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"Built Por Sleep"
SLEEP, ON EASY TERMS
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
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oniuiaii o uauuii
New Crop Oregon Walmits arc hi but tlic ones from ttic
South have not conic yet. New I'Igs arc hi and the Dried Peaches.
The Peach Crop was the best ever this year aud the Dried ones
Bacon, Lard and Sugar arc going up right along aud it
seems everything in the food Hue will follow. It looks as if
Flour was u good thing to buy just now as it lias not started up
One of the most satisfactory tilings wc carry is the Drookficld
Cheese. It is the best full cream cheese made west of Wisconsin
and for any one who likes a new, mild cheese, as the majority of
Americans do, it is a delight, why not ask for it as it costs no more
than poor cheese?
Good apples arc coming in now at a very reasonable price,
and it pays to buy them by the box as they will keep. Good
Pears are still to be had aud Grnp:J are plentiful aud reasonable.
The Grabateria Grocery
COUCH & CURRIER, Inc.
"Del Monte Products Fishers Blend Flour
? Over tie World
Carrots, Beets and Turnips, Bunch 3c
Local Concert! Grapes fer Jelly, In Lugs
of 20 lb., per lb 5C
This week will be the last one in 1922 for local
grapes. Get Yours Today Before it's Too Late
Cabbage for Sauor Kraut lb lc
Genulno Pie Pumpkins for Hallowo'on,
Pickling Onions per lb 8c
New Crop Walnuts, Soft Shell lb 28c
New Crop Brazil Nuts While Thoy Last
per pound 15c
Just before the holidays they always jump to about 80c
per lb. Now is a good time to get your supply-'
SPECIALS for SATURDAY and MONDAY
JERSEY CORN FLAKES
ROYAL BAKING POWDER
12 oz. can
CITRUS WASHING POWDER
Large Package ,
("210 North Jersey Street
PipelcKS furnnces install now.
Be comfortable savo fuel 110
frozen water pipes no fire risks.
Easy terms, low price, $97.00 to
$135. Alex. S. Scales; Empire
One hundred first class envel
opes with your name and ad
dress neatly printed on the cor
ner for one dollar at the Review
office. Additional 100 for 75c
The postoffice department ad.
vises the use of printed return
Four room houso $1400, $200
down. 107 N. Jersey; Emp. 0S87,
"Wanted MeH or women to
take orders for genuine guaran
teed hosiery for men, women and
children. Eliminates darning.
$40 a week full time, $1 an hour
spare time. Experience unneces
sary. International Stocking
Mills, Norriatown, Pa.
Five room modern house, $1600.
107 N. Jersey St.; Empire, 0887.
FRESH APPLE OLDER
Fifty cents per gallon, two gal
lons and over delivered; apples
$1.00 per box. Columbia boule
vard and Portsmouth avenue
Phone Empire 1722.
II IQT A PRI VFH Ncw Stock of Rubber Goods, Hot Water Bot
JXJO I rlll V L.U ties, Combination and Fountain Syringes.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
ON FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, 2 QUART AT
ST. JOHNS PHARMACY
The Prescription Store
A. D. S.. SANTOX AND DR. HOBSON REMEDIES.
105 NORTH JERSEY STREET
DR. HESS POULTRY PANACEA, ALL SIZES
PHONE COLUMBIA 138
Do not neglect to send in your
The Review will he in enlarged
form next week.
Mrs. D. C. Lewis had the mis
fortune to fall Tuesday and
break her arm.
David Oliver and family have
moved into their new house at
501 Hudson street.
i.'''s. Fern Crawford ln pur
eliasi'd a confectionery store in
The W. O. AV. will give n 500
card party Monday evening, Oct.
ilOth, in Bickncr llnll Everybody
W. W. ROGERS
THE RAINCOAT MAN
John Dickson lias returned
from "White Salmon Valley where
he was engaged in nickiuir un
Christian Seienca! Knndnv
insrnhnr services nt 11:00? Wo.il.
ncsdav ovoninir nt 8:00 tit 40ft
Fit EE A Oold Fish and fltnli..
with every sfcl mirehase of Nvnl.
a. D. b.. Penslnr nr Ciiitiii riMiio.
dy or toilet article
The I. O. O. F. will give the .'lid
eirree next Mmulnv ovmiimr
I. 6. 0. F. members are invited.
1 time in store for you. Hep.
