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W. JOWER
GIFTS
Men 'a Leather Billfolds Bedspreads
8Dc, $1.B0 $4.50, $3.50, $2.50
Ash Trays $1.25, $1.50 Aprons $2.25, $2.00
Women's Oapo Glovcs..$2.50
Men's Slippers
$3.25, $2.50, $1.75 Beaded and Embroidered
Orepo Blouses
Men's Bathrobes $0.05, $0.25, $5.50
$5.50, $7.75
Women's Felt Slippers
Heather Hose.. 50c, GOo, 75c $1.75, $1.05, $1.05
Silk Hoso 75c, 50c
Nccktica..$1.50, 00c, 75c, 50c Boxed Handkerchiefs
$1.15, $1.00, 75o, 50c
Shirts
Silk $4.75 Games 25o
Broadcloth $3.50 Dolls 35c to $2.50
Silk Stripod . .$2.05, ,$2.25 Sulkoy $1.26
Mudrn.4 iinil Pop Guns 25c
J'ercak-H .. . .$1.85, $1.50
Leather Handbags .. $2.95
Damask Tablecloth Silk Umbrellas $0.50, $7.00
$2.75, $1.50 Boudoir Caps $1.25, $2.25
New Phone Number, Emp. 1818
MO
Christmas Time
XmiiH time in Iiitc, hriiuring with it n fooling of good
fullowHhip to all mankind, wiili thoughts mostly of others
rather Hum oumoIvum, mill l in wol thai it in so; but to givo
other to tho oxlunt of our own bodily ncglm't in folly indeed.
Now, iiioro tliini at any other tiim. we nhoiihl be ablo to
feel well in iiiiml and body but thin in an iiupoHHibilily with a
mouth in an uiiHunilary condition.
WHY NOT SI'UNI) I 'A I IT F THAT XMAS MONHV TO
PKItl-'KCT YOUR OWN HHAII'II !
Come in toay for a FHHH KXA MI NATION. Our prioen
are ho Hiirprisiiily low thnt your own iicciIm oau bo taken euro
of and leavo plenty of means for the wantN of your friends.
DR. It. E. BUIGGS DR. S. B.McOLINTOOK
J. - 3fl I' HKH uxtkactionh
. " with Crown, Bridge
iff and Plato Work.
Tel. Umpire 188!).
MHUHB
Crown, M rid go and
Plato SpooialistN.
Open Evonliigi.
B. & M. Dentists
108'; 8, JtrwySt
NEW CURRIER BUILDING
PAINLESS DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
MO
DuringtheStormyWeather
It is not necessary to use inferior
quality meats
Remember
Our Delivery System Guarantees
you the Best of Quality
and Service
EMPIRE 0021
Morning Delivery Leaves at 10 o'clock
Afternoon Delivery Leaves nt 2:30
ST. JOHNS CASH MARKET
Tne Market of Quality
Market Phono Kuipire0021
103 Noith Jersey M.cet
DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE
BUY YOUR OH1USIMAS GIFTS AT
Square Deal Store
Boya' and Women 'h Kid UuuutleiH at wholenalo prion. . ,05o
Hoys' I'uioit Suits, wont piiu-i-k 05o up to $1.45
Moil's Leather Uoiuie Sliiur, eiy apodal nt ...$1,05
Lfulien' IIouko Slipper 1.25
Children 'a IIoiiho Slippora .m....05o
Ladies' Colored Crepe do Chine llaiidlcorvhiofc 25o
Ladies' Sill; and Wool lloier, $1.85
Ladies' llandUorohiofs, n box 50o
Ladiea' Colored IliuidUorohiofci ,...15o
Ladies' Sweaters $1.05 lUid ?2.U5
Ladies' Heather Hone, pr , G5o
Ladies' Silk Hobo , 75o
Men'H Heather llono 50o
Men'H Ties 50o imd 76o
Men '8 (lood Helta 60o
Men'H All Wool Slip on SwoaUrs 2.05
Mcii'h Rough Nook Sweaters , $4,75
Men'H Cotton Swoators $1.50
Gold Finish Hon Knife and Chain, in liiwc 05o
Hold Finish Pencil and Chain 05o
Hoys' Pullover Swoaturs $1.00
Bovs' Good Corduroy Kniokurs $1.75
Hoys' Dress Knickers 1.25 and $1.60
Hoys' Shoes, all sizes $2.05
SQUARE DEAL STORE
J. SUBOTNICK, Prop
418 N. Jersey Street
THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
H. h. RAY, Krtttor and Publisher
Published Fridayof Each Week
404 N Jersey St, Empire 0321
Subcrlqtl on pflo S1.CO pmr yoar.
