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chased on Easy Terms
at Qrmandy Bros. Fur
Quartered Oak Library
Table, Top is 26x42, the
Legs are 2lA inch square,
Table has pocket for books
and magazines on each end.
This Table is full Quarter
ed Oak, Wax Finished
Portable Electric Lamps for Library
Tables, Priced from $16.00 to $28.50
Leather Rocker at Reduced
$M-50 Craflman Rocker, Special.
S17.C0 " " " .
72 CO Leather
$77.75 " "
Push Button Easy Chairs
$37.50 Imitation Leather
$G2.50 Genuine "
Chairs; Special.... $31 50
" $33 50
" 50 00
Oregon Cedar Chests Priced $10.25 to $28.50
Tenncsee Cedar Chests Priced $36.75 to $52.50
Your Credit Is Good
Among tne things to be thankful for at this
season is .the downward trend of food prices. We
are all grateful for that.
But the owners of the Grabateria are par
ticularly thankful for the handsome business it has
done all thru .this year.
It is to our many patrons we wish to ex
press our appreciation for their patronage and
good will that has enabled us to be a factor in the
Fife of the best locality in the City of Portland.
So we extend to you all our best wishes for
a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Scales & Currier,
RECORDS 40c, RECORDS 40c, RECORDS 40c
Closing out all Columbia Records including the Late Records $1.00, $1.25
aud up. All go for 40c each, Sold only in Packages of 5 Records for $2.00 while
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
5 The Proscription Store
I A. D. S., SANTOX AND DR. HOBSON REMEDIES
PHONE COLUMBIA 138
A Merry Christinas lo till our
Tuesday was the shortest day
of the year.
Do your Christinas shopping
in St. Johns.
Some beautiful decorations
are presented in the display
...!. II ..P l'l Tl
wmuuws m ai. duniis.
Owen & Pratt have purchased
the Hassi uroccry store at the
corner of Polk and Jersey
Mr. Hord lias disposed or his
residence at the corner of I vim
hoe and Mohawk streets and
has gone to Corvallis.
The St. Johns Cash Mavket
has undergone some attractive
alterations and improvements,
and presents a most pleasing
and inviting appearance.
A miniature manger of Deth
lehem has been loaned the St.
Johns library for Christmas
week. Take the children to sec
this beautiful cicche of the
Hesides the remilar Thursday
niuht dances the Knluhls of
Pythias will give a dance Christ
mas night and also on New
Year's niulit. Lovers of danc
ing should not fail to make a
note of this.
Congregational church, pas
tor. Hev. J. W. Threllall:
Christmas Sunday exercises
Sunday, school, 10 to 11; serv
ice, II lo VI, subject, "A Uirisl-
tiau Christmas." In the even
ing at 7:30 members of (he Con
gregational choir will give a
Christmas sacred concert.
Mrs. I). L. Ouden and dauuh-
ler, Miss Ernestine Ogdcn, left
for their, home in Council
Bluffs, Iowa, after an extended
stay in St. Johns. Mrs. Ogdcn
is the mother or Mrs. JJ. A.
Olson, Mrs. F. S. Merrill. Mrs.
H. H. Coales and Mrs. A. Knrgns
of Ihls city
J. IS. Paugboru aud family
have decided lo make Mcdford,
Oregon, their permanent home,
and last week sold their prop
erly here. Mrs. Pangborn and
children have been in Mcdrord
for (he past couple of months,
ami where her health has vast
Win. Pelerson of White Sal
mon, Wash,, and well known to
a number of people here, where
he worked during the sbipbuild
inu activity, died at (he Van
couver hospital December lf(h.
He was well liked by all who
knew him. Paralysis was (he
cause of his death.
The Episcopal Christmas
service will be held Saturday
mornini! at 1) o'clock at Hick-
ner's hall, aud will consist of
the celebration of the Holy
Communion aud a sermon by
(he vicar, the Hev. John D. nice.
