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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 16 September 1910

ST. JOHNS CITY OF CHURCHES ST. JOHNS LAND COMPANY. To this well-known Arm belongs the honor of being the oldest established nnd Inrgest real estate company In St. Johns, It having been established In 1000, at the time when the wonder ful possibilities resulting from the ad vantageous location of this city, at the entranco of the Wll'amette, were Where All Can Worship According to Dictates of Their hrfc&Kto bereaved 115" Conscience. Splendid Edifices Grace the Streets and IS "k A tlmatcly nnd The ge&tlcmen making up Mr. M. h Holbroox Hnllcy, hnve been ln insenimbly associated. Afford Houses of Worship for All Denominations. In Fun nnnitin. . I .tin h n II n I pnnlilntiln Ml,f,U IIUI1IUUI Ul lliu iiiuoviib iuaiuviio. to this city. They ore both men of hlgh business principles who nro thoroughly conversant with real es tate values In this section, and who can bo absolutely depended upon to furnish nuthentlc Information con; ccrnlng existing conditions here. They have tho larges...

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. — 16 September 1910

The City Banquets The greatest and grandest social event of the year took ptace in the Holbrook building Tuesday night. The event was in honor of Capt. George II. Du-bar, master of the mammoth dredger Chinook, the officers of the boat, and also Dan J Mayer, president of the Marine Iron Works, which has just com pitted the overhauling and altering of the boit. The hattq'tet was got ten up in a rather hurried in inner, as the captain and crew were sched tiled to depart with the big vessel Wednesday for the mouth of the Columbia. In spite of the short ness of the notice, the affair could not have been better The ladies worked like Trogans in preparing the spread and decorating the ban quct hall of the M. W. of A. The citizens of St. Johns turned out iti masse to do honor to those who arc known so well and arc so highly respected. Annexers, otitis, Kc publicans, Democrats and mug wumps mingled together, all vicing to make the occasion as agreeable nnd delightful as possible. It was a ve...

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. — 16 September 1910

I MfLUiUlUMA .aSafi THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every' Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE The Rrvirw is entered at pott office in Saint John, Oswon, as mail nutter o( ths second class nnder the Act of Con gitf of March J, 1879. Offlaaal Vrwrpapar t th Ctty f BL Jaha. Jab Printing fxaaatad la trat-eUfS iljla Buu in moling earn on aaurtrr. ubsorlptlan prlc $1.50 par year. The state of Maine certainly sur prised the natives when it flopped over to the Democratic column tills week. Hich prices of the uccessi tics of life arc reaping the "whirl wind." Permission was granted Wcdnes day morning by the Portland conn cil for placing the annexation qucs tion on the November ballot. Ac cording to the Journal. P. Hill was present at the session of council and represented, or rather mis represented, to that body that if the question was put before the voters it would carry by 7.5 per cent What n "joshcr" Paschal really is? At any rate tuc fight is on. Democrats may nave an ...

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. — 16 September 1910

DON T FORGET That you can buy just as good a Sewing Machine at CALEF BROS. t For $20.00 as the agents will ask you $35.00 to $40.00 for ALL Modern Improvements In all kinds of Floor Covering, Furni ture and Ranges can save you money Best Sanitary Couches $5.oo A Good Linoleum at 54c Ten Years OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE MOTORS For Sewing Machines MOST SATISFACTORY Labor Saving Device for Domestic Use $16.50 (Ml.. ' r ' " ELECTRIC STORE ' 7th St., Corner Alder St. O OOOOCKOOOOOOOOO00O00OOOO g An Attractive Layout Is what you will dis cover by culling at this hardware store, We cn.rry a most com plete line o cutlery, such as, pocket knives, razors, strops andthones. Keeu gutter shears aud Cattaraugus pocket knives fully warranted. S 5 ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO. oooooooooooooooooco OOOOOI H)HHtHHtllttnltttUHHH : lumber: Rough, Prompt Deliveries. Dressed. Floorintr. Quality Finish. Guaranteed. Trimmings J Slabwood 1 Dry, J Green, Blocks, 4 4 -f 4-4 4- ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO. Phone Richmond 131 Local N...

