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In a Class by Itself-
This Cooking Range Meets
Your Every Demand
In Blue, White or
BBTTKR than you eycr thought wns
tXMilble In miv ranc. ilin rntflNIII
meet! your demand.
IU porcelnln enameled surfaces uiny be
kept as clean as a china dish; Its hfuhly
tKiIlihcd cooking top needs no blnckW.
It is made of tbe best materials, lnctuil
UK the famous ARMCO Introt Iron. Its
cooking qualtles are perfection and a
Let Us Show You Why (he COLONIAL is the Range for You
"Gloria" Coffee "Sinclair's" Bacon
Sugar will stay up until the fruit season is over and you will
need at least one more sack to finish your canning. Wc arc still
selling 304 a sack less than the wholesale price quoted by the
Apricots are over and Peaches arc coming iu. Wc ex
pect the latter to be good and very reasonable tills year. ' l'lums,
Prunes and Pears will also be on before long.
Remember we have Pruit Jars at fair prices for all the best
makes. We sell the Pints iu the Glass Top Ideal Jars for $1.00.
Jelly Glasses are only 40c per dor.cn.
Gloria Coffee is gaining us new customers every day, at 35c
per pound, 8 pound for $1.00, it Is by far the best coffee on the
We still have some of those New Brazil Nuts left and are
the remainder of our 1921. No. 1 California Walnuts for 35c
The Grabateria Grocery
COUCH & CURRIER, Inc.
"Del Monte Products Fishers Blend Hour
We are now taking Pears for the Cannery, will take all
Pears from 2)4 inches up that are free from scale or worm holes,
we want them now. We have choice apples for sale now, also
Loganberry Juice in quarts and gallons, we deliver any place.
Any one who owes us money please come and pay us, as we
need money and need it bad, we must have it to pay our Bills
From now on oil our business, will be strictly cash. We buy
fruit for cash and will have to sell it for cash.
GASS E R EXPRESS
108 W. Alt Street or Phone Office Umpire 392, Residence Col. 377
All Over the World
You are Specially Invited to
Vikit Our Store Saturday
A Special Price on the Following
Articles for Saturday Only:
1 Pund Can OaC
ROYAL CLUB COFFEE. 3UC
2 Pound Can
Yaur Savings at PIggly will Pay Your
Electric Light Bill
210 North Jersey Street
EXPERT KODAK FINISHING AND ENLARGING
FOR QUICK SERVICE TAKE YOUR FILMS TO
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
The Prescription Store
REMEDIES. DR. HESS POULTRY PANACEA, ALL SIZES
A. D. S., SANTOX AND DR. HOBSON
105 NORTH JERSEY STREET
PHONE COLUMBIA 138
Lycll A. Whitney is erecting
residence oti Charleston street.
Mrs. D. S. Swart has returned
from a month's visit at Seattle.
Dr. P. N. Snndifur and family
hnve returned from a visit to
Mrs. A. Rowland of Indianapo
lis, Ind., is a guest of her sister,
Mrs. I. Baldwin.
Mrs.L. Kennedy and sister, Miss
Ornco Futz, are spending the
week end iuScasidc.
Mrs. Wesley Wrinkle and Miss
Alice Wrinkle are sojourning at
Seaside for a fortnight.
Miss I). Kavauagh of the Pen
insula Hospital left Sunday lor a
visit to Vancouver, H.C.
Miss Kathryn Scales of Centra-
lin, Wash., is visiting her cousins,
Wilina and Edna Scales.
Miss M. E. Covington, libra
rinn, has been spending her vaca
tiou with her mother iu Idaho.
Keep advertising and advertis
ing will keep you.
One hundred sheets of high
grade bond note paper for 25c at
Miss Virginia Dunsmorc of the
Hunk is on
A bouncing eight pound baby
boy arrived at tliu home of Mr,
and Mrs. J. Kehman August 1-tli.
Mr. Qlickiuan has sold his dry
goods store on Hurliugtou street
to Messrs. llloomunthol & Cat)
I'd ward Connaut has sold his
shoo repair shop on South Jersey
street to Fred Kass of Alberta,
Misses Minnie and Clara Nelson
are on a three weeks' vacation in
Vancouver, II. C, and Washing
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Chnrle
Smothers, 1011 S. Olympia street,
August !)th, a daughter, unmet!
