersey
and Leavitt streets.
J. B. Fletcher has opened up a
first class plumbing establishment
in the Wolcott building on Jersey
street adjoining the telephone ex
change, and is prepared to do all
kinds of plumbing and pipe fitting
oa short notice and at reasonable
Prof. C. H. Boyd and wife are
enjoying a vncntlon at Seaside.
Wanted. Girl for general house
work. 505 West John street.
Phone Col. 275.
Sermon nt the Congregational
church Sunday ot 11 n, in. by Rev.
Oak Grub Wood for Sale, $7.50 a
cord delivered. A. C. Gaines, 631
Allegheny street. Phone Col.34. p2
Wanted. Girl 13 to 16 years of
age to care for baby and do general
house work. C. L. Miner, 808
If you want prompt delivery of
wood, call Cochran-Nutting & Co.
Phone Col. 554. 415 So. Hayes
Mrs. Alice Learned is the pos
sessor of a handsome five-passenger
Overland automobile, which she
purchased this week. It is a beauty.
Married. Mr. Harry O. McCon
nell and Miss Leslye M. Taylor,
Saturday, July 20th, at the home
of the bride, 605 North Fillmore
street, Rev. J. F. Cheney officiat
Buy It now. Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
is almost certain to be needed be
fore the summer is over. Buy it
now and be prepared for such an
emergeucy. For sale by all dealers.
Rev, J. J. Patton and family
started for Waldport Tuesday a. m.
Mr. Patton expects to spend a
mouth at the beach resorts and
along the mountain streams of Lin
coln county. He promises the Re
view a fish or clam-digging story
for next week.
Iu spite of the dampness of the
weather in the early morning a
large aggregation of grocers and
friends from St. Johns attended the
picnic at Bonneville Wednesdny.and
those in attendance reported a
splendiferous time. Most of the
local stores were closed during the
The Southern Pacific Company
plans a new department of electric
lines which will include many of
the shorter roads through the Wil
lamette Valley. It is thought a big
system of trolley interurbau lines
will be built up within the next few
years that will aid very greatly the
development of the Willamette Val
Satisfaction, is the word Gil
more, the Barber.
Wolcott (the rent man) 130 nth
street, Portland, is the man to sec
for real estate or mercantile deals.
For Sale Modern 7-rootn house
and lot 50x100, corner Richmond
aud Hayes, at n fine bargain. Price
J3000, on very easy terms. For
particulars call at the Review office.
Wall paper 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,
Dysentery is always serious and
often u dangerous disease, but it
can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even when malignaut and
epidemic. For sale by all dealers,
Get an electric Jietul treatment or
massage at Gllmorc's Barber Shop.
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
this office; 50 cents each.
Picture framing done nt Portland
prices at II. F. Clark's, the furni
ture man. tf
For Sale Six lots, nil extra size,
between Tyler nud Polk streets,
improvements iu, can sell cheap.
Terms, 7iocasli, balance J. 10 pcrJ
mouth, 7 per cent interest. Best
residence district. McKinney &
For Sale 6j4 acres fine level
land, good soil, small house, well
and pump, stable, 13 stalls;
miles from city limits, Vancouver,
Wash. Price, $1150. Also 20 acres,
15 level land, some stumps, no
brush, seven miles from Astoria.
Does not overflow. Price for a few
days, $750. See J. Webster, St.
St. Johns Pharmacy
For the following week, we will offer the following
cut prices on the most popular toilet articles and
patent medecines as an inducement for you to visit
25c Pond's Vanishing
35c Hazeline Snow 20c
50c Robertiue 32c
50c U-Ar-Das 31c
50c Camelline 32c
50c Dauderiue 34c
50c Nyals Hirsutoue 30c
$1.00 Peruna 62c
$1.00 S. S. S 66c
$1.00 Borden's Malt Milk 80c
$1.00 Pinkham,s Bl'dPur.79c
A Phonograph given away the first of August
Trade at our store and see if you can not be the lucky
St. Johns Pharmacy i
Reliable Drug Store
onrniAi rnn nur uirri ninv
drLuiML run UNl Tf lCIV UNLT
On our Quality Household Drugs. Our own quality
is the Best.
