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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1921)
St. Johns Grocery
FORMERLY C. S. BUCY'S STORE)
202 South Jersey street Corner Leavltt
Phone Col. 528 WE DELIVER FREE
Trade at the Store where your $ Buys the Most
k WE SELL THE BEST FOR LESS
Drop in and see Our Specials for Friday, Saturday
and Monday. Satisfaction or your money back
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES I
A very enjoyable onterlain
mont wnB provided for the Fresh
man reception on Friduy evening
by the fifth and sixth termers.
The former clasa waa responsi-l
bio for the auditorium program, j
which consisted of music by Mu
riel Bolen and Kuth Palmer, ad
dresses of welcome by Principal ,
1'letcher ;anu hy Oscar AIcKin
noy. the latter rcpresentinK tho
student body as president. Kuth
Weiss also kiivo a recitation. The
sixth termers had in charge the
Karnes in the Kymnasium, and
the refreshments of ice cream
Tho results of the Senior elec
tion held recently placed the
following olllcers in charge:
President, Sara Abbott; vice
president. Dorothy Coulter; sec
retary, Mabel Reed; treasurer,
Elmo Moon; ;serKeant-at-arm,
The Girls' Glen Club has
ntfuin resumed action, under the
supervision of Miss Pracht, with
whoso assistance they hope to be
uuccoBsful as in former years.
Clifford Coon, as manager of
the foot ball team and custodian
of property, a putting the work
of his responsible position on a
most business like basis. The
equiumcnt of tho team is being
carefully checked and the mpiad
has had opportunity to play two
good pro-season games. The first
with Vancouver, re.sultoil in a 27
to 7 Hcoro in favorof Vancouver.
This game was played in the town
across tho Columbia. The sec
ond game was with Itidgelteld,
played on the new Held at Pier
Park. This Held, lyi.igas it does,
in a natural bowl, promises a line
placo for tho future , when the
pnrk is finished. The score wan a
tie. 0 to (i.
Tho James John Hi V held its
first meeting of the term Friday.
Soptembor Z'lrd, at the V. M.
C. A.. when olllcers were elected.
Those who will serve are. Ho
may no Ilrnud as president;
Leonard llurrirgton as vice-president;,
Wendell Khmler as see
rotary; Sidney Kltilin as press
agent; Itohort l.emon as ihuir
man of tho mumlunilii com
mittee; Oscar McKinney as
chairman of program committee;
Peter lOrmler as chairman of the
Horvico committee. Their dele
gates to tho International Hi Y
Council were also named. They
are, Theodore Piole and Sidney
Kalm. Regular meetings of the
club will bo held on ulteruHte
Wednesdays, the first date be
ing September 28th.
Buy Wood Nowl
Green Wood, Part
Green and Dry
St. Johns Lumber Co.
'fe Laurel Lodge, I.O.O.F,;
No. 100, 81. John! Orepon !
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loHfl linll at ?.;!. A corillul welcome In.
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St, Johns Camp No, 754G
Modern Woodmen of America.
We litiirtllv tmticlt the iitteniliiiiiu of
our iiii'IiiIh'is in our ' regular itii'i'llii('
every fel mih! lili Tliiuxliiy uvcnliu;.
('.. W. MiiIiim. C. It. Iliilclilll.
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rSfc KMnnis oi I'ViniAS
Jtl Meets every I'lMny nlKlit nl
.frS J"7 .V o'clock In IIICKNI'.ll
i&V!? VIhUoih HlwiiyH wel-
4) II. II. AUNOI.D. CO.
Woodmen ol the World
St. Johns Camp 773
Meet every Monday evening in
llieknet Hull, llurliiiKtou and Jersey
st lifts Visitors nlwnys welcimie.
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DORIC lOIXiE NO. 132
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W Weilneihliiyof eitcli moiitli
X ill MiiMinic Hull. VUt-
JiiIiii M. Ill.ilr. W. M.
A. V. Itovl. Secretary.
No, 43 n. A, M.
SlKleil iiicvliiiuH on tin lust
MoihIhv of .11 li month hi Mil
K'liic Hull. Vliilou Ktlcomr.
v. A i xkhoi.i., it
') II 1,1 MtlN. hfUrl.ly.
Tlie Fraternal Boosters
Meets eveiy Wednesday evening
Join and Help Iloost
- 1 1 i
If You Want
The Modern lileclric Wash
ing Mncliine has been culled
the grcnteKt of all
Appliances ever produced
for the Home.
We believe yon will agree
with this strong .statement
after yon have seen one of
these machines in action.
