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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 12 August 1910

Eccentric Mr. Sangster ..By GERALD PRIME Rudolf Snnsatur was occontrlo to tho verge of something far moro serious thnn mero uncomplicated quoorncss, Fortunately for him, ho had been ec centric so long that It had como to bo understood among men that ho was to bo loft unmolosto-l. Absolutely nor ma! In matters of business and tho or dlnary affairs of life, bo was kncwn to bo subject to tho most extraordinary and oven extravagant variations from tho natural and oxpectod. Ho wan n mon with a posltlvo genius for per verscnoss. Among all his cccontrlcltlcs thero was nothing so Indicative cf his por- verslon ns his uncompromising rofusal to permit his diughter, mothorlcss and nn only child, to marry John Wllllston. Doth young persons Boomed fash' Inncd for such n unl-n. John Willis ton ns tho worthy repository of sov' cral generations of transmitted wealth and tho woman ho had loved from early girlhood was tho heiress of n man whoso touch had been that of Midas freed from tho sordid lust ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 12 August 1910

Say, Where's That Pig? If there U pie If ft In any comer of th Northwrat we want It. W want a much drrased pork aa w can poMlbljr BtU W wll par M follow for produce. We nrer lake off, eommlMlon. Ehlp by eipreut Dressed Pork izMe Dressed Veal,,.,,,""""' ' ioe Tresh Ekr: 28a Live Chlckcns-Ilcns i7e sptlns chickens,.,,, .... 20c Addre alt ahlpmrnt. FRANK U SMITH MEAT CO. "rightlne the Beef Truot" , PORTLAND, OREGON Dr. B. E. Wright iiartrour teeth out and plate and brldra work j'f. 11 u;'"to'iI,elron we (lnUh plaU 1'ninES. HtWCrmi. .'J3.00 mBHJcfTtci $3.50 burssw Jin Cum) raw... 31.00 (MKil.Wn.lnSS.00 run..... .. $7.50 fiUrtl tllnrlm.. 50 11 EST METHODS ralnleu Extraction Free when plate or brIJw work la ordernl, Consultation Free. You cannot mi "r painieaa worn anywhere, no matter All Work fully Guaranteed for fifteen Yeera Dr. B. E. Wright Co. 342 Washington St., Portland, Oregon Take car at depot and tranafer to Waahtneton St. Clothet for the Boy. An occasional ault In henvy pongee ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 12 August 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Frtdny At 117 WoBt Burlington Btroot DY A. V. MARKLE Tua Ritviuw Is entered nt lwst office in Saint Johns, OioRon, ns mall matter of the second class nuder the Act of Con jjre of March 3, 1879. nr Dtlti lor Job IVIMIor enb on dellrerr. Alt Mmnanleklloiu ihonld b !dreied to in BTtw, Bt. John), Ortcnn. Adrtlllnf tti, 91,00 pr Inch par month. All tdTtrtlilng bllli paatl flnt of cteh monm. OfioUl Rrrtpptr of ih Ottr of St Jehs. Subierlptlon price $1.50 per yenr. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1910 V ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to the rcptib Hcau voters of Multnomah cottttty tltat 1 nm a candidate for re-election to the legislature from this district, subject to the choice of the voters nt the primary election to he held September 24, 1910. I nm n firm believer in "the direct primary law, statement No. 1 and let the people rule." K. C. COUCH. A. W. Mnrklc, editor nnd pro prictor of the Review is spending his summer vncntiott nt Scnsidc nnd has left "us kids" ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 12 August 1910

f f ilk Beauty in Furniture Does not necessarily imply the most costly materials but rather good judgement in selection. The showing of everything at this store is quite at its best. Every department has a . bright, fresh, attractive display. YOU are always as welcome as we can possibly make you. We buy furniture in car lots WE OFFER YOU 1st The World's best factory pro ducts. 2nd Courteous, honest treatment. 3rd Cheap prices. t 4th Confidential credit. The Practical Furniture People. MOTORS For Sewing Machines MOST SATISFACTORY Labor Saving Device ',. for Domestic Use $16.50 . : ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI o An Attractive Layout Is what you will Hs cover by calling at this hardware store. We carry a most com plete line of cutlery, such as.pocket knives, rarors, strops and hones. Keeu Kutter shears and Cattaraugus pocket ) knives fully warranted. ! ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO. lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO( Vff'Jf, LUMBER: Slabwood. J Rough,. Prompt Dry...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 12 August 1910

