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Same to You!"
The B. & C. Money Back Store
TENDERS ITS SIMOERBST "THAN2S" TO THE PEOPLE
OF ST. JOHNS FOR THE SPLENDID BUSINESS GIVEN
US DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
AND TO ALL IT SENDS GREETINGS FOR A PROS
PEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR.
SINOLABTS BAOON AND HAMS
We wish to tliimk tho people of St. Johns for tho liberal
amount of their trade vro received last week. "We have gone
to big expense, and a bit of hard work, hero and it cortainly
is gratifying to find that Hi residents of this section appre
ciate, niid support, the largest and prettiest grocery storo on
tho East Side.
Apples aro still the leading Fruit but Navel Oranges arc
getting riper and better every day and they nro not too high
in prico now. Bnuannu aro unreasonably high and should be
used au sparingly na potisiblo. Don't encourage hold-up like
this. Tho Imperial Valley Lettuce will bo in this week the
finest lettuce the world produces.
The lirookficld and Tillamook Cheese are as rich and
fresh as over.
The Grabateria Grocery
COUCH & CURRIER, Inc.
DEL MONTE PRODUCTS
Itl Over tia World
Come and get your
New Year Presents
Here they are for Saturday:
IVORY SOAP OC!
(LlmltF Ive Bars) fr LUC
10 lb. Bag HVL
PURE CANE SUGAR DC
CREAM ETTES O
ptr Package . . OC
Large Bttlt ! OQ
SNIDER'5 CATSUP ZijC
f210 North Jersey Street
Special Friday and Saturday
Hot Water Bottle - - 69c
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
The Prescription Store
A. D. 3.. SnNTOX AND DR. HOBSON REMEDIES. DR. HESS POULTRY PANACEA, ALL SIZES
105 NORTH JERSEY STREET I'hono JSmpiro OllM
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR
Your Home May Be
One That Is Just
Suited For This
New Type Of Furnace
Easy to Install aud Easy to
Economical on Fuel, yet Heats
the Whole House
Low in Price, yet High Qual
No. II Eastman Sibloco . . .$79.60
F. o. B. Silwton, uregon
The following parties will be lad
to demonstrate the above (urnace
CHAS. II. ORMAR, 806 K. Tyler
mo cm n fSSRRM. 810 North
Smith Avenue. Empire 2200
R. A. MAYBON. 711 Meyer Street.
Phone Empire uu.
Or can be swn on display at 203 North Jersey Street
Heavy No. 23 Sibloco Furnace $135.00
Alex. S. Scales
Si2 Ffttsenden St. Phone Empire 1225
Miss Katkerino Hall spent
Christmas with her father, 12. S.
Hall, nt Corhett, Ore.
Mr. J. h. Lund, local lock and
gunsmith, has returned from n
business trip to British Colum
bia. Maynard Miksch who is at-
tonilinif flui uiilifinl nf lni'np.s nt
Moscow, Idaho, is spending his
l.-ii. !i. i.: ......
iiuuuny vuutiwuu mm ins inn
entfl at 834 N. Jersey street.
A. V. Tlnvia. tlm nnl estate
denier, has installed an electric
fire ruaco m lus offteo at Zll"
So. Jersey St. It is n modern
Tim titnttv frinnds here of Mr.
Thomas Grico regret to know
lm lias been seriously ill at ins
homo for tho past several das. to t,mnk 01tl Snntft CmUi for tho
Mr. Grico has passed las SJrd , (hi ho ,of( nt the d
year and his family and frie ds g,- N HvctiU
have been alarmed at his oontli-
tion for tho past soveral days.
.Tnlm Knim has tiurcliase
through tho agency of A. V
rinviu rM1 itnl.i dealer, tin
property known as the Chicago
rooming house, corner of Chicago
n.1.1 Mnriii ivnii hoe btroets. 11
will proceed nt onco to improv
Dp. mid Mrs. llnrrv Irvine
lmvo returned to Corvallis after
spending Christmas with Mrs.
Tfvmn'tt inntliKr Mm. 13. TV Vin.
son on South Ivanlioe street.
Mrs. "Willis Vinson nnd son.
.. Willis. Jr.. arrived from Salem
ie were Mr. Vinson is attending
will nrocecit ni onco u 'i"-i ;;..,r i . i -m
aid remodel tho property and Willamette University and will
nun ii uviiu i i , f i..iiiniii fill- ft fiu- ilnvs with Mr.
put it in first class condition.
Tf ;a iiiinnppl that Iluirh Me
Crcdio will erect u modern
lmnt ip mi the, corner of Altn and
North Jersey streets, tho builii-
ing to bo of ample size ami to cosi
in tho neighborhood of $50,000.
vr,.-u ,..:n nrnlinlilv start enrlv in
Hum ..... - .
tho spring or sooner if weather
n...wiitimiu win liormii. Dir. mi;-
lillllUI.IUllu I -
Credio has given St. Johns as
good n show as any in the city
i ... .1.1 .......... .ill lut mini
ami ins "in imnuun a
to hear of his new venture.
niin O. flrieo of MOSCOW,
r,i ta viuitini' his father. Mr.