Drop in any lime for free
Electric Store Electric Building
Light & Power Company
"Buy Youi (f eclf ic Goods at an LlecU icStore
W. A. CARROLL
Real Estate Broker
Business Chances, Loans and
422 Chamber of Com
Phone Main 8667
& 4 T 1?4 T I?4 tT T l?f T4 T Tf ?! l?4 14 4 4 4 l?4 1?4 ifU l?4
$ STAs Use Jersey Belle Butter 111 g
SUNSET CASH GROCERY I
OUR GROCERY SELECTION
lliBlieat Quality, Itaisomible l'Hcoa is tlie combination Hint keeps customers
cumins to our store
Special Wash Boards Reduced 60c, 75c, 9Qc each
VIM FLOUR CROWN FLOUR BAKER GIRL FLOUR
! bill .Sack SUB . 1.1.1 s.uk . . $2.H '4 Mil. Sjck 1.70
10c lb., Royal Cluh Coffee Still Selling Wiih"pREE CANDY. 3 111. $1.18
Jersey Belle Under, 50c I'oiiml, 2 Pound Rolls J9c
Swlfti Pure l.nnl. 5 I'oiuul Can . 05c
tJcm Nm ami 1'imv.i Mdri;.uiiie, 27c Hi . II lls. j Ouwl llroomii Hncli line
Da you Inarnie an Iht onl dote m SI. Jahm Ihl lelk wit al Dona Town Prices and Dtliier FREE
J) U. Sack Coin Menl JJfjc
i) lh, Sack Holla, Oats fific
i) lb, Sack Pancukc lf lom 7()c
y lh. Sack Graham IMour Ifju
y lb. Sack Pastry l'lour Jgc
4 lbs. liollcd Oats jjic
4 lbs. Jup Kice o
2 lbs. Gloss Starch 'Jflo
U Cans Scat ;yjc
a TnckuKt'S Citrus l'owiler .IQc
Wo aro Closing Out Our Fruit Jars
and Rubbers at Cost
2 lbs. Salted Peanuts 2f.e
2 lbs. Soda Crackers :15c
2 lbs. Graham Crackers ;i5c
2 lbs. Ginger Snaps ;5c
1 lb. Iced Cookies. 25c
Last Chance to Ret Free Ten, buy 1 lb.
pkjie. FoIgcr's.Rct pound FREE
Onset), 1 pound sue, each. ,35c
White Hibbou Comjwutid, per pound 15c
Swifts Pure I,nrd 17c
Oottolene, 2 iouud .... ,4Jk
Oottolene, 4 lb ,85c
Fancy Crepe Toilet Tissue, 4 for 25c, 17 Rolls - $1.00
Pure Wheal, 100 II. Si. k .(':m Ed.ltili Dtpeio'lblt Mltl Kellive'. Cora I'lnkw and 1'osl
Scratch 1'wxl, 100 ll Sack Si' li, I lb on S8e 3 lb. tin SI.I2 TooMien. I'ackJic . . .Ida
Mill Huti, o Hi S.uk ;kic 5 lb. on Jl.m I'me Honey. 1't. ;3c, 1JI . 70
FREE Delivery We Lead, Others Follow The Sunset
You may have postponed the
making of comforters last season
because of the high cost of mate
rials. That reason has now disap
peared. Cotton Rats that were $2
for a 3 lb. standard size arc now
$1.25. Those that were $1.50 arc
now $1.00. And the Challies that
sold for 40c arc now just 20c. The
cotton we carry is the fine fluffy,
soft, clean quality. You see yon
can buy the material for $3 50 to
make you a first class warm comforter.
Keep "You Warn?
A little paint and kalsomiuc and
a moderate draping of your rooms
will increase their attractiveness
one hundred fold. The new de
signs and colors we have supplied
for the fall house renovating are
simply irresistible, and the prices
arc like the cotton bats so much
lower you will be agreeably sur
prised. The new stocks comprise
shadow draperies and Cretonnes.
OFor One Week we are going to give you a Special ou Thiu Cottou waists, some arc i,8wn, some voile but all arc nicely
-ii i mm t i r...- MM.l-.i rn n K..l,.,l Tl1.r.i
tailored, i ncy arc prucu ui tjiic-imiu wn inu ntjjuiui mumwu i ilm.i,
This is merchandise worth while and is simply a ScasonKud Close Out.
ALL WOOL, $7.00, $10.50
ALL WOOL, $6.00, $6.50
Blue Serge, Greys and Browns - - $25.00, ,$30.00, $35.00, $37.50
THEY HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF TIME
Had we imposed upon you we would have disappeared from your
midst years ago. There is no business policy that succeeds better than
the Golden Rule.
Bonham & Currier
MISS PI ASKFT. Ruver
Dry Goods Dept.
L E. ROSE, Mgr.
Now is the time to buy your
Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers
AT REDUCED PRICES
Another Cut in the Price of Paint
Garden Tools and Cultivators Re
duced. Hay Grain and Feeds
are Lower (Quality Better)
Contract for your Coal and Dia
mond Briquetts now before the
Winter rains come.
Building Materials are moving fast.
See us and get our prices before
The Home Mercantile Co.
SOU W. llurlinutoti Strout
AND NEVER LATE
THATS OUR. .
Our Scales are of the Golden Rule i
variety and our delivery is a time-table sort of ser'
vice always on time. Our meatswell, you've l
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the land and you've also been creditably informed
that our prices won't offend your sense of economy.
ST. JOHNS CASH MARKET
GEO. W. IMBODEN, Prop.
109 North Jersey Street Market Phone Columbia 21
enutlful gray or
blnak adult oatkot,
hoarse, box, 2 autoi
embalmlna and rofln.
ad aervlco for.... o
We nmiiufaclure caskets.
Hightr jiriccil unernti In proportloti.
I.mly auUtant. Ilemitlfiil funeral cliael.
MILLER & TRACEY
Main 260) Independant Funaral Directors S 7B0S
Wathlnston at EIIj Street, Uctttcen 20th and 2tt Strrcl, We&t Side
Buy 1 lb. Golden Gate Tea, get Mb. FREE
Buy lb. Golden Gate Tea, get Xlb. FREE
You will enjoy its fine flavor. Get it at our
Folgers Tea Week
October 3rd to 8th Incl.
C J. MUCK
Phone Col. 1 1 8 GROCER 21 7 S. Jersey St.
Your Own Comfort
And well being during the
winter months demand that
your home be uniformly
heated, Heat is a product
of energy. Coal is a form
of energy that produces the
best kind of heat. Our coal
is mined from the best coal
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