25c Castor Oil 19c
25c Bay Rum 19c
25c Glycerine and Rose Water 19c
25c Witch Hazel 19c
25c Turpentine 19c
25c Pound Boric Acid 19c
25c Peroxide, Pint 19c
25c Cuticurn Soap 19c
25c Arnica Salve 19c
10c Castor Oil 06c
loc Powdered Alum 06c
toe Glycerine , 06c
ioc Boric Acid 06c
10c Spirits of Camphor 06c
ioc Kpsom Salts 06c
ioc Sweet Oil 06c
ioc Olive Oil 06c
ioc Turpentine 06c
TAKE A KODAK ON YOUR VACATION
We have them from $5.00 up. Brownie Cameras from $1.00 up.
Let us develop and print your pictures. No money until satisfied
NORTH BANK PHARMACY
HOAIE OF THE FAA10US NYALS and A. D. S. REMEDIES. "CURRIN SAYS SO.'
Wit DKMVltR ltVHRYWHimit l'Rltlt l'HONlt COLUMMA 307
NoU the labal on your paper.
Day work wanted by woman:
call at no South vox.
Gllmorc's Barber Shop n spe
cialty on cltildrens liair culting.
K. W. McLean and wife have re
turned from n pleasant outing nt
Bubecrlbo for tlio St. Johns Ilovlow
and kcop pontod ou Uiu doings of
You cot full weight nnd first
junllty at tho Central markot. Just
Snsli and doors arc carried in
stock by the Peninsula Hardware
Co. Get our prices.
Mrs. Sarceut Wilson hns the
thanks of this oflicc for n beautiful
bouquet of fuschias nud dahlias.
Por Sale nnd IixchauRe--Plve-
room house, lot 50x126, 1 block
from car Hue, 3 blocks Irom Jeney
street. Will tnkc -f 200 cash nud
two good lots up to $870. Call or
write Uoy Turrell, 619 Chapcll
street, St. Johns.
Negotiations have nearly been
concluded for the ncqulrnnce of n
wood working and novelty plant iu
St. Johns. We have been request
ed to publish no further informa
tion until negotiations are con
First Christian Science Society.
Sundays 11 a. 111., Wednesdays at
8 p. m. Heading room open ou
Tuesday and Saturday from 2 to
4 p. m. All cordially invited to the
services aud reading room. Sub
ject Sunday: "Truth."
Bring In your Job printing whllw
you think ot It. Don't wait until you
aro entirely out. Wo nro equlppod
to turn out noat nud tasty printing
promptly at Portland prices or less.
Perrv Miller has exclmimed his
St. Johns property for n fine ranch
near Battleground. Was 1. He
left with Ills family for his new
possessions yesterday, Mr. Miller
was one of our vcrv best citizens
and his removal is a distinct loss to
A New York judge has just de
cided that the car company must
settle if a sleeping passenger's trous
ers are stolen from his berth ut a
station through a window. The
company ought to be required, also,
to curry nn extra pair of trousers
for the relief of the passenger in
case of such an embarrassing occur
Denver boasts that iu its public
schools girls over 12 years of age
are taught cooking, sewiug.lauudry
ork. tlie care ot cuuureu, respect
for husbands, the wise manage
ment of incomes aud some art by
Inch thev can earn a livitic. But
Denver omits to mention how many
are graduated each year.
J. II. Gammel, while employed
itli the Brown Dredging Co., on
ily 10th, was caught by the cable
1 the machine he was usiiitr and
pulled into the pulley. He called
to the engineer in time to escape
with a badly bruised limb, and con
siders himself very fortunate that
he did not lose his limb aud even
his life. Mr. Gammel is now able
to walk around, and expects to re
turn to work iu a few days.
How Is Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tinued or examined at the Peninsu
la Title, Abstract and Realty Co
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
II. Henderson, manager, 208 North
Jersey, McDonald building.
For Insurance see F.W. Valentine
News items are particularly
scarce this week.
The Debonair club will picnic
this evening nt The Oaks, An en
joyable time is anticipated.
The special singing nud vaude
ville at the Multnomah this week
hns pleased the patrons immensely.
The Bachelor club gave n de
lightful dance in the rink last even
ing. The nttcudnuce was large,
aud the event was greatly enjoyed
by the dancers.
W. 1?. Bycrlee has returned from
a several weeks' vacation nt Green
Point iu Hood River valley. He
has been "cuffing" logs as n light
diversion nud muscle developer.
That long mooted questiou:"How
wide is Willamette boutevntd?"
has been settled by the courts, we
understand, establishing the true
widtli nt eighty feet.
Kach ngc of our lives has its joys.
Old tropic should be happy, nud
they will be if Chamberlain's tab
lets nre taken to strengthen the
digestion nud keep the bowels
regular. These tablets are mild
and gentle In their action nud ese
cially suitable for people of mid
dle age nud older. For sale by nil
What Docs the Bonviilc 99
Year System Alcan?