LATE CHIEFJUST1GE Melvlllo W. Fuller Possessed Great Administrative Ability. First to Stop Phonetlo Spetllng Dad Land Titles In the District of Columbia Probed by f Committee. Washington. Tho lato chief Justlco of tho Supromo court, Molvlllo W. Ful ler of Illinois, was rognrded In Wash ington ns an ideal man for presiding ofllcor of thnt august bench. Ho at talncd his high position In splto of the fact that when President Cleveland ap pointed him ho was only a practising lawyer of no great national reputation nnd hnd never hold n Judicial ofllco. Tho skepticism which met his appoint' mcnt was almost ns universal as Is now tho Judgment that Mr. Fuller ranked with his illustrious prcdoccs bom as a practical nnd hard-working man. Orlglnnlly holding to legal tenets which grow to bo out of touch with that ho found that tho decision had boon given to tho chief clerk of the court by Justlco Fuller early la tho day, nnd ho in turn had quietly in formed tho nowspapor men. LBS PROBE DAD LAND8...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 12 August 1910

Zelda Dameron SJSBSSBaS) By, MEREDITH NICHOLSON Cop-right, 1P04, far tU BobU-Mmtn Co. CHAPTER VI. (Contlnued.1 Merrlnm tapped his riding boot with tno wnip no had kept In his hand. "Yes; the war's over," ho said, "ou -war. Thoro's been another since, but it's preposterous to call that Spanish iress-paraue nnd target practice war.' The two men went out together, and JInJor Congrlevo twitted Mcrrlatn bout the thoroughbred's pedigree. seo you again borons you go, luncheon to-morrow at the Tlppccu noo Club? That Is well, dood-morn lngl" As Merrlnm rode out toward the street, Captain Pollock camo from one of the storehouses and walked briskly Across tho grounds In tho direction of tho office. A curve In the path brought mm race, to faco with Rodney Merrlam, who saluted him with his right hand, "Good-morning, Mr. McrrlamI" and the young ottleer lifted his hat. Captain Pollock's eyes followed tho houseman to tho gate. "I don't know who you nre, Mr. Mer Tlam, or what you do," ho reflected '...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 12 August 1910

ORDINANCE NO. 310. An Ordinance Adopting the Viewers' Report in the Mat terof Changing, Altering and Opening Fesscnden Street from Jersey Street to The Southeasterly Limits o said City. The city of St. Johns tlocs ordain ns follows. Thnt Whcrons. the viewers Imyc filed with the city recorder rheir report in tin ntnttcr of nseliiL the benefits Mid (him nijcs in chmiKltiK. opening mid tillering Ito'cnildi street from Jersey street to the mil hcaMctlv lintilH of the CUV 0! tl Johns, and wlirrri. mill rcDort Iias been exnm (..ml lit llin rnunrll nl uilil rllv. which said report Is in words nnd fiRurcs ns follows, to-wit; St. Johns, Oregon, July a6, 1910 4 . 1 I 1 t .. .. .1 ........ n 1 I ni AO me nonunion: itiiijur uivi uuutu j the city of St. jonim, urcgon nriillrlllPII! Wc, the nmlcrtgiiil, liming W11 du lv iiiimiintcl hv the COUNCIL mid bv liotl ceo tinted July, ai, 1910, In the mnttcrof the protXMcu oiHiiiitiK, laying oui mm inlilUhiiiLf of I'cssetidcn street with ordi nance No. 3,...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 August 1910

rfs Historical SocJcly ST. JOH REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubscrlb for THIS Paper. All tilt ntwi while lilt newt li our motto. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Of tdrertlilnt la THIS Paper androu'llneverrttjretlt. Be hi at enc and keep rkhl at It Devoted (o (be Interetti of (he Peitlniula, the Manufacturing Center of (he Northwest VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19. 1910. NO. 41 II, Good Work Well Done A Line From Ye Editor Barbecue a Success A Farfetched Conclusion The Dredger Chinook Fire in St. Johns Portland may well be proud of the good work that was done for the unfortunate lady who was in jured by flic train in that city re cently; but the work of the city of millionaires has been fully equalled in comparison by our generous hearted citizens in the case of little Miss Grunig. Our people, through the agency of Mrs. H. H. Meyer, contributed the following amounts for the hospital and other expenses incident to the operation which -will enable Miss Mnblc to walk with...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 August 1910