Kill., - ,
Thomas Qrice, and will look af
ter his undertaking business dur
ing tho illness of tho father. Mr.
Grico has been in tho undertaking
Moscow for tho past
7 ycara, he has also been coroner
of Latah county, Ida., for six
years and was recently re-elect-el
to that office.
OM.n finiafiincr tmicllCS arO llC-
lw tm tlf 111 tlm nnw homo of the
"H w" " 1. VT ll
MWimtilo Co. on rortn
Jersey streot, whero the company
will liA nnntl for business by Jan-
uary 1st. Tho building is n mod-
em ono-story concroio simuiuiu
built specially for tho Homo Mer
nn,.;t f!o niul adds irreatly to
tho nppearanco of this section
of Jersoy street. This progres-
sive company is to uo congratu
lated upon entering wiuu
t "P A. Itnliortson was host
ess to 'mombers of tho No Tro Sor
Club at a ono o'clock luncheon
held in tho Y. W. O. A. on Wed
nesday of last week. Tho guests
wcro Mrs. K. O. Couch , Mrs.
Wooten, Mrs. Emmett Maxfield,
Mrs. L. C. Butt, Mrs. h. O.hus
and Mrs. J. Noco.
nt- n,wl ATrH. Tl. Benedict. 1070
daughter and BOiSn-lnw, Mr. and
Mrs. O. Imbodcn, of Mist, Ore,
who spent Bovcral (lays wun wiom
loaf WAOlT. nml their son and
.lfiiichter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
p , . : 4 n r
IlntipdlP.t. 11U- UMWUKU
Ivulso. Wash., on
mini, iv.. : , ' til.
Friday to spend Christmas with
Mrs. 1. . iiorno hum
Iistes, their daughters.
Mablo Pratt and Everott
Day surprised their many friends
in St. Johns when they slipped
nvnr tn Vancouver on Friday ev
ening and returned as man and
wife. Mrs. Day has been cm
iilnved as oncrator in tho local
telephone office for tho past two
-ears and Mr. Uay is at present
mployed in Tacoma wnero utey
Dr. J. Vinton Scott returned
frnm Seattle on Tuesday where
ho had spent Christmas with his
brother and family, Dr. AW
Scott, and his sister, Miss Kath
firine Scott. Dr. Scott left on
Tuesday evening for San Fran-
MKP.n. nnd will sail witinn tno
next few days for his home in
Oiin nf the delightful holiday
nnrtiR was ono L'iven at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. h. Holbrook,
1302 Fessenden street, on Christ
inns nii?ht. The iruests were:
Misses Mariraret and Helen Mac
flreifor. Florence and Janice
Gould, Bernice, Jacobson, Leon
npl Harrintrton. Denby and
Roger Colfax, Allister MacGrcg
nr. Carl SrettinL'er. Arnold
Muck, Baudolph Howard and
Dry wood Empire 1667.
For Ite'nt G room house, fur
nished. bath, toilet, fruit. Appli
es Salem, St., "St. Johns.
Dee Turner of Airlie, Oregon,
visited a few days this week
with Ben Holmes, a02 Fessenden
Mrs. Sarah Fones spont
Cliristmas with her daughter-in-law
and grand children in Cor
vallis. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Emerick,
903 Newton street, went to Mon
roe, Wash., on Friday to spend
Christmas with relatives.
The James John high school
alumni will give a dinner dance
in tho Portland Woolen Hills
club house this evening.
Tho regular business meeting
of the St. Johns Community Club
will be held in the Y. W. C. A.
on Tuesday evening.
Tho little Page children wish
remain for n few days with Mr.
Mednm Adams of Abcrxlccu.
Wash., was a guest at tho home
of P. J. Tormev. 1(5(50 Laura
street, during the Christmas holi
days. Adams formerly attend
ed James John high school.
.Tnlm Mmnrii(tir. student body
nivsiilont nf University of Ore
mm. in .mii'iiiliiiL' his Christmas
holidays in Chicago, where he is
representing tho U. ot O. in a
conference of student body presi
Dr. II 13. Bundav of Chicnuo.
who with .Mrs. ISuudv. has been
a guest of Mrs. J. 1). Hunkins,
left for Chicago this week. iurs.
limulnv will remain indefinitely
to bo with her mothor, Mrs. Pope,
who is seriously ill.
Tlm Hnnlmlnr Club elected the
fnllnwinir officers Tuesday oven-
ing: E. J. Whelan, president; C.
