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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 February 1911

r MEDICAL RESEARCH. Romance of the Discovery of the Cause of Malaria. In the history of rcacnrcli nru ninny romances. Of tlio discovery thai mil iaria was caused by mosquitoes, It Is related how Dr. Low and Dr. Snin- bon lived hi tho mnlnrlous Itoninu Campncnn without qulnlno. They re tired at sunset to a mosquito proof hut, with douhlo doora and windows of wlro not, and they did not lenvo un til sunrise. Tho fact that they re malncd Immune, whllo tho attendants Bleeping outside, contracted malaria. confirmed the belief that the mos quitoes wero responsible. Hut how did they carry the disease? At first It was thought to bo by wa ter. To settle the question live mos quitoes which had bitten Infected peasants wero sent homo nnd two members of the school submitted to bo bitten by them. They both went down with malaria. Again, how did tho mosquitoes transmit tho germ? By cutting sections of tho proboscis tho malarious paraslto was found. It breaks through tho skin of the probo- sis nnd ...

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. — 10 February 1911

Historical Sociely ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU f Totubscrltx (or THIS Pupcr All (he newt while ll li ncwi It our mottiit Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Of dm (lilni In THIS Ppr ind you'll amr rfrtilt. ne. fin l onct tad ktp rUbl it II if Devoted to (be Interest of the Penlniula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOI,. 7 A Boon to St. Johns According to the bill which has passed both the house ntid senate for n free ferry at this point, it Is in cumbent upon the citizens of St. Johns to purchase the upproaclics nun secure tiic franchise from the present holders. Some imagine the t proppsition is to purchase the pres ent ferry boat also. Tills is entire '..ly erroneous. The approaches on icach side of the river is nil that Is . necessary nud Is nil thnt It Is pro posed to purchase. The ferry com pany has placed n valuation of -$6ooo upon these, and unless this is paid a free ferry will not be secured. While the price may seem high to , some, yei we oeneve lew, It ...

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. — 10 February 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Everr Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. County Institute , pos ail Tim Rrvirw In Saint Johns, Oregon, as mall matter of the second claw nndcr the Act of Con- great of March 3, 1870, OOcUl Smpuper of lh City cf St. Jaans. AdTrttBlo nlM, 11.00 par Inch per month. fob VrlaUnji tztcntoS In flrst'OU'S siyls. Bills lor Job Printing eatb on dtllverr. All eotnmnnlattlont should bt addrsued to Xn rirrlaw; BL Johm, Oregon. All kdiirtltlnf bills pyllt first of etch month. Subaerlptlon prlco $1.00 par yonr. R.W. McKcon mid Pnsclml Hill, who were selected by the Jersey street property owners to investi gate hard surface conditions in Hastens cities, have returned to St. Johns. They made it very thor ough examination of all kinds of paving, talked with property own ers, officials and secured testimoni als, so that they arc in a position to have full knowledge of the subject. Both arc strongly in favor of Wcs- trinnitc paving as a result of their ...

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. — 10 February 1911

1- I -f " " ' ' " I li .i.."""""1.. .. " 1 ' HIMMI I I I HI lll-- 11 ' I I I I I IIIIMIM II. A. ... $50 Range For $34.20 First m very re spect. A perfect bak er, fuefsav er, quick in service,easy to keep, nickel parts absolutely plain, boiler riveted, fcri cjp 1 e wall body. MADE class IN ST. Mil B I i li i E3 9 Sill 61 JOHNS Asbestos lining 'full quarter inch thick, be sides other special features. The Greatest Range Value Ever Offered Compare it with other $50 ranges and you will agree with us. These are some of the St. Johns users. Askthem Mrs. L E. Yoik Miles McAllitter G. U. DiIkrs Cut Mnnguion K. M. I latldow . J. S. Slitrr A. I !. Barney Nick Lockovick Jolin Pelentan C. I'. Jenniion D. N. Uyerlee R. J. Uijlow Loui. 1 ruber W. W. Wlndle R. 1 1, Manns These Ranges are sold and guaranteed by W. IL GrifTii Judge I iolcomb Andrew O.ttum O. C CoulJ F. M. Sattcrlee Frank Lowering C, Ettermnnn II. Fny Mill. C. C I lulf T. Woile O. M. I lowland W. M. Duilcy Thm. Ncl.on Mr. A. Evert J....