Christian Science : Sunday
morning sorvicca nt 11:00; Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 at -103
D. II. Knowles of the Peninsula
Security Co. has returned from
.w vacation spent iu various
parts of Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. O. C. Call ob
served their golden wedding Wed
nesday, having been married in
Dresden, Maine, fifty years ago,
Willis Vincent, wife and child
of the University of Oregon vis-
ted several days at the homo ot
his mother the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barrett and
family havo been entertaining
Gussio and Alico Truott of Kosse,
Texas, for the past fow weeks.
W. S, Ormandy and family re
cently returned from a vaoutiou
in Washington state, and Harry
Ormandy is now touring the nor
thern port of that stoto.
Miss Florence Gould, children's
librarian of the St. Johns branch
library, has returned from her
vacation spent at Nea-Kah-Nie
nud at Hood River.
Hon. E. A, Baker, a prominout
attorney of the city, and layman
of First M. E. church, will speak
nt the Pioneer M. E. church .Sun
nt 11 o'clock. Spe-
Mr.and Mrs, narry Cook.neph-
ew and niece of Mrs. Sarah Cook,
spent a few days in this city tho
past week. They motored hero
from Kansas City and are return
ing by way of California.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at
tho home of Mrs. B. A. Olson, 502
W. Richmond street, Monday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. The annual
election of officers will be held.
A full attendance Is desired.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barrett and
family are rejoicing over tho re
turn of their son and brother who
has retumed from Pearl Harbor,
Honolulu, where he has been ser
ving with the U. S. Marines.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Dudek and two
daughters motored from Rivor
side, Wyoming, this week and
are now visiting at the home of
Mrs. G.E. Allen, 102G S. Syracuse
street. They expect to make St.
Johns their future home.
The Cochran Construction Co.
began excavating this week for
the hard surfacing of Tenino av
enue from East 15th to 10th
Btreet. The roadway will be of
concrete pavement No, 3 style
and the contract price Is $7,111,
70. Sellwood Bee.
P. II. Kdlefsen has returned
from u trip to tho Yellowstone
Mrs. Alico Learned and Mrs.
Mary Wrinkle returned Monday
from a trip to the beach.
Dr. S. A. Mulkey and family
havo returned from a pleasant
sojourn in Southern Oregon.
Mis. F. P. Drinker and son Rus
sell and party of friends have re
turned from a sojourn at New
Mrs. Jennie V. Nelson and Mrs.
C. A. Taylor of Greeley, Colora
do, have been the guests of their
sou and brother, A. Carl Nelson,
It seems a terrible waste of
time to teach our daughters pia
no playing, when ttlayer pianos
are so inexpensive aud'seem to do
it so very much better. Ux.
Rose Temple No. -lit, Pythian
Sisk'i's, will hold their home
cooked and baked food sale Aug.
... ,i. . i. i . . nr. i. ... .
isuii ui mo nggiy wiggiy .More
on . .lersey street in place of
the Grabateria, as was nnnouue
ed iu the last week's issue. So
don't forget the date and place.
Those who hue home cooking and
baking, come early. Press Cor.
Wo desire to express our sin
cere tlmnlis to the neighbors and
friends for their kindness and
sympathy during tho death ami
burial of our beloved husband
and stepfather; also to the W. O.
W., M. W. of A., liaurelwood and
Rebekah Lodges, Past Noble
Grand Club and the employes of
Peninsula Lumber Co. Mary E.
Simmons and son, Dean Elliott.
The Altruistic Club. Pythian
Sisters, spent a most enjoyable
day with Sister Swift at 1023 Os
wego street Tuesday, August 8.
Dinner was served at noon which
was enjoyed by all present. The
business meeting was held when
it was voted to meet August 22(1
at bOU N. Edison street with Sis-
ter Nelson, when it is ospeeially
desired to have a full attendance.
Ye Merrio Tymers fostered a
delightful dancing party last Fri
day evening. Tho "Swan" was
chartered for a trip down tho
river. Tho guests wore provided
witli colorful pirate garbs which
gave a very unique appearance,
Patrons and patronesses were:
Mi's. Virginia Hrudetiou, Mm. A.
B. Duusmore, .Mr. and Mrs. E.
Mounhan, Mr. and Mrs, John
Noco, and Mr, und Mrs, L, J.
