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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 25 February 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 Weit Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Tint Rkvirw in entered at post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, as mail matter of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Job Printing iisenUd In flrst-elsis s.jls. tltll. aw JTaW Ilfitln ft.h All !1lVIrT. All eomraanltstlons should b ddrMd to TBS Bsttsw. Rt. jorniK. oreton. AdTtrtlila rstM, (1.00 per Inch ptr month. All idttitliln bill! prtl flrt of eeh OffleUl Hnrtpspsr of tt City of Bi. fskaa. Subscription prloe $1.00 per year. FRIDAY, FliBRUARY 25. 9i ANNOUNCEMENT. I shall be nn IndmkniI!NT Can didatc for the ofTicc of City Attor ncy for St. Jolnis, Oregon, for the cnstilntr term. My platform shall be "Strict adherence to my oath of office, if elected." Absolutely no other nlcucc to nny person or party, If any man says differently, demand his proof. Geo. J. Perkins, Alt y. Council Meeting Owing to the fact that Washing ton's birthday came on Tuesday, no letral business ...

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. — 25 February 1910

4A eeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeee -rt-rtttttttf mmmh Last Red Week of Tag Sale $30.00 Extra Axuiinster Rug 9x12 28.00 Saxouy Axmiuster Rug 9x12 20.00 Tapestry Rug 9x12 only 14.00 Manor Rug 8-3x10-6 17.00 Maple Cheffonler at - ' 14.50 Maple Dresser at . - 29.00 Quartered Oak Dresser extra large 25.00' " " 25.00 Oak Buffet in Early English 6.00 Sanitary Couches at $22.50 22.50 4-75 9-75 n.50. 7 n.50 21.00 18.00 75o 4-5o We have the store full of Bargains for. this Week Local News. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Clias, Garlick Friday, February 1 8, a son ' 0 The county Jail has just installed another new rock crusher on the west side. Rev. K. Fcldmeth js having a handsome residence built on North Jersey street. Eastern Oregon Oil & Gas Co stock advanced to fifty cents per share last Saturday. J. B. Campbell is making prep rations for clearing off his property at Whitwood Court. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE . Portland St. Johns Vancouver am ' , m ; TANTALUM New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon fil...

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. — 25 February 1910

Templet ef ilem. Onco n ycnr nit tlio lludillilAt temples In' Hlnm nro visited by tbu Uliijr or his deputies, benritiK the ilira kutliln (yel low robee), lit conformity with nn nn dent custom by which the irlesU were made to seek their nppnrcl for the en suing ycnr. During tho lifetime of liihldlm monks nml priests wuru sent out to beg for old enstoff Kfiriiicnbs, which wore nftcrwnrd dyed yellow and patched together to form the required robes. This nticlcnt mciidlcnut cus tom gradually gave 1'liico to tho pres ent one of mnklnj; the garments from a now cloth of n bright canary yellow, provided by Joint contributions of king, princes, nobles and commoners. When thu king goes In thu royal tlirono bargo to present tho robes lu person ho docs ho with great pomp ami cere mony. Tho priestly garments, folded lu bundles, nro carried to tho door of tho tcmplo to await tho nppearnnco of his majesty nml his suit The king on arriving takes n priestly robo and places It on a decorated altar. Th...

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 March 1910

-MWorles.1 Satiety REVIEW ITS NOW UP TO YOU GET IN THE HABIT Of atortltfcf la Tim Fiew sfsWIesrsf riant M. is s4 mm m4 fcsts) rM at II TosatowB for THM Paptr. ABMmmws what Ml saws Is Mf MMM. CM k Mi MroN DaveteJ la tin fetcraett of the PMlanta,.tlMMaauftdtirtagCMter of (he Northwest VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGONr FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1910. NO. 17 JOHNS ST A LIVE ATHLETIC INSTITUTION Prof. Ely Provos Himself to be Best Man The boxing event at the skating rink last Thursday night was an unqualified success. A large crowd was in attendance and all, wrcre leased with the entertainment' tiro vided by the Firemen's Athletic club. A disappointment occurred from tfie fact that the Liunton party were unable to cross the river owing to a broken down launch, but sub stittrtes were readily found to fill the discrepancy, The Willamette Four rendered several plcnsing and entertaining vocal selections to start the even ing's entertainment off in a pleas ant manner. The Four are mak ing quite n reputation f...

