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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1921)
'OU may need Aprons, your Children may need School Dresses. For One
. Week we will sell 32 inch School Day Frolic Cloth and Peggy Cloth at 22c
per yard. All these are sold to us as fast color materials and they are Strong
Fabrics, made especially for the things mentioned.
EVERYTHING in the store reduced except the new spring arrivals which
take the low market as it is opened for .display.
The Buyer's Strike
The attitude of the buvirnr rniblic hrmirrlir.
prices, but it has stopped the wheels of industry. No
i merchant will buy for the simple purpose of displaying
yuuus un ins smmvuig.
No industry can run if the distributor of his . pro
duct does not buy. It is up to you, the CONSUMER who
has saved for this period of depression to spend your
money. Not for luxuries just at this time but just
spend for your comforts and protection of your health.
SOME OF THE NEW ARRIVALS
mported Voiles, Domestic Voiles, Imported Organdy, Cotton Crepes, All in Newest Shades
Mil nmiH i
D For Qunlily
JJ8 inch Georgette, per yd $1.75
32 inch Silk Pongee, $1, $1.10, 1.25
Silk Hosiery, Drown and lllnck. 1.50
Duster Drown Children's IIo.sc Reduced
Girl's Brogue Oxfords
The I Huh School Shoe $0.50
Fine Dlnck Kid Shoes 8 00
Fine Drown Kid Shoes 9.00
Ut. nnd Dunn Dlack Kid Shoes 10.50
ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL OF
The price of this most pop
ular Men's Shoe is now within
the reach of the average man.
These Shoes have the wear
ing qualities combined with
The Sale has moved them
because of the extra values.
We can' still display a credit
able range of staple styles.
Hoy's nnd Girl's Coveralls, 2 nr. $1.75
Hoy's Suits Reduced, $10 Stilts 7.50
Hoy's $15 Suits 11.25
Other Reductions from Original
Fresh New Patterns, 32 inch
Per Yard - 45c
Miss Plasket, Buyer Rrrita:3rri $L 4 m L E, Rose, Mgr.
Dry Goods Dept. OUI II lOl II Gi VJJl I Itol Men's Dept.
SUNSET CASH GROCERY
111 Philadelphia Street Phone Col. 1148
St. Johns Dependable Store
Pure Cane Berry Sugar, 1 1 lbs. $1, Sack $9-00
Ground Sweet Chocolate
25c lb., 3 Ihs. 70c
TKA SP1XM AI.S Sunset llrcnkfust Hlend Coffee
India Ceylon. Japan. 30c lb., II'. lbs $1.00
liitnpowticr and llmiMust Wic lb.
The ulmvc goods ae woith more than they cost, try and be convinced
Inrgc Cutis Tumutoc-ii with Piuee, Well Killed. 10 Cans
Irge Cans Tnmatoe (Whole) 2 Cans
20c Uxtra Choice Sngat Pwu, I lie Can, Dozen Cans
IOC biiKar Teas, vine Run. 2 Cans , 2&c
Sweet Suur Corn, lf,c Can. Dozen $175 Fancy Voting Sugar Corn, 3 Cans 50c, do.. .$1.90
Btrlnt;lcsA Deuns, 2 Cans 26V, Dozen 1-15
Lipton's Tea, Yellow Leal lbTS3c, V, lb. 43c, '.j lb. 23c
2 lbs. 25c, 10 lbs. i 1 .20
l:oncy Sliced Pineapple Fancy Whole Cooking Rrs
Broken Slices, 1-nrgc Can 30c 18c, 2 for 35c
Full Cream Cheese, Mild or Medium, lb.
Royal White Soap, Special 5c Bar, 20 Bars - $1.00
Monday Morning Soap (Brown) 6 Bars - 25c
Sweet California Navel Oranges, 25c doz., 2 for 45c
These Oranges are u good sue fruit and a bargain
Large Juicy Lemons, 20c doz., 2 for 35c
LOWER PRICED CATSUP
Moby's y, pt. Dottle Tomato Catsup ,
Kag, pt. Bottle Gold Medal Tomato Catsup, 18c 2 for ,
Dclmonte Tomato Catsup, JMc, 2 for
Knight's Tomato Catsup, 28c 2 for
Snyiler'sTomato Catsup. Hach
, I 5c Knch
Libby's Pure Apple Butter, 18c Can, 2 for - 35c
De Your Trading at the Sunset Cash Grocery and you will be better satisfied, Al
ways the Dependable Store
THE ST. JOHNS GARAGE
216 North Jersey St.
AutMrizcd Ford Service Sta
tion. Complete line of Kurd
parts in stock.
