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On Easy Terms
7Ae Christmas dcmaiidsarc always heavy.
If Its not convenient to pay for the Christ
mas present, use your Credit. Pay a little
down and the balance as you can.
Rockers arc the most appropriate and ful
ly appreciated girt in the furniture line. The
Rocker is sort of intimate and personal, a
constant reminder. We havo an unusually
attractive and large assortment of rockers
in many different styles. We can list only
a very few but we urge you to sec the
Oak Frame Rockers. Some beauties iu this'dc-
sign with genuine Spanish leather seats.
Priced $10.75 to $33.25
Overstuffed Rockers. In immltation leather very
handsome and comfortable $10.75
Craftsman Leather Rocker, with spring scat,
very satisfactory $32 50
With loose cushion style, mighty easy 39.75
Tapestry Covered Rocker, with loose cushion
scat, large and comfortable $15.00
Genuine Leather Rocker, with spring scat,
o beauty $17.00
Wing Back Rocker. Covered with tapestry, n
handsome piece of furniture $17.50
Spanish Leather Rocker, lias loose cushion,
a most acceptable present $52.50
Genuine Spanish Leather Rocker. Ioose cush
ion, just the thing $50.00
Piano Lamps. You will admire our many beau
tiful Piano Lnmps. They ore the latest. Tall and
graceful, they add much towards appearance of re
fincment of the home. Priced $32.50 to $45.00
Your Credit is Good
Cash ar Credit 9 years in St. Johns
The OLD RELIABLE
Cash and Carry Grabatcria
We know that St. Johns had a
prosperousThanksgiving; we know
that St. Johns people were at least
well fed. If you saw the store and
stock the day or two before the
Holiday and then the day after the
evidence would be conclusive evi
dence. Do you know the Cash and Carry Stores in St.
8 Johns are making it easier for you to live?
V. mi : .' 4. u-,i l-o
JLI1C prices WC yivc yuu ilic uui uaacu uu a iujs
of accounts, the pay of a bookkeeper.or the delivery
of a cake of yeast. If you are in the babit of buying
your Groceries at the store using the old plan of ser
vice just drop out of it for a mouth or so and try deal
ing for cash at the Cash and Carry Grabatcria. If
you do not make a saving of $3.00 or $4.00 perhaps
more in that time it will be because you grew extra
vagant because of the more favorable prices.
The Grabatcria Cash and Carry Grocery
SCALES & CURRIER, Inc
The Star Electric Vibrator I
is guaranteed to give satisfactory service, to be dur
able and to be as satisf atory for the purpose intended
as any vibrator on the market regardless of price.
The Star Electric Vibrator should be in the home of
every woman who is desirable of having health and
beauty. Price now, only $5.00 each.
We have in stock the best reading glasses in self testing cabinet.
St. Johns Pharmacy
The Prescription Store
PHONE COLUMBIA 138
Mra. Ermn MncKnv spent the
week end with Miss Kathryn Ver
Mrs. AshbnuRh of Missouri is
visiting nt tho homo of hcrnoicc,
Mrs. J. It. Kerr.
An nrtlclo on tho nark ciuea-
tion nrrived too late for publica
tion this week.
Mrs. M. Edwards has accepted
, permanent position in the II.
j. Lnvrack grocery Btorc.
Minn Clnrn. Ed wards la mend
ing a fow days in Salem nt the
homo of mi bb Hazel id ill.
Albert Hanson nnd family of
North Dakota arc visiting at the
home of John Greybchl and with
other relatives here.
Mn. W. C. Little and young
daughter of famhill nro visiting
her naronts. Mr. and Mn. J. A.
Sterling, 801 S. Kellogg street.
Commissioner Pier mado St.
Johns a visit tho first of tho
week. He was ondcavcring to
get the sentiment of the pcoplo
regarding n park site.
Knthlccr. Markle successfully
underwent a mastoid operation
at the Eyo, Ear, Nosoanu Throat
hosimal aBt Sunday, urs. Dick
son and Coghlan performed the
Tho nolico department is de
serving of considerable credit
for tho quick nnd eifectivo work
n annrchending and placing un
der arrest tho perpetrators of
tho double murder at tho Clare-
Simeon Ador. a Central high
school boy, was knocked down
by an auto Monday whilo ho was
playing at the noon hour.
Ho sustained a cut ov?r the lot t
eyo and was otherwise some
The Associated Body of tho
James John High school will
present "Lovo Pirates of Hawa
ii." an operetta in two acts, and
"Tho Forward Pass," a farce in
ono net, on Friday and Satur
day, Dec. I'd and 13.