Tim Rkvirw Is entered nt pot office
n Portland, Oregon, n ttinf I matter
of the second clnss under the Act of Gon
reenof Mnrch 3, 1879,
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
The police department lias an
nounced its intention to enforce
the law against riding bicycles at
night without lights. At this sea
son of the year when tho streets
are so often wet and oftentimes
frozen it is very dangerous for bi
cycle riders to go without lights.
Automobile are often wrecked in
trying to avoid accidents with bi
cyclists who tempt fate by riding
on the streets with no lights as
warning. It is a good law that
needs rigid enforcement.
If some diseaso were to hit our
country more deadly than small
pox or malaria, drastic men-1
sures would bo taken to control!
it. Automobiles yearly kill morei
Americans than typhoid, malaria!
and small pox combined. What
aro wo doing to curb this great '
slaughter! It is a rare case
whero punishment is meted out
to any one causing such acci
dents. Authorities agree that
nearly all of this loss of life and
limb is preventable, yet tho
slaughter continues.
What wo need during this
coming Christmas season Is more
of tho Christmas spirit and less
of the Cliitimw spirits.
SILVERWARE
$9.00 SET COMMUNITY SILVERWARE $0.75
(C flat handle knives, 0 med. frks)
$19.00 SET COMMUNITY SILVERWARE $15.00
(2(5 pieces Silverware and chest)
$15.00 SET ROGERS SILVERWARE $12.75
(20 pieces Silverware and chest)
42 pe. DINNER SETS $9.00
51 pe. DINNER SETS $14.25
51 pe. DINNER SETS $15.00
51 pe. DINNER SETS $19.75
51 jie. DINNER SETS $21.00
51 pe. DINNER SETS $24.50
Cedar Chests
Library Lamps
Cash
or
Credit
SI
C
Per Week
Miscellaneous Gifts
Leather Covered Footstool $2.00
Ivory Enameled Footstool $3.75
Fiber Reed Footstol $4.35
Fiber Reed Plmc Stand $5.70
Fiber Reed Doll Carts .'. .'; $5.25
Loom Wotou Doll Carts $13.83
Mantel Clooks $8.75
Ovorntuffed Rockers $17.75 to $53.50
Child's Rockers 75o to $7.25
Child's High Chairs $3.85 to $10.60
AH Wool Comforters $10.25 to $10.25
Foathor Pillows, pair t,..,$3.25 to $9.25
Complete Home Furnishers
N. Jersey St.
at
Chicago St.
1 1 A n ri-. l-ffc -11. t Tr-t . T-nt .
Adams, Earl Tormoy, Thurman Hart, Madolino Brown,
Cast of James Jolui operetta.
Leonard Hnrrinrton, Maxwell
Margaret Holbroolc, Ruth Woiss. William Fox. Zoo doro (director). James Tormov. Curtis
Robertson. The play, which is a musical com cdy, was presented last Friday and Saturday
nights and proved a great success. nil
uzbdotidm:
The "Gypsy Rover;" a ro
mantic musical comedy, present
011 Friday ami Saturday
evenings ny (lie lames lohn
uu'li school glee elulw whk
greeted with a well filled house
11 I'riiliiy evening and a eairn-
city house on Saturday evening,
roving I ho iiopularny ot tho
,oiithful fdars who vied with
each other for honors in pre
senting the different characters.
The play centers around Rob
( Earl Toriuey) lost heir to tho
Sir (lilhcrt Estate, who having
icon kidnapped in Ins infancy
his nurse Meg (Kathryu Mo-
hctiiiey) who later became the
TnnnBrtnnmmio
Photograph Compliments of Oregon Journal.