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. — 10 February 1911

PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO An Ordinance granting to the Mount Hood Railway & Power Company, its successors and assigns, for a period of twenty-five years the right and privilege to erect, construct, maintain and operate an electric light, heat and power system in the city of St. Johns, Oregon, and the right and privilege to erect poles and stretch wires thereon and there over, through, over and upon the streets, alleys and pub lie highways; and to construct under ground conduits or pipes with all nec essary manholes and other appliances in and under the said streets, alleys and public highways In the city of St. Johns for conducting and conveying electricity for light, heat and power; to charge rents and tolls therefor, and to collect the same and to author ize the said Mount Hood Railway & Power Company to trim shade and or namental trees in the said streets, alleys and public highways, and to provide for the punishment of those Iniuring or interfering with lis prop erty. The ci...

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. — 17 February 1911

Historical Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU J Totubicrlb (or THIS Paper j Alllhenewi whlltltlinewiti our niollo. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT f Of admitting In THIS Paper and jron'll nerer rural It. De (In at one and keep rlht at II i Devoted to the Interests of the Peninsula, the AUnufacturlng Center of the Northwest VOI,. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1911. N.O. 15 The Park Situation The Paving Question Unnecessary Legislation Goes by Default Council Proceedings W. C. T. U. Institute A Valentine Party It is high time that the matter of a public park he again taken up nnd not allowed to lag until the question of voting bonds for the purchase of same is placed on the ballots for the April election. The necessity for n public piny ground nud recreation park is most apparent. St. Johns has delayed the purchase of suitable grounds for such a purpose entirely too long already. The only objection that could possibly be made Is that it might "cost too much." ...

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. — 17 February 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE ORDINANCE NO. 352 Published Everr Friday At 117 West Burlington Stroct. Tns Rkvikw Is entered at post office in 8alnt Johns, Oregon, as malt mutter of the second class wider the Act of Con- great of March 3, 1879, OfltaUl Nrvtptpr of the Oily of Bt. Jehnj. An Ordinance Vacating a Por tion of the Plat of North St. Johns Addition to the City of St. Johns. Adftrtltlo( nUi, (1.00 per Inch per month. fob Printing tieenUd la finl-clui ule. IUIU lor Job Prlnllnf eeita on dellrerr. All ooramnnletlon thoald be tddreued to The Berlev, flL Johns, Orecon. Alt edteitlilnR bllle ptyilU flnt of eeb month. Subscription prlco $1,00 par year. prominent ant! enterprising business ( wid lot number 37; nlso that jm men of Halbritc, Saskatchewan, fSZ and uu old friend of R. W. McKcon, wns n visitor in town on Tuesday. Mr. II. says there is no better plncc for n young man than the wlicnt raising districts of Canada a good plncc to make money and to rub tip ngniust cold...

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. — 17 February 1911

$50 Range For $34.20 MADE IN ST. JOHNS First class in every re s p e c t. A perfect bak er, fuel sav er, quick in service,easy to keep, nickel parts absolutely plain, boiler riveted, tri ple wall body. These are some of the St. Johns I'FTmmwKtZjinamwmwmZ Asbesto s lining full quarter inch thick, be sides other special fea tures. The Greatest Range Value Ever Offered Compare it with other $50 ranges and you will agree with us. users. Ask them Local News. : : z t o i 1 Mr.. L. E. York Milei McAlliiter G. U. DtinK Gut MnriRUion ii. M. I ladilow J. S. Starr A. i I. Darney Nick Lockovlck John I'ctcnon C l Jenntton D. N. liyerlee It. J. UrIow Loui. Triiber W. W. Wlndlo R. 1 1. Rnnno TIibsb Ranges are sold and guaranteed fey V. E. Grim. Judtte I lolcomli Andrew Otlruin O. C Gould l M, Sallrrlco I'ronk Lcwcrinji G. Ellermann I). l-ny Mill. C.C. Hull T. Wnilo O. M. I lowland W. M. Hurley Tlio. NeUon Mr. A. Eveit J, O. Einmcuon Mm. Van De Brook J. Beyer E. O. Bender J. J. McCann A. W. Markle ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 February 1911