Tires, tubes and accessoi
ies. - CARS STORED
Welding, Brazing and Iia
din tors Repaired.
I'lion; Columbia 690,
J. W. BOTTOM
507 East Allegheny St.
Phone Columbia 1212
Cards of thanka notices are
ehnrj?d for at the rato of fifty
ctnts each. Persona desiring to
have such notices published
sheuld make a note of this.
fifteen years in the business In St.
Julia.. l.Wt onr property with us. Wc
uwli sales. 8. L'. COOK, 402 N. Jcrwy
Pulley & Zurcher
Plumbing, Heating & Tinning
We Repair Aluminum Wure
i Phone Col. ttt 07 8. Jersey St.
lrs. Bertha C.Burdick
(l.icentitatc of the Royal Academy
of Music, London.)
Teacher of Pinno
1957 Hodge St. lMone Col. 873
STUDIO, 215 N. Syracuse Street
Thoue Columbia 302
TO OUR PATRONS
Intensive alterations hare
been made at onr l'irst ntul
Alder Streets Passenger Station
and ninch better accomodations
have been provided for our pat
rons. This building is now being
used exclusively by us and, in
addition to the ticket otiice,
lost articles' bureau and express
office, we have installed un
"UMJCTRIC 8TORU," where
Mazda lauivi and electric np
plmtices may be purchased, ap.
plications made for electric
light uud power, aud where
liltt aud power bills may be
This will make it possible for
our patrons to trausact such
matters of business with our
Company without going up
town to our main ollice in Hlec
trie building, and you will re
ceive the same courteous nnd
Light & Power Company
"Bu Yof Electric Gceds at an Electric Store"
Home Mercantile Go.
Coal, Briquets, Build
Our Prices are Down on PAINTS
and OILS, also all kinds of FEED
and GRAIN, all kinds and Prices
We are agents for Dr. HESS and
Dr. Le Gears Poultry Powders
and Tonics. We are still giving
)i Off on Auto Casings
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY
209 West Burlington Street
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
Me for the UNION LABKL.
FIRST CLASS PRY
FIR SLAB WOOD
PLANER TRIMINGS AND GREEN WOOD
St. Johns Lumber Co.
KNIGHTS AND LADIES
Security Benefit Association
St. Johns Council 2775
Kr.ular infrlliim fir.l an J ll.lnl Monti) ,
Own mctllini. to ihc public an.l lucmbm mil
.i"?.4".' 'ly. Vl.llor. ami inrmlwra cur
illtlly Invited lo attend at Moo Hall,
4Laurel Lodge, 1, 0, 0, F,
. . No, IOO, St. John.. Oregon
Meet! each Monday evening ju Odd Pel
lows lull nt 7.3o. A cordial welcome In
all vUMiik biotlur.
P. I'. I'KMiitn. N Q, B, I. ti.rmaiiy V 1
C C Cray Kcv c. Ci v. Mhcuc 1 hi c
II I Clark Tir..
St. Johns Gamp No, 7546
Modern Woodmen of America.
Wc hcarlilv wliclt tlie alteiiiluneu of
our members at our regular mcetlnga
every 2l and 4iU Thursday eveuiiiK,
G. V. Mull m, I.J. Oudcn,
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNIGIIIS Or I'VUIIAS
Mpi't ft .viri- 17riilf.t. ..I.iltt mI
7'3o o'clock in lUCKNJ'R
Hall, Vitilora ahsu). wct
J. U. Weimer. O. C.
Woodmen of the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every Thursday evening in
I. O. O. V. Hall, Lenvitt and Jersey
streets. Visitors alwavs welcome.
W. A. Trout. C C K, C. Clark CltrU.
DORIC LODGE NO. 132
A. Is. and A. M.
Meets the first aud third
Wednesday of each month
iu Masonic Hall. Visi
John M. Blair. W. M.
A. W. Davis, Secretary,
Mliiefva Chapter No, I050, E,S,
Meets tvery second a4
fourth Tueiday of each
month in Masonic Hall,
AUa Ovtr.trcct W M
htuie V. I'o.t. St.
U17 6 Princeton (trtct
PENINSULA TITLE ABSTRACT i REALTT CO
H. HENDERSON, Manager
402 N. Jars.y Street
Abstracts of Title Prernred
Thone Columbia 255
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver cood to ami from all ruirtc
of Portland. Vancouver.. I.inntnn ami
surrounding country. Piano and furni
ture moving. I'itone Columbia 82.
109 Cast Uurlington Street.