I wire of Mur'o 11 gypsy, (Maxwell ( escaped and affairs right them
'Adams) was rearod among the inches when ho is found to bo the
gypsies believiiiK Meg and Mar loM heir and claims tho hand of
to to he his parents and liiniHolf 1 Ldy Constance.
to be tuie of the gypsy baud,
Meeting Lady Constance (Made
line llniwii) ot the English no
bility riding in the wood 0110
day with her fiancee, Lord Urn
ven, (Leonard Harrington) tho
cliariiinig gyiwy Rob falls do
Other characters who added lifo
to the production were Kara and
Sinfo (Margaret Holbrook and
Kill Fox) gypsy lovers, and
Nina and Captain Jerome (Ruth
Weiss and Thurman Hart) mom-
hers of tho hnglish social act.
f Portland Manufacturing Co. f
-MANUFACTURERS OP-
I Panels, Berry Boxes, Coffee Drums, Ex- $
T " " r- rf n 1 .
ceisior urape doxcs, egg oase mock,
and all kinds of Veneer
FACTORY, FOOT OF RICHAIQND STREET
Qatton Ranch Qairy
Buy Pure Milk Direct From The Farm
The Dairy is under strict supervision of the City
Health Dcpartuieut ami the Cows arc tested
for tuberculosis every six mouths.
Phone Col. 321 fr rcUra
peratcly in love with her and Sir Kraueis McCarklo and Sir
they later plan to elope which Toby Lyon (Leland Moybach
plan w frustrated by Lord Cra
ven who reports the affair to her
father, Sic Martindalo, (Fred
Kohiiuion). Hob U cantured and
The Lariat of thin city make
its how aa a literary monthly, tho
oiilv publication of the kind west
of New York, devoted exclusive-
y to diHciirisiou ami criticism of
iterary inattern. Col. E. Hofer,
newspaper man of many
ears' experience, is editor. The
irst number is out and has all
the earmarks of a Kuooussful
magaxino.
Mrs. Norah MuCaim and il. J.
McCann wore called to Tauoma,
Wash., on account of the death
of Mrs. Mary Ternes, aged 02
,-ears, who died Sunday alter-
noon at that place. She had llv-
m Taeoma for almost Jo years
ami for 'JO yoars was a aealous
hanty workor. Death followed
an illness of 10 days, which was
ontraeted while working on the
ommuiiity chest drive. Mrs.
'ernes was one of the originators
and sponsors of St. Anuo's or
phanage or Taeoma. buc was a
member of tbe Catholic church
and a charter member of tho
atholie Women's Club of Ta
oma. ami tho first of such moni
tors to be lost from tho roll.
tesides her husband she Ls sur-
ived by six sisters, Mrs. Ldward
lenebery. of Kverett, Wash.,
Mrs. Norah McCann of Port-
and, and four sisters and two
trot hers in the east.
placed in prison but afterward, operetta.
Mere is your gardner and laud
senper; he is on tho job again,
lie fcells trees, roses, vines cheap
er than iy one. Amizich ha.s
miule I -'H lawns in St. .Johns. Ho
trims trees, vines, roses. Seo him
in his office ilOli N. Jersey street
and you will get just what you
want. His phone Kmpiro 1562,
f
Men's Hathrobcs $(i.ft0
HOCKIJS.
and James Tormoy) wore Lon
don society mon, and Jack Van
Hooter was a splendid lackoy.
y.oo (lore was director of tho
DR. FRANK SANDIFUR
OARES FOR EYES
EXCLUSIVELY I
Bonkam-Ourrlor Bldg,
Phone Kmp. 1883 Res. Kmp. 1086 '
SHINGLE MILL AND
TIMBER LIMITS TRANSFER
Hoys' Inian Moccasins $l,7fi:
Men's $l,Sf, A fine Xmas gift.
iOUHKS.
OTTUO PLANTS AND FKHNS
PLOIUL DHSIQNS
Did you ever hoar of this kind
of a Christmas present! 0 room
modern bungalow, 1 block of car,
blocks of school, all kind or
fruit, berries and chicken house.
All this for a Christmas present,
only $2000, only $200 cash, bal
auce like rent. The one coming
first will get it, Sec Amlzleh,
ilOli N. .Jersey street,
OARD OP THANKS
We wish to express to our
friends our sincere thanks for
sympathy shown and also for the
beautiful floral tributes at the
time of the loss of our beloved
husband, brother and father.
Mrs. (leo. W. Sollcok,
Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Selleek,
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Skells
and Family.
NOTICE
Tho St. Johns Camp No. 773,
W. 0. AY., will hold its regular
meeting on New Years day. All
members urged to be present.
It. C. CJKEBN, C C.
W. A. TROUT, Clrk.
Xmas Candies
THE BEST AND FRESHEST
SBK (U'iT SUPPLY
BEl'-OKB BUYING
WATCH Ol'lt YlNDOW FOR
SPECIALS
LEWIS CONFECTIONERY
2161, N, Jersey St.