The Children's Christinas serv
ice and entertainment will be
held Sunday afternoon at the
hall at !J o'clock. To this serv
ice both young aud old are in
vited. Samuel Wickwire of 13,1 East
Buchanan street died December
13th of heart trouble. He was
born in Homney, Ontario, Can
ada, in 1800, aud had resided in
St. Johns lor the past three"
years. He is survived by Ids
widow and one son, Henry
Wickwire. The funeral took
place December 15th at 3 p. in.
from Miller & Tracey's under
taking parlors. Interment in
Hose City cemetery.
Doric lodcc No. 132. A. F.
and A. M., elected and installed
officers Wednesday as follows:
John M. Hlair, W. M.; Hoss
Walker, S. W.: Arch L. Smock,
J. W.; F. P. Drinker, (reasurer;
A. W. Davis, secretary; C. 13.
Hussell, S. u,', Walter 5. Ur
mandy. J. D.: Dean II. Knowks,
S. S.; K. P. Borden, J. S.; Hoy
H. Knowles, Mar.; oeorge H.
Lemon, lyler, and Handolph
Graden, chaplain. During the
past year the membership has
been increased sixty.
Christine Toole died at her
home, 1122 N. Central Ave., St.
Johns, Portland, Oregon, Sun
day morning, December 19,
1020, at 11 o'clock, after an
illness of two months. She was
a student of the James John
high school. She was the
youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. M. Toole of this city,
being 10 years old. She is sur
vived by mother and father and
the following brothers: Thorn
ton, Charles and Nicolle of this
city, Joseph of Klamath Falls,
Ore., Clarence of Lakeview,
Ore., and the following sisters:
Althea of this city, Mrs. Chas.
Celmer of Sas Francisco, Cal.,
Nellie of Summer Lake, Ore.,
Anna of Myrtle Creek, Ore.
The funeral services will be
held from the St. Johns Under
taking parlors Thursday after
noon, December 26, at l:oU
H. E. Mclnlire is able to be
about again after having his leg
severely burned about six weeks
Verne Mackey had the mis
fortune to sprain his neck quite
severely while at play last Sat
urday. The sewing, gymnasium and
millinery classes at (he Y. W.
C. A. have been postponed until
after the holidays.
Miss Arline Shaw is home
from school at Seattle for the
holidays. Her mother, Mrs. J.
M. Shaw, went lo Seattle the
latter part of last week and ac
companied her home.
Program for the Christmas
concert given by Ihe choir of
the Congregational church Sun
day evening, January 2, at 7:30
o'clock: The Herald Angels,
choir; Oh Gift of God. duet,
Mrs. W. W. Hoger and Mrs.
Threirall; The I loft City, violin,
Mr. John Oliver; Who Is This
That Cometh? choir; Lord of
My Light, Mr. Harry Fassetl;
It Came Upon the Midnight
Clear, choir; An Old Fashioned
Christmas Carol. Mrs, Gabriel
Pullin; I Will Praise Thee, O
The Loyal Order of Moose
had an enjoyable time al their
Christmas tree enterlainmeul
Monday evening. Judge Mor
row and J. 15. Dunn of Portland
made interesting addresses on
Moosehearl. There were more
than 200 in attendance and Ihe
hall was finely decorated for
the occasion. The Christinas
tree was a fine large one and
was loaded to capacity with
presents for Ihe youngsters,
After the entertainment danc
ing was indulged in.
Christina Sciences services for
Sunday: Christina Science.
Mm. Harry Seth of I.ewlstowu,
Mont., is visiting la-'r sister, Vennu
LoiiRstnff, 021 N. Hudson.
Knock- Coupe arrived nt tlielionie
of his brother, Thomns, yesterday
from Massachusetts and' will make
his home here.
Mrs. Willis Moxou who has been
quite 111 for several weeks at her
home, 4GG Rosclawn avenue, is im
The Hattle Maid of the King
dom of the M. K. church arc busy
firacticing a tableaux they arc giv
ug at the church Christinas eve.
