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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1917)
Is an Exceptional Christmas
with most of us in the
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Is not so much the question as
HOW we should give
MAY WE OFFER A SUGGESTION?
If you are away from home, parents and other relatives we believe a good long let
ter will be the gift most welcome and most practical. Fill the letter with good will,
with happy recollections and with bright anticmations.
The next in keeping with the times might be something useful, wearable, readable
The stores in your locality are better stocked than ever before.
Of course as we pay for this space we are privileged to say most of our own store.
Your patronage does not necessarily mean a high priced automobile for the owners.
It simply means the building of a business in your locality of which you as well as
the owners may be proud.
It means that we can give more help to the things that go to mke up the satisfied
life: Aid to the churches, schools, and the war activities. It means that a larger busi
ness will pay more taxes that the public may be benefited. It means that your boy or
your girl might have a business training minus the lure of the city.
A good Christmas Resolution: Resolve to be more loyal to your community
Give us your Christmas business this year and next year we will give you a still
larger stock from which to choose.
For your small boy or girl give him the thing that makes him happy.
SUGGESTIONS: Mechanical Construction Toys, Trains, Game Boards, Building
Blocks, Books, Checker Board, Dominoes, Dishes, Tinker Toys, Post Card Albums, Toy
Animals, Toy Wagons, Tree Oraments, Boys' Suits, Shoes, Hosiery, Caps, Blouses, Belts,
Glioi fa I " There is in our stock an assortment of imported Austrian Ware
0 3 C? U I cl I . Dishes that are works of art and high class merchandise. It is ware
left from our large stock carried from the Grocery Department. It
includes some glassware and some percolators. We are offering this line at closing out
rices. There are Bread Plates, Fruit Sets, Sugar and Creams, Individual Cups and
aucers. There is no handsomer useful gift than Dishes.
Box of Collars
The choicest selection of Neckties and Handkerchiefs for both Men and Women
that has ever ventured into this locality. -T
BON HAM & CURRIER
L E. ROSE, Mgr. Toggery Dept.
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