COLLIER & COLLIER Lawyers Rooms In Holbrook nulldlnjr. St. Johns, Oregon JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Dny & Night Odlco in McChosnoy blk. I'hona Jcriiey Ml. St. Johns, Oregon. Re. none Jeritj 1571. Office Phont Jentv 921 ALBERT CAREY, M. D. HOLDROOK ULOCK Kwldenco D08 t-'cucnden Street Office Hour: to . m. to 1 1, m., 3 to fl p. m. ST. JOHNS, OREGON. Daniel O. Webster, A. B. M. D Residence, C97 Dawson Street Ofllcc, 1'lltcr Ulock. University Park, Portland, Oregon. DR. RAMBO DENTIST Office Phono Richmond 51 First National Hank building. ST. JOHNS, OREGON. DR. W. E. HARTEL DENTIST I'hona Richmond 201 0 THE BONNETS Ily CORINNE JACKSON Holbrook Ulock St. Johns "Francos," snld tho soft voice, "bring mo another pair of thoso wings, pleaso." Tho young girl waiting beyond the drawn curtains of tho nlcovo, obeyed, and Louiso Ward, designer nnd head milliner for Marshall Mills, laid the wings bcsldo a corresponding pair which flarod across tho broad molro hat sho wa...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 August 1910

SMITH WILL PAY YOU lOo for Dreaied Veal. '2io for Drnmcil Tork. lCc for Lire Itena. ,' 16c for Lira Spring Chlekene. 25 e per dozen for Freeh Ecn Smith never charge commlaelon. You ret ALL your money when jrou ihlp to Smith. You don't divide with the middleman. Ad dreia all shipment! rRANIC U SMITH MEAT CO. 'Tlehtlnr the Beef Trust" PORTLAND, OREGON Dr. B. E. Wright tlare roar teeth out nd pUte end brMtre work done. Kor out-of-town pitrone we flnleh plate And bridge Work In one dr If Decenary. rmccs: K.UrCi. . $5.00 KilrtlriTeA $3.50 CURfan Sin uikI rs-n, . $1.00 Sir TiTrlt . . SOC m nAwn.it. $5.00 tttf Rte U'J rietre..... .. Malni titrKfM. 50c IIHST METHODS Falnleee Extraction Free when plates or bridle work le ordered. Coniultatlon Free. You cannot Eet better patnleet work anywhere, no matter w much you pay. All Work fully Guaranteed tor riflaen Years Dr. B. E. Wright Co. ' 342 Wn.hlngton St., Portland, Oregon Take ear at depot and tranafer to Weanlne-ten flt. Mi.bL JPL sT" Establ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 August 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Ever Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. DY A. W. MARKLE Ths Khvirw U entered at post office In Saint Johns, Otvgon, as mail matter ol uie second class under tuc Act 01 ton gress of March 3, 1879. Job PHntlni .t.eoUd In flnt elm niti. uini lor Jf jmniior eats on aeurtrr. All .oramunle.tlon. ihoutil b dclrenJ to To rurmw, hi. John. or.gon. Admtlilag r.t.t, $1.00 per Inch par month. Alt sdt.rllilnc bill" pjtl flnt of t.cb raontn. OSeUt Nrw?p.r of tht City of 8k Johns. Subscription prloe $1.50 por yonr, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1910 ANNOUNCEMENT I wish lo announce to the rcpub Hem voters of Mtiltnomnh county that I nni n candidate for re election to the legislature from this district, subject to the choice of the voters at the primary election to he held September 34, igio. I am n firm believer in "the direct primary law, statement No. t find let the people rule." K. C. COUCH. The annexation question has bobbed tin again. Two or more local individuals arc str...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 August 1910

YOU HAVE THE rLUUn WE Have The Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums i LET'S GET TOGETHER We can surprise you in Prices . as well as in Quality. Linoleum prices are advancing and it is only owing to our immense stock, bought before the advance that enables us to sell at the low pric6 we do now. THREE 'STORES Portland St. Johns Vancouver A large business with small profits THREE STORES Portland ' St. Johns Vancouver vrS0XS A little down, a little each month NORTH BANK PHARMACY 7 HO AVE OF THE FAAtOUS NYALS and A. D. S. REMEDIES. WH DKMVHR liVHRYWHBRK 1'REIi "CURRIN SAYS SO." I'HONR JRRSKY root Exceptional Values on the Following Remedies: I MOTORS For Sewing Machines MOST SATISFACTORY Labor Saving Device 'for m' Domestic Use' 0 '; ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St.' C. O. Churchill Is ImvIiik a ucnt habitation built on Fox street. L. N. Devcrnux Is erecting co.y Home on btmioru street. W. 12. Pope is erecting a small dwelling on Mohawk street. R.I). Rice is also erecting n nice re...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 August 1910

