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Mahogany, Queen Anno Style $31.00
Mahogany, Davenport Table $29.75
Fumed Oak, Jacobean stylo $27.75
Quartered Oak, Size of Top 26x42 $19.75
Quartered Oak, Size of Top 26x42 $26.25
Quartered Oak, Size of Top 26x42. ....... .$28.00
Quartered Oak, Size of Top 28x44 $2975
Quartered Oak, Size of Top 26x42 $32.25
Quartered Oak, Size of Top 30x48 $35.00
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Tho midiummor sooflon is hero nnd with it plenty of flnp
frulta and vegetable. .Wntormolona aro at thoir best now
and only 2o por pound. Cantaloupes aro good and very
cheap, Ooasobas and Ico Oream Melons aro also in abund
anco. In Vegetabloa, Boll Poppors, Effg Plants, Summor Squash
and Or con Corn aro all in now. Fresh Tomatoes aro coming
down in prico and it will soon bo timo to can thorn.
Picnlo Lunches aro tho popular thing now and wo havo most
everything in that lino, All kinds of canned meats for sand,
wiohes; many kinds of choose; cookies and wafors of many
sorts; Summer drinks of all kinds and pickles, Wo also havo
paper napkins, paper plates and baskots.
The Grabateria Grocery
COUCH & CURRIER, Inc.
"Del Monte Canned Goods Fishers Blend Hour
Gassers Specials This Week
Peach Plums, Logan Berry Juice
Hade at our farm this weok. Wo will soil it in gallon lota,
Bring your own jug. Wo want to buy Plums, Pears and
Prunes; any amount; also Blackberries.
GASSER EXPR ESS
103 W Aha Street or rhonc Office Umpire 392. Residence Col. 377
VlUQoer the World
Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Groceries
Iff you And it expensive to eat, then buy
your Groceries From Us.
The savings on a single article may be
small but at the end of the month you
will realize dollars. Let us pay you from
10 per cent to 20 per cent on your money.
The Following Specials are for
10 Peunds PURE CANE
and BERRY SUGAR....
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER
Seeded MUSCAT RAISINS
Z0 North Jersey Street
ih a .
EXPERT KODAK FINISHING AND ENLARGING
FOR QUICK SERVICE TAKE YOUR FILMS TO
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
The Prescription Store
A. D. S SANTOX AND DR. HOBSON REMEDIES. DR. HESS POULTRY PANACEA, ALL SIZES
105 NORTH JERSEY STREET PHONE COLUMBIA 138
Rev. W. E. Kloster, pastor of
the Pioneer M. E. church, wns u
recent visitor at Rocknwnj.
S. h. Dobic o tho Peninsula
National Bank has been spending
his vacation at Cannon Benclw
Miss Opal Wcimor will teach
physical education in the Centra
lin high school the coining Fall
The W. C. T. U. will meet at
the Library Monday, August 7th,
at 2 p. m. All members aro urg
ed to attend.
Miss Valkyrin Larson nnd Mrs.
Hnttie S. Poppleton motored to
Salem, Albany and Corvnlhs for
the week end.
Christian Scicnco: Sunday
morning services nt 11:00: wed
nesd ay evening nt 8:00 nt '103
Mrs. J. N. Harney nnd daughter
Mary recently returned from an
hastcrn trip, stopping in Ncbrns
ka, Iowa and Illinois.
"The more wo criticise short
skirts tho shorter they become."
I never thought of that," said
Pot, "let's keep on knockin'
tlium. ' Kx.
The increase in tho prico of
gasoline may merely be designed
to prevent motorists from spend
ing their money foolishly in nth
cr ways. Ex.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Martin of
hldorndo, Kansas, were recent
guests nt home of Mr. and Mrs
I. It. Weinier. They were en
route to California.
Tj. J. Wright, who hud been at
riie Dalles assisting the state
tanking department, has return
ed to his old position nt the Pen
insula National Hank.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ferris Swisher of
loscburg nnd Dr. Keith Swisher
of Pendleton were St. JoIiiib visi
tors Inst week. Tlioy were form-
r residents of this pltiec.