On last Wednesday evening
tho Roynl Neighbors and Mod
ern Woodmen gave another
dance of their series, which was
well attended. Kofreshmonts
worosorvoi by tho Royal Neigh
bors. A good time awaits those
who attend theso dances, He-
Tho local Women's Relief Corps
will give a dinner at Bickner
lull Tuesday. Dec. 2, and they
sincerely hope that the teachers
and business men of St. Johns
will patronize them as liberally
as they did last year. Thank-
ng you in advance. Executive
Oliver T. Rakes, aged 50,'
died at his home in Linnton
Saturday following a short ill
ness. Besides his widow he
eaves a son. 01 ver: father.
William Rakes.and two brothers,
Robert and William, all of Port-
and. He formerly lived in bt.
C. J. Sluyter of Clear Lake,
near Eugene. Oregon, gathered
2800 lbs. of loganberries and 100
nounds of blackberries from a
quarter of an acre on his farm.
tie sold his loganberries at izi
cents a pound and his black
berries at 8 cents, or a total ol
$358 for a quarter aero which is
at rate of $1408 an acre.
With C. T. Porter of Bay City,
Mich., appointed manager of the
Aladdin Company's Portland
plant, announcement has been
made by the organization that
he and (he president of the Mich
igan plant would arrive Wednes
day to prepare for construction
work on the new Peninsula site.
Tho Union Thanksgiving ser
vice at the new Christian church
was largely attended Thursday
evening, being pacneu to tne
doors. The roll call was answer
ed by a large number of service
men. Only one made the su
preme sacrifice. The service
flacrs were presented to the ol-
ders of each church by Rev.
Layton. A fine program and
special music was rendered.
There is a strong demand hero
for housekeeping rooms.
Clydo Geuld is recovering
from an attack of pneumonia.
, Wm. Peterson of White Salmon
was a St.Johns visitor Thursday.
Tho three Clarcmont murderers
wero given life sentences in the
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Byershavu
disposed of their home hero and
moved to Lognn, Iowa.
Peninsula Shipbuilding plant
resumed operations last week
with a good sized crew.
An exchange says it is cheap
er to buy n chicken for dinner
than it is to buy a chicken a din
ner. Whut is it a fool rooster finds
to crow about at midnight and at
three or fouro'clock in tho morn
ing? Mrs. Daniel Searls of Anaconda,
Montana, has been a guest at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman and
family of Sell wood spent Thanks
giving with Mr. and Mrs. I. L.
Turkey at GO cents per pound
is rather a luxury, and ono that
many people had to forego on
If you know of a news item,
tell us about it. It is your paper.
nnd it is up to you to make it
Charles Asnor. formerly of St.
Johns but now of L'aGrhncfo.spont
several days among his friends
hero tho past week.
Fntneonla nro willing to do
anything to reduce their weight
except to eat less and lake oxer
cisc, says an exchange.
Mn. W. J. Gnllowuy.nnd daugh
ter. Hattic. who had been spend
ingsovoral weeks with friends in
Texas, returned homo lustweok.
Most Rev. Timothy Casoy,
arch bishop of Vancouver, B. C,
has been tho gueit of Rov. A.
Mover, pastor of tho St. Clem
For Sale Thoroughbred Jer
sey cow, six years old, must bo
sold within a few days; cheap
for cash. AdureBS 403 W.
What will develop into month
ly freight steamer service be
tween Portland and the Hawai
ian islands has been launched by
Parrott & Co., importers nnd ex
porters, with headquarters in
San Francisco and a branch of
fice in Portland. Tho first ship
to carry cargo on the run will bo
the Falls of Clyde, which will
arrive in Portland about Do.
cember 1 with 2800 tons of bulk
molasses for discharge at the
St. Johns municipal terminal,
according to announcement by
Richard Evans, manager of tha
local office of Parrott & Co.
Other freighters will be charter
ed to engage in tho service, and
for tho present a monthly ached
ulo will bo maintained as nearly
as possible, and the steamers
will ply direct between Portland
WHO IS ROGERS?
For Salo-1917 Ford, in good
running order. St. Johns Gar
age, phone Columbia 590.
Needlework done for Christ
mas at reasonable prices. Phone
Trading with us entitles you
to buy Aluminum ware at Manu
facturers' cost. Bucy tho Grocer.
Soldiers, yes we dye coats
brown, blue and black. Skid
more Cleaners; Woodlawn 53G0.
VERY CHOICE Canary Birds.
