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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 June 1910

40 Years' Satisfaction Eor Bradley Shoe Wearers Why should you bother to experiment with other shoe when you knot the Bradley Shoe is sure to give perfect satisfaction? . If it didn't, men wouldn't wear the Bradley Shoe, (and no other) year after year, for 40 years, as we know plenty who do. And it is neither prejudice nor imagination nor because they are cheap shoes. But rather because Bradley Shoes are not cheap. We have taken pains to find out just how the Bradley Shoe is made and just how other shoes ore made. So we can tell you exactly why people continue to wear the Bradley Shoe once having tried it instead of any other. The Bradley Shoe i3 the honest shoe the satisfactory shoe. Even an expert shoe man could find no slightest flaw in the Bradley shoe from &ole to lining. ForStyle(WortWe.r--Tho Bradley Shoe Will ShU Yoh It will stand the closest inspection and the severest Idnd of A test , . i. That is why even at less profit to us we prefer to sell yon the Bradley Shoe. Bu...

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. — 24 June 1910

ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU GET IN THE HABIT To (altera for THIS Fr. AU th mwi whit k If am It mMlki CH U aaa taroll Of atfrtrtlttag la THIS Ml fsaD mtw rfrt tt Bi tla atMaaaaefcatartafctat It Darotri (e (h IbImmU of the PmIbmI, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwert VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 24. 1910. NO. 33 a 'it i- si Cameron hi Hot Water The fottowing article taken from ' the Evening Telegram proves to what lengths the District Attorney will go to secure evidence in the Hindu affair. It is time the Attor ney General takes a baud and sees that proper punishment is meted out to the maladministrators of justice in the District Attorney's office. While Mr. Cameron is a former British subject, and his sym pathies may still be with that country, it U high time that he be, shown that American citizens have at least an equal right fu this coun try with British subjects. The Attorney General has a duty to perform in this instance, and he is neglecting the duties o...

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. — 24 June 1910

Editorials Opinion of Great Papers on Important Subjects. HUMANITY'S REVOLT AOAINST PROPERTY. 0V many mute. Inglorious John Carters HI languish Id fltlllwatcr or other prltom I through their ben years (or taking a few I I. (I.- .i.ii. 1 U (Via UVIIMIB UIIUVI V UU BJlUt Ul IJUUftlll ... Vl first despairing moment of a blameless life? The real Interest In this romantic youngster Is ethical, not esthetic. They who supposo that he was pardoned because, his Jlnglos pleased editors taking alluring novelties, In order to serve the purpoto ot publishers seeking advertising, cannot see tho forest for tho trees. Ho was pardoned because these trivialities cast tho perilous light of pub licity upon ancient abuses ot the law of offenses against proporty fur which civilization blushes and ot which contemporary Justice Is Itself ashamed. Why should not tho samo publicity cost a side light upon other cases as atrocious as his? Our criminal law of property Is descended by cavcrturo ot tho Kngllsh co...

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. — 24 June 1910

Smith Wants Eggs We will pay eafollowi for flnt-tlaaa pro duce. Shlpbrexpreaa. Vtl Oe Pork ,, 120 Ltva Hens,, l$o Uve Sprlnc Cttlcktiu, lb 20 to 22to Ecn 26c Addreet ' FRANK L. SMITH MEAT CO. "rifhtln the Beef Truat" PORTLAND, OREGON Aantnat th. La, Sheriff HI, thar, what you doln With them thar worms? Fisherman I'm putting a new worm on my hook. That confounded perch Cot away with the Inst one. Sheriff I guess you'll hare tor come along with mo. Don't ye know that rebates li agin' tho laws of these here united States? Independent Tended Conceealona. "In a truo love affair concessions must bo made on both sides." "TUat Is what the duko lays. He has offered to giro up baccarat If dad will part with another million." Kan sas City Journal. .Mleunderetnod. Mrs. Hoyle One of ray ancestors was a signer of tho Declaration of In dependence. Mrs. Doyle Whose dl Tores decras did ho sign? New York Press. RCOUCE THE COST OF UVUN; INCRESCENT BAKING POWDER 25c FULL POUND EXCLUSIVE OPTICIAN Pint c...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 June 1910