DDODnCFn nOniHANfF NO alleys and public highways, the said Ordinance lie Imposed, exacted from or I Ilw. v.o.f I arnnl-n alinl fi n wltll li I .ft V (p. mi ri n llin .li.l Mnltlll llruul Knil.l cordcr of the City of St. Jolins, a I way & Power Company, its successors good and sutlicicnt annual bond to be lor assigns, other than the above spc- An ilrHlnmre rfrsntlnrf tn the Mnunl approved by the Mayor, in the sum cified annual payment of money, but M Ordinance SrranJlnS.IOrft,U,"1 Ll $1,000.00, which bond shall, anions this provision shall not exempt the nuuu naurrar u runn ymVun, iu otner things, provide that said streets, property ot the said mount noou Kan SUCCeSSOrS and assigns, for a period when so opened, shall be protected, re-1 way & Power Company, its successors Of tWenty-llVe years me ngni and paired and reconstructed to me saustac-i or assigns, irom lawiui taxation, r-acu nrlvilcde to erect, construct, maintain "" f ".cCiiy of St. Johns, at the of the .A lrPU IMhl ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 February 1911

W'toricnl Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW WW j 11 '53 NUW Ur 1U YUU J . t m m t in m -v ft I T GET IN THE HABIT J To subscribe lor THIS Paper 5 All the news whlls It It news It i 11. . M -niJ nrnl1 01 advtrtlilnt In TIIIS Papcf and yon'll never rfrt It. Be tin itonce and keep rlthtat II Devoted (o (he Interests of the Penlniuti, Ibe Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOI,. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 191 1. NO. 16 r As Paschal Saw It Reclaim Stump Land A Story With a Moral. We Need a Park Should Move to St. Johns Council Proceedings Will Hold Primary Following Is n portion of Pasclinl "Hill's report given at the meeting in the city halt last night. It should be satisfactory evidence to nil that Westrumlte Is the kind of hard surfacing we want for Jersey street hud other streets also: On the 12th day of January we 'look train from LaSalle depot for ''.Hammond, Iud., where by previous arrangement we were met by E. F. ,'Kuncrt In person, with one of his cars. We passed over va...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 February 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. Tns Rsvmw . pos all la Saint Johns, Oregon, as mall matter of the second cIam wider the Act of Con great of March 3, 1870. OBeUl Srwtpspsr of in City of St John. Adrartltbm ratal, 91.00 per Inch pr month. Job Printing isenlaa' In flrsl-elsis styla. 0J1U far Job Printing cash on dstlverr. Subsorlptlon prloa $1.00 per year. ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby nniiotmcc myself n can didate for tlic office of City Re corder of St. Johns, and respect fully solicit the support of voters at the primaries to he held on the 27th inst. FRANK A. RICE. I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of Recorder of the City of St. Johns subject to the vote of the people at the primary election to be Held Feb. 27, K)ll. F. II. BKODAIIL,. The question of voting bonds for the purchase of the land at North ern Hill for a public park will be decided nt the general city election April 3d. In the meantime look the ground ...

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. — 24 February 1911

f , t. A W Trunks Suit Cases Couches, Couches ONLY $8.50 $1.00 Down $1,00 Weekly f Go-carts, Go-carts Good ones for $6.00 Better ones for $9.00, $10.00, and up to $20.00 We are buying in such quantities for the three , stores that we are getting the lowest price possible. J Investigate Chief Mixc HOME FURNISHERS Portland, St. Johns, Vancouver Sewing Machines Office Desks f TUNGSTEN LAMPS Offer the .Cheapest form of Lighting ' SPECIAL , PRICES , , ,ln;r pn .250 watt size. for . - ' .a -short time only Local News. O. D. Landerhohn is erecting a residence on East Mohawk, o H.E. Recti is erecting a neat little habitation on East Charleston street. o P. S. Bannon of White Salmon, Wash., is spending a few clays at the residence of A. W. Markle. o Carl Thompson is making decid cd improvements to his Edison street dwelling. o Subscribe for tho Telegram boat eronlng pa pur on the coast. Soo Ed Stockton. 8f PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER GO. Alder Street at 7th COAL! WOOD Welsh Anthracite...

