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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 21 January 1910

THE IT. JOHNS REVIEW PubUahd Ever? Friday At 117 Wert Burlington Stroct. BY A. W. MARKLE Tim RRVinw Is entered nt po,t office In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns mall matter of the second claw under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Job Prlntlnr iitenUA In nritetau iiyl. Mite for Jo Prlnllnf ruth on dtlTrr. All aoaimunleaUoni thonld bo sadrtuia to Tha BtTUv, Ht. Jolinn. Orrron. AdtntlilaK rti. S1.00 pr Inch pr month. All tdtoitltlnr blllt prtl nnt of eh Offlelai Vtwipapir of tfct City of St. Joana, Subscription prise $1.00 paryaar. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1901. A pessimist is otic who fenrs that the hole in the doughnut is larger than he thinks it is. The name of the new Chinese minister. Chin Yin Tang, sounds like three jingles of a sleigh bell. Dr. Cook has discovered that everybody is from Missouri when it comes to that North Pole visit of his. A Chicago woman holds that large feet are evidence of great brains. Perhaps so, but it's n poor place to keep them. A Boston paper informs us tha...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 21 January 1910

It will pay you well to examine these sewing ma chines before you buy. They have all modern im provements and labor saving de vices. Warranted for 10 years. ' Exnctly like cut, only $22.50 $5.00 down, S5.00 Monthly OUR PRICES ARE LESS because we don't have to pay f an agent several i days wages to sell f one machine. We send them I Cabinet Machines $40.00 out on trial. Local News. Wm. J. ivUimey of Uastou is spending a few days aniotiK his many friends in St. Johns. Bring tu your o!d school books and trade them for new ones at Frank Clark's. Mrs. A. L. Caples of Vancouver lias been the guest of Mrs. J. A Stark during the past week. Harry Rntlcuge has returned with his family to St. Johns after a residence of one year Eugene. or so at I). E. Crawford, formerly editor of the Mount bcott News, was pleasant caller at the Review office 1 ucauuy. R. A. Fletcher, who has been quite ill for some time past, is slow ly improving, and his friends hope to soon sec him around as usual. Remember ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 21 January 1910

LIGHTNING A MYSTERY THE PUMA AND ITS PREY. En With Which Pitigonlan Lion Klllid Colt. Tho numi la bo fond of horseflesh This Phenomenon of Nature Is a uat in Patagonia it is aiuicuit to breed horses, ns the colts arc killed by this Ainerlcnn Hon. A native told the nutlior of "The Nnturnllst In I.n IHt IHbUHT Or I HUNUbn. driving his horses homo throuKb a thicket a puma sprang out of tho Puzzle to Science. In Qimril Way It li Understood) but, a Matter of Fact, the Dolt From tha 8torm In Iti Erratic Tend ancln Defiei the Investigator. In a general wny wo understand tbo theory of thunderstorms. As a mut ter of fact there Is no phenomenon of nature, but excepting even earth quakes, of which wo know so llttlo, Mau-tnado llRhtnlnu that Is, dec- bushes to tho back of a colt following behind tho troop. Tho puma alighted directly on the colt's back, with one fore foot grasping Its shoulder, whllo with tho other It RESOLUTION. It is resolved by the city of St. Johns: That, wherens on the 3(1 ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 January 1910