on Hinduism. J((HMMBBBMBiWWMMiww THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW FafcUahed Brarr Friday At 117 WMt Burlington Street V A. W. MARKLE Tun Rkvirw it entered at post office 1b Saint Johns, Oiegon, a mail matter of the tecond class under the Act of Con- i of March 3, 1879. MaUif i.Ud la Aril ! Hlla lali TIh t In ttBh ah i1BArr. AH twamtiile.tloM ihoald be sddrtMtd to TM Beruv, flt John. Or.ion. Aa.rtLtC nut, (1.00 pr Inch Pr mtmth. All dT.rtlilnx bills pifitU flrtl of eb nth. 9UI Vrvrptpu ef the Otr Bt Jrta. Subscription price $1.60 per year. FRIDAY, JUNK 24, 19' Now that we arc going to liavc a Fourth of July celebration, our back and front yards should present a neat appearance. All old cans and trash of every description should be removed. Hundreds of visitors will be here, and the city should present as attractive appear once as possible. isothiug like a clcau city to impress the strangers within our gates. Perhaps if the big department stores in Portland had closed one day during the recent ro...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 June 1910

BOWSER'S HUNTING Makes Annual Foray Into the Country In Search of Snlpn. HAS INDIFFERENT SUCCESS. Wlfa Hat to 8and For Him at Last to 8ava Him From Wrath of a Doten Farmaro Waa Taken For a Lunatic by a Strangtr. (Copyright, 1807, by tlio McCiure Newapa per Syndicate. Mr. Bowacr had promised to sccuro two senta for tho tbenter during the day nml tnko mo In tlio evoulnjr, nnd when ho entered tho Iiouho nt 0 o'clock with n brond suillo on his faco 1 felt sure that nothing had happened to bring about n disappointment. "Then you got tho tlckots and wo are going?" I naked as I gnvo him the xpected kiss. "Tickets? Going? What do you menu?" ho nsked In n blank wny. "Tickets for tho theater, of courno. You said you would Burcly get ttioni ' "I IIXAHD HIM ASK IP TltKllK WE1II 01H&. BtaT UKAIM A1IOUND." I slinll bo nil dressed nnd ready half nn hour nuead of time. Did you got them well down In front?" "Coino to think of It, I bcllovo thcro was something said about tickets nnd tho theater, ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 June 1910

GREATEST H 1 H 1 1 1 L1 Of Prices Ever Made on THE BEST MERCHANDISE for the next 15 DAYS At M. S. COBB'S Dry Goods Store Opens June 16 Sale lasts 15 days i mm if M. S. COBB Sole Proprietor up to Present Time A new member, G. A. COBB, has come into the business, and hereafter the place will be known as Cobb Bros.' Dry Goods Co. And a general change will be made at once. First Closing Out Altogether Several lines, which will be replaced with other goods later on. i EWE a x . mHHHB G. A. COBB New Member of Uie firm Opens June 16 Sale lasts 15 days Buy now, don't delay. Goods will soon vanish at these prices Avail yourselves of the greatest opportunity ever offered you to buy goods at the very lowest figure that can be made. Just a few of the many bargains which we have will be given you on this sheet. Shirt Waists as above values up to 2.50 cut to 98c each, 'A beautiful Dish I ' given with i i every j Five Dollar! Purchase Ladies' Collars Ikst 25 mid 50c values Only 10 cents Bargains i...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 June 1910