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. — 24 February 1911

rqgjyyw-s ' Why 81m Quit Her Job. " A lady of tny ncqunlutnnco In Tokyo, toys a Writer In the world Idc Most- iclor, possessed a vnhinblo servant of lomewhat mature years wbo rejoiced to the noetic name of Olinru San 'Tl)o Houornble MI33 Spring." Una day Miss Snrluir brought In .uncheon as usual. All seemed scrcnu; there was nut n shadow of a cloud In Ihi) domestic sky. Hut nt tcatlmo no tea appeared: neither, In answer to alls at (lint patient and afterward inpatient, did Olinru. After nwlillo llio lady went herself to the back ro t-loin and founddesolation, Tbo char :onl box was fllled with gray ashes, the kcttlo cold. Half tho luncheon platen lay Immersed In u bowl of loopy watcrj tho other half stood ou tho sink roadr to bo put away. Olinru Herself simply wan not. Tho next morning, however, alio ro- ippeared, very tnuili on her company manners, with u clean kimono and her Hair dono In n shining bun to dcuoto tho stato of n matron, demanding tho fragment of waged duu to her slnco...

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. — 3 March 1911

'orca SocUty IT'S NOW UP TO YOU f I 111 I I ISl J1 W 1 I WT I GET IN THE HAB,T 1 Tobcrll for THIS Pajwr aWa JL m M. M. X. ' M, B rtfY T M Mkmmtm T T i Of adrartlilat, la TIII8 Paper Alllhtncwi whlltltliiMwdi 5 "aa- k. ol yoa'll otf rural It. fit- f our motlu. Call In nd enroll 5 tin atoacaan4kaaprlsaUt II 1 Devoted to the Interest ot the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOI. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1911. NO. 17 1 Strong on Westrumite The Primary Election Buy At Home Review Force Reception Colonial Party Council Proceedings A Sad Accident The meeting of the Jersey street property owncrd in the city hall lost Thursday night was well attended, and the subject of hard surfacing was brought to a focus. Represen tatives of'Granitoid, Bitulithic and Westrumite hard surfacing com panies were present and offered bids for laying the hnrd surface on Jersey street with their various products. Chairman A. VV. Davis presided nt the tnccting and Paschal Hill acted...

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. — 3 March 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE A Sudden Death Published Brery Friday At 117 WoBt Burlington Stroot, Williatn H. Jobes died suddenly nt Ins home on Williams nvctiue, I m A . A . . r p tw i. nM-Mi nf nx.tnflV-0 Aiouuav cvcuiuk oi ncari uiseasc. in Saint Tohm. Ovwon. m mall matter The news came as a distinct slioclc oi uie eooona cmss uuuer tiic aci oi ton- to the people of St. Johns who knew --- t (frees of March 3, 1879. OfflaUl Brwipsptr of Ui City of Bi. John. Adrtrtlalnir ttUn, 11.00 ptr Inch pr month, fob Prlnlim txecaUd In flnt-elsu !. tUllt for Job Pilntlm oih on tttllTerr. Subscription prloo $1,00 per year. The Journal styles this city as "village." This will be the proper title after it becomes n part of Port- laud, but not yet. I The events of the past week illus trate in a striking way the advan tages of Oregon climate. The first was planting of roses in Portland parks on Washington's Birthday, and the second was the Multnomah club swim in the ocean at Gcarhart Inst S...

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. — 3 March 1911

f -f BRASS BED SPECIAL I $45.00 Brass Bed, No. 250 at $36.00 I 35.00 Brass Bed, No. 207 at 27.00 ; 30.00 Brass Bed, No. 267 at 24.00 22.50 Brass Bed, No. 292 at 17.50 18.00 Brass Bed, No. 243 at 14.75 Iron Beds at $2.50 to $20 i We can give you the right prices on Furniture and Ranges and we can give you easy terms. Folding Leather Go-Carts at $6.00 A Good Velour Couch $8.50 $1.00 down $1.00 a week Improved Sewing Machine $20.00 Guaranteed for Ten Years Local News. Elite Millinery Opening Mcli. 8 Go to the Toggery for ladies' nnd mens' furnishings enough said. I'ratiK wy, tue wrestler, tins ac cepted the challenge of Walter Arndt to wrestle, and n match wil he arranged in the near future. W. C. Francis, at one time nrom incntly connected with the St. Johns Lumber Co., greeted old friends in St. Johns during the past week. He is now a resident of California. The moving picture show at the Iilcctric last Saturday was especial ly fine, and those who failed to sec it missed a treat. The...