The paper is given over to Xnms
matter in large degree this week.
After the first of the year we arc
planning to make the Review n
better newspaper. '
R. McCurter has opened up The
Little Fish Market at 1 18 Philadel
phia street, will handle fresh and
salt fish of all kinds. Compare his
prices with the Yamhill markets.
Mrs, Frank A. Rice announces a
demonstration of the Dunning Sys
tem of Improved Music Study nt
her studio, 412 S. Juli.son street.
Wcdnesduy evening, Dec. 20th. the
children from 5 to 10 years will
demonstrate, and Thursday even
ing from 10 years and older. Kvv
erybody interested cordially invited,
When the assistants at the Pen
insula National Dank gathered
around the big and handsomely em
bellished Christmas tree at that in
stitution Wednesday morning they
were preseuted with very substan
tial bonuses as well us other gifts,
S. L. Dobie made an ideal Santa
Mrs, S. W. Durham, who for the
past couple of years has been man
ager of the industrial service de
partment of the Peninsula National
Iiank, has accepted a position as
associate editor of the Pacific Dank
er and has gone to San Francisco
to take charge of her new position,
She will no doubt make good In
her new work, for which she is
William Henry Wirth was born
in Kansas July 7th, 1898, and died
at Kalama, Wash., Dec. 12, 1020,
at the age of 22 years, five mouths
and five days. He with his parents
came to Portland in 1007 and made
his home here In the St. Johns dis
trict until last spring when the fam
ily moved to Kalama, With the
coming of the death angel release
came to a brave and suffering spir
it. For more than two years he
had suffered from an incurable mal
ady. All that loyal hands could
do or loyal hearts could prompt was
done for him, but without avail;
slowly but surely he failed. The
sorrow of tne period of his illness
will be softened for his friends and
loved ones by the memory of the
brave spirit with which he met
each day, and the sadness of part
ing will be somewhat relieved by
by the memory of the faith In
which he went down into the val
ley of the shadow. He will be
missed by a host of .friends. The
St. Jobni Christian church espe
cially, of which he was a member.
will miss him from the usual gath
ering oi the young people of the
W. W. ROGKRS
Till? RAINCOAT MAN
Merry Xmas. HOGEHS.
HOGI5HS is open evenings.
Gel his present early.
Export nurse will take cases in
her home, reasonable, quiet, and
refined. Phone Columbia 1314.
Dolls at Foy'a Fair Store.
BOYS' SUITS 0.50.- HOG-
BARGAIN. New two story
house, modern in overy way.
streets improved and paid, two
blocks to car line, Catholic
church and school, on main busi
ness street of St. Johns; $3500,
$1500 down, $25 month includ
ing interest, and will take mort
gage. 1108 South Jersoy street.
$0.00 Corduroy Pants $1.85.
Toys at Foy'a Fair Store.
WOHK BHFHCHHS $1.0.").
HOGI2HS. Salmon 22c lb at The Little Fish
Market, 118 Philadelphia street.
Who sells a good Sock for
2oc between Ihe picture show
and undertaking parlor?
For Rent- Modern 0 room house,
V,l acres of ground. Inquire at
1215 IS. Charleston street.
WAHM UNDKHWF.AH Unit
won't rip nor lour. HOGKHS.
Toys at Foy'a Fair Store.
Wool Swealer Vests $5.00
a useful Gin. HOGKHS.
Dolls at Foy'H Fair Store.
Xmas Callers aud Arm
Halibut 25c lb. at thctl.ittle Fish
Market, 118 Philadelphia street.
HUHHKH bonis, coals, shoes,
hals- everything lo keep you
Dolls at Foy's Fair Store.
Flannel Shirts at Heduced
Prices. - HOGKHS.