I The Best Advertising That We Have r Is6 kindly recomendation of our ji SATISFIED natrons. One tells sm- other and we witness every day the ruvvniix oi mat influence. From our long experience in the furniture business, we KNOW which factories make the BEST LINES and sell at the lowest prices. For instance take LENTZ TABLES: They are made of Mich igan's famous white oak. We are able to buy them by the car load, and we know that the Quality and Price is right. It is the same way with our Stand Tables, Library Tables, Dres sers, etc., etc. We invite your in spection and comparison. J. J. Karr isVcrcctine another I neat residence on Seneca street. A small payment down A small 0 VWfcV Ul IIIUIIIIIIJ Opposite Postoffice COOL BREEZES from ELECTRIC FANS New and Second Hand " -ft - r ' ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. Lost Lady's gold watch and fob, Rockford 'movement. Finder please leave at Edmondson Co., 203 S. Jersey and receive reward. About fifty St. Johnsitcs took in the Frate...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 June 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK Doings of the World at Large Told in Brief. Meheral Relume of Important Eventl Presented In Condenied Form for Our Busy Readers. A confcrcnco has already been ranged between President Taft Roosevelt. Br and New York City firemen aro being trained In tho work of giving first aid to persons Injured In accidents. It is said that Balllngcr will Icavo IiIb position In tho cabinot and bo sue- ccedcu by Senator Mint, 01 uaiuorma. 8amuol II. Flmore, a wealthy sal mon nackcr and land owner of Astor la. Ore., was Instantly killed In Los Angeles when his auto collided with streetcar. Mr. and Mrs. Thcodoro Roosevelt, Jr.. received a small fortuna In wed dlnir nroscnts. Tho parents of tho eroom gave a fat check, but would not state tho amount. Circus performers on a circus train were thrown Into panic when a dust storm enveloped their train near Rl- narln. Wash. Some thought tho end of tho world had como. Martial law has been declared In sov cral northern bordor towns ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 June 1910

wvs I WIRELESS GRAFT UP IN MILLIONS Leaders of United Concern Ar rested by Federal Officers. PoiUI Inspector Says Officials of Company Sold Stock for Thous and Times. Its Value. Now York, N. Y. United States postofilco inspectors raided the hand some Broadway offices of tho United Wireless Telegraph company today and caused tho arrest of Christopher C Wilson, president of tho company; Samuol S. Bugart, first vice-president, and William W. Tompkins, president of the New York selling agency, which, officers of the wireless company say, was formerly their fiscal agent, but has ceased to represent. them. Chief Inspector Mayer subsequently gave out a statement, in which ho charges that, although the company has been running at a loss, tho price of its shares have advanced by manipula tion to fictitious values and that indi vidual officers of the company have sold out their stock to the general public at a profit estimated in ono Instance at between 16,000,000 and $10,000,000. Wilson was ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 June 1910

. f r ; - - - . . , , . . i Right Here at the BALL o! the Foot is where most of the "pinch" comet when buying a new pair of shoes. You com plain about it when trying on the ordinary shoes and the salesman saya "1'U stretch It" Whenever he has to do that, look out in a few weeks you'll find your feet running over the edges nf llir. mli nml the UDMrs wilt be leaving the soles. Thercmust be plenty 01 room at tiie oaiioi mc lorn k, ihat stretching to the llraltof the strengthof the shoe will not be necessary. The iradlcy Shoe Will Hot "Pinch" Vow ftet Every pair isbulltwlthannllowancoofleatherat theballofthcfootwhich permiti the foot to rest comfortably in the new shoe the,first time you put it on. Tlic linings in the Bradley Shoe will not wrinkle nf (era little wear, causing discomfort so common. They are cut to conform te the PPer. This perfect fit even gives additional wear as it takes a great deal of strain off the leather. Bradley Shoes for Men. $3.50 $4.00 represent the highest st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 July 1910

f f ntor!cn1 Soctily ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU To lubtcrlte for THIS Paptr. AH Iht atwt whHt II It MM I ear motto. Call In aad aaroll GET IN THE HABIT Of idmtfalai la THIS Pae tai yvt'ti arm nwni K. Bt 1 la at aaat aa4 ln rltht at II f WpBJ ai tttttttt 9 Devoted to the latere! of the PtdMnla, (he Manufacturing Center of tho North VOI,. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY i. 1910. NO. 34 Much Building Here Building operations arc in full sway in St. Johns nud on every hand arc to be seen structures in course of construction and just be ing commenced. The new improve ments include public buildings, churches, business buildings and residences. The latter, while not so pretentious as are to be found in Portland, are for the most part good, substantial homes with mod ern conveniences, and arc built for homes and not for speculative pur poses. The building permits issued so far this year nearly quadruple those issued for the same period during the vear iqoq and indications point t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 1 July 1910