The priest was remonstrating
with one of his flock in an otl'ort
to make him give up drink. "I
tell you, Pat," ho said, "you
should give it up. Whiskoy is
your worst enemy." ''Me ene
my, is it, Fathort" said Pat with
a twinkle; "and it was yor Riv
ereuee's self that told us only
last Sunday that wo should love
our enemies." "so 1 did, Tat."
retorted tho priest, "but I didn't
say yon should swallow them."
What you give in charity in this
world you take with you after
death. Tho object of the Com
munity church is to be of service
to the whole town. We fool suro
that is why tho Interest is keen
ing up so well during the Sum
mer. Last Sunday the services
wore all well attended and iu the
evening tho young people did
credit to themselves. The ad
drosses by Geo. Gordon and Hugh
lusler were a line example of
what our yo mg men can do.
Next Sunday wo will have tho
privilege of hearing Dr. Borden.
o are always pleased to have
him with us, and iu the evening
.Mr. M. B. Croon will try to enter
Nourse will be baok from his vu
cation und ready to tako up the
work. Plans are under way for
very interesting program for
the coming year. On the tail of
perseverance is tied Success.
'Plw urill 1 i (rkfwinl
The next Sunday Rev.
WILL RENT TO RESPONSI-
BLE PARTY now 5 room bunga-
ow, hardwood floor, builtius and
fireplace, on Lombard, near high
school, 102G N, Leonard street
after ft p. m.
W. W. ROGERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
The Big Load Man, Empire 11337"
Wiggle your toes
In ROGERS' HOSE.
iweive men inside Mill Wood and
Planer Irlmmlngs. Empire 1133.
I'lomish Giant rabbits for sale,
Also have two White Leghorn
roosters. sua o. Crawford St.
Empire OtiiS. .13
"Better Wood" Ool. 258.
For Sale AViekor babv buggy
very cheap. Call 71(1 East Bu-
eh .iitm street.
Planer Wood : your credit is
good; Empiro 1133.
Will fit your slants.
Summer rntcs, Planer Wood;
My chilly B. V. Dj are cut olV
at the knees. In them you'll
1 A ...... - -
sureiy ireeze UUUISHS.
For Sale On account of sick
ness will sell grocery and confee
tionery Btorc at 203 N. Jersey St.
If you want to build a home, I
nave a lot, very choice location,
that I will sell reasonable and
give terms. Phone Emp. ()!)30.
Bottcr Wood, Empiro 1133,
ror na io i iv owner, verv e lean.
..... - . . '
oranii new i room nuiigalow, at
corner Chicago and Smith uve
into. Inquire at 210 Smith Ave
nue. .( l
The conservative thinking man
mat knows is always found iu -ROGERS'
Couch & Bursou handles first
class Cord Wood. Will ho glad
to quote you. II
For Sale 3 room house, furn
ished, on hard surface street,
250 j terms. Rice & Talc, 107 N.
Jersey street; phone Em. 08S7.
Cord Wood, old growth, Empire
anted A good respectable
Home in a private family for a I I
year girl; must be a Protestant
family that see to it that she goes
to church. Call Kill Decatur St.,
or Empire 1127. J. C. Owens.
For Salo (J room somi-iiiodern
house, lot 50x100, cheap for
cash. Call at 1701 Willamette
Men's Solid Leather Di ss
Shoos $1.95 and up ItOGKItK,
By owner, !() acres 35 minutes
drive from center of Portland; 30
aeras iu fine potatoes ;some terms.
Inquire III S. Princeton St. lltf
Wanted Two rooms iu private
family where child of (! years can
bo taken earo of during (lie day
time, as both parents are work
ing. Address "Y" this ofilee.
Desirable (i room house, excel
lent location, corner 100x100, va.
riety of fruit, berries and grapes.
Owner leaving 202 E, Burr St,
Here is a business and home
for a good shoemaker. Best loca
tion iu tho city of Portland and
cheapest rent. Must sell at once
on account of siekurHS; 12 years
iu business here. See Amizich,
30(5 N. Jersey street: nhono Em
If you want a ohoieo little
farm, well located, good build
ings, I have a bargain for you.
Phono Empire 01)30.
Who has the Biggest Little
Store on Earth between the
picture show and undertaking
For Rent Housekeeping rooms;
also gas range iu good condition
for sale, price $15. (-'all 510 South
Jersey; phone Empire 1517.