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. — 3 March 1911

Strong on Westrumite Continued from first pngo. $1.60, macadam nt a lower figure than cither and the property own VVostrumite and It was InM with thnt material. One of lii Inrtrp nroncrtv owners on this street told ns that if Westrumite cost more to lav down it would l rlipntvct In the lone run. We examined miles of Wcstrumil streets and did not find any repairs made from wear or tear, and on lnnnirv nt the cltv cncinccr's office in Uast Chicago and Hammond we fanned that not one dollar had ever been paid for repairs. A their Westrumite streets are in first pins condition today, and not one crack, or flaw, or worn spot to be found. Some of the streets which are paved with Westrumite arc put to severe tests, as one icnus to the stoel plant and five to six-ton londfl arc n common llllllll- Allot" or on which arc located coal yartl and mill products where loads from tlirp In five tons arc hauled from nlaccs. csncciallv the coal yards Also the lamest and best equipped fin. merino house ...

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. — 10 March 1911

Historical Society ST. Johns review IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To iutxcrlbt for THIS Paper AU tfat ntwt wbll II It oiwt U our motto. Call la and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Ot idwtlrinr. In THIS Ppr ndyou'llotTer rtirtllt. De lta at one and kcp rUM at II It Devoted to the- Iuteretti ot the Penlniula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwett VOL. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH io. 1911. NO. 18 V. Y ... IH "fi 15 it', . 4' as ft '4 i ,1 Vote For A Free Ferry A grave responsibility rests upon each and every voter of St. Johns tomorrow. The result will deter" mine whether or not St. Johns will have a free ferry. Is there a man ntnong us with soul so dead and mind so narrow that he will vote the ferry bonds down ? Surely not. Let us show to the public at large, to the legislators of Multnomah county, the senators aud Governor West that we thoroughly appreciate the kindness they have extended to us. No other city, village or ham let in Multnomah county has ever had a like honor bestowed upon it ...

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. — 10 March 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Building Permits Published Ever Friday At 117 Wont Burlington Stroet. Tnn RBVISW Is entered ol jxt office In Saint Johns, Oregon, as mall matter of the oooond class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Offl&lsl Newrpsptr of lb City of St. Jshns. Admitting riUi, $1.00 ptr Inch ptr month. lol Prlntuur leonUd In Arit-oltu siis. tUlls tor Job Prlnllm ctib on delivery, Subscription prlca $1.00 per your. A Public Statement Following is a list of the building permits taken out within the past couple of weeks: No. iv To A. A. Sclirimslicr to erect n store building on Jersey street between John nnd Charleston for A. V. Davis; cost $1350. No. 14 To John Ktnerson to en large building on Mohawk street between Ivnuhoe nnd Greshanij cost $ 1 80. No. 15 To W.M. Iiranchbach lo erect store nnd residence on Jersey between Tacoina nnd Baltimore; cost $2700. No. 16 - To Augusta Rostowsky to erect dwelling on Kdison between t t t it, T iiii mupie nun weyc...

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. — 10 March 1911

.1 4- t f Wt IT A. BRASS BED SPECIAL $45.00 Brass Bed, No. 250 at $36.00 35.00 Brass Bed, No. 207 at 27.00 ! 30.00 Brass Bed, No. 267 at 24.00 22.50 Brass Bed, No. 292 at 17.50 18.00 Brass Bed, No. 243 at 14.75 Iron Beds at $2.50 to $20 1 We can give you the right prices on Furniture and Ranges and we can give you easy terms. Folding Leather Go-Carts at $6.00 A Good Velour Couch $8,50 $1.00 down $1.00 a week Improved Sewing Machine $20.00 Guaranteed, for Ten Years Three Stores Three Stores Chief 'Mmri HOME FURNISHERS OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Is Your Kitchen Equipped Willi An ELECTRIC STEEL RANGE Have you investigated our new rate for Electric Cooking? THREE CENTS per KILOWATT HOUR. Mrs. Hawlc'y will demonstrate Electric Bicad Baking, . roiiday, Wednesday and Friday of each week. Cooking lessons daily at 2 p. 111. at the ELECTRIC STORE Portland Railway, Light & Power Company 7th aud Alder Street COAL! WOOD Welsh Anthracite Rock Springs Mendota Hanaford Mill and Cord wood Long or Short...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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