CURRENT EVENTS OF THE WEEK Doings of the World at Large Told in Brief. EXPECT CROP SHORTAGE. Ueneral Rotume of Important Eventi Presentod in Condensed Form for Our Busy Readers. Roosevelt will undergo on operation for throat trouble. Many congressional Inquiries will ba mado during tho summer. Crops In tho dry farming scctlonB of Montana nro unusually good. . Robbers held up an 0. R. & N. trnln lust leaving Ogden. Utah, but got lit tic. A variety actress In Cleveland, Ohio, has crono insane over tho coming J or fries-Johnson prizefight. Jacob Schlff, ono of tho moat prom incnt of New York bankers, says tho financial stringency Is past. An American boat won tho jubllco price in tho races at Kiel, Germany. The emperor's boat was beaten, An imperial decrco Issued by tho rul ing regent In Chirm refuses tho do mand of tho people for n national par llamcnt. A Chincso tong war broko out In Now York City and thrco Chinamen wero killed and about 40 shots fired in less than two minutes. D...

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. — 1 July 1910

Smith Wants Eggs W. will pay u follows for flrot-claaa pro due. Ship by expreea. Veal 10c Pork 120 live Hens 180 Uve Spring Chickens, lb 30 to 22)0 Eccs 26e Address THANK L. SMITH MEAT CO. Tlchtlac the Beet Trust" PORTLAND, OREGON Aalaat tka Uwi Rh.rtff Til (hap avfiat wit. With them thar worms? Fisherman I'm putting a new worm my hqok. That confounded perch got away wun tna last one. Sheriff t guess you'll hato ter come along with me. Don't ye know that rebates la agin' the lawi of theie here United BtatesT Independent. Tended Conceealone. "In a true love affair concessions aauit be made on both sides." "That le what the duke lays. He hat offered to give up baccarat It dad Will part with another million." Kan. a City Journal, IHIaanderetend. Mrs. Hoylo One of my ancestor wai a signer of the Declaration of In dependence, Mrs. Doyle Whose dl Torce decree did ho sign? Now York Press. RCWCE THt COST OF UVIMC useCRESCENT BAKING POWDER 25c FULL POUND EXCLUSIVE OPTICIAN FlreteUee work at ...

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. — 1 July 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW lasushad Kvery Friday At 117 Weat Burlington Street. Y A. W. MARKLE TstXlRxviSW Is entered at post office 1h Saint Johni, Osagon, ns mall matter ol the aecond class under the Act of Con- great of March 3, 1879. M Printlu citimtAd In flrst-tlsis sij-1. Will lor 3t Prlnllnc ruh on dllTrjr. All samanlestlfttia sbnnM h sddrtM.d to T Bes-lew, BU Johns. Or.fon. AdTOrtUlai ratts, tl.00 p.r Inch p.r month. All idtMtlilnc bills pirstl first of oseb noatk. OMat apsr of ths City of St Jokns. Subscription price $1.50 per yanr. FRIDAY, JULY :, 1910 Great interest centers in the Jeffries-Johnson fistic encounter nt Divorccville (Reno, Nevada,) next Monday. While ninny decry prize fighting, with n very few excep tions all arc more or less interested in the outcome of this battle lie cause it is human nature, there is something about a good, stiff, square fight tiiat appeals to men with red blood in their veins. The attention men of all classes pay to arcnlc contests is not nec...

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. — 1 July 1910

YOU HAVE THE FLOOR We Have The I We Carry th Most Silect Stock ot Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Linoleums jj IflREWORKS IN St. Johns, Ore. Let's Get Together We can surprise you in Prices as well as in Quality. Linoleum prices are advancing and it is only owing to our immense stock, bought before the advance that enables us to sell at the low W price we do now. I THREE STORES Portland St. Johns Vancouver A little down, a little each month i THREE STORES Portland St. Johns Vancouver A large business with small profits . . .COOL BREEZES -from 'ELECTRIC FANS ' a... . . V! It New and Second Hand , ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ ooooo An Attractive Layout J what yoii will dis cover by calling at this hardware store. We carry a most com plelc line of cutlery, such u,pocket kuives, razo;s, strops and bones. Keen Kutter shears and Cattaraugus pocket knives fully warranted. ooooooooooooooooooooo t lumber: siabwood: : -A. X Flooring, Quality Blocks, . Finish. Gu...

