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's Foot Fitter
. Full Calfskin uppers; oak outer soles; oak inner solca;
full length ramp; solo leather toe-boxing; sole leather coun
ter; duck lining; liro ruble.- l.eola. Theso nre Home of the
rcasoiw why Edmonds Foot Fitters nro best for the price.
Follco Ipoclal . .$7.50
Bonham & Currier
SINCLAIR'S BACON AND HAMS
If you want anything a little bettor than usual in canned
good or dried fruits ask for thu Del Monto pack it is
I1SI AM A FJ5W THINGS YOU WILL NEED
Xmas Mix Candy
lrktt Mix Civndy
7kU Mix Candy
Trah Mix Candy
"WISHING TOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS
The Grabateria Grocery
COUCH & CURRIER, Inc.
DEL XOKT1 PRODUCTS
GOLD KKDAL FLOUR
Sf Over the World
OOH3R TO US FRIDAY OB SATURDAY
WE CAN SUPPLY THE BEST OF MENUS
MAY CHRISTMAS BE FOR YOU A TIME OF JOY, AND MAY THE NEW YEAR CARRY
OVER THE BEST THINGS OF THE OLD YEARS AND OUT OF ITS ABUNDANCE ADD
NEW SUCCESSES, AND REALIZATIONS, UNTIL IT IS RICHER AND BRIGHTER
THAN ALL THE YEARS THAT HAVE GONE BEFORE.
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
The Prescription Store
A. D. S., SrtNTOX AND DR. HOBSON REMEDIES. DR. HESS POULTRY PANACEA, ALL SIZES
105 NORTH JERSEY STREET PHONE COLUMBIA 188
FRIDAY AND BTAURDAY ONLY
1 lb can 27c
Preferred Stock Aaparagus, solid points,
per ean ' 22c
Ehrman Ripe Olives, large sizes
7 ok. esn .18o
15 oe. ean 2tio
1 lb. Bracil Nuti 15c
1 lb. Beat of Soft Shell Walnut 20o
ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED OTHER ARTICLES
AT.A BIG SAVING EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK
Cream of Wheat, per pkg .23o
Cluster Raisins, per pkg 23c
Fancy Oarngrs, per doz 4Bo
Extra Faney Jonathan Apples, per box $1.00
Package of Pressed White Figs Be
No. 2 Gold Bar Faney Corn, per can 17c
Van Allen Sweet Peas, per can 17
TJ.tah-na Peas , 12a each; 2 for 25c
Crown and Olympic Flour, 48 lb. sack . $1.05
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS
210 Nurth Jrsey Street
Phne Emplrt 4S7 117 Philadelphia Street
If you can't find what you want elsewhere, come to me. If
I haven't cot il. I will it. I carry FURNITURE. CAR
PETS, DISHES. COOKING UTFNSILS. STOVES AND
RANGES. In tact, anything yon wish in the Household Line.
Will Boy, Sell or Exchaage Anything
C. A. Ziglcr of Corvallis, Ore
jon, was in St. Johns on business
Miss Bee. Basic, who is teach
ing this season at Turner, Ore.,
was homo for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Brnnsch mid
aon-in-lnw, Mr. E. C. Hurlbert,
and Mr. and Mrs. C. Collnrd ami
family loft Saturday for Los
J. H. Ball, proprietor of a tiro
vulcanizing shop on South Jer
sey street, suffered slight
str.ko of paralysis on Sunday
morning, but is reported improv
Donations to the Bachelor club
Christmas charity campaign will
bo called for if address is left at
club quarters, Umpire 0578. Any
thing in thu lino of clothing,
ioou sum or canucu goous win
bo appreciated. Donations should
bo m by Saturday if possible.
Will the Odd Follows and Re
bckahs' children please mail me
a card with their names on it mid
if you will speak "a piece or any
thing that will do to make up "
program for Dec. 28. Please
mention samo on card. Mrs.
Carl Beckman, 232 W. Tyler.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Roberts
entertained informally mjbniburs
of the executive committee of
Minerva social club at their home
015 N. Syracuse street on Mon
day evening, Deo. 11. Tlio guosto
included Dr. and Mrs. D. U
Webster, Mr. and Mm. J. M.
Ulair, Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Sim
mons. Mr. and Mrs. 13. F. Mona
hau, Mr. mid Mrs. Manly Smith,
Miss Florence Davis, Miss Alta
Overslreut, and llul Davis.
The Woman 'a Homo Mission
nry society of Pioneer Methodist
church met in thu cliureli parlor
on Frdiay afternoon witli the
president, Mrs. S. JO. Cook, in tli
chair after three mouths absence.
