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THESE FIVE FACTS
. . prescriptions filled as good and as cheap as any
15 where in the country.
i Patent Aledicines sold at Portland prices (other
u Best line of Chocolates and Bon Bons In this
4th. Mst complete line of Stationery Supplies.
cth The only Fountain Pens in town (they're self
"The Square Deal Drug Store"
R, D. JACKSON, - Proprietor
1 HARDWARE ButeTppki
Livl-I. iC to ?6.oo inch.
A full lute ot a Mil iocks.
Catches, etc , etc.
I? nirnrnrno, Scctlic,,IIOM)lfAST" Screwdriver, Crescnt t
, UAf.t cmCtlO. Shingling Gtuige and tlie Patent Hip Shingle.
$ Niagara Stoves and Ranges i
j NOTHING BETTER MADE ik
jt t)C Cheer ul, Redwood, Sturdy Oak, Oak Home, Jr., v
and a complete line of AIR-TIGHT HEATERS 5fc
Our goods arc nil new and guaranteed
to please otir customers. A trial will
convince you that our ptieea are right.
. . . . . 4,
"THE HARDWARE MEN," ST. JOHNS, OREGON Jl
Men's $30 Suits - $19.75
Men's $20 Suits - M.75
Men's $8 Suit
Uoys' Suits and Pants
Notice Is hereb) given that at the
me.tlng of the Council of the
City of St. Johns, Oregon, held
on the 6th day of November,
A.D. 1905, the following res
olution was adopted:
ru K0"'E,i That the Council of the
'St Jln. Oregon, deems it ex
jtoient ami proposes to improve John
fro.m U,e nrt Hne of Jersey
u!jtVt.hesouth,,ne f Modoc street
"the following manner, to wit:
10 fttablUh the necessary grade for
fjl?5an' ,' improve said John street,
mU, . Yalks- tf"0" etc Said" improve
ffltat to be made in accordance with the
s, 1 r aml Ordinances of the City of
'Joans, and the plans, specifications
uwWVuWtes of u,e City Hngineer,
winthe office of the Recorder 01 the
"V of St. Johns. Thecotof said im.
fiTT"1 ,to te assessed as provided by
uU,!!y char.ter upon the property
T!"? ?nd ncculiaily benefitted
ll ,?' 4mJ which is hereby declared to
cl V. a -Is' rrts thereof, and parcels
a,.wlUn a line 100 feet from the
'dehne of each side of said John
ibte"''' estimate of the prob
".etouicost for the improvement of
rf ti p n' 'Pec'fications and estimates
jbmT, ily .?nKineer for the improve-
2vt5 John &trect are hereby
RESotVKn: That the City Recorder of
S"?,ofSt.Johnsbe, and is, hereby
S to give notice of the proposed
SSSSB,eatuof Jol "reet as
Tb- the city charter,
nomtrances against Uje above itn
vtment may be filed in writing with
di r?2ISne wthin 15 days from the
B, n . fi?1 Publication of this notice.
"7 order of the council.
J. W. Hanks,
j. . City Recorder.
No'"1 in the St. Johns Review
loreaberio, 17 and a4. 1905,
i.ihs, nous, tupuo.ini aims, yr
We carry Pure Drugs I
and fill prescriptions right I
To he convinced
Men's $15 Suits
A n's $10 Suits
almost hnlf value.
Morrlwn, Corner Pint Street
FINE WORK GUARANTEED
Peterson's Cigar Store
Jers y Street,
Suites of two to four rooms, also
single rooms. Situated one block
from Columbia University, near
cor. of 1'isk St. and Iloulevard.
Furnished or Unfurnished. A
pleasant walk from St. Johns,
suitable for mill men.
A. W. DICKSON Phon Scott 1286
OSCAR DeVAUL, M. D
Office bourt, 9 to I J . m., J to J p. m.
Office Phone, Scott 1104.
Kcildcnce Phone, Union Mot.
Office In University Pf k Drug Store.
