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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 13 May 1910

.-.. S Store Was Closed All Day Monday and Tuesday to Mark Down Prices and Arrange Stock for this the Greatest Sale in the History of St. Johns A Stupendous Merchandise Event i BONHAM & CUMMER'S $20000 STOCK ft - v ! K 1 1 m 1 .it 4 I- Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Groceries Goes on Sale at Prices Which Will Move This Vast Stock Quickly A Wonderful Opportunity to Stock Up With a Year's Supply Present Stock Must be Disposed of While Alterations, are in Progress. This Rapidly Increasing Business Demands More. Room, and While Annex is in Course of Construction We Shall Quote Prices Never Heard of before. THIS GIGANTIC FIFTEEN DAY EXPANSION sale Great reductions in every line. Nothing reserved. All have equal chances. Be on hand early, as many of the best . bargains will go first. Embroidery Special 100 pieces fine Embroidery nnil Insertions were 8, 10 and 15 cents, some narrower, others wider Ui While they last DC JQ Extra Special $5,00 Handsome Silk Petticoats, all colors; whi...

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. — 20 May 1910

Histeffetl Soeltty 1, ST. j GET IN THE HABIT j ( , 01 dMflUInt In THIS Piper r. h 'I' tnd jrou'll nr rtgrtl K.' tit'' f ltnto4anLtp'ltitatlt f j'.i' ' ;i a t. I 'MtHrk 1. jjuenVl : v J 1 IT'S NOW UP TO YOU ToMtoaft for THIS Paatr. AH Mm mii wMtkhtMwtte ear Mth. CM la aa4 wiroll bevoled to the Interest of the Penlaeata, the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGONr FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1910. i- n Ju no, 28 A "Snow" Squall Burned to Death Mushrooms Not Served Will Buy Water Wagon The Postoffice Situation A-Launching JOHNS REVIEW Editor Review: It Is clear to my mind that the coming comet Is creating perhaps justly a great deal of alarm. It is well known that there was a flood In the days of Noah. I am satisfied that history repeats itself and I believe that Noah was the greatest astronomer of the day in which he lived. First, for the reason that if the Bible be true, he knew what would happen in 120 years and it hap pencd to the day. He evidently kuewfrom his astronom...

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. — 20 May 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK Doings of the World at Large Told in Brief. eneral Resume of Important Eventi Presented In Condensed Form for Our Busy Readers. A California 6-ycnr-old was burned to death while ploying with matches. A tornado swept Texas and Oklaho ma, killing ono man and Injuring many. John W. Gates, famous New York Block markot plunger, Bottles lawsuits by flipping n colrf. Rooscvolt was rccolvcd quietly In London by nn itnmonso throng of peo ple, owing to his sad mission mere. A Chicago club man committed sul cldo by jumping from n 13th-story win dow and landing on a marblo pave mcnt Dr. Hyde, of Kansas City, has been convicted of murdering his weauny pa tlent, Col. Swope, by giving him cyan ido of potassium. A negro convict In Alabama set fire to tho stockado In which tho convicts wero kept at a coal mine, and 30 con victa wero burned to death. Tp prore that she was married for lovo alono n California girl deeded to Iter brother every cent of lior $100,000 cstato just...

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. — 20 May 1910

HANDED BY TARTARS. A QrMk Robbsr Who Was Tttoo.d Prom Hsad to Pool. A remarkable case of tattooing camo to light lu Professor Hebra'a lecture room la a hospital lti Vienna a num ber of years ago. The man was the subject of a lecture, and one of the spectators at flrat mistook: him for n bronze atatuo. no was tattooed from head to foot, and not a quarter of a square Inch of his cntlro person was Intact Tho skin presented an appearance resembling tho tracery of an exceed ingly rich cashmere ahawL The color ing was dono with Indigo principally, with enough red Inserted hero and there to give It effect Ills name waa George Constantino, a Greek by birth, who with a band of robbers entered Chinese Turtnry to commit denrcdn. tlons. The gang was captured, and this man, with others, was ordered by the ruler to be branded In this man ner. On tho palms of bis hands letters were tattooed which explained that bo was "tho greatest rascal and thief In tho world." It took thrco months to tattoo him...