Mrs. Fred Lutz nnd Miss Mnr-
gnrct Timin of Hay City, Mich.,
sister nnd neice of Mrs. J. E. I lit
er, who have been visiting her
the past two months.loft Wednes
day night for llnndon, Oregon,
nnd Jjoh Angeles, Int., to spend
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Clark nnd
linby, nephew of II. F. Clnrlc the
uruituro Mnn, just nrnved in
'orllnnd from Now York city
i hoy enmo vin Henry Ford, cov
ering nlmost 0,000 miles. Ho is
planning on settling down in
'ortlnnd nnd buying n homo in
An unusual sight may ho soon
nt tho homo of Mrs. M. P. Oroon,
810 North Smith avenue. It is
n combination of npplo tree, Ti
condom blackberry vino nnd
climbing bonus, nil twined in tho
reo and way up in the brauelu-s.
t presents a most unique appear
ance nnd is attracting lots of at
tention. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Day nnd L.
N. BcHinger havo roturnod from
Seaside, where they hnd been
enjoying tho sen breezes for tho
nst week. Miss Mnrguorite flnl-
ven ncompanicd them home, Mr.
Hellinger enjoyed his first aero-
plane ride while nt Seaside and
itiiiuo a comploto circuit of tlio
benches 2000 feet in the nir. He
says tho experience is simply im-
menso and well worth the prico.
Announcement of tho arrival of
twin boys, J.Vinton nnd William
iownrd, to Dr. nnd Airs. J. V.
Scott of 63G Avenue Jnffre, of
Shanghai, China, June 5th, 1922,
ins been received by friends in
the city. Dr. Scott will bo re
membored ns n populnr dentist
icre at one time. The Review ns
well as the many friends extend
to this estimable couple heartiest
They met nt a dance. He was
tall nnd stalwart, and sho oh,
so sweet. After the seventh
dance with his chnrmer tho
young fellow stopped suddenly
and glanced around suspiciously.
'It's funny, Mabel! ' he said.
'See that glum looking chap ov
er there. He's been following us
about all tho time. Who is he,
and what is he ufterl" "Who?
hat miserable looking, half
starved fellow in the spotted red
tie I" remarked Mabel casually.
'Don't worry about him; ho s
only the fellow that paid for me
to come in." Ex.
Safety First I You'll never lose
them hi ROGERS' 50c Suspen
An Egyptian mummy with bob
bed hair has been dug up.
Miss Elizabeth Caplcs has re
turned from California after on
extended visit there.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, M. Plnir nnd
son Jnek arc spending a couple
of weeks nt Hockaway Peach,
Rose Temple, Pythian Sisters,
will meet Tuesday at Sister
Swift's, nt 1123 Oswego strcot.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. W. Imboden
have returned from n most en
joynble fivo weeks' sojourn in
California and Mexico.
Rev. Nourse nnd family arc on
joying their vncntion about forty
miles from Newport, nnd will go
o the bench in n few dnys.
John Heavers. Mrs. Meruit Hon.
vers and Miss Margaret Murdoch
nre spending their vncntion in
the mountains nt. Cougar, WiihJi.,
hiking it there from Yaeolt.
Fashionable churches which
have installed pretty women to
take ui the collections renort not
only an increased male attend
anoe but a nor cunita rise in the
size of the coins collected. Kx.
The Heginners' Department of
the Christian church was delight
fully entertained at the home of
Francos Not. Tuesday afternoon,
August 1st. (lames were played
and delicious refreshments were
Dr. H. F. IIussou of Portland
and formerly of Idaho, has pur
chased tho dental business and
equipment of Dr. Pickens in the
Peninsula Hank building nnd has
taken possession, He is moving
to St. .Johns.
Dolly Madison Tent No. 0 will
hold a social evening nnd general
good timo Friday evening, Aug.
its. Come nnd wear your kid
klosc and have a jolly time. Re
freshments will bo served. All arc
Dr. Frank Sniidifiir has scores
of natients in St. .IoIiiim who will
gladly testify to his ability to re
lievo eyesight troubles. Hriug
yours to him and gut relief. Of
fice, llniihum-Currior building;
phone Empire 0370.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stewart,
Mrs. (1. S. Manning and Miss
Maxine I try on just returned from
a ten days' outing nt Hnppy
Camp at Notnrt. They had a very
ileasant time, but lounil tho
weather rather chilly nt times.