Following tho dovotiouals led by
Mrs. B. A. Olson, Mrs. Churchill
aud Mrs. Olson gave a very in
torestiug report of tho convention
hold recently in Forest Grove.
Mrs. D. W. i'atton was elected
superintendent of tho Japanese
work. Mrs. If. F. Clark conduct
ed tho lesson study, Refresh
incuts troro served.
Tho Community Chorus meets
Friday night, 7:30, at tlio Wil
liams school. Soino important
niinnimcnmnnta will bu mado.
Noxt Sunday at 1 :30 p. in. at the
Baptist church final rehearsal
for thu hoiil'h which will bo
sung at tho Baptist church Sun
day evening. All children are
requested to no at uotu tuo next
rolionrmilH mid nlnn Sundav even
ing at G:30, whon tho Sunday
school will givo its Christmas
program and tho Chorus will
sing several songs.
Goo. Reat. omnlovcd as a knot
sawyer at tho Western Cooper-1
im Co. ahons ut St. Johns, mot
with a painful accident while at
work Saturday uignt aooui ii:
30 n. in. Gcoriro. a lad of 22
years, slipped in some way, and
threw out his hand in tho direc
tion nf tho fast ravolvinir cir
cular aaw. his thumb coming in
contact with tho saw in such a
manner as to cleavo it up tho
center, almost full lengtn oi nis
tlnnnli. Tin was removed at
once to the offico of Dr. Scltultz.
After tho mutilated member was
stitched up lio was taken homo.
Deborah Livlncstono W. C. T.
U. met at tho homo of tho secrc-
trv. Mrs. R. Knox. 328 Buchun-
nn ntreet. on Monday afternoon.
Following a short business meet
ing announcement of the Honors
which have recently been bestow
ml on this union in tho appoint
ment of Btate and county officers
was made. Tlio president, -Mrs.
Xfmlollnn Russell, has been ap
pointed county superintendent of
contest worK; Mrs. . iu. uook,
pnnntv Bunerintendent of Sunday
school work; and Mrs. E. A.
Blew, state publicity manager.
Mrs. U. W. overstreet, a mom-
nr nf tllis 11111011. also WOU the
silver medal in last year's medal
contest. A silver tea loiioweu.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Kerr
passed tho fiftieth anniversary
nt ipir wpddiiiL' on Monilav
without celebration. They were
married at Delevan, Illinois, uec.
18, 1872, and lived all of their
married life in that state and in
Kansas before coming to Ore
1002. Thev lived in
Union, Oregon, until 1904, when
they came to St. Johns whore
they have since resided and made
hnnf nf friends who COnirratU-
late them upon this golden an
niversry and wish them many
more anniversaries to follow.
Mr. and Mrs. Kerr have three
children a daughter, Mrs. D. G.
Mossman of Wichita, Kansas; a
son, Andrew of St. Johus, and a
Miss Merle Shrewsbury of
Seattle was here from Saturday
until Monday as the guest of
Mrs.Clurk on Fcssenden street.
The basket ball season will
open in St. Johns Friday evening
at the skating rink, tho Bachelor
club playing Peninsula Parle.
Tho new pews for the Pioneer
Methodist church are now being
put in place. It is regretted that
the delay in shipment prevented
having tho pews in place at tho
Raymond Christman of Mon
roe, Wusliington, arrived in St.
Johns on Thursday evening and
will spend the Christmas holi
days with his Bister, Mrs. Will
Hyde on Olympia street.
J. J. Blew, who has been
spending tho winter in Califor
nia, came to Portland on Tuch
day mid is the guest of his son
and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Blew, 1002 Oswego street. Mr.
Blew says ho came back to Ore
gon to get away from the rain.
Mrs. Bessie Nesbltt, sister of
J. M. Shaw, who has been spend
ing the last few mouths with tier
brother and family on Iviuihou
street, has returned to Seattle to
be witli her son and his family.
Geo. Shells came home from
O. A. C. and Carrie Shells eaino
home from her school at Irrigou
to attend tlio funeral of their
grandfather. 'Carrie returned
.Sunday but Georgo remained for
the holiday vacation.
invitations have been out some
woelcs for Yo Merrio Tyniem'
Annual Christmas Dance. This
affair is to ho held at Cotillion
Hall. December 23th, witli Dar
by's orchestra. Tickets may be
secured from any of tho club
members. Tho Patrons mid Pa
tronesses are as follows: Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Davis, Dr. and Mm.