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. — 20 May 1910

V . . . . . J - r I.? .4 m 2 JSsl if 1.1 THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW PabUaaad DTtrr Friday At 117 Wt BMiUgtoa Street. Y A. W. MARKLE Tnn RKVIKW U entered at post office la 8lnt Johns, Oregon, a mail matter of the second data mnder the Act 01 Con- gre el Much 3, 1879. Jb Matte esteattd la nt !. Bill fr Jrt Printing enb on JIrr. . All eewaaalMtloM nota bt ddrMd to Tkt sWrtnr, flt. Jonas. Or t con. Adrwtlttnf raits, tt.00 ptr Ineh pjr nenth. All advertising Mil pTU ftnl of Mb mottb. oaetat JTcwvespet f oity ii it Suaaarlptlon prlot $1.60 par year. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 19 10 The Qulnn hanging in Washing ton state last week was another horrible instance of the brutality ol legal murder with the noose. The details are simply nauseating. If capital punishment must obtain in this enlighttned age, for mercy sake let it be in a more humane and merciful manner than with the rope. A relic of barbarous times, it should be consigned to the scrap Eile. Sometimes it seems that we avc not progressed, that the s...

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. — 20 May 1910

f : m : : tin THREE STORES Portland St. Johns Vancouver THREE STORES Portland St. Johns Vancouver PURCHASING POWER Is the Magnet That "DRAWS trade Here If we didn't operate one of the largest stores in Portland, and if vc didn't add to this, a large store in St. Johns and one in Vancouver we could not buy whole lines of furniture; and if we couldn't buy these whole lines we couldn't make up car loads, Bought at the Lowest Factory Price. There isn't a furniture store in this vicinity today that will give you the genuine "Quality" bargains that we will give you. In buying furniture Price is but one of the things to be considered. For if you fail to get Quality you arc throwing away a "good bit" of your money. No matter where you live wo can save you money on furniture. X Direct Action Gas Ranges , $11.50 to $45.00 Sewing Machines guarrautccd 10 years, all modern improve ments,, $22.50 on easy terms TANTALUM New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp. CHEAPER and M...

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. — 20 May 1910

Opinions of CONQUERING WASTE UltOPE Is conquering lem by planting trees. Every year uiou sands ot acres of laud are being reclaimed In this way by tho leading countries and put In a condition preparatory to a prof Itablo timber harvest In the years to r-ntno Nnt nnlv mnnv nrerlotliily forested areas which havo been cut over have been planted up, but a number of tho countries are also devoting tholr energies to establishing a forest cover on dunes and other waste lands, and, In fact, on all land which Is moro 'valuablo for producing timber than for other pur pones. France has been one of the foremost European coun tries In reforestation, especially In tho mountains, where planting has been a powerful factor In controll ing torrents and regulating stream flow. The Btate each year buys uncultivated lands, In the mountain regions, and up to January, 1007, it bad acquired 603 . 00 acres In this way. Communes, associations and prt nto Individuals aro also assisted In reforestation work by...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 May 1910

SMITH WANTS DRESSED VEAL AND PORK Wf want dnued el and pork and lira chicken. W do not chare eoni mluion. We will par you promptly. Bhlp any quantity and ahlp any day. We will pay ai fol low! for good, fat grease, yeai ;it0 10 0c Addrau all ahlpmenta "rithUn the Beet Trust" PORTLAND, OREGON Ilia flood Work. The director of a prison received an order after many years' Borvlce. Ho had all the prisoner culled together and made the following speech to mem: "As you. see, I havo been decorated, by royal grace, with an order, Ilut I willingly acknowledge that this has beon attained not alone by my own merits, but by tho eo-opcrntion of nil of us. I enn also declare, with pleas ure, that since I navo ocuuplcd this office the number of prisoners has in creased from 400" to 700 a fact 'of which both you and I may be Justly Proud." London Tlt-DHs. Juat hiplna;. O'er the pages of the Peerage a maid- en likes y pore. Buch an amount Will buy a Count; A Duke (coil something more. he flutters o'er ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 May 1910