Dr. II. F. .lo 11 cs Drenched n sot.
moil al Woodland. WmmIi.. Kim.
day afternoon. Five auto loads
of St. Johns folks accompanied
"Wednesday, Oct. 25th, the La
dies' Aid of Pioneer M. 15.
church will serve a noon lunch
eon at the church.
John Oliver, the well known vi
olinist, has purchased a tine pia
no and moved it into his ncw
home at 501 Hudson street.
Mr. and Mrs. S. 15. Lauder left.
yesterday by auto for Los Angel-
s, wiiere they will spend the win-
ter with Mrs. Lauder's brother,
Newton II. Marcy.
The Ladies' Aid of Pioneer M.
15. church will hold a Hiiznur Nov.
22d. A luncheon will be served
at noon and a chicken dinner in
the evening. Fverybody welcome.
TI10 Iloval Neighbors arc lmv-
iuir a Masnueradu Hall at Hide
ner Hall Wednesday evening, Oc
tober 25; good music. ( '01110
and bring your friends. Admis
The Ladies' Aid of the Evangel
ical church will glvo their rcgii-
ar Wednesday dinner Out. 2oth
11 t ho' basement of the church.
lent dinner you'll over hnve.
Ilemcmher the elaborate uro
gram that will bo prosonted by
tho Williams School Parent
Teachers' Association in the J. J.
ligh school this afternoon and
evening, it will be well worth
while. Do not miss it.
Tho Ladies' Aid of the Pioneer
M. 15, church met In the church
pnrlors Wednesday, Oct. 18th,
in honor of Mrs. ltighy's birth
day. Mrs. Kemp made the spcceli
of congratulation, on the long
aud useful lifo of the guest. A
comforter was tied, then dainty
refreshments served to a good
The school girls of St. Johns
lavo at various times felt a little
tit jealous at tho Hoys' Chorus
and have wished there was a
Girls' Chorus, Well, such a thing
ms commenced and all are wel
come to get into same. There are
weekly rehearsals at tho liaptist
church on Friday evenings at
7:45. It is not only for girls but
a mixed chorus of both boys nnd
girls. Co mo and help along. The
plan Is a Community Chorus for
Christmas of several hundred
children. Mr. Kreckel, last
year's director of the Whitney
Joys' Chorus, has charge. Kop.
Extraordinary interest Is being
displayed in the coming smoker
staged at St. Johns Woolen Mills
club house, which is going to be
leld Friday evening, Oct. 27th.
'Jul Turner, the Canauian mid-
(Ho weight- champion wrestler
is minlly going to get a chance to
show the wrestling fans how
good a wrestler ho is. He agrees
to throw Fireman Orchard
twice within one hour or forfeit
the match to Orchard, and as
they are going to. wrestle winner
take all, it should bo a humdinger
of a match. Orchard has been
training faithfully ut the fire
tall and says ho is 111 the best of
condition for the match, but if
there is anybody mat, Johns who
wants a workout he'd be only too
glad if they come up to tho lire
station, and he'll take them on
one and all. E. Ilanzl, also of St.
Johns, is going to take on Tom
urown or Astoria.a heavyweight,
in the scmi-windup. aud there is
going to be another good prelimi
nary. There is no question but
that the initial smoker of the sua-
sen staged in St. Johns is going
to no a good one, Tho price of
admission is 50c for ladius and
$1.00 for gentlemen. Reported.
FIII5I5 A Oold Fish and Globe
with every $1 purchase of Nyal,
A. D. S., Penslnr or Currin runic
dy or toilet article.
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Eyes examined, glasses fitted.
We do it right.--Dr. W. J. Oil
strap, Physician and Sitrgcoii.
1-4 Peninsula Security Illdg.
A Hallowe'en parly will he
given by the Community Club 011
Tuesday evening, Oct. Hist. More
concerning the atl'air will appear
in the next issue.
H. L. Whislcr of 811 Smith avo
tiue brought n couple of pears
into this olllcu that wore unusally
large, last Friday. His tree was
loaded down with tlicm.
Something of wry great im
portance will happen next Mon
day night at the high school. All
parents of hoys in the Whitney
Chorus are urgently roiuested to
he there at 8 p m. P. S. We
know why, but wont tell. Hep.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Halm of MS X.