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. — 1 July 1910

TOPICS OF THE Tito A CHOICE SELECTION OF INTXR. X8TINO ITXMS. of poor grades from some other dls trlcts gollij for less than thirty cents a pound. The Amazon district of Bra- zll Li the great rubber producing coun try ot the world, for more than half of tlio total supply cornea from thcro. Tho Fcderatod Malay states, tho Con go region, Portuguese West Africa, the cast coast of troplcnl Africa, Rangoon, Pcnang, Borneo find Moxlco, the West Indies nnrl flentrnl America Are the ir u s a real census, mo oaoy counts other ru)ber produclng districts. About CtanMli and CiIIUIibi Jae Upon the Happening o( the Das' lllatorieal and New Not. As revolutions go, they are still rov Olutlonlng down In Nicaragua. Just as much as John D. Itockcfcl ler. The "third degreo" seems to be get ting something ot a sweating process Itself. Tho Treasury Department advises us to wash our money. ... we don't keep It long enough to dry It. one-Hcnth of tho total yield comes from the Congo. Tho rapidly Increasing...

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. — 1 July 1910

FROPOStD ORDINANCE NO An Ordinance Granting to Port land; Railway, Light & Power Company, Its Successors and Assigns, the Right to Construct Accquire and Own, and to Maintain, Operate and Use Railways and Street Railways, and Poles and Wires and Un derground Conduits, Cables and Conductors, in the City of St. Johns, Oregon. Tlio City of St. Johns docs onlatn ns follows: (Section 1. Thai thcra shall bo and hereby Is granted, subject to tho terms, restrictions nnu provisiuna iu .this ordinance contained, to Portland Rnllwny, Light & Power Company, a corporation uuiy incorpornicu, organ ir.oil nnd existing under nnd by vlrtuo of tho laws of tho Stnto of Oregon, nnd having Its principal ofllco nt tho City of Portland, County of Multno mall nnd Btnto or Oregon (herolnnftor called "tho Hallway Company"), nnd lis successors nnd assigns, tho fran chlsc, right nnd prlvllego to lay down, ro-lny, construct, reconstruct, purchase, acquiro, lenso, repair, maintain, cpilp, operate, hnvo, ...

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. — 1 July 1910

THE STATELY STORK. Mts Immsnss Powsr on the Wlnfi'and Hit Laok of Volet. In Holland tlio nests of storks lira Kcuernlly on tho luuimlt of n tall post, lut up on purpose for them, on which Is 'fixed nn old cart wheel. Says an English writer: "A Dutch gentleman of my acquaintance has ono alien post In his grounds within sight of his li bra ry window, but ha Improves on tlio vart whcol by having an Iron frame work for tlio reception of tlio nest. Tho first year It was put up, townrd tlio end of June, a solitary young tork used to come dally and Inspuct this framework. 1 snw him there my aolf ono day, standing In tho empty ro ceptaclo exactly llko a would bo beno diet Inspecting nn empty liouso, con templating the vlow nnd wondering If the drnlns are all right. Tho verdict was apparently favorable, for next season saw tho nest occupied by tho newly wedded pair. Their power of wing la very fine nnd on hot days 1 have watched them ascondlng spiral circles, hardly moving their broad, black...

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. — 8 July 1910

1 1 r ST. Johns review IT'S NOW UP TO YOU GET IN THE HABIT 01 mi rtrtitbf hi 71111 PKf r4 r'U hw rttrtl R. B tU at mm art Vtp rtfkl at It TiUtrlt for THIS f'rr. AlllWntwi aMllliiiwili r motto, Cll In anl roll DcYotcd to tba Internts of (be Ptalsmt, tkt MsnuUcturlnj Center of tha Northweil VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, JULY 8. ioio. NO. 05 Celebration a Success The fourth day of July, 1010 has passed into history, and so far as St. Johns is concerned it was a most pleasurable and successful one. The city early took on a holiday nttirc. Business houses and pri vate residences were decorated in an appropriate manner with bunt lug and flags, nnd the business thoroughfares presented a rather primitive appearance on account of the rows of fir trees lining the walks for the time being. The American spirit was let loose to its fullest extent, and the noise pro duced by firecrackers was Fome thing fierce. A continual din was kept up from Sunday evening until 1 ucsUay morning. Big firecra...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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