BONHAM & CURRIER'S EXPANSION SALE REMINDER AND EXPLANATION The Sale Continues and we quote 1 SHOES v .................... ... .,., 1 1, i.oo Lawns, Organdies mid Swiss with' the otlier tbiu goods nrc going at if, 15. and 19c, formerly 12,17 and 25 cents per yard. r.. (... ,y. . ,5 ? ' II II Men's Black, Tan, Brown Oxfords, $4.00 values . ; 7 $3. Boys " 2.50 ladies' " " " " 2.50 " Misses' Tan and Brown Oxfords, 1 1 ;4 to 3 ........... Several pretty shades of 25c Cotton Poplin;) going nt , M An additional slash on Men's Suits These and many more things ore ACTUAL) BARGAINS. Conie and see them. You arc not compelled to buy. 'M I;adies'. Shirt Waists, former price fx. 00, sale-price?. . . . . nV..v...... 7 ' .79c II 11-11 .11 II , rn II II -r t i , -n Owl . .. ,...... ,py " " 2.00, .." " " 3.00, " Ml'U 2.18 ' The Wimderhosc and Last Forever with linen heels and toes arc rapid sellers ut . .(. , . .'. 19c Men's Work Shirts, 50c values, now '. T I ... , ; ?. . . ".' .7'. . . 18c " ' ...

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. — 27 May 1910

il ' lllitorleal Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To mWctMm (or THIS Payer. AHHmmw tkhUUMwib tar smM. CcH la ae4 firoH GET IN THE HABIT Of aamtklag la THIS Papar lyoa'aamrntntM. Be la ( Me aa4 bete rfcht at U 4 Deretee (a tee latereets af lb PeeJaeetajtbe MaaufacturlBf Center of tfaa Northweat VOI. 6 E ST. JOHNS, OREGON$FRIDAY, MAY 27. 1910. NO. 29 tMW L. Memorial Address Memorial oration to the Eagles of St. Johns, Oregon,, May 22(1, 1910, by W. W. Holcomb: 'Tis with mingled feelings of joy and regret that I respond to your call this Eagle memorial day. Joy to know that the members of this glorious order lus not forgotten those who mingled with them here in brotherly love. Now gone from this world of care, Beyond, beyond the realms of air. Joy to know that alt of our de parted brothers werc'jtncn of honor and worthy of being remembered not only by the Eagles and their families but by residents of St. Johns and the world. Joy, to see this tribute of respect paid them, and...

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. — 27 May 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK Doings of the World at Large Told in Brief. Jeneral Returns of Important Eventt Presented tn Oondonted Form for Our Busy Readers. Railroads nro boosting freight rates on sugar and coffee. Tho department of Justice Is hunting lor an alleged lumber trust. Eighteen persons were hurt In n wreck on tho Southern railway Jn,Vlr glnta. President Taft has signed n proc lamation reducing tho Idaho forest rc sorVcs by 100,000 acres. A man convicted of sugar frauds and pardoned has rotumcd voluntarily to testify ngninst tho sugar trust. Louis W. Hill and party havo com pleted their 1,600-milo tour through Oregon and soy that no state contains greater possibilities. Tho American Aeronautical associa tion has boon organized. It will bo entirely Independent of tho Wright Brothers' Aero Club of America. A Marshficld, Oregon, man has raised his own tea supply for several years. He says tho Pacific Coast can ralso tea Just as good as Japan or China. An anarchist throw a bom...

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. — 27 May 1910

( Most Delicious Ice Cream Manufactured I Three stores THREE STORES And the Most Pleasant Place to "Absorb" It Portland St. Johns Vancouver Portland St. Johns Vancouver IS RIGHT HERE i .'7 v5. - : it .3 1 s if When You Think of Furniture WE WANT YOU TO THINK OF US Our stores are always overflowing with all that is N sweat and Bast. Have you ever noticed that we never have old stock? Everything that is dai'uagcd or out of date is "cut out" REGARDLESS OF PRICE. 1 l'M I I Our lines of ' Rugs, Mattings and Linoliums Arc worth seeing and will bear the closest in spection. We invite comparison of QUALITY and PRICE. Everything for the home at Ladies' Desks as low as $5.25 Si ) clmrifl 1 A w Stands as low as $1.35 TANTALUM A New Electric Lamp MORE ECONOMICAL than any carbon filament lamp.. CHEAPER and u . MORE STURDY ..V:;,, TUNGSTEN. ,.-.,. - Can ba uaad in KEY SOCKET. Portland Railway Light and Power Go. 147-7th Street All on Account of the Laundry Mark. Siens of Spri Are teen i the lengt...