Hfitorlesl Society ST. REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Towbacribe for THIS P(r. AM IIm mwf whBt ti U niwt U ear motto. CtU In and tnroll GET IN THE HABIT Of aemtfcfctc fa TTTW top m4 jrl1 Mr? ftcfrt li Be fto t mm ft4 Iwtf rttM at II Devoted (o the Intertrt of the Penlsrals, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwett VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. 1910. NO. 12 JOHNS ST. JOHNS MAN KILLED While at Work for the Electric Company The following account of the death of Edwin Lax ton, who was electrocuted in Portland wc take from the Evening News. The death was a peculiarly sad one by reason of the fact that Mr. Luxton leaves a widow and four small children who arc just recovering from an attack of the nicnslcs. They reside on East Richmond street unci arc in destitute circumstances. The family arc deserving of all the as sistance and sympathy that can be accorded them. It is, indeed, a time of bitter sorrow for the sur viving ones. The account follows: Poorly protected wires of the...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 January 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 West Darlington Btroot. BY A. W. MARKLE Tun Rkvihw is entered at post office in Saint Johns, Oregon, ns mail mnttcr of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Prlnttnf ttenttd la flrit-elMi atIt. rrinunc tun on dtiirerr. Job tlllli for Job All eommnnlestlon ihoold be ddrmiJ to th Knw, hi. Johni. Oregon. AdTtrtlilns ralat, 11.00 per Inch per month. All adtertltln bills prtl flnt of each month, OffleUl Vawtpapar of lbs Olty of Bt Jamas. Subscription prlea $1.00 per year. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1901. The long continued cold weather of the winter has not line a bad effect 011 crops, ns might hnvc been expected, bin has been rather bene licial to them, according to reports front different parts of the state. Fruit prospects throughout the Northwest arc now the brightest In years, it is said, the cold weather holding back the buds so long that there Is little fear of damage by late frosts. This is showu particularly in ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 January 1910

f DO NOT FORGET That our dining tables ore bought direct from the fac tory at car load prices. We are the heaviest buyers in Portland of the fam ous Lentz tables and guarantee them made of solid Michigan White oak. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT As a close investigation will convince you. Everything up to date in Dining Room furniture. Mtt&t mw.'uh jmUww ' SL Buffet like cut Guaranteed Oak Early .English Finish Only $18.00 Remember the place Chief Mr a OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE A small payment down, a small payment weekly 1 TANTALUM New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp. CHEAPER and MORE STURDY than tha TUNGSTEN. Can be used in KEY SOCKET. Portland Railway Light and Power Go. 147-7th Street 8 You Are Upheld 8 In buying M'i, chisel J, liam. inert and all other hardware from us. It is 1cums our W hardware stock is always Q complete and up to date. J The hardware we are sell. W Ing is the best we can offer 8 the public. Builders and others can always find the exact thing ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 28 January 1910

ABSOLUTE ZERO. Th Fretting Point of Helium Sat la Just Above It. Although familiar to scientists. It Is not generally known that tbo trao zero of heat bas beeu determined. By this absolute zero In meant a temper nturo which cannot gut any colder, which means that no heat whatever exists or can exist at that point. This point Is only about 4G0 degrees below the zero of our ordinary Fahrenheit thermometers or 273 degrees below the zero centigrade. To realize what It signifies a few words must bu placed hero denning beat Itself. Heat Is caused simply by tlio thou sands of llttlo molecules In any body or thing vibrating very fast and thus sending out waves Into tbo ether. When theso waves strlko any matter thoy causo that matter to becoino bat, as wo say. Now, tlio faster these molecules vibrato the more hent Is given out and tlio hotter Is the body Itself. The slower the molecules tbo colder tlio body. Ho, If n condition could bo reached whero the molecules did not vibrato at nil, why,...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 4 February 1910

HtitoTleil Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW NOW UP TO YOU To MtMCrRx for THIS Piptr. ANUmmw whBtKfantwik r motto. CU In uii nroll GET IN THE HABIT Of WnrtMig M TUN I y)Gfl svrvf ftfrvt II ft t mm a4 kt rlcM i H DYoted to tbs latere of the Pealasala, the ManHractarini Center of tfae Northwoet VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1910. NO. 13 BRIDGES OVER THE TUNNEL Will Begin Construction Soon as Possible Ou account of the slow progress being made ou the steel bridges across the cut causing so much com plaint, the Mcaglcy Junction Com tncrcial Club took up the matter with Councilman J. T. Ellis of the Tenth ward, who inquired into the matter and received a response from T. II. Creswell, chief engineer, who has the following to say concerning them: "The matter of these bridges was taken up just before I cumc to Portland, and has been followed up continuously since. Plans were submitted for these Inst spring, which were not approved by the city although they were of standard highway c...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 4 February 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW PuMUhad Erory Friday At 117 West Burlington Streot. BY A. W. MARKLE Tun Rbvirw is entered nt post office In Stint Johns, Oregon, as mail matter ol tne second cum turner tue aci oi grew ol March 3, 1879. Job Prlntlnr iioeoUd In flrit eUti sijls till,- JAk Tinllnv ...ah An riftllVArT. AH commnnlcitlon thonld be ddrene4 to Till Hrrl.w, flt. Jobn. Ortfon. Adrrrtldnc rsltt, 1.00 per Inch pr month. All tdttrtlilnc bllli prlU flnt of xich Ofltclai Hsvtpspsr of ths Olty of 8t Jeans. Subscription price $1,00 par ytar. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1901. The high price of living Is mak ing quite a stir in the world. There is no denying the fact that tilings arc more than n trifle too high. The man who makes $2.00 and pays rent certainly cannot Indulge in many luxuries. It is time that some plan or method he adopted to bring the necessities of life down to a normal level. If something is not done to relieve the pressure, free trade is bound to come, sooner or later. Old man Bennett ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 4 February 1910

