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WHY NOT SURPRISE TIII3 FOLKS AT HOME WITH
A VISIT AT YULETIDE. IT WILL MAKE THEM HAPPY
AND YOU, TOO. PLAN NOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OP
25 per cent Reduction
Round Trip Fares
2 Bclcwccn nil stntions where one-way fare is $30.00 or less.
Sale dates: Deccbmor 22, 2U, 21, 2o, 20, !I0, 31, Jmmry 1st.
Final rturn limit January 3rd.
Frequent and Convenient Service will make your journey
n trip of pleasure.
Southern Pacific Lines
For further particulars jinIc amenta or wrilo
General PasHonger Agent
St. Johns Grocery
(formerly C. S. Httcy's Storu)
202 South Jorscy street, Corner Leavitt
Phone Empire 0528 WB DUIJVER FREE
Trde at the Store Where Your Dollar boys the Most
WE SELL THE BEST FOR LESS
Drop in and sec Our Specials for Friday, Saturday and
Alonday. Satisfaction or your money back.
MAKING HOUSEWORK EASY
Clean steel knives and
forks, remove stains and
Cleans Scours Polishes
DtOCU XOKCAN'S SONS CO., N.w Yl, U. 5. A.
St Johns Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Foot of Burlington St.
FIVE MILLION TO BE
SPENT IN 1023
Dr. W. J- Gilstrap
Physician & Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
X ray Laboratory
Peninsula Security Co. llhlg.
Office Umpire 1822 lit. Ktup. 0177
Dr. E. P. Borden
rlulca extraction of teeth under nitrous
Peninsula lluulC UIiIk.
St. Johtii, ruitliuitl, OteKUit
Dr. D. S. Swart
Physician and Surgeon
JJonhutn & Currier ltliltf-
Home, Km. 1131 Office, Km. 0379
DR. F. P. SCHULTZE
Physician and Surgeon
Bonhaui & Currier UuililiiiR
Diseases of Women Office 1 louts
Children and Obstetric 912 A.M., 2 5 P. M
7J.S0 f, H.
DR. FRANK SAND1FUR
Exclusive Care of Eyes
Rca. Kmp. 108C Office Kiup. 1883
A full line of the
at most reasonable
Weaves. & II. Green Trading
'Stamps with All Purchases
L. Simmons & Co.
K G Muck A. A. Muck
Phones Col. 12S4 lHione Col. 118
Hat 8KU Main 4901
'.K7 1'efc.emlen Street
Sand, Gravel and
Member of the lluililcre' Exchange
Do not neglect to send in your
ExtenHion nnd betterments to
the properties o the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Co. dur
ing the coming year will mean
the expenditure of $5,000,000,
according to Franklin T. Grif
fith, president of the corporation
who has just returned from n
three-weeks' trip cast. Ilulf of
this amount will go into the new
power project on the Oak Grove
branch of the Clackamas river,
which it is expected to complete
bv July, j:)2j. Tito remainder o
the expenditures will be- distri
billed among numerous improve
ments that will keep the proper
ties thoroughly modern.
President Urimtli passed some
time in Philadelphia, "Washing
ton and New York. In the last
named cily he attended the Na
tional Hlectric Light association
executive eommittco meeting;
beinir vice-president of that or
"A new development in
distribution of utility stocks
been taking place, ' said Mr
Griffith. "It is estimated that
this year tho various utility
companies of the country have
distributed $200,000,000 worth of
stocks to then customers and
is forecast that, next year these
sales will reach $250,000,000.
"Tho various utilities of the
country arc expected to expeni
nearly $1,01)0,000,000 in construe
t on during V.i'S.i, which means
that more than one-fourth or the
total amount will be supplied
through sales of stocks.
"This is tho real public own
ership of utilities with the cum
lomers of the various companies
becom mix partners in the enter
prises, this investment iicmg
made by the patrons in tho dis
triets served by the concerns.
"Generally, it appeared from
what I saw in the Hast, coudi
Hons are on the mend and the
country is facing more favorable
tunes. We are so well assured
of this outlook that our company
is going ahead vigorously will
its own construction work plan
ned for 102:1."
$5gfeLaiirel Lodge, 1, 0, 0, F.
vr No. IOO. Bt. Johns. Or.aon
Meet encu aiommy evening in uuu rci
low Imll nt 7 HO. A cordial welcome t
nil visiting brothers.
it.l v. ctullr. u c. C W Moon. V. O.
H I. Ilurruunha, See Hre.t (VW.Noreut, I'lti.Htc
SI. Johns Camp No, 7546
Modem Woodmen of America.
U'e hiNirtllv solicit tliu ntteiidutirc ol
our members nl our ri'Kulnr meeting"
every 31 nuil Mi lliurwmy evening.
A. 8. Ilerry, It. H. IrUh,
202 It. Polk St. -117 It. Chicago St.
Woodmen of the World
St. Johns Cnmp 773
flmtl. lire lurrlliim tvetr Monil.y ctrnluil
In llkkiirr Hall, BuiIIiikIoii ami Jnxy trrrl
vl.iiiifa.lw.ii urlmiur Old mriiiMt come
mil anil wr wti.it live rmnp you twtong to,
K IT. (IKIIKiXlf, V t. rt. iHwut.iiriK.
DORIC LODGC NO. 132
A. I . and A. M.
Meet the lint nnd thiol
Wednesday of ench luontli
la Masonic Hull. Visl
Khi Walker, W. M.
