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1UU OHHGON t DAILY JOUUIAL, t POIlXLAIiD, CHL
Wife of Eahcher
Victim of BulletV
Of Husband's Gun
raised the . weapon, Mrs. Yenney - said
TJont shoot, it's m. hen. i.
streets and given a room by George
Butler., admitted j in. jtounicipal - court
Wednesday that he stole " 930 from
Butler's pockets. Judge EkwaU gave
him 0 days with hard labor on the
rock: pile tor hie deed. rr
thought that Yenney .forgot to,
pat the ..safety catch on his gun and
in some manner it went off while he
was walking behind hist wife, the
charge striking her low in the shol
4er. She fell In his arms and died
almost immediately, according to in
formation reaching here.
DEIVEB'8 -LICEJTSE BT7SPB3CDKD
A fine of $100 and a 20-day suspend
ed sentenced was given Nicholas Re bo
In municipal court Thursday on con
viction of a charge or driving an auto
mobile while intoxicated. His driver's
license was suspended until January
COMING TO CLOSE
Groceries Special Saturday and Monday
Walla Walla, Wash., Sept. S. Mra
Hermina A. Yenney; 40. wife of Con
Yenney, ranener living sevesi miles
north of here, was instantly killed
Thursday afternoon by the' accidental
discharge of a shotgun her husband
was s carrying, according to a report
received by Coroner Joe Chamber
lain. The accident occurred at the Yenney
farm home, while the two were walking
up Dry creek to make some repairs
on an Irrigation ditch, the ' report
stated. Yenney took a shotgun along
to kill any grouse that he might see.
and when he. thought he saw one and
JXOUB SPECIALS . . ...(
- Crews or Otynple, O-Ib. ik.-,v.,.-.,..,,.
v eeee Flosr for Pasrrv. 4S-1S. seek .........
Saturday will end the bis canning
-week of this season. Peaches are
plentiful at present, and are selling: at
-,i and 85 cents per box for the better
' ; Peaches from The Dalles are show
! riff .up better ( than Yakima fruit, on
account of the irrigation of Taklma
lands. Non-irrigated- peach lands
produce much better fruit than do the
irrigated farms. .pi
(Persons wanting cheaper peaches
skould buy Willamette valley stuff.
Considerable dry rot is in the local
fWH after it has been on the market
several days, and dealers are endeav-
ortng: to get rid of their stocks as soon
as possible. The peaches are not badly
Injured and can be used for canning,
since all that is necessary is cutting
out the small spots of the rot.
Tomatoes' and pears are .coming in'
irbod at present, and should be taken
.before very soon if the better quality
ts wanted. f
1 jrare Jiouea oats, s-id. saea
HAH 8 SPECIAL:
Sagar-Cared, Half or Whole, jier lb..,
COCOA, bulk. 1 lb.
1 box Soda Crackers. i lbs. -5Q
.Chocolate, bulk. 1 lb. 2
1 box .Graham, lbs 1
vioriee. regular 4ic : SPXJ1AX
a It, for a 99e
Our Special Blend, 4 lbs Sl.OO
FULL. LINE OF TEAS IN PKOS.
AND BULK PRICES RIGHT.
Mrs. Schiet's Macaroni. Noo- .
: . dies. Spaghetti, Vermicelli. S
Jpkgs. .V.. ,.....SSe
Spaghetti, in bulk, 4 lbs 25
Macaroni, in bulk. 4 lbs 25
Rice, Jap style. 3 lbs. for.... .25
Red Mexican Beans, 4 lbs..... 25
Ralston Bran, 1 pkg. 15
Shaker Salt i
Royal Baking Powder, 12 -ox
1 package Dates, special lOc
Jersey Cornflakes, per pkg 8
linger snaps, oulK, s ids. tor.
New Black Figs, fancy, per lb-22 e
New Black Fiers. standard. Aer
.. Fare Mountain Honey,
Pints . . .. ., ...,35
Bulk bring jar per lb. ..... 15
Onions, white, 10 lbs. 25
Potatoes, 14 lbs. 25, 0 lbs. -
80. 100 lbs S1.50
PEACHES FOR CANNING
EXTRA FANCY, LARGE
SIZE. PER BOX. 85
WATER MELON SPECIAL
per lb 194
ADMITS THEFT, SENTENCED
William Long, picked from the
Stoae Jars Ail Sises From 1-Gallon
Tp i- to Is-ralloB, 20 9r gallon,
covers extra. ' rait J arn 'Economy, -2 Glass Tops,
i , ' 1-
GOli. - r- .
i 1 L. 1 . . ,1,1,, i yi ' b Ba ', .. '.f i ' , 'J-iu -
WI iS! lteaiuif mm ' l fill ; I
yi3CP , J'fl mm
FIXED OX TOVB. CHARGES
Mike Loro, convicted In municipal
curt Wednesday of bootlegging:, was
fined an aggregate of J500 on four
"charges placed against him. The
charges also netted him a total of 5Q
days In JaiL Izo is a north-end char
acter. Nick Yasic, said to have ben
W lieutenant of Loso's, was fined J200
and sentenced to 20 days in jail.