North Jersey street underwent
some repairs lust wook when the
chunk holes were filled in nnd
made much more passable. Tho
city commissioners have the
thanks of the traveling public
for having this work done. It
was surely noeded.
Mr. nnd Mrs, G. S. Mnnuing
ind a very pleasant trip to Ocean
Park with their son, Dr. W. G.
Mnnning of Hond. Dr. Mnnning
ins taken a cottage at the beach
for n month nnd his wife nnd lit
tle daughter nre there now. The
Dr. lias roturnod to Hend, but
will come back later and spend
some time with his family.
Nturo has effected n romarka-
do last hour rescue in the ease of
an English school girl, who.when
nt the point of death, eoughed up
n brass nail swallowed two and a
mlf yenrs ago. Tho nail, which
lad turned black and was so
rotten that it broke into pieces,
tad penetrated her lung, and she
iccame a patient nt the Royal
Gwont hospital, Newport, Mon
mouthshire, hngJand, where sev
eral doctors treated her for tu-
jcrculosis. Her condition during
that timo wns more than once re
garded as hopeless. It is now
expected that slie will recover.
The 50.000 irallon oil tank at
Municipal Terminal No. 4 leased
by the Public Dock Commission
from the Union Pacific System
may bo sub-leased to thu General
'otroloum Corporation, which is
anxious to obtain a footing in
this city. The oil comnanv do-
sires the tank for furnishing oil
for stoamfihins in this nort and
if the deal is consummated, the
company will build several addi
tional small tanks on 1'ier No, D
through which the oil will be
measured to vessels. A confer
ence with tho interested parties
will he hold some time this week.
Going Bass Fishing ! Get one
of those famous Tandem Spinners
at the St. Johns Hardware Co.
W. W. ROGERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
The Big Load Man, Empire 1133.
Nifty Cloxon Men's Dress Sox
Twelve Inch Inside Mill Wood and
Planer Trimmings. Empire 1133.
Practical nurso with references
wants work. Phone Empire 0710.
"Better Wood" Gol. 258.
Our coatlcss Suspenders make
tat man look slender ROGERS
COW FOR SALE Half Jorsov
nan lioistotn, gentle, (rives o oral.
Am goniff away. .1027 Oswego.
Cord Wood, old growth, Emplro
Men's Solid Leather Dress
Shoes $-1.95 ROGERS.
Planer Wood; your credit is
good; Empire 1133.
My chilly H. V. D.s arc cut off
nt the knees ROGERS.
Typewriter ribbons for Bnlo nt
this oflicc Oliver, Underwood,
siiuui nnd Remington. Each
75 cents. You can do belter nnd
moro presentable work with n
Summor rates, Planer Wood;
.la.. Caps 10 cents ROGERS'
Lot on Jersey street to trade
for auto. Couch & Hiirsou.
Mrs. Vinson doos hemstitch-
ing nt 528 South Ivnnlioo; phono
uoiummn iuii. tf
Typewriter ribbons for snlo at
this oflloo; 75c each.
Kale plants for sale, 5c a doz
en. 711 S. Crawford St.; Em
piro 0871). 2t
Good Hoys' Stockings
Glass Tumblers, nil you wnnt, 5
cents eneh. ICasnieycr's Variety
Store, the store witli the Red
For Sale On account of sick
ncss will sell grocery nnd confec
tionery Btoro nt 203 N. Jersey St.
Light Weight Tennis Shoes at
cost ROGERS' Clearance Sale.
Bottcr Wood, Empiro 1133.
".liggs" in town I Get one of
those fifty cent Rolling Pius at
St. .Johns Hardware Co. Itargain
price 25 cents.
Couch & Unison handles first
class Cord Wood. Will bo glnd
to quote you. -11
Why aro you paying renU
thr wing money uwiiyf I havo a
house 1 can sell to yon cheaper
than you are paying rent. Look
mo up; I will explain to you.