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 March 1910

r.xss&s?: I THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 Wort Bnrllngton Btreet. BY A. W. MARKLE Titit Rjtvmw Is entered at post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns mall matter of the second clan under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Job PrlollBf asteaUd In flrtleltH stl. tlllt . -- tiiL Uvlnlln ! nfl 1AllltrT. All aommnnlettlon should b addressed to Th. RCTlrv, HI. John. ureron. Adrrtliln raUi. 11.00 par Ineh par month. All sdtertlilnx bllli pststl firat of pteb omclat Mawtptpar of ths Oily of W. Jehm. Subscription price $1.00 p.ry.ar. FRIDAY, MARCH 41901. AN NOUNC E At ENT. I slinll be nn iNUiti'KNnitNT Cnn didntc for the office of City Attor nev for St. Johns, Oregon, for the ciisttinjr term. My platform slinll be "Strict adherence to my oath of office, If elected." Absolutely no other pledge to any person or party. If any man snys differently, demand his proof. Geo. J. Perkins, Alt' y. Since it is more than probable that the liquor question will be nn issue at the...

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. — 4 March 1910

.m r WMM M.t M M f t Htti tt IMttt w I Home Furnishers V OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Invite you to inspect their new stock of Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum, Lace Curtains, Etc. They have enlarged their store and added largely to their stock. Buying for three stores enables them to get the best prices going. Each of these stores are enjoying a splendid trade" evidence that the public appreciate their goods and prices. Quarter Oak Stands from $3.55 to $8.00 A fine line of Library Tables 7 from 2.50 to $ 23.00 We are glad i to have you see i our goods. m Local News. Anyhow, the fectually settled. dust is pretty cf- C. R. Organ, a former well known citizen of 9t. Johns, but now a rancher of Betverton, was a business visitor to this city Mon day. Sec the new ad of the North Bank Pharmacy in this issue. The pric es named therein have never been equalled before in this city. Scon oiuisc and buy at this Saturday sale Chief of Police Brcdeson has dis posed of his home here, to Hon. K C. Couch. ' The con...

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 March 1910

Tha Leather of th Egyptian!. The nnclcnt KstyntlntiR ivcro skilled in the nrt of tanning leather mid man ufactured It In various ways nnd for various purposi, besides that of fur nishing covering for tho feet. Indeed, It Is to those builders-of the pyramids that wo nro Indebted for tho llrst artis tic forms of footwear, nnd, so far ns can bo ascertained from history and the researches of archaeologists, tho Egyptians were tho first shoemakers who wcro worthy of that name. It Is n fact, too, that (minors of today em ploy very much the snmo methods ns did tho nnclcnts. About thu snmu materials aro used, and tho processes arc almost precisely similar to thoso It) rogue hundrc'Vi of yenrs ago. It Is truo that tanners of thu present day liavo found n means of greatly shorten ing tho time required to convert n hide into leather nnd thnt steam power nnd modern machinery have tlono much to expedite) nnd Improve the processes of finishing tho leather; but, nflcr nil, tho principals. of tanni...

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 March 1910

Hlitolcit SatUfy t review IT'S NOW lP,TO YOU 4 GET IN THE HABIT Of avMtbbg In THIS Ptf n4 ya'M iwvtr rtrt M. Bc (la t ae an4 Wmh rlftil ( M jS aVaMaarafcat 9tti TMM Aa tat mm wMm M m am m ar wdt'WI la aaa mmM DaVataa (a the latontto at tb ((.. Hm MaaufactarlBf Cater of (be NortawMt VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH n, 1910. NO. 18 ST Johns PLANT WILL BE REBUILT And to be Larger, Better and More Modem . According to building permit taken "out, the Portland Manu facturing Co. will reconstruct the plant which was destroyed by fire recently. We understand that the new plant will be much larger and more. modern than its predecessor. There wiit.be a number of buildings erected, . independent of each other tid, all covered completely with corrugated iron. The, -buildings will be one story affairs and all com modious and welt arranged. The, very" latest nnd most' approved, ma chinery wilt be instailctl. The plant will be. much better in every way than the old plant. While the impressi...