Masea and Xerr Self-SeaJlu g.
ORIEN VAN SCHOONHOVEN
Main Store 1H-U6 f d SU, cor. Taylor. Branch 183 3d St, cor. Yamhill.
We Deliver Orders of $i or Over East Side, Mosday, Wednesday, Fri
day! West Side, Erery Day. Main 126!.
The cheapest meat on the mar- CC-
ket. Special, 2 dozen OOC
llraded, 2 dozen 65
Fresh Creamery, 2 pounds
FtfLX CREAM CHEESE,
2 (pounds for...
, per Jiound
CblCDEJrSED ' MILK,
LL GOODS RETAILED WHOLE
SALE AT THE
La Grande Creamery
" FIRST AXD YAMHILL
s cut rXte
. 213 FOURTH ST.;
5 - Near Salmon
i Snaps for Saturday
I Lux 8c
I - 2 to n Customer
3-lb. tin Crisco 69c
Rinso, 5c Pkg".
t"., -2 to , a Customer
: 3-lb. Box Plain
Soda 'Crackers 45c
: Bacon 20c Lb.
; : About 3 lbs. to Chunk
Do Yoti?- "Irresistably Deliciotxs"
Robt. & H. C. Cook, N. W. Distributors, Seattle, Wash.
A. Y. Steeves, Local Agent. Telephone Auto. 612-32
YOU WANT THE BEST
QUALITY IVIEATS AND POULTRY?
Buy Saturday at the
DYER'S MEAT MARKET
Most Centrally Located Market in the City
268 Morrison, Between 3rd and 4th
Our Prices Are Low
Pride of Iowa
HAMS and BACON
Baby Beef fl
Roast, lb... J. 8MB
Hens, per lb.
Grain Fed Pork,
Ham Roast, QQi
wih . iSoC
Roast, lb.. .
Beef, lb. .
Pure Pork TCr
Steer Boil HZ
at . . a
- Be Here Saturday
YOU'LL COME AGAIN
( 7 A 1 1 EXCITED! IF YOUR AUGUST .NLM rjll
v, JS GROCERY BILL SEEMED HIGH Ztfk
Three Stores With Uniform Prices
No. 1 267 Yamhill Street, Between Third nnd Fourth Streets
No. 2140 East Twenty-fourth St. N Near Sandy. EAat 4686
No. 31752 Sandy Boulevard, Hear Sixty-ninth St. TAbor 1078
Sat and Mon. Specials
SUGAR Pure cane, 10 pounds. . . . T2
FLOtBr Olympic. 49-lb '.81.83
MILK Carnation or Bordens, 5 c'ns 45
COFFEE M. J. B., 3 pounds 81.18
Royal Club or Gtolden West, 3 lbs. 81.12
Freeman's Best, lb 35; 3 lbs- 81.00
r,IPT03f8 TEA Lb. T8l lb 40
CHOCOLATE Ghirardellis, lb 29
3 pounds 83
CBISCO 3 lbs. 73d! 6 lbs 81.37
9 lbs 81.99
'WESSON or MaJEola Pints 27 'C
QU 491 KaL 95ei sal. 81.79
KOYAL BAKISO POWDER, 12-oz. 40i
CALITMET BAK'G POWD'B, 16-os. 29e'
PEAS New crop. 2 cans 25
COR3T Li. of V. Golden B.. 2 cans. .49
ASPARAGL'S Tips, Hillsdale, 2 cans 494
PISEAPPLE, grated, b, 2 cans.... 254
uoi'OA Bunt umraraeure, z iD3....c
COR5 FLAKES Kellogff's, pkg 94
SHRKDDEIt WHEAT, package 1Q4
:REAM OF AVHEAT, package 234
BEANS Small White, Red Mex., Bayo or
Pink, 3 pounds. 254
DTSTEK8 Fancy. 5-oz. can.
Ower of Freen,an'.QaUtj tVZlLh V.- t
form Prices JAi.l or economy caps, z aox...&
JAR RUBBEBS, extra heavy. 3
PAROWAX, package 154
JELLO, assorted, package 94
BI TTER Clackamas, pound 474
CHEESE Fun cream, lb. ... .274
ItAISIXS 15-oz. pkgs., 3 for 504
SOAP Creme Oil, Ivory or Fejs
Naptha, 7 bars. . . . '. 484
Rinso. 7 pkgs. 48c; Fab. 5 for 494
- 4 53 ''
J -J"- Cte-- "
Crystal White, 10 bars 484
White Wonder, 12 bars 484
AT STORES SO. 3 AKB
PEACHE8 Fancy Yakima 7A
Klbertas, good size, box. . . 5C
Rex Picnic Shoulder, lb 184
Rex Bacon, well streaked, lb. 364
Swift's Premium Ham, half or
whole, pound 304
Open Saturday Till P. 31.
use fussing and cussing around when there is a 20th Centurjr Store near. you.
. You can save 10 per cent or more on your September bill. It's a lot easier than
" working for it the saving it.