Best Buy in St. Johns -100x-
100 with 3 room houso, coops for
200 chickens, 14 fruit. 4 HnuliHli
walnut trees, price $1300. $800
cash.-G21 K. Polk street. 3t
Navy Recruiting: station, open
day and night lor two, thrco and
four years snlistments. At
Oontral Hotel, St. Johns. 7
Overalls $1.05. HOGKHS.
HUHKHS for everybody.
Typewriter paper at this
Bring in your news items.
Practical nurse desires work.
Call 1 130 S. Seneca slreel.
Kl'M-A-PAHT Curr Links,
Slick Pins. HOGKHS.
Toys at Foy's Fair Store.
Wool Underwear al -greatly:
reduced prices. HOGKHS.
hTCffl . 11.'
GIVE YOUR WIFE AH ELECTRIC SERVANT
Gifts that make a Merry Christmas
Last the Whole Year Through
"THE WASH KOSH"
Ileatitiful Cabinet Model all Metal,
Finished in Hard White Hnamel,
Rigid Frame, no Vibration, Noise
less. The Tub of Pure Copper,
8oll On ISittty TuniiH
TlIH SKRVICHS OI' THK
are held every Suuday at 3 P.M.
In Blckner Hall
Sunday School at 2 p. m,
Christmas Service .Saturday 0 a, m,
Celebration of the Holy Communion.
Children'! Service Sunday a l 11,
JOHN I). RICH, Vicar
Dr. L. F. Pickens
Office Hours 8 to 12 A. M. 1 to 6 I'. M.
Kvenliigi 7 to 9
Penluiuta Dank Wilt;.
Office Phone Columbia I iB3
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fotsljcs for n fiery crru
j Xmixz mxb n $jappy
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Member Federal Reserve System 6
Sensible Xmas Gifts
At this time we desire to suggest a few Christmas
gifts that will not fade or wear out. You are cordially in
vited to call and see how many splendid gifts can be
bought hero on easy torms.
That easy chair for father. ,
The set of new dishes for mother.
A smoking stand for the bit; brother.
Ivory dresslnK table or writing desk for sister.
A coaster wagon for the little brother.
A locking chair for the little sister, to be her very own.
We even have n doll for the baby.
Ask any one who ever bought merchandise at this
store. We actually sell for loss and try to give all we can
for what we get not get all wo can for what we give.
ST. JOHNS FURNITURE CO.
206-208-210 W. Philadelphia Street
Opp. Fire Station Let's Trade Celumbla 821
Hotter" service and lower prices exchanged for your patronage.
Christmas Gifts for
All the Family can
be found Here
Gifts that are Useful and
COME IN TODAY AND PROFIT BY THESE TIMELY SPECIALS
Reg. $1.25 Nafdssus Bulb with Fancy Vase, Spec 98c
.$6.50 Aluminum Tea Kettle. Special $5.38
4.25 No, 9 Copper Nickel Plated Tea Kettle, Spe. 3.58
4.00 Oval Sell Basting Granite Roaster, Spec, 3.28
4.00 Fish Blltjusl 111 IMtg (or the Kiddles, Spo. 2.98
3.50 Comet Auto Gars, Special 2.50
75c Doll Lawn Swings, Special 40c
4.00 I p. Nickel Plated Yaccum Bottle, Special 2.98
25c Boomerangs, Special 20c
50c - . 40c
Very Choice St, Anderberg Rpllers Canary Birds, Willi Cage $20.00
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
St. Johns Hardware Co.
THIS M'INCIlliaTJSK STOK13
St. Johns Fair Store
Highest Quality and Lowest Prices
Toys a Specialty
207 N. Jersey St. Phont Col.889
Dr. Frank N. Sandifur
Muscular Deficiencies Corrected
Glosses Scientifically Fitted to Kyea
KepUclug of broken leiuci ami repair
work promptly Ukeu curt of.
SUITE 514 SELLING BLDG.
Phone Main 5075 Portlaud, Ore.