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. — 16 September 1910

A SERIOUS DINER. Ths Way the Qreat Emperor Chartci V. Ata HI. Meals. The diary of n Gcrnimi ficnilotnnn. Bartholomew Bastrow. who lived In tho tlmo of the Emperor Uhuihw V.. gives us n good Idcn of tho Rnstronnui le customs of those times. Knslmw's description of the tahlc IuiIiIih uf the greatest ruler In his day Is very Inter esting. Young princes nnd counts served the repast. Thoro were Invariably four courses of six dishes. The emperor bnd no ono to carvo for lilni. Ho be gan by cutting his bread In pieces largo enough for ono mouthful, then attacked his pinto. lie often used his fingers whllo ho held tho plate under his chin with tbo other hand. When ho felt thirsty ho nmdo n sign to tho "doctor" standing by tho tahlc; then they went to tho sldclward for two sliver flagons and filled n goblet wWcli hold about n men sum and n half. Tho emperor drained It to tho last drop, practically nt one draft. During tho meal he never uttered a syllable, scarcely smiled nt the most amusing s...

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. — 16 September 1910

Live Business Men St. Johns Boosters TRADE AT HOME f THE PENINSULA DANK. The pioneer bnnk of St. Johns nnd nn Institution that litis exerted great Influence In the upbuilding of this city Is the Peninsula Hank. It was estab lished In 1905 when there was but lit-tit- promlfio of doing n profitable bust ness, but since then It has steadily grown and kept abreast with tho de velopment and met the needs of tho city. Some of the directors of this In stitution hnce brought outside capltnl hero and havo been Influential In caus ing Inrgo payrolls to be brought here. The Pen'nsuln Dank has never lost Its reputation for conservatism, ni.J In some Instances It has been regarded ns too conservative. During tho finan cial panic of 1007. without oulsldo help this bank carried Itself and Its patrons safely through without call ig a single loan. Robert Trent Plait Is president of tho Peninsula Hank, whllo Fred C. Knnpp Is vice presi dent, Chnrlcs A. Wood, cashier, John N. Kdclfscn, assistant cashi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 16 September 1910

) C5 c5D cO CO p3 cO cSD oio o cO oS3 ST. JOHNS BV A. V. MAUKI.lt To pen a picture tlint would do tlio City of ST. JOHNS, OKKQON, full Justice nnd tlesorlbo Its numerous merits In a manner commensurate with Iti wonderful ndvnntnges nnd resources would, Indeed, require the master Imnd of an artist and poet combined. Nowhere on dod's green foot stool has nature been bo lavish with her benefloent gifts. Messed with n climate Hint Is Incomparable In any clime, It Is a real pleasure just to bo alive In this glorious lo cality. As n magnificent slto for residences It has no equal. A scenic beauty Is hem presented that would make the famed wonders of the Alps palo In comparison. The snow. crowned mountains In the distance rise In their grandeur, seemingly to almost commune with the worlds on high, In their robes of white. Tlio lnndscupo Is plcturcsquo In the extreme. With the mighty waters of the Columbia and tho stately Wlllnmctto washing Us feet, the effect Is simply ravishing from an nr...

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. — 23 September 1910

Historical Society ST. Johns! review IT'S NOW UP TO YOU ToiubwiR for TtttS Piper. All th nw whH It U nw li GET IN THE HABIT Ofco'mtUficIa TtllS aad jua'llarrrr rsrt K. Be I la at one and keep rlfM at II our moHo. Call In and enroll Devotee" (e the Mttttti of lb Ptfttawla, the ManfiS4iflsK Center of the Northwett 'kin VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910. NO. 46 About 200 Per Cent Gain Taxes Will Be Higher For and Against Hill Explains'. Closed the Draws invasion of Ladies Birthday Party I With a large and constantly growing population of citizens who believe that, IP I.KT ALOKK.St. Johns will continue to go steadily forward, says Ed. L. Stockton in Sunday's Orcgontan, that city is fast uecom ing a city of substantial homes and has made a wondernil gam in building in the last year, as the fol lowing comparison of figures will show: 1909 January i.. ,..$2,700 February..... 300 March 2,350 April ........ 5,150 May ...... ..26,570 Juue 7,825 July 5,8io August ..... 6,325...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 23 September 1910