W. Mngone, vice president; Don
ald llose, second vice president;
Clyde Jaggor, roc. sec; and Earl
Kehher, treasurer. 11. l. l oll
is tho retiring president.
Mr. W. T. LaiiiDkin of Council.
.liilm. has recently taken charge
of tho Now St. Johns Apartments,
corner Jorsey and Fessenden Sts.
Mr. Lampkin is equipping tho
placo and making tl as near
liomeliko as possible, air. uamp
kin expects to inako St. Johns
lis permanent home.
Santa Clans, by sncoial ar
rangement with Mr. Stork, pre
sented Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred
Thomnson. 1110 South Leonard
street, with n bouncing baby
boy on Cliristmas day. Tins
young gentleman has beou nam
ed Joseph Frederick. Both
mother nnd son aro doing fine.
Mr.a ml Mrs. .Tallies McKay of
118 E. Tvler street, loft Deo. 21
for Bucna Vista, Cal., to spond
tho Xmns holidays with their
daughter, Mrs. Claud D. Brown.
Mofnrn ruturniiiL' lhev will visit
other relatives throughout that
state and miiKo a short visit into
The Bachelor Club wishes to
yririts its thanks to tho 110O-
nle of this community, tho clubs,
organizations and manufactur
ing establishments who helped m
making the charity work tho
success it proved to bo. Chair
man and Treasurer, V. J. Larson.
Afr. Killth Vinson entertained
a crowd of young people at her
homo ovor the Holidays, tno nomo
being beautifully decorated.
Mrs. Vinson was assisted by Miss
Nan Noel. Out of town guostfl
wero: Mr. Jack Vinson of ba-
lnm Miss Eliza Vinson of Ante
lope, Ore.; Miss Iantho Irvine of
Marshfield, Miss Amanda xsoei
and Mr. Willis Noel of Utiea,
Montana: Dr. and Mrs. II. S.
Irvine and son of Corvallis; Miss
Margaret Vinson, Dr. Edw. V.
Wiitt. Miss Irene Faulknor. Mr.
Athil Irvine and Miss Scharlot
Tobin and Mrs. A. E. David all
f Portland. All enjoyed them
selves and a musical program
as the biggest loature
Ehnor Thrasher of St. Joseph,
Missouri, arrived last week for a
visit to his mother. Mrs. u. 1 at-
riduin. who with his assistance
moved on Tuesday into her new
bungalow recently erected m
Hillsboro. Mrs. Patriquin, who
fonnorlv made her homo with
Mrs. Frank Woolloy, her noice,
rosiding on rox stroet, una noi
seen her son for many years until
his recent arrival. Ho will re
main with his mother sovera
weeks in Hillsboro.
MEMBERSHIP OF ST. JOHNS
Much hn.t Iipiii tfnid nbnnt. tltn
achievements of tho St. Johns
Community Club and its Talue to
All that has been accomplished
has been dono through tho loy
alty of its members.
There aro soveral reasons why
every" citucn should become a
First Tho Club is democratic
and a spirit of friendliness pro
vails which creates a homo-like
feeling at tho meetings. Every
one is cordially welcomed.
Second Ono becomes ac
quainted with tho representat
ive people who stand for a pro
gressive nnd alert community.
Third The vital problems of
tho community, in which ovory
good citizen should bo interested
Fourth Wo pay taxes, nnd
why aro wo not interested in
how the money is spent and
whether St. Johns can claim its
slmrn of iimiroYPincntaf
Fifth When representatives
from an organization liko the St.
Joints Community Club inter
views tho city departments, they
receive courteous attention be
cause wo represent tho people of
tno biggest, and bosu pare oi
In union there is power.
Now. is this not. worth while!
Besides all tho social events
iiniiii-iiil li- lln Chili mcmlmtN
and 'any ono in tho Community
1nini ilh'lilii can wti not make
11)23 tho best year the Club has
known T Wo ougiit to navo at
liiiiut .rnil iimmliiMN tlm first of
the year with a steady growth
until its close.
Will you do your part and bo
como it member t
Seo the secretary. Mrs. Bertha
Montgomery, Phono Empire
MIIS. J. M. SHAW.
Te take pleasure in announcing that during the past
year wo hare paid approximately $20,000.00 to our Saving
Depositors. This magnificent sum represents interest earned
on Savings Balances. The thousand of depositors who luve
participated in this groat fund arc thod who have lsnrnetl
the lesson of Thrift.
We inrite you this coming year to join in this movoment
which boa for its goal Prosperity and Independence. Old
age is a pleasure to those who have systematically snved their
WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YKAIt
Peninsula National Bank
MEMBER FEDEllAL UESEUVE SYSTEM
W. W. ROOERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
The Big Load Man, Empire 1133.