DOIMT JUMP The Wrong Way. See lis Our Annual RED TAG SALE NOW ON You can find bargains all along the line and several odd pieces we will close out below the manufacturer's price No. 461 1-2 Q. 0. Dresser sells regular S25.50 Red Tag Sale price - ., $18.00 No. 385 1-2 Q. 0. Dresser extra large rcg. $29.00 Red Tag Sale price - - 21.00 No. 104-27 Oak Chcffonier reg. price $15.00 Red Tag Sale price - - 11.50 Iron Bed No. 998 extra massive rcg. price $15.00 Red Tag Sale price - - 11.00 $28.00 Chatham Cabinet - - 18.00 Other Articles Equally Discounted TANTALUM NcVv Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp. CHEAPER and MORE STURDY than the TUNGSTEN. Can be used in KEY SOCKET. Portland Railway Light and Power Go. 147-7th Street You Are Upheld In buying Mw,chIscU, ham mer and all other hardware front lit. It it became our hardware atock U always complete and up to date. The hardware we are sell ing is the best we can offer the public. Builder and others can always find th...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 4 February 1910

Imply Man Hunt. "I declare!" shouted u bellboy In ono of the big downtown hotels as ho dashed Into the lobby. "1 declare!" he shrieked again, or at lenst It sounded IIUo thnt. An Irascible old Koiitlemnn whoso eardrums wcra Jurred by the shrill screech wheeled about and Blared at the boy. "1 deelarsi" ho piped louder than before. "Well, what's the answer?" demand ed tho old man gruflly. "I declarcl" came tho shrill reply. "Oh. you do, eh?" snorted the old fellow. "Well, why tho deuce don't you?" The bellboy cast n withering glance nt him, gazed scarchlngly nbout tho room and emitted n shrill "Declare!" "Say," exclaimed the old chap, col larlng tho boy, "what tho dickens Is wrong with you, anyway? Are you going crary?" "Naw, 1 ain't goln' crazy," replied the brass buttoned one. "1 got n tele gram for 'om; that's all. Aw, look for ycrselfl" exclaimed the boy disgusted jy as ho Bhoved the yellow envelope under tho old fellow's nose. It was iddressed "1. D. CInlr." "Well, I declare!" ga...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 11 February 1910

Hlitorles! Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NQWUPTOYOU To Mtacrft for THIS Piptr. AM IIm mwi whB H k ntwi U mi motto. CU la and raroll GET IN THE HABIT Of Trtkki I Tins Paoor 4 yM'H stror rvgrri H Be lli at net lnt rtcht at M KMR Dtroted to the loterettt of the PealaMla, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwett VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY n. 1910. NO. 14 A BIG BOON FOR ST. JOHNS Will Be the Improvement of Fessenden Street The uncertainty as to Fessenden street being improved this year has vanished, and from all indications it will be among the foremost to get in line when the weather becomes settled. The property owners in tcrcstcd have done themselves proud in deciding to make the im movement as cood as can be done. Not only have they given a portion of their land in order to widen tlie street, but have concluded to im prove with six-foot cement walk and cement roadwuy its entire width from the cast city limits to Bradford (or railroad) street, and from thence to the r...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 11 February 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Fubllahad Erery Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE TnR Rrvirw is entered at post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, as mnil matter of the second class tinder the Act of Con grese of March 3, 1879. Job Prinltar nxccuUd In Bills tor Jrl l'lli Brit cUn iiylo, All mmnnUitloni thanld bt sddrsusd to Th EtTtW. Bt. John. Orfon. Adrortlilac ritts, 11.00 per Inch pr month. All adftrtltla bllli prH Ant of eub month. . OSMal Ktwipspsr of Us City of M. Jokns. Subscription price $1.00 per year. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1901. There is some food for thought in the difference between the price of livestock at the packing plant, ns quoted each week in the Review, and the price asked by ttie butcher. Who gets the difference? The spectacle of young girls standing at the cntrnnccs of saloons Saturday and requesting the patrons to buy chances on a piano contest was far from being a pleasing sight. Parents should restrain their daugh ters from this practice, ns it only can ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 11 February 1910