N. F. NOREN & CO.
Real Kstate, Loans, Insurance and
Business Chances. S. C. Norton,
corner Brunswick and Hudson
streets, Resident Agent. Phone
JERSEY STRKKT, - ST. JOHNS
Our Local Grist
See the Peninsula Bank for fire
N. J. Bailey is still nt Scdro
wool ley, Washington.
Say I Have you noticed that fine
coal nt Poll & Carey's feed store?
Rev. J. C. Allen and family wil
soon remove to Portland.
Guard your property against fire
Insure with the Peninsula Bank.
Thanksgiving services were belt!
at the St. Johns schools on Wed
About tomorrow nmht the last
of yesterday's turkey will be served
up in linsn.
Men's work gloves a fine quality
as low as 45c at The St. Johns
r. w. valentine and wife soent
Thanksgiving with Mr. Vulentine's
mother in Album.
And the only difference between
a clean-shaven man and one with n
scraggly beard is 15c.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Braasch en
tcrtaincd a number of their children
and their children's children at
a 1 hniiksgiving dinner.
C. W. Aructt received word the
first of the week of the death of
his aged father 111 Illinois. I)e
ceased was 88 years of age.
Hating and winter tipples also
good jMrtatoes for sale. See C. N.
Ilransch about them.
Leroy Cam who went from
Unnton to Woodland, Washington,
thence to Kalama, is now at Van
couver. Tint RitVlUW has hard
work in catching up with him.
Oct your money's worth at Me-
Clave's b'timiture Store, Jersey
street. Pall leaf table ti.7.s: Pil
lows per pair, 75c: New air-tinht
W. W. Goodrich, city cnuiuccr,
is in much demand for c.crt testi
mony in various portions of this
and adjoining states. lie was at
Chehiilis, Washington, the first of
A good (uality of flaxiuc towel
ing, 10 indies wide, finely woven,
5c a yard. St. Johns Bazar.
An article on page one of this
ssue states that the two transfor
mers to be installed by the electric
company arc each oi 375 kilowat
capacity. It should read 375 each
or a total of 750 kilowat capacity.
Try the "Par Hxcellence": the
champion 5c cigar: made in St.
Tuesday evening, December 5,
the W. C. T. U. will hold services
in the Methodist church. Rev.
)avid I.eppcrt will conduct the
duging. A good speaker is prom-
sed. Mrs. lidith Whitesider,
county president, will presitle.
Ior first class mid reliable fire in
surance companies sec the list at the
W. H. Sweugel believes in the
use of printer's ink. He has now
ind a large number of placards
rinted upon a lasting quality .of
card and will nail up these adver
tisements of his harness in all the
A lady's flannelette skirt really
worth double the money -for 35c.
St. Johns Bazar.
Mrs. W. G. Clark has returned
rom J.auraiuie ami is wiiu ner
arentsMr. and Mrs. W. C.
Arnett. Mrs. Clark was not by
any means pieascu wun uie city
where her husband is located but
will doubtless return there.
Smoke a St. Johns cigar lest 10c
cigar on the market the "White
Congregational services will be
ie!tl at three o'clock Sunday after
noon in Woodman hall by Rev. I.
D. Mahone, of Astoria. Mr.
Mahoue is a preacher of high ability
and the public is cordially invited
to hear him. There will be special
If you want to make your hens
av try some 01 mat grounu none
and shell at Poff & Carey's.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Frey, for-
merly of New Zealand, came from
Vancouver, B. C, a few days since
nd are guests of Mrs. lfranu
Smith. Mr. Frey contemplates
ocatintr in Pendleton but may
alter his determination and take up
Cream Puffs and Lemon Pies-
ready Saturday -at Boston Home
W. T. Slatten, formerly a St.
ohns dentist, has been forbidden
urffJ suit for divorce. If he could i
be forbidden frequenting other bars
te'd have more money and a breatu
on him that would be less whiskey-
fied. It's no wonder that he can't
When in need of lime, cement,
plaster, sash, doors, builders' hard
ware and dry wood and the best of
coal for domestic purposes leave the
order at Donnelly's market for the
Peninsula Feed and Fuel Co. to fill.