Leonard street were pleasantly
surprised Tuesday evening, Oct.
I mIi, the occasion being in honor
of their twentieth wedding anni
versary . Those attending were:
Mr. aud Mrs. A. Histmi and fiim
iy, Mr. aud Mrs. F. iJuccrniiuin,
Lillian and Margaret Ituecrmaii,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kreckel, Mr. and
Mi's. F. Leverence. Delicious re
freshments wore served.
Tho University Park Communi
ty Club will give a Hallowe'en
party at the Artisans' 'lemple,
Portsmouth and Lombard st roots,
the evening of Saturday, Oct. 2.S,
beginning at K o'clock. A pro
gram, refreshments including
piinlan pie, Hint danciiiL f or
those who desire to drmcc, nro
planned. The object is to push
the library fund up another notch
and to give everybody a good
time wlule doing it, say the committee.
The St. Johns Study club niotin
the St. Johns branch library 011
Wednesday of hint week. Discus
sion of the pncnt unclean condi
tion of somo of the streets 111 the
district resulted in the appoint
ment of a committee, consisting of
Mrs. P. A. Get, chairman, Mrs.
J. N. Harney and Mrs. H. F. Hus
son to bring tho matter to tho at
tention of the street cleaning de
partment. Mrs. E. S. Harrington
read a paper on "Northwest Fie
tion Writers," which was follow
ed by discussion. Koll call was
ausworod with quotations from
Northwest fiction writers. The
now year books were distributed.
Tho next mooting of the club
will bo held October 25, whon
Mrs. llossie Nosbitt will road a se
lected short story and Mrs. if. M.
Shaw aud Miss Florence Gould
will road poems from Northwest
Mrs. Frank A. Rice, -112 S. Edi-
son street, on Wednesday nftor
noon, eutortaiued Mrs. Alice M.
MeNaught, Democratic nominee
for State Legislature from Mult
nomah county. Mrs. Rice is
strong in her pianos of Mrs. Me
Naught s candidacy aud plat
form, standing as she does for on
ly such legislation as will bu for
the good of all of the people, fa
voring a graduated statu income
tax on twenty-five hundred dol
lars aud up, and believing that
political education is patriotism
paramount. Mrs. MeNaught
states that what we need Ls a de
mocracy a democracy to secure
a just balance of masculine ud
feminine minds in all legislative
bodies, as woman's mind and
ideals, coupled with those of man,
cannot fail to be productive of
great and lasting good to society.
Mrs. MeNaught has proven her
self to be posse-shed of leadership,
a woman of strong personality
and with the courage of lior con
victions, all of which are necessa
ry in a representative of tho people.
FREE A Gobi Fish and Globe
with every $1 purchaso of Nyal,
i. D. b., Peuslar or Currin romo-
dy or toilet article.
. The Big Load Man, Empire 1133.
Men, come in and Holler at
ROGERS for a collar.
Furnished apartments to let at
207!) Van Houteu street; Empire
08(58 . 50
For Sale Cheap Kimball pin
110. Phone Empiro 1015.
Hoys' all wool Maokinows
Cord Wood, old growth, Empiro
For Sale Sliubert piano, very
reasonable. Call at Tit S. Jersey
Pleasant room, good homo
cooking for four men, in private
home, modern, home privileges.
vol) Syracuse St.; Empire MO!).
RUBERS for the whole Hloom
ing Family ROGERS.
Better Wood, Empiro 1133.
Jersey oow for sale cheap, (.'all
210(i Willamette boulevard.
For Sale Winchester shotgun,
12 gauge. Call evenings H01 S.
Wiggle your toes
hi ROGERS' HOSE.
Twelve Inch Inside Mill Wood and
Planer Trimmings. Empire 1133.
For Sale Fine (i room modern
home, partly furnished, double
garage, poultry houso, $:)(i()().(H).
Tonics. 721 Oswego street.
Extra Special! Seven piece glass
Horry Set only 5Dc at Kasinoyor's
Wool Pants all wool hut Un
buttons guaranteed to not rip.
ravel or wear down at the hccls-r
For Trade A (JO acre farm
witli equipment for St. Johns
residence. Couch & Hursiiu,
"Hotter Wood" Ool. 2D8.
Hilly goat for service. M. R.