It means Honest Incorporation,
Defeated Monopoly, Universnl Op
portunity, Harmony, All Men get
all their Money Farns, Kncrgy,
Hcouomy; is practical. Investigate
our 128 page fully illustrated book.
Portland, Oregon, for the
I hereby notify the public that I
will not pay nuy bills hereafter con
tracted by my children, Mary, An
nie nud Alfred Pocpping. Their
father, Arthur Pocpping.
Three Fine Lots For Sale. .jox
100 nt the head of Kdlsoti street, nil
improved. Only $375 each. P.nsv
terms. Apply soon to J. H. Fletch
er, 823 Willamette boulevard.
Three lots, 7-roout house, 12
8-year-olil fruit trees, gas iu house,
wired for electricity, street iin-
Iiroved, 011 most prominent street;
:20oo, $500 cash, balance ou time.
See K. C. Couch.
Subscrlbo for tho Tolugrnui host
availing pnpur on tho const. Boo
HOUSES FOR SALE
Easy Monthly Terms
We hnve n couple of modern
houses for sale nt Fast St. Johns.
Can purchase 011 monthly terms or
wc will build to suit. Come iu
nud tnlk it over with us. Why
not stop paying rent?
East St. Johns Land Co,
815 Lewis Bldg., -Hit nud Oak St.
205 South Jersey Street
A full line of Bacon, Hams.
Sausages, Beef., Pork, Mut
ton and Veal constantly
Bound Steak 15c lb.
Loin " 17c
I'.bone " .....16c
lioil Hecf 9c and 10c
Pot Itouit He and 12 l-2c
Rumplloatt. 12 1. 2c and ISc
Prime Kibi 15c aud lc
Bacon 1 8c to 20c
Lard, . , .... 65c, 5 lb. pail
Pork Chop I Be and 20c
" Steaks 13c and 1 Mc
" Sauiage ,121.2c
" Itoait 15c
Mutton Chop 12 1.2 and 15c
Legof Mutton 12 .2c
Mutton Stew, . . . . .......... 6c
Mutton Shouldeit ..10c
OF REAL PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to an order of the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Clatsop County .here
tofore made, duly authorizing me, as
administratrix of the estate of K. 1',
Lash, deceased, to sell at private sale lor
cash, lots numbered 27, 28, ?J and SO of
lllock 30, in Point View Addition to the
city of St. Johns, Multnomah county,
Oregon, I will, from ami alter Monday,
the 2Gtli day of August, 1912, offer for
sale, and will sell, at private sale for
cash, the said real property, subject to
confirmation by said county court,
HARRIOT J. HUSSING.
Date ol first publication July 20; last
publication August to, iiz,
1'rouch tho gospol of St. Jehus.
Oregon Agricultural College
Tills ureal institution iu its dor
for tlte lull semester on September iiOth.
Courses ol instruction include: Oeneritl
Apiculture, Agronomy, Animal Hus
bandry, Dairy Husltaiidry, Hcteriology,
ilotauy and Plant Pathology, Poultry
Husbandry. Horticulture. Rutomotogy,
Veterinary Science, Civil HiigiuverlNg,
Klectriral Kiiglueeriug, Mechanical Kn
glueeriug, Mining Hugineering. High
way Hninvertiijc. Domestic Seieaee,
DomeMic Art, Commerce, I'orestry.
Pharmacy, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics.
Mathematics, Hiigllsh Landmine and
Literature, Public Speaking, Modern
Languages, History, Art, Architecture,
Industrial Pedagogy, Physical Itdnca
tlon. Military Science unit Tactics, ami
Catalogue aud Illustrated Literature
mailed tree on application. Addro;
Registrar, Oregon Agricultural College,
School Year Opens September 20th
Notice is hereby given that apportion
ment of the cost of improving Jrey
street with Westrumite hard surface
from the southerly side Hue of West
Catliu street to northerly line of Rich
mond street, total cost is f27.0M.0S, lias
been amiortioned aud is ou file in the
office ofthe undersigned, subject to ex
amination, Assessment district extends back to
the center of lots, blocks or tract of
land abutting ou said street an provided
by the city charter and resolutions.
Remonstrances against said apportion
ment may be made in writing and filed
witli the undersigned until 8 o'clock
P, M. August 12, iota.
Published in the St. Johns Review ou
July 2d and August 2, 1912.
FOR RENT cards at thla office.