G. B. Fox and wife left by boat
on lueraay lor mcu uu uumc m
The Dalles having leased their
property here to a Mr. Page. At
riie Dalles .Mr. 1'ox nas a nice
home and, as lie came Here to
secure health for his wife whicli
id not seem to return he conclu
ded that the old home might prove
just as healthful.
THIS JUST ABODT
HERE ARE PIANOS UOOD TO
PLAY ON FOR $2.1, $20, 529,
SS8, AND SO ON UP, AT '2.00
OR S3.00 A AONTH.
Qnlc, Kiiusbu y, Nuiins & Clark,
Ludwlg, Schiller, Vose, Fischer:
also a II I ct c Davis, a Kimball
find a Stcinway, and many others
to be closed out at Eilcrs Piano
House. Pianos tor a song. De
livered as Xmns gifts if desired.
A "Pierson," beautifully
legs, only -f 23.
A one-time famous "Gale," only
A Worcester Suuare, elegantly
carved legs, only $ 29.
A good Nunns Clark, only
A fine Kimball, son! n Steinway,
t90; a Hallet oc Davis,
A "square deal ' surely to til
who have the room for one of these
Largest size, golden oak, fanciest
style Ludwig, only S185.
Largest size, mahogany eted
Kingsbury, only $145; another
Kingsbury, walnut case, 5128.
A fine, fancy, walnut cased Vose,
286; another Vose 111 pretty
mahogany case only S22b
Very nice little Mschcr, ebouized
case, only ."MAS.
A Collard & Collard Upright.
A good Newton Upright, $08.
A fine mahogany eased Huekley,
Largest size, estiecially desiuuetl
hcluller, walnut case, only $278.
Largest size Haus, mahogany
Upnglit, line tone, only 5312.
J wo discontinued, Colonial
style Pease pianos, brand new, only
Largest sized, golden oak, Well
tigtou, only $152.
Two showy Haniiltoiis, $13(1 and
A fine, genuine Hubert M. Cable,
case somewhat marred, only $270.
Largest size, Wing & Sou, wal
nut case, only $142; another Wing
K bon, also like new, $128.
Hue mahogany cased Leicht &
Co., piano, liuly $188.
Beautiful, largest size Kimball,
rosewood case, elaborately finished,
taken as part payment on new
'iauola Piano, only $318.
Practically all of the above ami
numerous other pianos, were taken
as part payment 011 a new, costly
flickering, Weber. Kimball.
Hazeltou, Pianola Piano, Orchcs-
trelle, or some of the other high
grnde instruments handled by the
House of P.ilers. All must
Terms entirely to suit your
IIKANI) NI'.W ONUS AI-SO.
A number of very costly
socially designed pianos of
ugliest gratle intended for
'Downtown hxluhitiou" of Ivilers
'iuuo House, arrived too late.
These will also be closed out at
very marked reductions. The
latest and most artistic styles ever
shown, included in this array.
Remember every one jmsitively
new, with all the latest improve
ments, in choicest of esecially
selected woods, eiitremely beautiful
ami unique. Husiest of payments.
Come, write or telephone Filers
House, 351 Washington
Work is now progressing ujmhi
the approaches to the new ferry at
the foot of Pittsburg street. J. H.
Brink, the active pusher of the en
terprise, is "here with the goods'
and will rush business as rapidly as
is consistent with good work. As
has been stated the real ferry boat
will not be built until it bus been
ascertained about how large a
traffic will be given the ferry: but
in the meantime a commodious
barge will be pressed into service.
The St. Johns Ferry Company
need not worry about the size of
the boat it will build: and may
make the ferry as large as jwssible
without being unwieldy. It will
not be many mouths ere it will
have ubotit all the business one
boat can carry out.
No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough
There is not the least danger in
giving Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to small children as it con
tains no opium or other harmful
drug. It lias an established rep
"tat" f "lor; tlia tMty y s
the most successful medicine in use
for colds, croup and whooping
cough. It always cures and is
pleasant to take. Children like it.
Sold by Jackson's Pharmacy.