DONT JUMP The Wrong Way. See Us Our Annual RED TAG SALE NOW ON You can find bargains all along the line and several odd pieces we will close out below the manufacturer's price No. 461 1-2 Q. 0. Dresser sells regular $25.50 Red Tag Sale price - - $18.00 No. 385 1-2 G. 0. Dresser extra large rcg. $29.00 Red Tag Sale price - - 21.00 Slo. 104-27 Oak Chef fonlcrreg. price $15.00 Red Tag Sale price - - 11.50 Iron Bed No. 998 extra massive rcg. price $15.00 Red Tag Sale price - - 11.00 $28.00 Chatham Cabinet - - - 18.00 Other Articles Equally Discounted Chief Mivd OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE TANTALUM New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp. CHEAPER and MORE STURDY than tha TUNGSTEN. Can be used in KEY SOCKET. Portland Railway Light and Power Co. 147-7th Street ooooooooooooooooooooooooot Q I w , x CJ liit rtHn1Uvtn(ntie hllUd- - ZL. 6 m m Jng and you will do a wise Q thing. You will have a q strongcraml letter itfiicturc 3C at first and aave a lot of x- pair bill later on. G...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 11 February 1910

DMlvln th Widow. A bcaltny looking woman dressed In deep mourning mopped on to the plat form denies nud requested tho grocer's clerk to nsccrtnln her weight. Ho looked and nld. "One. hundred and forty pounds." "You rnnde a mistake of twelve pounds In that woman's weight," said another man who had also watched tho scales, "Bho weighed 102 pounds Instead of 140." "I know that," said the clerk, "but sbo never would hare forgiven me If 1 had told her so. That woman's bur baud died about sis weeks ago. Bho has gained seven pounds In that time, but to keep her In good humor with herself I bad to make her think she had lost live. I don't know why It 1, but nnybody who has suffered bereave tnent seems to consider It it disgrace tu tnko. on flesh. That woman has been weighed thrco times since her husband died. Sho would be shocked If she know sho had gained right nlotig. For tunately she Is too nearsighted to read tho scales herself, so It Is easy to make her think sho Is wasting nwuy." Now ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 18 February 1910

Hlitorleol Society f . ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU GET IN THE HABIT Of MtrrtMf la THIS Pay aa4ft1amrntrtlt B la at asca aa4 kaaa rltkt tk M TaMtmft far THMVFaatr. AS Hm Btw wMb k It Hti U WMM, Ca U b4 mtoM Derates ta (a latereato ef the Pealesala, tlw Maaufactarlai Ceater of the Northweat VOI,. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1910. NO. iS A BIG WAVE OF PROSPERITY Strikes and Envelopes St. Johns Completely St Johus is expecting big tilings' this vcar and with reasob. Build ing, permits In January last year amounted to $2700.' This year "permits amounting, to 11540 were taken but. This is four Mimes the showing made last year in the same time. Permits for February bid ' . fair to greatly exceed those 6f Jan uary. ' . v Busiues in other lines shows the same rate of increase., Real estate is especially active', J. S. Downey has averaged "?iooo per day in 'bis sales for December and January and other dealers are 'reporting especially godU business. 8. L. Dobic says Janu...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 18 February 1910