A. W. Davis. Secretary.
Minerva Chapter No, 105, 0.E.S.1
Meets every second nun
fourth Tuesday of encli
mouth lu Masonic Hall.
Orscc I.. Illalr. W. M
Brule V. l'o.t. Ktc.
1177 Atutirrtt ttlcct.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
Meet every Friday night at
7:jo o'cltKk tu IllCKNIiil
f Hull. Visitors always wcl
It. It. I'lllM.Il'S. C.C.
A CAKI, NKI.SON, K K tt
No. 43 R, A. M.
Stuteil meetings ou the first
Monday of each mouth In Mil.
m)uIc Hall. Visitor! Welcome,
1 l. WHSSTHK It II P,
I) II LKMON, Herniary,
THE TIN HOUSE
217 North Jersey Street
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
Telephone Gmpir 1397
H. A. MANNING, Prop.
THE SEASON'S GREETINGS
Everybody in connection with this store is of one accord in
singing the praises of the many patrons who so generously
in spirit and in expenditure used their local store for the
During the rush of a week there was never a com
plaint of dissatisfaction as to service or merchandise.
For this consideration of tired sales people and pro
prietors, we are grateful. We extend to our patrons and
friends our heartiest Greetings and a warm gratitude for
making this month of December the largest in point of
sales of any month in the history of our seventeen years
of business in St. Johns.
All of our help, both temporary and permanent, join
us in this expression of good will, and extend our best
wishes for a Happy and Prosperous 1923.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
L. V. Graves
H. W. Bonham
L. E. Rose
I. L. Gromachcy
A. L. Smock
Harold Rati Iff
BONHAM & CURRIER
The Home Mercantile Co.
Will move Into their new store on the comer of Jcrsoy nnd
C'liicnp) wtretilN, on January 1st, and will bo pleased to meet
nil of our old customers nnd niiiiiy new ones, where wo will bo
belter prepared to serve you Hum in the old store. "Wo will
curry the sniiie line of solids and add more to tlie line.
Conic and see our
AVe will uive awny. Let us explain how it will bo done.
Remember the ditto and tho place.
CORNER OP JERSEY AND OHIOAQO STS.
The Home Mercantile Co.
By W. R. Hollenbeck, Mgr.
Sunset Cash Grocery
111. Philadelphia St. Phone Empire rua
Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials
l'hone Empir 0977
PENINSULA ELECTRIC CO., Inc.
Electrical Engineers ind Contractors
WIKIN15 VIXTl'KKS AND SUri'UKS
General Repair Work
30I S. Jcry Street, PortUnJ, Oregon
(it. "Wesson Oil 50o
pnl. Wesson Oil 05c
Kill. Wesson Oil 1.85
qt. Mazola Oil 50c
ial, Mazola Oil 05c
Cocoa, a lb 100
Sweetened Chocolate, lb. ...20c
Hulk Soda Crackers, lb 16o
11 1Kb (1 ratio Hulk Coffee,
I? Iks $U0O
1 pt. pure llonoy 35o
I ijt. pure Honey 05c
Wilson Xut Margarine 25c
Gom Xut Margarino 25c
Nuco Margarine 20o
Kxtra Special Oranges 25o
Sea Foam 25o
lioynl Baking Powder 42c
Darimade Milk 10o
Argo Gloss Starch, 2 for.... 25c
Jersey Belle Butter 53c
3 cans solid pack Tomatoes
I lb." Calumet Baking
Powder, l,b 30o
Picnic llama 18c
Matches, a bos 5c
DUNCAN BROS., Prop.
Architectural and Mechanical
DeintnK. DeUtlitiR, Tracing ami TUn
MftWiiR, Buuualow Uuilillug I'lans. Ma
ehinery ami Parts DcaiKUCtl. No job too
larj;c. Hitltuates reasonable.
W. HEDLIND CO.
Umpire 1737. 626 U, Richmond St.
Residents of St. Johns having tmxet
aud city liens to pay in Portland can
make their payments without Inconveni
ence by availing themselves ol our ser
vices. We will pay same and secure your
receipt without inconvenience to you.
lfee, 25c. References: Auy St. Johns
Bank. Peninsula Titte, Abstract and
Realty Co., by H. Hendenon, Manager;
402 North Jersey Street.
Please Telephone your Orders Early and help
us give you better service
C. J. MUCK, Grocer
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Phone Empire 0118
217 S. Jorsoy St.
Phone Emlre 0118
A. L O .A. D OF -WOOD
According to the City Inspector can be
Pay little attention to price. Watch your
ticket for the measure you get for your money.
St Johns Lumber Co.
St. Johns Transfer Company
THANKS YOU FOR THE SPLENDID BUSINESS GIVEN
US TIID-PAST YEAR AND WISH YOU
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Now Under New Manaiement
312 Trumbell Street. Corner Willamette Blvd.
GRADUATE NURSES IN ATTENDANCE
THE HOSPITAL FOR ST. JOHNS Pfcew Eafrlre WW
Frederick T. Notz
Essie H. Notz
Drs. F. T. & E. H. Notz
Chiropractic and Electro Therapy
OfficcHoars: 10 A.M.tol2M.t 2 P.M. to 6:30 P.M., 6:30 P.M. to 8 P.M.
514-515 Dekum Bldg.
309 N. Jersey
Res,: 721 S. Jersey