Has A Contract.
J. H. Black lias secured the con
tract for dismantling the ouildiug
used at the St. Louis and Portland
fairs by the National Cash Register
Company, and loading the same on
the cars to be brought to St. Johns.
It will be re-erected on the site
owned by the Congregationalists
and used by that denomination as a
church. It will be placed on the
corner lot the inside lot being re
served for a parsonage.
Insure with the Peninsula Bank.
UNIVERSITY and PORTSMOUTH
John Pulley is erecting a cottage
on Portsmouth avenue, north.
Mrs. Ferris, of 1670 Dwight
street, is quite ill. Dr. Webster is
iMr. vassar ana mtntiy now oc
cupy the cottage on the hill opposite
I. Walker, on the slough road.
Miss Anna faorensou, of 782
uast amliill, spent bunday with
Mrs. D. V. Hart, 1690 Herst
Mr. and Mrs. 1 . A. Baker spent
1 hanksgiving at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Slaughterback, 011 the
Mrs. McGregor and Miss L. H.
Thurston spent Tuesday afternoon
with Mrs. R. S. McCall, of 1628
Mr. and Mrs. Wnllace Mason and
daughter, Miss Hattic, spent
I hanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs.
Smith, at Troutdale.
Mr. Smith and family arrived
tere from Clinton, Missouri, last
Friday. Mrs. Smith is quite ill.
They have rented the Columbia
The ladies of the Baptist church
met at the home of Mrs. Charuey,
1640 Portsmouth avenue, Tuesday
afternoon. A very interesting
meeting is reported.
Nice rooms ami gootl board can
be obtained of Mrs. Hatfield, 1619
Piske street, University Park:
Phone Scott 6793.
A number of young jwople met
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Mitchell Monday evening. The
time was spent in games ami
music, mid it bounteous lunch was
served in Mrs. Mitchell's charming
style. The young people stayed
until the wee sm' h'rs ami, voting
thanks to iheir hosts, went home
with happy hearts or sweet
The Phone Coward.
Tint Ritvntw has has reason to
find fault with many things in its
own immediate vicinity, and, like a
man hunting trouble, it has found
it not only at home but in the
sm rounding neighborhood. We
have pointed out some glaring
faults witli the Park, ami congratu
late ourselves that we have stirred
up considerable ill feeling.
On complaint of some telephone
subscribers we investigated and
found a deplorable abuse of that
most serviceable institution. A
certain party was complained about,
his telephone number secured, mid
we found him to be the chief cause
of numerous complaints especially
from women who have been made
to listen to a torrent of abuse from
this despicable coward, who, stand
ing in safely at home, would amuse
himself by annoying women hap
iieuing to be on the line when he
Last week a scoundrel of this
strie took down while a woman
was talking over the phone Hue to
her husband. The husband was in
the city but could hear plainly the
scandalous remarks meant for his
wife. Both were forced to hang up.
Another instance is where a res
ectable married woman was called
up and asked to make 11 "date."
when the husband heard of the
occurrence lie wus, ol course, ex
asierated, but on reflecting a few
minutes he Iwcame calm. He will
wait his chance, arrange a "date"
and some enterprising young
man" will be taught a lesson of a
As this issue of Tint Ri'.vmw
goes to press we are pleased to
learn from one of its subscribers
that a complaint lodged some time
ago at tlie telephone ollice lias
brought desiretl results. A party
who inoiioM)Ii.cd the line a half
lour at a time most every evening
las been summarily shut off by
'central" but the abuse has not yet
been eradicated and the columns of
11115 Rltvu'.w will 1m: odcii for liny
one ot tlie telephone subscribers
who wish to voice their sentiments
about this most unbearable evil. .
What is said to be the finest
masquerade ever given in St. Johns
was that of the Carnation Club at
Bickuer Hall Wednesday night.
In spite of the tain and the mud
the hull was crowded to overflow
ing with merry masqucradcrs and
devotees of dancing. The music
was excellent and the crowd so
good-natured that it was nearly
five o clock Thursday morning
when "lights out" was sounded.