B. F. IIiiHson. Mr. mid Mm. Slier
man Cochran, Mr. and Mm. W.
T. Fletcher, Mr. and Mm. S. A
Mulkoy, Mr. and Mm. Harry Sim
mons. Mr. and Mm. W. M
Tower. Tho committee in charge
is as follows: Miss Arlino Shaw,
Miss Alice Wrinkle, Miss Mar
garet Diclcio, Mm. Hazel Eng.
zoll, Miss Mario Bicdcson, Miss
Dnnnlda AlaeUregor, Mm uutli
Macllrogor, Miss (Jlaru Nelson.
Gcoriro h. I limes of tho His
torieal society of Oregon gave an
iiiterestinir talk on tlio uaiiy Ins
tory of Oregon at tho Y. W. C.
A. on Sunday afternoon follow-
111),' a song by tho Community
church choir mid a short talk on
the Woman's Protective Division
by Mm. G. . Nickeraon. But to
an interested group of listeners
who lingered after tho meeting,
Mr. Ilimes related tho iiiterest
inir story of his first Christmas
in Orogon many yearn ago when
with his father, mother and sis
ter ho had just crossed the plains
to this stato. Tho family," ho
said, "was in almost destitute
circumstances when tnoy nrrived
and there was not food for him
self and his father, but only
enough for his mother and the
smaller ohildorn, but they wcro
established in mi old cabin mid
through tho efforts of a neigh
bor wcro furnished with food
and somo clothing At Christmas
time lie had no stockings to hang
up for Santa Claus to fill but
with a mother's inventive genius,
a stocking was mado from mi old
coat sleove and Hung iiosido one
of his mother's which had been
mended for Helen, his sister.
No child in this or any other city
this Christmas will bo moro over
joyed with tho most expoilsivd
toy received and probaby not
nearly as much as was Mr. Ilimes
and his sister, Helen, when they
found that in her stocking was
a doughnut doll and an apple
that was all, but that was enough
for them. They had a real
Christmas Services at Tho
Pioneer Methodist Church
Sunday school at 0:45. You
belong to one of the departments
that are operating in this school.
Prpnoliinif sorvico 11 o'clock.
Subject, "Tho New Vision of tho
Christ Child." special music.
At 7 :30 tlio Sunday school will
lmvfi thoir C'hristmatf proirram
mill ChriNtmuK decoration.
The Sunday school will havi
election of officers Tliur.uay
evening, Dec. 21. at 8jl5o 'clock
"Tho Methodists of Oregon arc
to be congratulated on in a sue
f refill (jnimuiL'ii to raise 41.250.
nflfl fnr Willntnuttf! Univorsitv.
Tho campaign closed last night
with the auota oversubscribed.
On Thursday, Dec. the
28th, the Odd Fellows mid Re-
bokahs will have a Christmas
tm ut tin. I. O. O. F. Hall, cor-
nor of Leavitt and Jersey streets
for tlio children of Odd Fellows
and Rebekahs. Don't forgot tho
W. W. ROGERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
The Big Load Man, Empire 1133.
Massage treatment at
home or by appointment.
Boys' Indian Moccasins $1.75
featherh V everything.
Christian Science: Sunday
morning services at 11:00; Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 at 403
Tailoring and dressaking
done at my homo. Mrs. Fay
Mills, 425 15. Mohawk. 4t
For Sale Nico fat R. I. Rod
hens for your Xiuas dinner. Al
so have few Flemish rabbils at
50c each. 808 S. Crawford St.
Twolvo Inch Insido Mill Wood
and Planer Trimmings. Emp 1133
Xmas begonias at Holph'n, 702
Old furniture and junk
bought, highest price paid. Dry
kindling wood for sale. Single
loads $1.25. Win. Predion, 12(10
Lombard street. Drop card,
Tho price of furnace adver
tised by Alex Scales in this paper
last week should! havo been.
$70.(50 instead of $1)7.00.
"Hotter Wood" Emplro 0258.
Hi ft. skiff, painted green, has
had small engine, 1 pr. oars,
branded "It B. II." on blade.
Owner can got samo by paying
for this ad aud towing. Call at
211 N. Fox St.
Rogcm Woolen Underwear
will tickle him to death.
MatorialH for Christmas work
at Blue Bird Ba.aar.
A new drophead White sowing
machine for sale. $10. Emplro
Flowem for Xmas at llolph'ti,
702 S. Jersey.
Men's House Slippery $1.35 to
Dry wood Empiro 1507.
Kycs examined, glasses fitted.
Wc do it right. Dr. T. J. Oil
strap, Physician and Surgn-.