HAS NO REAL PLAGE SINCERITY NOT WANTED IN THE WORLD'S AFFAIR8. Man Who 8et Out to De Absolutely Truthful In All Thlng Announce! That Ho Quickly Dltcov. ered the Fact. "I will bo sincere" I said to myself. "No matter what It costs mo, I will say exactly wlint I think at all times and all placos. I will havo nothing to do with shams and protousoa and conventions. Bo I went out and tried It "To tho first man I mot I stated my position and my Intention of speaking my mind. Tho man grasped mo by tho hand as though I was his long-lost brother. "You aro tho mnn for mo!" ho do clnred. "I'm sick of tho conventional humbug of tho world. Wo will bo frlonds, you and I, and wo will always say exactly what wo mean to each othor, nnd tell each other our ronl opinions." "Wo Will." Sftlil 1. "nn.1 na n .InM I should llko to say that tho color of BIG DEMAND FOR DAIRY COWS Dairymen Report It Imponlblo to Purchase First Class Animal For Less Than $80 Per Head. (By J. E. PATNR, Colorado Agrlcuttura mi i...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 August 1910

I-LSTOI AKD HIE PRINCESS Invalid Noblewotror. Who Was Con ccrred About the Great Political Reformer's Relloloue Dellof. When I wns In St. Petersburg I hurt an Introduction to n certain princess, who wns said to . be Interested In rrleons nnd prlsonors, and though I knew that sho had absolutely no con corn with any political reforms, 1 hoped aho might holp mo to an Inter vhw with Mrao.' JJrcshkowsky. The princess was nn Invalid, nnd 1 was allowed to co directly to her room, whoro she lay on n loungo, with n lit tle stand bcsldo hor on which lay religious books. Sho received mo with groat cordiality, winning my heart with her first words. Sho spoke ex cellent English and wo neoded no In terpreter. "I am an old, old woman," sho said cheerfully, "but t And my old ago the happiest part of my life." "That Is almost what Count Tolstoi said to me," I replied. "Oh," sho cried, "do you know my old (rlend, Tolstoi We wero young togother, and how I love hlml Out, alas, ho trusts too much 41 his...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 August 1910

Building Permits COUNTING BY TENS. ORDINANCE NO. 311 Following arc the building per mits issued since the first of the mouthi making n total so far this year of $7000 more than was taken out during all of last year: No. lot To W. IS. Pope to erect a dwelling on Mohawk street between Willamette boulevard and Jersey street; cost $100. No. 104 To R. I). Rice to erect a dwelling on Allegheny street be tween Swift and Hendricks; cost $400. No. 105 To h. N. Deveraux to erect dwelling on Stafford between Polk and Buchanan streets; cost $200. No. to6-To M. H. Rodwcll to erect dwelling on Orcgouian avenue between Myers and Olympia streets; cost $1500. No. 107 -To A. II. Massey to alter and repair dwelling on Char leston between Kdisoti and Decatur; cost $100. No. 108--T0 Ilickford & Ten tiant to erect dwelling on Stufford between Polk and Uuchanan for R. Alsbcrge; cost $1500. No. log To J. W. Campbell to erect dwelling on Swenson between Myers and Crulkshank for J. P. Kasmussoii; cost $6...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 August 1910