The Carnation Club is to be con
gratulated on the outcome of the
alfair -and the excellent manner in
which it was conducted.
Can Vou Afford
To carry the risk of total loss on
your buildings when a small amount
will insure you against loss ( It
does not pay to do it. See the Pe
uiusula Bank about rates.
Mrs. Hattie, wife of J. W. Stock
ton, died on Monday, November
27, at a Portland hospital from the
effects of an o)eratiou for apeudi
citus. Mr. Stockton and family
came here from Greeley, Colorado,
in August of this year. Mrs
Stockton's sister arrived in time to
x: present during the operation.
Mr, Stockton and family started
with the iKxly on Thursday for
Greeley, Colorado, where the inter
ment took place.
MADE A RAID,
Sheriff Word (lets A Tip
(let Tlie Same.
Saturday night Sheriff Word with
several deputies came to St. Johns
to see if he could find anything in
the way of illegal liquor-selling. 1
He had been informed that the!
billiard hall of Johnson & Knight
was doing a large business in liquor
selling, and he at once proceeded to
Nothing was found of an in
criminating nature so tlie "sur
prise" social adjourned sine die
i nerc nave been so many rumors
that the firm was selling liquor that
one of tlie frequenters of the hall,
C. D. Hdwards, gave information
which led to the raid.
Peninsula Peed and Fuel Company
will sell for cash in University Park
ami Portsmouth: liran, ooc ter
sack; shorts, 80c er .sack; clov.er
nay, 50c per 100 (khuhIs.
We have the only dry wotxl on
the Peninsula mid are sole agents
Rock Si'kinos, Rosi.vn,
KliNTON, NlCW CA8TI.lt,
If others sell you these coals in
tins territory they cannot deliver
the goods; they must substitute mi
inferior coal. Phonic Hast 307.
Onlers may be left tit Donnelly's
Market, St. Johns
Onler of exercises at the Hvan-
gelical church for next week :
.Sunday school at 10 it. in.
Preaching 1 1 a. m.
Topic "Tine Riches."
Junior K. L. C. H. 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. McVicker, superintendent.
benior K. L. C. I'.. 0:30 p. m.
Sermon 7:30 p. in.
Topic' 'Systematic Use of
Wednesday 7:30 p. m.: Choir
Thursday 7:80 p. m.: Prayer
e extend 11 itersoual invitation
to each citizen of St. Johua to par
ticipate in ami enjoy the rcrviccs as
announced. H. H. McViCKitu,
Camp 773, Woodmen of the
World, helti an election of officers
nt its last meeting and the follow
ing officers were chosen for the
Council Commander C.
Advisor- Lieutenant 11.
Banker I lenry Bickuer.
Clerk Walter Coon.
Hscort Guylord Mallitt.
Watchman Selcrl Riisiuusson,
There is 110 need in being short
your fuel. The Peninsula Feed
mid Fuel Company is always at
your orders. All sorts of wood ami
coal quickly delivered. Outers
may be left at Donnelly's Market.
Phone Hast 297,
Baptist services will lc
the Adventist church
morning at eleven and
evening at seven-thirty.
bunday school at ten o clock.
At seven-thirty an address on
tcmtcruiicc will be given by a boy
All are cordially invited to attend
lv. A. Liionakd, Pastor.
Now is your time to buy Logan
Berry Units at 50c iter dozen, Buy
the tipps and make your own trans
plants and save ?i 011 a dozen, bee
Jv. Baker, (old Organ place),
agent for The Carlton Fruit Tree
Sold Ills Route.
J. N. Olds started a milk route a
few weeks ago and succeeded in
working up a nice growing pat
ronage. A few days ago he sold
out the business to M. W. Gatton
who will conduct the same in a
manner to increase trade. Just
what Mr. Olds wiil tlo is not stated.
A place to exchange or buy new
or second hand furniture, stoves and
carpets. All kinds of house fur
nishing goods at way down prices.
Square Deal. M J. McGkatii, 66
North third, between Davis and
F.vcrett streets, Po:tlatid.