By owner, two fine bungalows
located in St. Johns; ijomo terms.
Inquire 111 S. Princeton. -lltf
For Sale Throe room house
boat, wood house and wood on
hand, 4 blocks north of ship-
yard, .price $225. .Mrs. Laflamo.
$310 equity iu Irvington lot to
trade for Ford touring ear. Call
515 Philadelphia street.
For Sale Tho log house prop
erty on Smith avenue; all kinds
of fruit, an acre of ground, ce
ment sidewalks, acre covered
with fir, cedar and dogwood
trees; easy down payment and
final payments to suit purchaser.
M. G. Urban, 727 Smith avenue.
Orchard for Sale -Ten acres of
hearing Spitzenberg and New
town apples, trees 11 years old;
now house, new packing house,
new wire fence and other out
buildings, some tools; on Trout
Lake road, near school and boat
ing dam; in splendid condition;
crop goes with place; 1900 boxes
last year; situated iu White Sal
mon, Wash., valley. Price $0500
Might consider trade for farm
near Portland. Call at this office.
For Rent Nino room furnished
hoi-e Cnll at ?0S E Buri;i"''n
M Jr?HAT you savo today largely determines what
ww 'you will be tomorrow p manual Indepen
dence is essential to Advancement.
The table herewith shows how money grows if
deposited regularly and careful persual of the fol
lowing chart will strikingly emphasize to you the
value of Saving Systematically.
3 per cent Savings Compounded Semi-annually
pay as follows:
$ 1 00
Peninsula National Bank
COURTESY, SERVICE, SECURITY
MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
Are You Prepared
Deer, Grouse or Native Pheasant Season
Opens August 2(ltli to September 20th
Now Is tho tlmo to get your New Shot Gun
Fresh Stock of Winchester Ammunition
SI. JOHNS HARDWARE CO.
THE WINCHESTER STORE
Wedgewootl Combination Sold
MR. S. G. ROPER, 672 Drew Strcot nt
Portsmouth is the new owner
Cash or Credit
H. F. CLARK
THE FURNITURE MAN
GABBER'S EXPRESS BUSI
NESS FOR SALE.
Can guarantee uuy one plenty
of hiiHitiess. We have too iiiuuh
fruit to handle so wc must let go
of our transfer business. llujr
eau have ofllco here with ut,
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merony muic ug e neap rem auui. , :
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Geo. W. Crockvvell, M. E.
706. 720 OckumBIJg.
Stomach trouble, Chrom. .1im:m(hh4
Mi mutter wimt your trouble to I tn
eau and ton. find other troods i 'ray us you can.
Cuiisultutloii nml exHiuiuatUMi l'HB.
"I'JV fl. Mil. 11
llifit ur ltWli liiiui.w.cu T(I1 4 n In. i 10 k
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louring ear in excuane. duo um Vtvt treatment tliU week.
fit IIIM W Altn ul ..,.( 'i. no will.
.V WW . 4.fcl. i.WV. 4. ..till
If you want to keep healthy use
Kxtra Virgin Italian Olive Oil
r'or salo at St. Johns Avenue Gr
eery, corner North Jersey St.
For Salo by Owner Five room
moduru home on (,'ood street,
eloso in. 721 Oswego streot. I-
Wanted Four room house, un
furnished or partly furnished. Call
211 K. Richmond after 5 p. m,
For Sale Nino hens and one
rooster, thoroughbred O. A. (.'.
Harred Rooks. Call 71G South
Kdisou street. 2t
New house for salo on Oswego
street; double constructed, live
rooms, modern; easy terms j $500
down, $'25 per month. Price &J,
500. Call at 701) .Mohawk. 'Jt
Two choice lots on Leonard St.,
sidewalks iu and paid, at about
half price. See Couch & Hurson
W.K. ' Jorsov sire t
! Piano Tuning Repairing
! ERNEST II A ROLD
1 Shop at 107 W. Park -.' Phone 532-S4
'Vvitohvi'tti' 'ouu and I'limo
Sttulio-837 N. Kellogg Strwst
l'litfiic Umpire 0266.
rhoue Umpire 03 IS Woo.lhwu 'li
Bartlelt & Widenmann
All Orders Promptly AttencKil
629 V .Mohawk St, Portland, Ore.
Big Load of
Box Wood and Planer
. Empire 1475 m N Jersey t.