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. — 27 May 1910

i j ii is ft Opinion of WHY FRANCE ZS RICK. AIIIS li tbo Mocca of forolgnors. They 1 como from all parts of tho world to enjoy aa I Ufa In the great metropolis; and the year- I M Uinm, frnm Oil. aniirit nfnnn nnnroxl. fsWWHl mntcg $600,000,000. Along with this Item IRHrtill th earnings of French capitalists on their mtMiiir Inv.ilmnnta In the securities and DfOD- ertlas of other countries amount to fully 1250,000,000 yearly. On tho othor side of the account Is an adverse balance of trade which In 1907 amounted to $120,000, 000. Deduct this outgo from her Income of $850,000, 0C0, and It leaves France with $730,000,000 to the good. Instead of getting an Income of $000,000,000 from for eign tourists, tho United States par out at least f 160. 000,000 for the cxponses of American tourists abroad. .Again, Instead of drawing $250,000,000 yearly from foreign Investments, this country pays out $300,000,000 -to foreign Investors In our securities and properties. A third factor Is tho army of ...

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. — 27 May 1910

Local News. v 1 The new St. Johns taoges for wuc djt waiet utos. "For Sale Fre9h Jersey cow. 615 juoria Aaison street. 0 - c Sewing and cleaning by the day. .300 oouui jersey, upstairs. 0 , For Sale Household furniture cheap. 6n North Ivauhoe. 0 ttf...-.l r whihcu sewing to uo away iroai nome. aoa soutu Jersey, v 0 you sot full weight and first quality at the Central market. Juat try It awhU.( . . 0 k The school entertainment last night was a decided success, a de tailed account of which will be giveu next week. 830 Lot 50x116, four-room house, barnr fiue garden, at Nor thern Hill, from owner, 115 Jer sey street, St. Johns. Fessenden Street I a Problem Settled A CONTRARY WOMAN. Thlnn A STORY OF BLUCHER. That Cured Htr Somttlmtt KllUd Other Paopla. "Appendicitis does nod bunlt tne llgo it might odder beoples," sold tier ua .rarlan neighbor when the woman had Lcompllmented her upon her appearance I never seriously nnd that the Duko of aner tne attack. "MoaainR ener Wellington, wiiuo u...

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. — 27 May 1910

-. V i. ii mi ! ..THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Paallaaad Krerr Friday At 117 WMt Burlington Street BY A. W. MARKLE Tuw ntfvtttw ( entered at rttst office la Saint Johns, Owfion, as wall mftttcr of the second class under the Act of Coil- gre of March 3, 1879. J.b Prinllaf tuUd la BnleUis ttiiia a. n.inlfi rath An dullverr. All MmaiuaUaUaaa thoold bt addrtM.d to T I4HIW, bi. joins, union. . .. a .i--.ii.i-- m!ai ai.nn nar lnh nar month. All sdMrtliln bills psjstl. flrit of aaeh ato. OBeUl Vswtyapar sf tat Oily of Bi. Jsaaa. Suhsarlptlon price $1.60 per year. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910 The steady persistent advertiser lias little to lcar ironi competition. It is the man who hides his light under a thimble that is the fearful one. He who makes his name a household word by week after week presenting it to the Raze of the public through the local newspaper has nothing to fear. It will live even after he has made "his pile" nnd retired from busi ness. If you were asked s'lddcnly to name a few business m...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 May 1910

J ... -,T ' SMITHWANTS DRESSED VEAL AND PORK Wewantdrenned veal and pork anil live chickens. We do not churn com mission, we win pur you promptly. Bhtp any quantity nil ship ny day. We will nay m fol. Iowa for rood, (at tuff! Bresaed Veal t ..so to loo reused Potlc.t 120 Live Hens,,.,) ........... lc Eggs,,, , 230 Address all thlpmente lANK U SMITH MEAT CO. "TighUng the Beef Trunt" PORTLAND, OREGON No Kick There, The new arrival had Just written his name and address In the hotel reg ister. "From Ypsllnntl, ehr said the clerk; "that's tho town, Isn't It, where " "No, sir," Interrupted the other, with frown; "we're perfectly satisfied with .the name of our city. You're thinking of Oshkosh." Chicago Tribune. .To Fit the Situation. Dutchcr What can I send you to day, Mrs. Styles 7 Mrs. Styles Send mo a leg of mut ton, and bo sure It Is from n black eheept wo tiro In mourning, you know. Jewish Ledger. PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT CO. of Portland, Oregon FURNISHES HELP FREE TO CMPIOVHS Main office....