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 March 1910

1 ? . THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 Wert Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE T11K RKVIRW is entered nt post oflicc tn Saint John, Orogon, m rnall tnnttcr of the second clas nnder the Act of Con gres ol March 3, 1879. All dTtttlitnft bill pijttl flril of euh OffleUI Hswtpapsr of th CRty of St. Jthat. Subscription price $1.00 per year. FRIDAY, MARCH 1,1901 ANNOUNCEMENT. I slinll be nn Indkimwimnt Cnn dldatc for the office of City Atlor ncv for St. Johns, Orcnon, for the ensuing term. My platform slinll be "Strict adherence to my oath of office, if elected. " Absolutely no other pledge to any person or party. If any man says differently, demand his proof. Geo. J. Perkins, Att'y. Two local parties have placed tickets in the field and it is now up to the voters to make their choice. Good men have been nominated on both tickets and it will not be dif ficult to select n business set of offi cials that will conduct municipal nffair.4 in a careful nnd successful manner. I...

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 March 1910

K "5 1 - -I . . . . : . i . J- - 1 .rn t ; .riv n. U .. ' " M M l W Furnishers . QPPQiSltE POSbF6E Invite you to inspect their new stock of Fiirniture, Rugs, Linoleum, Lace f Curtains, Etc. They have enlarged their store and added largely to their stock. . - Buying for three stores chablesthein to get the best prices going. " Each of these stores are enjoying al splendid trade -evidence that the public appreciate their goods and price's. Qwrler Oik' Stas from 3.55 tr$8.W A flne Jfne T Library TsMcs frtm 2.50 to.f 23.00 We are glad to have you see our goods. ' TANTALUM New flvrtrlr. I sunn '.I; MORE ECONOMICAL any carbon filament lamp. : .- ft' Mi'. .j' -t IT 4v CHEAPER and MORE STURDY KEY SOCKET. 7 Portland Railway LiEbt add Power Go. 147-7lh StrMt Sifting 'Stock la our hardware line Ulwt k.wkat' w we "doing t tke , pmwt Haw. The Stcwi( - StruBW, ud all other af U cUt, have tumbled out. We. A' are harlajj a 5c, 10c hbi! jjc' aaleoa aaw, aec ouriria 'dew aUphy. " . ST." JOHNS HARDWAR...

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 March 1910

Lesson on Disinfectants J)rop lr? cevnoed Ce7tibt I9IO, The question most vital to tile householder is: "How to clean my house most effectively as regards contagious disease and foul odors." Since it has become known that most discuses ore produced by germs, it behooves us to destroy the cause; and to effect this we should know something about the germs themselves, their mode of living and under what conditions they thrive best. Germs are of many varieties. They have different shapes, live differently and thrive" under different conditions. Fortunately for us, there is only a small proportion of the known germs that produce disease, and these are more easily destroyed than those that arc harmless. Germs that produce disease flrc called pathogenic and those that do not arc nonpathogenic. Many of the nonpathogenic germs arc useful, in fact, quite necessary, as those that produce our buttermilk and vinegar. Some arc very annoy ing but not harmful as those that make butter, lard and oth...

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. — 18 March 1910

fast REVIEW irsKow;uPtoYou GET IN THE HABIT Of atortkhi la THM ffi u4)M'lMmnirlt Bt ta t 4 hMf rfctt it . jnkmti l TMtt' Paetr. Al Mm maw wfclte It It attwt It 1 WW Mil Ml VIM MVN ft DtTt4 to Um letemts tl tat fialiiiaHw Btrfictarlaf Cntef of IN NorthwMt t. fit : v VOL. 6 ST. JOHNSr OREGON, -1IRIDAY,. MARCH 18, 1910. NO. 19 ST lAHNf I PROSPERITY IN ST. JOHNS All Signs Point to Very i: 'Busy Yaf Hera' ' St. Johns building permits for tne first ten days of March amount- ed to 20,000, making a total iu found numbers of $62,000 since Jan. i. This is almost half the amount for the whole of last year -and judging by present indications it a very, small part of the probable total for the present year.' The-most important construction -work n6w Koine on 'is. the rebuild tag of the Portland Manufacturing Company plant, which, was dc strayed by fire not long ago. Peter Autaen, who owns. all flic stock in tthts concern, is hard at work get ;ting new buildings erected and new machinery in place...