Attontin Young couple want '
ed for this Cozy Bungalow, SO
feet on car line. Clear of all en
cumbrances. $3760.00. Tonus to
suit you. 331 Fessenden St.
Massairo treatment at your
ionic or br nnnointr-ipnt. Em-
Tailoring and drmsnkiiiK
dono nt my homo. Mrs. Fay
Mills, -125 K. Mohnwlc. -it
For Sale 22 Savnuo riflo
cheap, or trade toil ehiekeiw.
Umpiro 1127. Apt. A.
ni.l von know imflKUR i
soiling Mon's Suits ami Over
coats cheap I
"Bottor Wood" Kmpiro 0218.
IlaiiLMiiu' lamp, shndo and
look for $5. Call 708 Hudson
Tiiii'litKi fnriiMf'HH instnll now.
Bh cmnfortaliliv avo fuel - no
frozen water pipes no fire risks.
JCasy tonus, low prices, 9imhj to
$135. Alex. S. Scales; Empiro
Dry wood Empire 1607,
AnartmcntH for rent At tho
New St. Johns. Stcnm hoat,
good janitor sorvico. Nico nnd
clean, rensonnblo rates. Call nt
Apt. 5. W. T. Lampkin, now
BOGEItS sox have niftv elox.
Boys' Itain Hats 50e. HOQEUS.
Twelve In ah Iniida Mill Wood
and Planer Trimmini. Imp 1138
I,(iH fiimt. Satnrdfiv. Deo. 2-1.
bended handbag on Mohawk be
twuen Hudson and earlinc. lie-
turn to CM Hudson street. He-
V.vt-H cvuiniiipJ. irlns.scs fitted.
We do it right. -Dr. W. J. Oil
strap, Physician and Surgeu..
1-4 Peninsula becurity Blug.
Dry wood for salo ohcap. Call
For Salo Lumber, 5000 feet
!v.l vhpv nliitnn. nlso 14 I'niwl
Ithode Island Bed imlluts. 1015
li. 1'ollc Btroot.
"Better Wood" Col. 3S8.
Fop Sab' Chicken luillfio. 2
nlnc.trii! Iironilcrs. fiOfl ft. chicken
fence, bone cutter, 25 W. L. hens,
niso sewing inncnme. c&i uswe
Bottor Wood, Empiro 1133.
Fat hens for sale. J. II. David
son, (503 West Catlin.
Cedar posts for sale. Empire
1175, 103 N. Jersey.
A T THE approach of
the New Year our
thoughts turn to our
customers and friends
whose friendship and
loyal support has enabled
us to progress.
We wish everybody a
Happy and Prosperous
THE WINCHESTER STORE
Cut Rate Grocery
The Old Ltvrtck Store, Next to Post Office, Empire M37
A FEW OF OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS
UrguUr (i2.lt), -ID-lb. sk. Crown or Drifted Know Flour. .$1.80
Regular 18o solid machine parked Tomato, 3 for 40o
Itegultr 15c Pride of Valley Maryland Corn .Oo
Regular 15c can Tomntotw in puree, 3 for 30o
Regular lftc pkg. Shredded Wheat Bisouit lOo
Regular 10c pkg. Post Tonsties or Corn Flnktw Qa
Regular 15c Ut-a-Nn Peas, 3 eniw for S6o
Regular 10s Old Dutch Cleausor, 3 for 2g
Regular 10c pkg. Jiffy Jell, ! for Sfto
Regular 45c can Golden West Coffee
Regular 35c pkg. Poofa Washing Mnohino Soup 241o
Regular 30c pkg. Hon Foam Washing Powdur, 2 for ..... . loo
27 bars Royal Whito or Lenox Soap for $1.00
Canned Milk, all kinds, enu 100
WE RESHRVE AMOUNT LIMIT ON ABOVE GOODS
TH1 PWOI MAKKB IT CO. WE DELIVER.
THIS PHIOKB GOOD TniB SATURDAY AND MONDAY
1 jjgjj ll
Say "Merry Christum "
fUj the Sunflower.
p LOWERS for your decora-
tioiiR. Flowering plants
nnd holly wreaths aud
mistletoo and poinsettas will
Help to welcome nauta. ;
gift of flowers in a cheerful
-liY rr witi fiiwiM"
814'$i6 N.KEI10GG ST.
Rt view want nh g" I resitlttf.
Let Your Money
Work For Yoii
Buy a few shares of our
7 per cent Prior Preference
Stock and your tnoiiuy will
earn you over 7 jwr cunt.
Dividends are payubl
every three months.
This is a good sound iu
vestmunt nnd our Kny
Payment Plan enable yoti
to get 7 pi-r cunt interwt on
your savings while you are
paying for your shares,
Investigate this UutitiUttl
Aik iny of our tmploytt abont It.
Light & Power Company
Room 6Q5 Electric Bldg,