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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1922)
C H R I
Make Your Plans Right Now
We all know that plans well laid are tasks hralf completed
Your own homo store is to bo a larger factor in your Christmas shopping this yoar than ever before. There are to be some nicer gifts than St. Johns has over
Littorally thousands of hnndkorchiefs priced from five cents to $2.00 each. Ireland Dress Gloves, Dent Fabric Gloves. Wonderful Warm Brush Scarfs, Geno Palmer Toilet
Silk Lingeries, Books, Gamos and Toys in choice selection. Next week there will be much activity in our store getting these and many ether things ready for your Inspection
recommend that you make your choico early.
This week we are making an advance showing of Brush Scarfs. Priced $2.00 to $6.50. These are attractive, comfortable garments acceptable as a winter garment.
A large stock of Holeproof Hosiery, Silk, Heathers, Silk and Wool Lisle. Prices 50c to $2.50. The Hose that Wears.
THE FL0RSHEIM PARKWAY
What the Better Dressed Men Do
Every Detail of the Klorsheim Parkway suggests Style.
The Square Too is the Vogue of the day .
The Cord Tip and Slant Cut Vamp adds to their neat ap
pearance and fine fitting shapes
. Dress Shoes In other Grades $4.65 11 P
They go to the most reliable store
displaying standard merchandise.
There they know they will receive
only clothes that will improve their
personal appearance and good
clothes make or mar your chances
Men's or Young Men's Suits
$27.50 to $42.50
High School Suits .$19.50 to $27.50
WorK Clothes for the
Hip Bodts, Extra Quality Red Rubber $7.00
Knee Boots In Black or Red, Goldseal, U. S., or
Goodrich Brands .$4.50 and $4.85
Rubber Shoes with Heavy Solos and Ribbed
Vamp $3.50, $3.85r and $4.25
Aquapelle Coats, SIzo 36-38, Special $1.95
BONHAM & CURRIER
MISS PLASKET, Buyer Dry Goods Dept.
L. E. ROSE, Mgr. Men's Dept. f
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CALL FOU ST. JOHNS IM.
In Aueordnuco with provision
or Unl minion No. IL'O.ili passed
by the Council November lfith,
19122, fit. .IoIiiih Improvement
boniln numbered (57H to (iHli inelii-
nivc, dntcil .Innuiiry Hint, 11)1 1,
aro hereby cmIIpiI lor redemption
Jmiunry IIIhI, 1!)2.'l.
The fiieti value with neeruvd
interest will bu paid upon pre
Mentation of Haiti bonds at the of
fice of the uudcrsiKiied on t lie
abovu date, the said date being
semi.nmiunl coupon period. Krom
nnd nfter Niiid date the interest
on naIiI IioikIh hIihII ueiiNo.
Date of firat publieatioii, Doe.
For a Limited Time we will do
Ford Work at following Prices.
Motor and Trans. Overhauled $20.00
Rear Axle Overhauled $6.00
Other Operations in proportion
Como In and talk It ovor
Weeks & Ball
I0f. W. I.envllt St.
Phone Ktnpiic 1590
CALL FOR ST. JOHNS IM
. PROVEMENT BONDS.
In accordance with proviHion
of Ordinance No, 42055 passed
by the Council November Ifith,
lUi!-:. ht. .Johns Improvement
Bonds No, Ml U 077 inelumve,
dated Jonuary lOlli, 1011, nra
hereby called for redemption
January 10th, 1U33.
The face vnlue with interest
will be pahI upon presentation o
Atid bonds at the office of the
undersigned on the above date
the Haul dAto bcinir ticmiauuua
coupon period. From and after
naiu dates tno interest- on sau;
bonds shall ooa.se.
Date of first publication, Deo
(Vy Nancy Byrd Turner
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hy kn.t) U,J, (h,r ni(krrln
WIChout, on IlltU wUtrul ro.
la drooplm lonard til. Uarrtn earth.
A frt had bitten the April fruit,
A bllfht had e.ar.d the auimuer com,
harp hall had emllt.n to the rout
Tb golden tarler, overborne.
"Mut eh," be crl.e, -J love you, iwtetl
what ahall we reck of wind or n wittier
lng aa we can eur.ly meet
Ta euoahlne and the etorui tosethert"
Her meaner little rarden prayed
All lent July for quenching- rain:
Tfce ead-eyed rattle left the eliade
T aeek their cooling creek In vain)
TIM newer that her hande had chetl.hed,
That made the border temity-brlaht,
Wuy bowed their lovely head and er
Her tear had fallen at the alghL
al ah." ah breath., "I ov you,
M caainot truly matter whether
Wa fata the year or lo.e the year,
Jviai m w live the year together."