Green, 810 Smith avenue North;
ROGERS soils Shoe Oil Iluy
your shoes from HOGEHS ami
you won't need any.
Would like to board and room
a couple with child or two; good
care given children; $75 per
mouth for couple and one child
or $85 for couple with two child
rcu. Call at this olllee.
Tickle the old man with a pair
of HOGEHS' house slippers on
the bottom of the feet.
Furnished rooms, block from
car line. 208 E. Hurlingtoii St.
Found A reader on N. Edison
street. Owner can have same
by identifying same and paying
for notice. 20:10 Willamette lilvd,
I 'ho Gico electric light globes
and save money 011 your light
hill. jll sizes at Kasinoyor's V11
House for Hunt Four rooms,
$1(1.50 per mouth. Call 812 North
White Narcissus l()o dozen, 215
Burr, corner Lombard St. 51
For Sale White Pekin ducKs,
also Flemish Giant rabbits. Till!
E. Charleston street.
Dressmaking aud tailoring at
my homo, -125 15. Mohawk street
Mrs. Fay Mills. 52
Eyes examined, glasses fitted
We do it right. Dr. W J. Gil
strap, Physician and Surgeon,
1-1 Peninsula Security Hldg.
About forty persons are now
eurollud in the night classes at
James John high school of which
.Mrs. R. O. Hrand and D. It. Cook
are instructors, Mrs. Brand is 111
charge of two advanced classes 111
English and an advanced class in
citizenship, while Mr. Cook
teaches the seventh and eighth
grades. Enrollment in the classes
is still increasing, but there is
room for more, ( lasses are held
on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday evenings of each week.
Mrs. John W. Tabor of Los An
geles lias been the guest of Mrs.
H. G. Brand on Seneca street.
Burlington Dancers, Notice!
Accommodations have been
made with 'The Liiintou Bus Co,'
for enrrj ing passengers to aud
from Burlington Dance Hall on
Saturday evenings. Bus leaves
Park and Oak strootu at 8:15 p.
m.; leave Wlutwood Court at
8;-15 p. m. Special round trip
fares. For information call Em
Four room modern house, fur
nace, close in, good dutriet,$!IOOO.
107 N. Jersey St.; Empire 0SH7.
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
this offlcc, 75u each.
I Earning Saving Investing
Do not cling to the mistaken idea that your iiimll enrnlnftS
leave no margin for SAVINGS.
That is the alibi used by those who desire to remain iw
The little bit left over after tnking out the monthly expenses
is yours to save. It is your wot king capita and the proper In
vestment of it creates a working ally which will help you through
stressful periods and maintain you in comfort in old age.
Study the following table and decide upon a course of Econ
omy which lias been the nicaus of placing nitmy irnHviduftWiitthe
class of the Successful.
3 por cent Savings Compounded Semi-annually
pay as follows:
Peninsula National Bank
COURTESY, SERVICE, SECURITY
MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
Thu offir Rood only from Oct. JtUh to Otl Sltfr
Aluminum Pudding Pan
We arc making
this oiler solely for
the purpose of af
fording you an op
portunity to give
real service test in
vnnr nun Llfrlir-n.
Wc want you to Slid the
uinercncc, t-r.UL. tne tuner
Ktgular Price f.9S
CWr only 20c c)
tKmul.tr '.. in
ence and KNOW
aud iitcnmlx of
less thick metal
arc offered at a
SI. JOHNS HARDWARE GO.
THE WINCHESTER STORE
Something a Little Thp
belter in a Healer I llu
No. 19, Mission
No. 21, Mission
mtm nmm ituwuwM MUM
No. 19, Mission J A
B Wood Only r0.1U
No. 21, Mission flf
B Wood Only. V3W.Mv
Gash or Credit
HL F- CLA
THE FURNITURE MAN
MAKING HOUSEWORK EASY
Clean steel knives and
forks remove stains and
Cleans Scours Polishes
V.I. XV .vr
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., N.w York, U. S. A.
Cards of tlinnkn unticoK nro
charged for at tho rato of fifty
conta each. Persona desiring to
mvn Hiioh unticM ntililisdind
should make a note of this.
The Hi-vicw hus itpproxiuiately
7500 road era in St. Johua,
.Advcrtisi'isi, pleow gt yotlf
copy in 1m V"'.ln"iday noon, if at