Connri'natiDiiul Church, St. Johns
Morning service at 10:311; Suudity school
at 9:30; evening service ut 7:30.
Holy Crcns (Catholic) church, Ports
mouth. 1'irst ma'.', at H:y a, in.; Ilifjli
mass ut 10:30 a, in.; Sunduy school ut
9:30 u, in.; evening services ut 7:30.
Methodist K)iscowi Church, St. Johns
Sunday school ut io:uj; morning ser
vece at n:; Upworth League ut 6:30;
preaching ut 7:30. S. I.. Voting, I'astor.
Seventh Day Adventist church, St.
Johns. Sabbath school ut 10 11, 111.;
regular service at 1 1 a, in,, every Sahltath;
prayer meeting Wednesday evening. It,
). Hurlbert, elder.
Can't Tell In Print.
Speaking of n certain class of
subscribers, the St. Johns Ritvntw
asks, "Did it ever occur to you
that the man who grows angry
when he is asked to pay up in ad
vance for his subscription is the
sort of a man who insists on not
KviK up his nickel car fare until
1'1-' tfets to the end of his ride?"
We would ask what you think
?f 11 who has received a paper
ilto Ms home and read it for a year
or more; has received notice of
wniiui: ui uwiiiTMim, anil tout mat
if he did not want the paper to say
so, or he would be counted a sub
scriber to yet continue to receive
the paper without objection, ami
after a lapse of sixty days to then
refuse the paper without being
honest enough to pay for the time
lie actually received ami read the
same? Greshani Record.
Harold Moore, half back of
Schenectady, New York, Union
College, was killed at football Sat
urday nfternoon. Nineteen years
old but it was his own fault.
Sec the $14.00
In our window. Pow
ers' special price,
$11.25; our price
E. O. MAGOON.
, Next to The lliic'ttrntd.
Keep your immcv hi-ic
ut home, I'.ttnmW the
people who Mtnuiie
oii. I have located In
St. John to May, and I
hull hend my money
here. Anyone wUliIng
Slj;n - Writing Design - Work
House Decorating or Painting
ohould not full to Kc me,
F. W. TALB0TT
ST. JOHNS, ORISOON.
Until January 1, 1906
to old or new customers
Buying Five Pounds ol Tea
Any customer bringing to us a
receipt for puiehase ol live iwauxls
of tea from our agent, at tegular
price, will le entitled to china or
crockery to the value of $1.35 Or
we will accept the yellow slip as
cash 011 a larger purchase of crock
ery, elilua, granite or tinware. 1 lie
yellow slip must bear addles, day
BOYD TEA COMPANY
414 MORRISON SIREET, PORTLAND, OREGON
I?. P. Tot.Ni.si, Prop.
Is an up to-dutu quick Ltuiuli,
Cilfur, Confectionery mid Xwn
Stand, The Celebrated llaul
wood Cieum and Batter kupt
Corner Jeroy fit. and Broadway
St. Johns, Oregon
No. 186 I. 0. 0. I:.
Sr. JOHNS, OklMiOS
Meets each Monday eveliiuv; in () I
l'ellowk hall, ut 7 v- ViMtors uelcouud.
I,. v. ovcrstrcct, N. 1..
It. Hlllott, Secretary.
Administrator's Notice For
Notice U hereby idvcit that the umk -
liKued has been duly upHiuted by tl.
county court of the ktute of Oregon, for
.Multnomah county, iuiiuiuittruiur 01 m -
estate of M. A. Townsend, decciued.
All lK-TMiiis haviiiL' ctiiims uuuiitat mi I
estate are hereby required to preMitt tho
Mine to me, tiroiierly verified itk by Iti v
required, ut the office of 'I . T. 1'MrWer, in
Holbrook Illock. St. John, Oruuuii,
within six (6) moi.th of the dutu thurco'.
II. IU11 tills 7-1111 UilJ Ul .tlMSIllinil , .t.
KIAVOOO II. UtlAV,
f. T. Purker,
Attorney for Administrator.
Published in Si. Johns Review Novem.
ber J, December 1,8, and 15, i5.