Extraordinary Savings for Saturday and Monday Are
Cream of Wheat Package 20
Crisco 1-lb. 25 l2-lb. 372 3
lb. 73 6-lb. $1.37 9-lb. for
Ghirardelli's Chocolate 1-lb. can 27
Cocoa Pure ftulk, 2-lb. can 15
1922 Comb Honey Large full sections,
Shaker Salt Package 10
Queen Olives Full pint Mason jars,
Honey Extract from 1922 crop, pint
Golden West Coffee 1-lb. can 38
We Are Headquarters for Yakima El-
berta Peaches Box 75
Onions Fine yellow stock, 5 lbs, 84
10 lbs. 15
New Potatoes 14 lbs 25
Lemons 2 for 52 6 for 15
Canned Milk Federal' or Darimade, 3
cans for 25? 12 for $1.00
Borden's or Carnation, 3 cans 27
12 cans $1.08
' Kerr's Fancy Patent Flour 49-lb. sack
$1.83 (this flour made from old
. wheat), barrel $7.25
Vlm Flour 49 pound $1.83 barrel
r- .$7 ; ,
eans Small White, Red Mexican ora
Pinks, all 3 lbs. 23 10 lbs. 75
T Peaberry Coffee, extra strong quality,
roasted daily in our own plant; 28c
,v lb. 2 lbs for 55
Royal WTiite Soap 5 bars 20 10
bars 39 i
Rinso Small package 5 large pack
V age 20
, Royal Baking Powder G ounce 20
-.12 ounce 40S 2y2-b. $lil9
5-pound $29 'X
There are hundreds of other good reasons like these why these stores are popular
e . with Money Savers
" REALLY NO BETTER- PLACES N
" . )... ...
.v-.rv;.. i ' -- : i i v ' . .......
166 Second St.; 169 Third St.; 168 Fifth St.; 731H Washington St.; StaD 4 in
Yamhill Sanitary Market ; Park and Yamhill Sts in Auto Bus Terminal? 675 Wil
liams Are.; 1047 Williams Ave.; 11384 Union Ave.:0 577 Milwaukie Ave.- 1675
East 13th St.; 5940 92d St. S. E.; 1009 Union Av! N?; 1019 7th St Ogon Cit?
All Goods Plainly Marked Less Than Downtown
Hour, all brands, 49 lb. sack '. ...... . .$1.89
Fairy Soap, bar .; ...... 5c
Hershey's Cocoa, Ai lb. tins, each". 15c
Dependable Pepper, 2 oz. tin 5c
20 Mule Team Soap Chips, large pkg . . .27c
Royal Club Cdffee (stick of candy free), lb. 37c
3 lbs. y. $1.07
Jar Rubbers, grey, extra thick, fioz .6c
Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack ...... 27c
Minced Clams, tall cans, each. 20c
Comb Honey, No. 1 grade 19c
Federal Milk, tall cans, 3 cans for. 27c
537 Williams Avel, near Russell St.
144 Killingsworth Ave., near Albina Ave.
1381 Sandy BlvdJ, corner 50th St.
271 East Broadway, corner Williams Ave.
. 1362 Hawthorne A corner 48th St.
Restaurant and Mail Orders Filled at 74 Front Street
I QU AJJTY STORES I
Hostess 7 saps about
If I had to make something to serve
with my dainty luncheons and suppers,
I would pattern after Snow Flakes if I
could. But I can't approach their crisp
hess and thin daintiness. The hostess
will find Snow Flakes indispensable in
' serving broths, salads, cocktails, ancf
many other party dishes.
Don't ask for crackers,
Sold in red packages
and in bulk
Pacific Coast Biscuit Co., Portland, Ore.
W R2oglll8lrcl "
li Eaisi ill 6 i i s f j UL ll
HEALTHIER HOMES WITH THE
SANITARY HOUSE CLEANER
jfr. rrooa so. ca.
White Wonder Soap
makes dishes really ,cean
REMOVES spots from RUGS
FINE for WASHING MACHINE
RENEWS painted wood work
. Ask your Grocer for
; White Wonder Soap
There are twenty-five cheese kitcliens ;
in the famous Tillamobk valley. v All
are members of the Tillamook County Cream
ery Association. Every pound of cheese pro
duced is trademarked. . ' t : ' I : " -
Every fxmnd cf cheat
mmd in Tillamook
County is branded
"TfOamook!. Ho other
is genuine. ,
Look for the ;name Tillamook'' on the '
rind. It is ypur assurance of sujribr cuaUty. :
It means'" that' there are ; five quarts of full :
cream milk to : the ppuhd-rthat the cheese" ;
you buy today is as ''gxdt youVbwght
yesterday! This uniformity is maintained by '
inspection of herds careful handling of milk, .
matchless skill in cheese.making.
Tillajnttook is the best cheese you can buy. Try '
it melted on toasted crackers for Sunday, night's . j
supper. Order today from your grocer by the
slice, or in 3, 6 and 14 pouna famuy sizes.
; .: ' 1''"i;-";''':';S4 -' :' .:.i--'y '
: TIXXAMOOK COUNTY CREAMERY ASSOCIATION
Tillamook. Oregon . ..X
IS rlmw kitchen, owned - and
' ronpwhrilT by tlx TiUamoofc