1-1 Peninsula Security Bldg.
Dry wood for sale cheap. Call
A wonderful lot of splendidly
grown Cyclamen in a riot of
coloring, a most ehrory Ainas
prcsont. llolph's, 70 n. Jnrsey.
Wo grow our own Fonts and
Cyolam,oi especially for your
homes . They Inst longer.
Holph's, 702 S. Jersey.
Wanted lady for houso to house
canvassing. Quick seller, 100 per
cent basis. Call oveniugs or
Sunday 1213 Oswego St.
For Sale Single bed for child.
Price $5. Empiro 0380.
"Bottor Wood" Col. 258.
Poinsottiaa at Rolph'a, 702 S.
Men's Dross Shoos $1,05
Bottor Wood, Xmpiro 1133,
Soloct vour Chrihtmas cards
at tho St. Johns Hdw. Co.
Men's Flannel Pajainiw
Dry wood Xmpiro 1567.
Slab and block wood mixed,
$C.00 u load; dry slab and block
$7.00 load; planer wood, $5.50.
G15 North Hudson street; Umpirt
Christmas Trees for Sale 25c
and up. 727 E. Mohawk ht.
Mm. Montgomery will take
care of your babies day or night
for $1.00. Phone Emp. auu-l. at
Auto ignition and all battery
work a specialty, b volt bat
teries charged for $1.25. All
work strictly guaranteed. 1848
Willamette Blvd. Tel. Rca. 1393
Empire 1441. 15-31
Neuropathy and suggestive
Therapeutics. Tho most effect
ual healiuir scionco practiced by
Qibson and Son. Room 5 Penin
sula Bank Bldg., St. violins.
Hero aro some irood bargains
You cut out paying rent this
way. You make money an
make home. Amizich has houses
for sale you can buy on very
small payment down, balance like
rout, then you havo home and
o.. a. :..:i. 'inn M
money, oeu iinutiun ui uu .i.
Jersey street; ho will tell you
how you will make money.
A BETTER GIFT FOR
Ono Dollar will "buy" a Liberty Bell Home Safe
and a Savings Account in tho Peninsula National
This is tho most practical and thoughtful gift
that money can purchase. It has a vory certain
value TODAY and will really incroaso in worth
during tho coming months.
Tho Liberty Bell comes in bright holiday attire
and makes an attractive Christmas package.
GIVE YOUR FRIENDS THIS
GIFT THAT GROWS
Peninsula National Bank
You can Bank By Mall with us. Write for descriptive booklet
MEM HER FEDERAL RUSEUVIi SYSTEM
AUTOMOTIVE ACCESSORIES THAT WOl M) MAKH A
PRACTICAL AND ACCHPTA WhM 01 FT TO YOUR MOTOR
ING FRIHNDS AND RELATIVES.
S & M Spotlight
Hall Imggngo CMtricr
(Hi. lie Stop SigiiMlrt
Kay lieo Stop Signali
Weed Dohux Ch!iw
Folborth Automatic; Windshield Clennum
Wo can furnish any of tho nbo vo items neatly put up, wilji
212 214 S. Joraoy St. Phono Empiro 1248
CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE
St. Johns Undertaking Co.
Thomns GrJcc, MnntiKcr
Ofilu, Eilr Q527-PH0NES-Night, Empire 0293
208 N. Jersey SI.
Mrs. Frank A. Rice
Wisluw to announce that sho will strut a now flans r hogm
nom in tho New mid luiproxod Method of Music Study on
Dfcembor 20th. Those wisluii ' to enter hindl.N make i-enemi-tions
at oneo as this is tho last elfi r In iru in is this j fir and
only a limited number e;in bo necouiod ited.
Stndio 412 So: Kdlson St.:, comer Riclunond. Phono Emp 0.180
i n i mm it i n im ft ti HT wtJ- -W"-'
offer interesting mercfjnn
hint in ttievp line, tfjat toitt
fjelp pou in djoorfinrj fitting
remembrance tor nil.
JBtoofb tije inconbenience of
lat minute duping up tnliinrj
abunntflfje of our timelp bid
plnp noli) nlunitinjr vowv
H. C. KASMEYER
VARIETY ,S TO It IS
til S. .i rsc.v Sf.
GOOD EATS CAFE I
OPPOSITE MASONIC BLDQ. 100 PHILADELPHIA ST.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
SPECIAL ( IIKt-sTMAS DINT'KR
MONDAY. DKl - 1H22
SUNDAY. DEC -M. V2?
son, Alex, of St. Helens.
I date. Reported.