W. T. Hartford & Sons havo
purchased tho G. V, Girt Bhinglo
iiiiii aim uiuoer minis ai ay
gar, Oro and is known to bo the
best stand of cedar in tho state
clear from limbs and knots for
100 feet high. It will tako fivo
years to cut it out, Mr. Hartford
has a gang of men at tho mill and
a family or so, Also he has had
ir bunch of men cutting cord
wood at his camps at North
Plains since Juno and expects to
have several thousand cords of
old growth fir wood seasoned for
next fall's market. Ho is feeding
this winter 25 mouths or so and
tiding them through tho winter,
Auy one in tho market for 100
per cent vortical shingles leave
orders at U14 Central Ave and
Chicago Street,
Whenover you need printing
call the Iloviow office. "Wo can
tako caro of your requirements
and at less price than you will
pny at most shops. A supply of
new job typo enables us to do
neater, better work than ever
b of ore.
Greetings
The spirit of tho Xmas Season
brings appreciation of the liber
al patronage extended to us.
To all our patrons and friends
May your Christmas be merry
and success attend you during
tho coming year.
AMERICAN SHOE SHOP
110 S. Jersey
For Christmas Turkeys
THIS IS THE PLACE TO BUY THEM
If It Is Quality Meats yu want this Is tho market
fer yu to tradt at. Wt carry a full Una mt
Meat, Pish, Poultry
and Oysters
At all times. Came- In ansl a far yaurself. VVa
open at 8 A. M., claca at I P. M. tvtry Way.
Jost Quality Market
113 North Jtrsey Street Phana Empire KS2
UNION MARKET
CENTRAL CASH GROCERY
108 Philadelphia St. W. J. FORSYTHI
Opposite Masanlc Blate. Pttene Empire 1S88
The Stirc tf rerstitl Service
WE DELIVER FREE
TO OUR PATKOHI, TRUNDg AKD 1VIRY ONI, Wl WISH
YOU ON AND ALL TOT OOMPLIWNTJI OP THE 8EA80N
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY flPIOIALS
Calumet Baking Powder, lb...30o
6 oz. Royal Baking
Powder, can ,, ,...20o
12 oz, RoyaI BakinR
Powder, ean 4.0o
Argo Corn and Uiom
Starch, 3 f or , 25c
2Yj size can Peaches, can..,.S0o
24V oz. Pure Jelly, jar ....... S5o
9 lb. ak. Y. C. meal 30o
Del Monto Flour, 49 lb. Bk..$1.05
Oranges, dozen. ,25c, 35c, 45c, GOo
Choice Apples, box ......... fl.00
NUT SPECIAL
1 lb. Mixed Nuts ,25c
1 lb. Soft Shell Kuta 30o
1 lb. Brazil Nuta.,12o; 2 lb....35c
1 lb. Almonds 30c
OANDY SPECIAL
Plain Mixed, lb ..,-.18o
Christmas Mixed, lb. ....... 20c
Jelly Beans, lb ...25c
Peanut Brittle, lb. ..26o
French Bon Sons, lb, 30c
GROCERY SPECIALS
Pineapple, cau.,15, 25, 30, 35, 40c
D. TT. Peas and Corn can... 20a
Good Corn and Peas can.,..12e
Darimade Milk can ..10e
10 lb. Swift's Pure Lard,
pail ..$2.00
Swift's Jewel Compound, lb,..15o
Boild Cider, pint 23c.
WE DO NOT HAVE THE TURKEY BUT HAVE THE
TRIMMINGS
DRY FRUITS
2 pk. 38 ot. Seeded Raisins. . 35c
3 pk. 15 ox. Seedless Raisins.. 60c
1 lb. Cluster Raisins ...... 20o
1 lb. Muscat 16
1 lb. White Pigs 25c
1 lb. Black Figs 20s
1 lb. bulk Dates 16e
CIGARS AND. TOBACCOS
26 or. Prince Albert in glass
Ilumidor, jar ,.,$1.60
16 oz. Velvet and glass
Humidor, jar $1.60
San Feliee Cigars, 25 in
box .4-. ..... ....$1.76
St, Elmo Cigars, 25 in box,, $2.35
San Royal, 25 in box . , . , ;$1.85
Mildman, 25 in box ...... .$3.60
San Felice, 10 in box 75c
D. & W. Special, 25 in box. .$1.16
02 S Jersey St, Phone Emp 0SC0

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