ST. ANDREASBURG rollers
and whistlers, very choice. At
215 West Richmond St., phone
BOYS' HATS, CAPS. CORD
UROY PANTS. ROGERS.
We have Electric and Non
Electric Vacuum Sweepers.
Peninsula Electric Co.418 N.Jer
'Tho Sweeper you have been
waiting for," The Vacuetto Suc
tion Sweeper, not an electric.
Let us demonstrate to you. Pen
insula Electric Co., 418 N. Jer
FOY'S FOR TOY8.
W. W. UOOKRS
TIIK RAINCOAT MAN
With replacement costs more
than double whnt they were in
1914, tho property owner who
was fully protected by insurance
at that time, is now less than
half covered unless ho has in
craasod his firu insurance in
proportion to the increased cost
Firo insurance is the only com
modity wo know of that is
cheaper than it was five years
Wo represent ton of tho lar
gest companies writing firo in
surance in tho United States.
Their combined assets give us
tho largest writing capacity of
any agency in tho city of Port
land. Wo enn givo you Immcdioto
coverngo and delivery of policy.
Prompt and equitable settlement
in case of loss.
With heavy interests in tho
community, u thorough know
ledge of all lines of tho insurance
business, lowest rates and best
of companies, is it not reasonable
to suppose that wo can gio you
better and more valuable insur
ance service than tho wandering
solicitor who may or may not bo
in tho busincsss when your loss
PLACE YOUR INSURANCE
BUSINESS AT HOMEandwhen
a loss occurs you will be dealing
direct with an agency you know
and one that will give your claim
tho attention it deserves. Phono
Col. 101 for rates. PENINSULA
For Sale for a Short Period
My home number, 929 N.
Syracuse street. The ground is
50x100 and has seven fruit trees
in bearing. Tho houso has six
good rooms nnd an extrn dormer
that may be used for a bed room.
Full cement basement with waih
trays; an economical furnaco
that heats the whole house.
Bath room; bed rooms all have
propor closets. Tho place has
always been kept in excellent
repair and during the past sum
mer was tinted and painted in
side. This is a proposition that
is near the St. John? Terminal,
within walking distance and in
line with un advance in price ns
the Terminal progresses. The
premises may bo inspected by
applying to the owner or to Mr.
Downey, tho noighboriust north
of the house. W. II. BONHAM.
For a surprisingly small annu
al premium you cun protect your
valuables and household effects
against loss by burglary and
theft. Phono us for rates.
PENINSULA SECURITY COM
FOY'S FOR TOYS.
Umbrellas $1.50. ROGERS.
If its anything Electric sec u&.
Penimmla Electric Co., 418 N.
Buy your Groceries at Bucy's
and get the beautiful aluminum
ware at coat. Phono Lol. ozo.
KROW STNAP $1.95 and $2.-
75. Wear ROGERS work pants.
When in need of small arti
cles, get them at the 5-10. 15c
store. St. Johns: in tho Ponin-
sula National Bank Building.
Yes, the Peninsula Electric Co.
sells Gas supplies, mantels,
shades, etc. 418 N. Jersey street.
GOOD STAG SHIRT $7.50.
Twenty acreB to trade for town
property.eithor St. Johns or any
town in the valley. Call 530 E.
ROGERS WANTS YOU.
You can't tell by the looks of
a frog how far he will jump.
Buy FIR wood. Don't buy your
fir for looks, buy it to make
heat. St. Johns Lumber Co.
At the OJ080 of Business
November 17, 1919
Loana and Discount! . . . f969.663.72
Overdraft! ... , 56.67
U. S. Bond! and Certificate! . 300,40615
Stock in Federal Reierve Bank . . 3.450.00
Dondt and Securities . . 277,117.36
Furniture and Fixture! . . 14,045.94
Caih on Hand, Due from Danki and
United Statei Treaiurer . . 412,018.47
Capital fltoek fully paid In . . $100,000.00
Surplua and Undivided Profit! . 32,567.1 1
National Dank Notei Outstanding . 93,900.00
Fodarat Reiarva Dank . . 65,000.00
Depoaita . l.GGG.003.20
f 1,977,470, 3 1
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Open Saturday ovoninga 6 to 8
Hotpoint Electric Heaters will
I take the chill out of your room these
chilly mornings. Price $11.00
PERFECTION OIL HEATERS
$6.50 to $9.00
St. Johns Hardware Co.
Phone Columbia 35
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to demonitrato to you tho
Let ut play for you the Victor
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tion!. And of couraa you'll want
to hear tho neweat tonga and lateit
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obligation on yours, f
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FOY'S FOR TOYS.
FOY'S FOR TOYS.