. Historical Society M .... Mi ; m . . . t-. . si.. juniNS tec view IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubtcfltx for THIS Papr. Alt tbt nw while It li newt I our motto. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Of drrtlfni In THIS Paptf nd you'll nirtrrttrtt It. De lia at oncaandltMprltht at It Devoted to (he Interest ot tho I'enlmula, ffct Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOI,. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26. 1910. NO. 42 1 The Spider and the Fly Nothing to be Gained A Few "Annex" Thoughts Council Proceedings x Big Circus at Portland A Man Above Reproach Fessenden Street The following clipped from Mon day's Journal, a mouthpiece for the interests in Portland desirous ot having St. Johns annex with that city, reminds one strongly of that school day rhyme, "The Spider and the Fly." The glittering promises of the spider in order to get the fly into the web are quite similar. The caption reads: Would Enjoy Better Improvements; Majority of Voters Favor Plun: "Petitions bearing more than 300 si...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 August 1910

m RAISING THE ill Engineer O'Rourke's Plan Sub mitted to Army Board. Method by Which It to Proposed to Lift the Hulk for Inspection and Ropalr Government Watch ing Aeroplanes. Washington. John F. O'ltourko, tho engineer who bridged tho Hudson at Poughkccpslo nnd drovo tho Pennsyl vania railroad's tunnel undor tho North river a low days ago laid bo foro Acting Bocrotnry of War Oliver his plan for raising tho Malno from tho mud of Havana harbor. Secre tary Ollvor catted Hrlgadlor General William II. Wxby, chief englnoor, Into conforenco and Mr. O'ltourko told tho two officers tho details of his plan. It wob decided to rofor tho O'ltourko pi n to an army board of onglnoors, which will bo nppolntod shortly, nnd which will consider at tho samo tlmo other propositions for tho samo pur poso which havo boon mado to tho war department. Urlofly, tho nowost plan Is based upon a systom of pnoumntlo caissons, RODERT 8. OLIVER. Assistant Secretary of War. such as havo mado posslblo tho build ing ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 August 1910

c Zelda Dameron By MEREDITH NICHOLSON CoorrttM, 1904, hT Tht DebbMntH Co. CHAPTER X. "When Zelda nsked lior father ono "flay where his oulco was, ho answered vaswoiy timt It was In the Dnmoron Illock. This was an old-fashioned of fice building, with a basement and a short stairway leading to tho main cor rldor. It was no longer fashionable, .11 tno better class of lawyers and real es tate brokers had sought building of A later type that offered electric llghU nd elevators. Tho Dameron Hlock laced tho court-liouao square, and was th habitat of divers smnll attorneys and real cstato men. In tho basement below, a Justice of tho caco sat In judgment next door to a musty old hook-shop, where tho proprietor, n jualnt figure with a great mop of Iron-gray hair, sold pens and paper ana legal blanks to Dogberry Itow, as this quarter of tho street was called. Zelda strayed Into this thoroughfare "by chanca ono winter afternoon short ly beforo Chrlstmns and was arrested 1y tho sight of sumo old...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 August 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. What It Is BY A. W. MARKLE Tint Rkvikw Is entered at post office in Saint Johns, Oisgon, ns mall matter of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. ar al QUI lor Jeb Printing tmb on djllrerr, All eommtuileatloBi ihoalJ ! ddrnd is Tie IUt1w, fit. Johns, Oreron. Adfrtllnt rattt, 11.00 ptr lack per month. Alt adrtrtUInc bllli prtU flrit of tieb month. OffleUl Nrwipip.r of U OHf of St. John. Subscription price $1.50 per year. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1910 ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to llic rcptib licau voters of Mtiltnomnli county that I ntu a cntultdnte for re-election to the leclslnttirc from this district, subject to the choice of the voters at the primary election to be held September 24, 1910. I am a firm believer In "the direct primary law, statement No. t and let the people rule." K. C. COUCH. In looking over the news of the day one is impressed with the num ber of states which will wre...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 August 1910

4- I 4 OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Quartered Oak BOOK-CASE nnd;DESK Combined at only $14.76 net Others nsk $20.00 Will furnish your house complete Or will sell you a single piece to match what you have At prices as good or better than you can get in city ot Portland. THERE IS A REASON Our Rents Arc Low VVc Buy For Cash WE BUY FOR THREE STORES Wc buy in car lots for the main store and dis tribute to the branch stores at car lot prices. Local News. 1 Wanted Woman to do washing. Call at this office. TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES t ! J MOTORS For Sewing Machines " MOST SATISFACTORY Labor Saving Device for , Domestic Use f - $16.50 ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. OOOOOOCMDOOOOOOOOOOOCX)OC00( 2 An Attractive Layout Is what you will dis cover by calling at this hardware store. We carry a most com plete line of cutlery, such as.pocket knives, razois, strops and hones. Keen Kutter shears ntul rnMnrnnmis nocket knives fully warranted. ! ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO. lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCMDO ' LUMBER: Sla...

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