im 11 : - THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW PublUhed Every Friday At 117 Weat Burlington Btreat. BY A. W. MARKLE Tub Rbvirw la entered at post office In Snlnt Johns, Oregon, as mail matter of the second class tinder the Act o( Con gress of March 3, 1879, Job Prlntlof nonUd In ril-eln iljU, ntlti for Jpb Prlntlnff eatb nn fUtlTsrr. All eoamnnUktlou skoald b address! to ns Bmir, flt. ohm. orcron. Adrtrtlllnr ralM. SI. 00 nr Inch txr month All sdTtrtlila bills psratl Brit o( each month. oaetal Knrrptptr of lis Otty of Si. Jakss. Subscription prion $1.00 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1901. Scientists have discovered a ma chine with which n fellow can dis cover whether a girl is in love with him or not. Still the old fashioned method is not likely to he abandoned. W. C. T. U. ITEMS. The ladies of the Women's Christian Temperance Union will hold services next Monday after noon at 3:30 in the Christian church in memory of l-rnncis h. Willard, the founder of the World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union. An int...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 18 February 1910

SOME BARGAINS IN OUR RED TAG SALE J Tolddo.Range guaranteed ten years, laree 18 , in. oven,reg. price $42.00;-Red Tag Price 35.00 Kitchen Cabinet, class doors, revolviutr flour - bins,;rcg. price $12.50. Red Tag-Pride 16.50 J Red Tag Price ( (i (i $10.50 Cabinet $10.00 " $14.00 " . $28.06 Hardwood Cabinet. Red Tiig Price" $4.50 Treasures, this week - - (i 7.7s , ir-So 18,00 3.'35 Rdmcmber these prices and ask for what you do a7 rf-TeT ay Si BVS Se ft 'Sk .BW BY m BfBT BBF m f OPPOSITE POSTOFFrCE Portland St. Johns Vancouver -1 TANTALUM ,'.- -, New Electric Lamp . a MORE ECONOMICAL than , any carbon filament lamp. . - . ii-' CHEAPER and . MORE STURDY than ,tha "TUNGSTEN. r i J. ' ' Can ba uaad In KEY SOCKET! Portland Railway Light and Power Go. 147-7111 Street" Fat quality into the build lag and you will do wise k. thing. You, will have a L ttroBger.ml better rtructure t fim e mvc a lot 01 re-, ' pair Will later on. Good h quality tutorial can be had at our (tore and you will not hav...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 18 February 1910

V t u Grand Boxing Event : A grand boxing carnival will be given in the St. Johns rink next Thursday evening, Feb. 24th, under the auspices of the Firemen's Athletic, club. The principal event will be a nine-round contest between .Prof. Frank Ely of St. Johns and John Turner of San Francisco. Doth have good records in fistic circles, and the bout promises to be more than ) BBaIsbBBBi HHn vO wnPBBBBJ iHa(i g bbbbbbbbIblSp' Ibbbb .bbbbbbbbbbbbbs bbbbbHBtibV)9' Mi bbb& bbbbHKbbbbbbbh ORDINANCE NO. 278 An OrdhuiKe hmttii Scctfon 10 of Ordinance Ne. 214, EntHled, I "An ordinance te Provide for Carrying Into Effect in the CHy or M. Johns the initiative ana Referendum Powers Reserved to the Legal -Voters of Municipali ties by Section IA of Article IV, I or the constitution or tncMatci of Oregon, and to Enact and Amend Their' Municipal Charters Reserved" to the Legal Voters of Cities and Towns By Section 2 or Article xi, or the constitu tion of the State of Oregon, and Providing Penalty...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 25 February 1910

Historical Society ST. Johns review ITS NOW UP TO YOlf U tor THM Paetr. AM Mm m wkfc k It mm k Mr mU. MkiMrfMnN OET IN THE HABIT of mtat to niw rmm t fee") aefW rtaret U. aw tort mm aMltowe rM M Devee4 te Ik fatereet of tin Peetaea to, tfce MinnfcriBj Center of the NorthwMt VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. igio. NO. 16 BIG EXPLOSION OF POWDER Loosens Many Yards of Rock on West Side . Bight thousand pounds of blast ing powder were touched off by electricity at tht rock quarry Satur day afternoon, near the Clarcmont hotel, throwing down from the fact of a cliff enough rock to keep the rock crusher and city prisoners there busy in repairing roods tor a year. There was no denotation and lit tie smokesimply u dull rumble. and then the face of the cliff moved bodiloutward and crumbled into a mass in the ravine below. There was a slight jar felt in the immc dlate vicinity, but no daniBge was done other than the breaking of a few boards in the stockade fence by the rock slidin...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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