Amizieh, 300 N. Jersey.
Wo haven't got THE ONLY
Pure 1'ciiiiHylvniiiii Oil, but we
have one of them Wnverly. For
12 yearn one of the host. 'Weeks
6 Wright Garage, 105 West
For Sale II room house, furn
ished, on hard surface street, $1,
250; terms. Rico & Tate, 107 N.
Jersey street ; phono Em. 0887.
For that picnic we have nap.
kins both plain and fancy. Wax
lunch paper 7 rolls, for 25c. Ivns
moyer's Variety Store.
18 ncros 1 mile from city limits
to sell or trade for St. Johns
proporty. Couch & Hurson, 205i
N, Jersey street.
Lot 50x100 facing East on Jer
sey street, stroct graded and con
crete sidewalk, all paid for. Will
sacrifice for $375 if sold before
tho lOtli of August. See owner
at 300 N. Jersey.
Wigglo your toes
hi ROGERS' Hose.
For Salo-Hrown reed baby
sulky, baby basket 011 wheels, 9
xl2 Hrussels rug. Call 200 North
Very attractive house boat of
7 roonw for only $100; in good
condition. See Rice & Tate, 107
N. Jersey; Empire 0887.
Two choice lots on Leonard St.,
sidewalks in and paid, at about
half price. See Couch & Hursou,
2Q.5VL' N. Jersey street.
New house for sale on Oswego
street; double constructed, five
rooms, modern; easy terms; $.)00
down, $25 per month. Price $3,
500. Call nt 709 W. Mohawk. 2t
Garage for Rent $3.00 per
month. Inquire 032 N. Ivanhoe;
Collar Buttons, Arm Hands,
everything from soup to nuts
We aro the distributors for the
new Mac-Dry Hatterios for tho
St. Johns district the Hattory
that needs no attention, no water,
no insulators. Uiiarauteed tor .!
years. IM us tell you noout it.
Weeks & Wright Oarago, 105 W.
What Would You Do
If You Had $1,000 in "Cold Cash"
No doubt you hnvc said to yourself many limes "If I only
hnd n thousand dollars I could do so-and-so." Arc you tiny
nearer that goal today than you were yesterday?
Why not begin now to accumulate Hint thousand dollars by
starting a savings account at thcPeninsuln National Bank''
Don't wait until you havo a certain sum in hand you may
open an account hero as low nsOno Dollar.
It is systcmntic saving that counts. If you will deposit $5
each week in our Savings Department, you will hnvc n bal
ance of $203.78 at tho end of the first year, and $1,101.01 in
Wc pay 3 per cent interest on Savings, compounded twice 11
year. This means that we hnvc paid our depositors many
dollars in interest.
Remember All savings doposits made on or before tho 5th
of tho month will cam interest from tho 1st.
Join our largo list of depositors today and begin to vcnlixo
your life's greatest ambition.
Peninsula National Bank
COURTESY, SERVICE, SECURITY
MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
Take advantage of our weekly specials, a great
number do watch the paper every week and
Worth $1.75, 2 Qt. Alum- no
inum Double Boiler, Spe. - p'"0
Worth 50c, "Jiggs" Rolling rn
Pin Special - -
14 Quart Aluminum Dish
St. JOHNS HARDWARE CO.
n.inlon Tnnlc I awn Mmvprc. Krrppn llnnrc
DASHER'S EXPRESS BUHI-
NESS FOR SALE.
Can guarantee any one plenty
of business. We have too miieh
fruit to handle so we iiiiihI let go
of our transfer business. Buyer
can have otllco here with us,
thereby malting cheap rent and
'heap phone, Consists of I trail
on truck with furniture body
cab and top, and other goods
that go with busiiiuMH. Will take
ouriiig car tit exchange, he im
at 108 W. Alta street. I'rieo rea
1 have a six room bungalow,
modern, nil on one floor with
sewer in, iruit trees ami nor-
ios, close in: all this for $2000.
fake lot for pari of Hint pay
ment, balance $20 per month.