Wkea em the hearth a fagot fall
An break to audden leaping light;
A erteket In a corner ralle;
B elleaoe deepeu down the night
Tfc elrcle of hU young arm make
A aiulter where the dark had been)
Tt I4 clock oa the mantel wakee
t4 crle Tnankigtvlng In.
St. Johns Grocery
(Formerly C. S. Hucy's Storu)
02 South Jersoy street, Corner Leavltt
Phone Umpire 0S28 WE DELIVER FRGE
Trade at the Store Where Your Dollar buys the Most
WE SELL THE BEST FOR LESS
Drop hi and sco Our Speclnls for Friday, Saturday and
Monday. Satisfaction or your money back.
The Home Mercantile Co.
Is Headquarters for your Coal and
Briquettes for Fuel. All kinds of
Hay, Gram and Feed for your stock.
Stock and Poultry Remedies
Moulting Mash for your hens.
This is the time of year to feed
Egg Mash, for eggs are advancing
in price. We have all kinds of
Building Materials. Buy Roofing
Paper to fit yotir roofs. See our
stock of Doors, Windows, Etc.
Come in and get our prices.
The Home Mercantile Co.
iO0 W. littrlinuton Street
Baautlful gray or
black adult oaakat,
haaraa, box, 2 nutoa
mbalmlng nnd rafln-
d rvlo for
Higher priced funeral In proportion.
Beautiful New I'loral Chapel.
We manufacture cuskete.
Private Pamlljr Room
Complete Auto Equipment
MILLER & TRACEY
Broadway 2601 Indapandant Funaral Dlraotora O 1844
Washington at Ella Street. Between 20th and 2lt Street, West Side
Sunset Gash Grocery
Cooking Utensils mff CLEAN m Ph,,ade,ph,a st-
Phone Empire 1148
Please Telephone your Orders Early and help
us give you better service
C. J. MUCK, Grocer
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Phone Empire 0118
217 S. Jersey St.
Phone Emlre 0118
For quick results on
all metalwaro use
Cleans Scours Polishes
Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials
13 Pounds Best Cane Sugar - $1.00
Wuuf.ci.titi Eaa Horn'. Si C.. Nw Ywk. U.S. A.
St. Johns Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Umpire 063 1
Foot of Burlington St,
;) lbs. No. 1 Spaghetti 25o
( lbs. No. 1 Maearom. . . . 25o
D.ii-imndo Milk, a can . 10c
l Mi Kit rinll..n lfml find RRft
I nks. Aro t'onrstarch ,...25o
'o. I Grade standard Corn,.12e
No. 1 grado standard Strinir
'. grado No. 2 tin
- ll. tin Englo CliiHJolate. . . .70o
1'ionio Hams 18c
Hfst Grade Clams 25o, 2 for 45c
Hest iirado Shrimps 20c
Best Grade "Walnuts 30o
Good Oysters , 15c
uoyal linking I'owder 42c
ivnigms- salad UU, qt 43c
AVesson Oil, qt 60c
Wesson Oil, pt 27c
Hulk Cocoa, lb. 10c
tall i-l . M m
iHUK sweet uiocolate 20o
Tin Hlu assorted Cookies.. 25o
Del Monte Catsun 25c
inmpueils Tom. Soup ...,,10c
uet our prices on Potatoes,
Flour nnd Case Goods.
Don't fail to try our Bulk
steel Cut Coffee.
13 lbs. Best Cano Sugar. $1.00
.A. L O .A D O IP WOOD
According to the City Inspector can be
Pay little attention to price. " Watch your
ticket for the measure you get for your money.
St. Johns Lumber Co.
We Give S. & II. Green Stamps
DUNCAN BROS,, Prop.
Men's Winteer weight Union
suits $1.45 HOGKHS.
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
this office; 75c each.
Slab and block wood raised,
$0,00 a load; dry slab and block
$7.00 load; planer wood, $5.50.
CIS North Hudson street; Enipire
St. Johns Transfer Company .
Local Hd Long Distance Hauling
We are the Oldest on the Peninsula and are Equip-
pd to give you the beet of Service on Mov- '
ing, Packing and Shipping. "