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 March 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 Wert Burlington Strict. BY A. W. MARKLE . Tub Rkvirw is entered nt post oflice In Saint Johns, Oregon, as tiinlt mutter o! the second cikm under tue Act 01 con (tress of March 3, 1879. Job Printing: sisenUil In drit eUn stU. nlllt far Job Println (-lib on dAlivarv. - All eommunfestloiis thnold bt sddrtned to Tfct Bsrlsw. flt. John. Oruon. Advertising rstos, 11.00 pur Inch por month. aii naTCtiiiinc Dint parsu nrti 01 '.D month. OOeUI Kwtppr of tk Olty of M. fees. Subsorlptlcn price $1.00 per year. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1901. ANNOUNCEMENT, 7 I shall be on Indupundknt Ciin didatc for the office of City Attor cy for St. Johns, Oregon, for the cnstiinir term. My platform shall be "Strict adherence to my oath of rr e it a a a . oincc, it ciccteu," Absolutely no other pledge to nny person or tmrtv. If any man says differently, demand his proof. Geo. J. Perkins, Att'y. ANNOUNCEMENT. I herewith nmiotincc myself as an Independent candidate for t...

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 March 1910

' 2 J fi t!-' K- 1 A 1 r x i ,, ... 11 ' Hi ?J r ... T J .. 49 1311 It ay"1 nth 1 I i Five ' XaundrlMar aVaaaailBI 'it If .there ismnvthimr about the libuse Ulat.Miotild bcf absolutely which fooil is cooked and servU'GOLD3DUST makea dishwater that dlira, that Roes after "X cach phrticlc nf grease find dirt Vim n "Tier 1., DAVIS & FAIRBAN K?SSP We sell Sunny Monday Laundry Soap. It islhc best: will not hurt Wilt hands, and' is white will waar outi xjtf. bats! of aoy. other BoapV "Use FAIRHANK'S Stthuy Monday and make the washing easy. - SCALES is selliFAIRBANKlS SunnyiVlonday'4aundry Soap We sell PAlRBANK'S GOLD DUST WashinrPowder paint; grcaae andsUrn like magic. them all ; they ar.good, and ft your soap from' the Fairvank man whlte ftc'-ja with us for (his week. iairbankCos -,v a- ie.m im mm.m ,m mm mm ) 3. rvLet the. Gold Dust Mr. f n. TifVerr. a anrclal baek Co. U-here for a few days. Buy your soap from hint atwho, sale. It will come throghrus, while he is here. Fairbank's Su...

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 March 1910

WWIMlnnlU)UimWi Htl0f .A ' I' 4 Concerning the Charter Amendments ' St. Johns, March 17, 1910. To The Editor: I wish to say n few words relative to the proposed .amendments to our City Charter. The sections nronosed to be amended are i730-3i-4i-42-6G-7i nnd 103. Section 17 as proposed to be amended provides that every clcc live officer and every appointive officer shall hold office until his suc cessor is elected, or appointed and mini fied instead of, "Until his sue ccssor is elected and qualified," the proposed change adds the words "or appointed." The proposed amendment for Sections 30-31-41-42 and 66 is for the purpose of changing the time of our city elections from ine tirst Monday iu April each year to the first Monday after the first Tuesday in November, 191 1, and bieiininlly thereafter. Each of these sections has to do with changing the time of elections nnd nothing else. If the voter is in favor of having our election iu November instead of April and further believes that ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 18 March 1910

l,""n'tm Local News. - Home Furnishers , " . PPPdSITE POSTOFFIGE $15.00 25.00 15.00. Art offirlnf ,a solid oak Extension Table . worth - . f An Oak Buffet worth And SU'Dihlng Chairs worth - . - All in Early English Finish $55 value for only $36,00 DoiVi forget that wc have a 'full line of Go-carts. Wc can1 suit your taste at a right price. ; Our line bf mat tings, linoleums, car . pets,- rugs etc. is i very complete. . .Thos. Cendon has purchased a home oil Richmond street, near Mrs. a. F. Williamson is on an extended visit to friends and rela lives in Texas. o AV S. Baser .now s'ports a bfon new automobile; which -he Dtn Chased last. week. . , Mr. Marsh of Skatnawa, isTa guest at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Otis Learned. George West has purchased a house ami lot from J. L. Keagle on West5 Mohawk street. i -'BMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMB J V m I' " !--' I'l I lv" 5 - 'Br I - m -1 ; i. a," l T 4 0 Adam ICaetnlia has disposed' of his whitwood. Court property at a good advanceover the...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 18 March 1910

.-Jft What Would 'Jesus Do? .BY DR. A. W. VINCENT What would Jesus do among a lot of primitive savages, each seek ing to overpower, rob and destroy the other? Would it be possible here to carry out all those grand and noble principles which he taucht? Should thev smite him upon one check, would he turn the other r Would lie say, in cltcct, 'Smite also my wife, destroy my child?" CWc must consider the problem from the standpoint of a -husband and father.) Wc think at least nuy human follower of Christ would fight, would use deception, would lie, would even kill, if necessary, to protect his own. From any human standpoint he would be justified. In fact, to do otherwise would be culpable. To fight in a good cause is justified in all religious teachings. It violates the commandments, it is far from carrying out the prin ciples which Christ taught, it mere ly rccognir.es the impossibility of doing so under certain circum stances. Yet to do his whole duty under the circumstances, a man mu...