(J nil) this bargain: you will make
money, Ainizich Iihh tin In r-
gaiu at 000 N. Jciucy.
For Kent Three room furnish-
ed house, hot and cold wnter.elw!-
trio lights. 711 rt rriueeton.
Kor Sale Nino hens and one
rooster, thoroughbred O. A. ('.
Jarred KocUs. fall 7 Mi Soiilli
Cdisou street. -t
If you want to keep healthy us
Sxtrn Virgin Itnlian Olivo Oil.
'or sale at St. Johns Avenue (Jro
ery, corner North Jersey St.
For Snlo Cheap Kuuity in fi
room house, on good pavement.
Call 102 S. Hdison. 28tf
For Kent Four room unfur
nished flat, $18 per mouth; water
and light included. Call 0:i;i H.
Tyler street; Umpire l.VJfl.
You will save time nnd money
at Kasmeyer's Variety Store, as
we have the variety and lowest
Furniture for sale cheap Huf-
fet, kitchen cabinet, rugs, chaii,
etc. l'hono Umpire ()!)78,
For Sale by Owner Fivo room
modern home on good street,
lose in. 721 Oswego street. -12
Wring your Chevrolet repairing
to u Chevrolet man. Two years'
service, foreman for tho Fields'
.Motor Car Co. Chevrolet parte
ml accessories. Weeks &
Do you have a good ear to turn
111 on a good bungalow Y Uwl
my in St. Johns ' of this kind.
mizioh will give you a good
eal. See him at !)0(i N. Jersey,
AVanted to rent by August 20th,
a 0 or 7 room modern house in
St, Johns. Address 100 N, Jersey.
Ah u pedestrian, of whieh rap
idly decreasing specie tbcro nre
still a few lefi you are about to
crow a main city lliorounltfiira.
Street cum rosr and jangle t
you, great high powered mm
threaten you with destruction '
and liltlo lliver with atliMHtJo
whecxes intimidate your cringing '
moiiI. You look to thw right, tu
thu left, up, down and behind.
You make a midden iIhnIi through
dunger or Mick Mtfely buck oh -tho
starting side. All of whicJi ix
uuiiectiKary and foolwh, for
whatever street you aru about In
cross, from whatever direction
you come, you havo but onw way
to look HK yoU Mt'H Mlntut to Up
oil' tho curbto thu left. From
that wide only can danger ap
proach until you nre half wy
aeroHN tli street, when it comas
from the othur side. Try "look
ing to the left " thu next tiiuu yfttt
MI'O Nbollt to OHM H UfOWiWl
street ami ce how uiwy it hi
come, oven in thu most duuse
trallle. "Iook to the heft" Ihh
fore you crow should bu adopUxl
hn a itlogHU for pedoatrlnius.
Follow tho crowd to 105 Wwl
I.eavitt street for your auto rth
pair. OiiMruiitecd work nt n
guaranteed price. Weukn- 1
Wright Oarnge. IO.'i W. LttvitU f
For Snlu, nt 020 Calhoun, by
owner, new modern houau, living
room, bed room, built-in DuUh '
kitchen, dining alcove with built
in china closet, complete Imtli
room, cumcut walks nnd Nteps; U
50x100 foot lots, lovul with sid.
walk, A dandy place for con
pie wishing to keep cow or
chickens; $2200, terms. Cujl
Col. 1001, or write Mr. Ufiy
Crouohley, 920 N. Central Ave,
The "Sibloeo Pipeles Fur
nace" is low in height, umking
them practical for any hiueiueut;
square ouUido oastiugti, Ukitlf
up the least room of any furnace
011 the market, and above all ru
very economical in fuel con
sumption, giving you 05 per
cent of the heat that usually
goes up the chimney . Install on
now, Alux. S. Scales, Aguut;
phone Umpiro 1226.
Well ctitnhlishtMl restaurant fos .1
sale, good locution; cltuap for
cash, or will trndu for equity in
house nnd lot. Must leave on av
count of sickness. See ltice &
Tnte.Kmpirc 0SH7 ; 107 N. Jorsoy,