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 May 1910

-T s I 1 .a 1 A.V i;v if 1 w rT r"t lllltl U Sayings by Frances E. Willard "The divincst right on this earth is the riRht of the people to take corporate care of their own affairs." "For myself, twenty-one years of study and observation has con vinced me that poverty is the prime cause of intemperance." This, it will be observed, is directly con trary to the popular notion regard ing this matter. "I believe in the things socialism stands for, and were I not 'tctotally' occupied, I would go into the move ment heart and soul, us indeed I have done in public utterances for many years. O, that I were In. nttit it should have ntv Hfr! It is God'8 WBV OUt of the wilderness and into the prom ised land. IT IS THIS VBRY MARROW AND PATNKSS OF CHRIST'S GOSPKL. IT IS CHRISTIANITY AI'PIJfiD. "We shall never climb to heaven by making it our life-long business to save ourselves. The process is too selfish; the motto of the true Christian is coining to he 'All for each and each for all,' and in the...

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. — 3 June 1910

Historical SocUiy ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU . ToMtocrlk tr THM Nftr. All the mm whBt M I mwi It ear .. CUlaaMlMfoH GET IN THE HABIT ! OfMMrtlalaiMi THM ! ami roa'N mtw narrt M. Dtveted to (Iw lateresta of Mm PeaJaaala, the Mis&fcttirii Center of tb Nortawtet VOI,. 6 E ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNK 3. 1910. NO. go A Fine Entertainment The High School pupils did themselves proud at their entertain ment in Bickner hall last Thursday evening. "The Merchant of Ven ice, Up-to-date " was the play pro duced, and it was carried through with a skill and thoroughness that was exceedingly pleasing to the patrons and friends. The enter tainment opened with a cantata entitled "A Garden of Flowers,' in which the various .flowers were represented by handsome young ladies with the exception of the tulip, H. Fassett transforming him aelf into this flower. The "posies" made a very pretty, setting for the garden, and by the way were quite musical as well as attractive. C. A. Webster act...

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. — 3 June 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK Doings of the World at Urge Told in Brief. .General Returns of Important Eventl Presented In Condented Form for Our Busy Readers The thermometer reached 00 decrees at San Francisco nnd threo persona were prostrated In ono day. It Is alleged that only n beginning Is mado In tho leglslntivo sconuoi in Illinois nnd tho big sensations aro yet to come. on.. IumIv nt Atmn kollncr. need Vonrfl. who disappeared nt St, Louis last December, was found burled tho bottom of nn unused cistern. in About 76 Woodmen gathered In Tn nn Mnmnrlal II nV nnd llUlIt I i,mim tnr ihn widow of ono of their n.min. Tlmv nmirlv finished tho house In one day. A Wisconsin man who has served two years In prison for bolng Implicat ed In tho robbery of a bank and mur der of ono of tho directors, Is now found to bo Innocent. A flro salo In a big department store In Chicago cnaea in a twv, noycrni women being knocked down and In jared, tho windows of tho storo smash ed and tho interior wrecke...

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. — 3 June 1910

The Lion Escaped Excitement galore invaded the big tent of the carnival last triglitT lucoig lion made his escape from trie cage and mingled among the audience. -The furore created as a - result was something great. The feelings of the audience had been keyed to a high pitch by the mana ger stating that the beast was the fiercest one in captivity and advis ing the ' audience not to become alarmed it any accident happened to the trainer ns he entered the cage. After prodding the bensl from one cud of the cae to the other until he wns in q-.tlte n rage, we trainer attempted to enter tli den, when the nininul innde a rttsl and got liis he,id and pawn throng the door before it could be shut The showmen then been m alarmed and gave the lion his fchatice, and he jumped out nnr crawled under some of the seats An effort was then made to'catittire hint, but he darted otit of the tent and finally wound up in the room itlC house aver Cnh-f Hrm store Several occup.ints of the house wer almost s...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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