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 March 1910

1 " -css"i?pvi t. REVIEW irSNOWUPTOYpU To MtoarB fof THM Wytr, ' AltkfMwt wMtoNbMMto . wt MtM CaH I 4a4 MroN GET IN THE HABIT Of idrtrlbbif ta THM Pft nd jnm'H omr ngrat K. Be (la a(BMs4kNprWkitM Devte4 ta tiM Interests of tk. Maaefacterlag Cater of (he Nortbwott VOL. 6 v ST. JOHNS, OREC I FRIDAY, MARCH 25. 1910. NO. ao ST JOHN I '4 1 1 its:" . BSeSW,' BIG DOINGS ST. JOHNS Mob Chases Hindus from City in-1 Hurry St Toll us was iu most bordering on anarchy for a few minutes Monday evening. As result several Hindu laborers were bandied In a manner that was pretty "rough and wholesale arrests were made. The trouble had been brew ing for some time on account of the imbiber of Hindus constantly in creasing at the St. Johns lumber mill. White men, it has been said, have been replaced by these tur baued fellows, and a strong feeling of animosity toward them was en gendered. It is understood tliat they have been giveu strong hints Jto leave the city by ncvcral of the young men who are said t...

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. — 25 March 1910

i , Mr. IV? THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW PnblUhed Every Friday At 117 Weat Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Thr Urvirw In entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oragon, as mail matter of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1S79. Job Printing. teoUd In flnt-clsis lijU 111. turn Tnh nlntlnv fa.h nn ftatlvitrv. All eommnnleitlon should b ddrtid to Tha Har1aw. HI. Jnhnl. Oriivnn Admitting riln, tl.00 per Inch pr month. All ld?ertlnin bill! piytU flrit of Mrh ninth. . Offlcfsl Nwtppr af Us City or m. Joans. Subscription price $1.00 par year. FRIDAY, MARCH s5, 1901. ANNOUNCEMENT. I herewith ntinouiicc myself as nil Independent candidate for the office of Councihnnii of the Second Wnrd of the city of St. Johns nt the municipal election to be licit April 4U1. I'. Hill. Work for a Grantor St. Johns. An English poem refers to a Indy ns "TJic woman with 11 serpent's tongue." Deadly, perhaps, such a tKTSonnce would foe, but linvc you ever considered a worse aspect? Suppose the ser...

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. — 25 March 1910

i in i 1 ii n i ii i n i im rriniMaiy.il . . Kg. ft. ft ? "Home Furnishers bPPOSltE-POSTOrFlCE Are offering a solid oak Extension Tabic worth - - . - $15.00 An Oak Buffet worth - - " - 25.00 And Six Dining Chairs worth - - 15.00 AH in Early English Flnfsh f $55 value for only $36.00 Don't' forget that wc have a full line of Go-carts. We can suit your taste at a right price. Our line of mat tings, linoleums, car pets, rugs, etc. Is. very complete. I II 1 T. . II . , ( v Ladies' Desks' ki beautiful quartered oak, fo.75 lo $14.00 XaAAAAAA4aAAAAAAAAAAAAAl4A4AAaAAA4AAAAAAAkAAAAAAAA4Al IT" . 7: p. M1 TANTALUM A . NeW Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon fMament lamp. CHEAPER and MORE STURDY -. than tha TUNGSTEN. Can buusd . ... . i - In . KEY SOCKET. Ptftlirt RaHwty Libf ind Pawit Co, - !47-7tH Street . O Ih omt Hardware Use U Jtut flsflHrBlB?' A V ft what we are '"Kg ' Bjjj" O C3a3a3a3JCIJi3J9BVJaaFWBr H 'il lumber: , siabwood : ri IfV . - Floonar, . ,-- . . - A i A AAA A AAA O....

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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