Hear Sponge. Cook somo small pears, peeled, haired and cored, In a vanilla sirup till qulto tender and till sirup Is thick. Arrange In a glass dish some lady nngcrs, wet with a llttlo shorry, lay In tho pears; set nway to got very cold, and when ready to sorve licnn whipped cream, swectoncd and flavored with vanilla, on the dish. When tho digestion is bod you need something inau win noc oniy relieve but will strengthen the di gestive organs and assist them bask to their normal condition. This calls for the Bitten; first of all. Try it Washfng Crepe de Chine, Washing crn?o do chlno Is no more dimcult than tn wash a (rock of col orod muslin. It' tepid water and good oap are used with euro It will coma from tho laundry as triumphantly as n ploca of whtto linen. Do not lot It llo In tho water longer than Is abso lutely necessary, rlnso thoroughly, and whon half dry prats on tho wrong shift with a medium hot Iron. If of a doll cute color tho garment must bo dried In shady placo nttor pre...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 23 September 1910

11c for Dressed Veal Bmlth pay It, and he wilt pay 12c for Dressed Pork. 16c for Lire Chickens. 25c dot. for Fresh Ebb. Smith does not charge commission. You ret iw.u jmr money wnen you imp to Smith, AudrtH FRANK U SMITH MEAT CO. "riehtlnir tho Boet Truot" PORTLAND, OREGON Dr. B. E. Wright Hare your teeth out and plat and bridge work done. lor out-of-town patrons we finish plate a whii worn in one cy u necessary. I'ltlrmi KsWCrt.., $5.00 l Criers TeA $3.50 CeH rzwt , Jl JauwUffinri.., $1.04 Mm fuTau .... SOc n cwiuutrum$s.oa ruw J7.50 fiint.il EilTKtin. 50, BEST METHODS TalnteM Extraction Frm when platea or brldrt work la ordered. Consultation Free. You cannot eet tetter palnlcs work anywhere, no mattes now mucn you pay. All Work fully Guaranteed for fifteen Yean Dr. B. E. Wright Co 342J Washington St., Portland, Oregon Take car at depot and transfer to Washington Bt Peaches In Turkish Mode. rcnchon cooked In Turkish fashion nro sorvod with boiled rlco. Pool the peaches by plunging ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 23 September 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Evarr Friday At 117 Wost Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Tna RRvmw it entered at post oflice la Saint Johns, Owgon, as mail matter 01 ute second class wnaer tue Act 01 v.on gnu of March i, 1879. OBUiUX Hmp-Pr of iht City of St Jskns. Job Printing iaU4 la firit-elu slyls. tttlli lor Jy Printing ctib on iUTrr. Subscription prloe $1.50 par yoar. If your friends in the East have been writine to yon for n descrip tlon of St. Johns, mid you have thus far neglected to send them a detailed account, scud them n copy of last week's Review. It tells the story, l'lvc cents per copy at this office. With the Burlington street sewer system .side walking of Jersey street, (trading and sidcwalking of I'csscu den street, improvement of Colum bia boulevard, North Ivanhoc, Os wego and several other streets all going on nt one time this fall, the people will have nothing to conr plain of in the way of activity signs One reason why Portland is so anxious to have St. John...

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. — 23 September 1910

DON'T FORGET That you can buy just as good a Sewing Machine at CALEF BROS. For $20.00 as the agents will ask you $35.00 to $40.00 for ALL Modern Improvements In all kinds of Floor Covering, Furni ture and Ranges can save you money Best Sanitary Couches $5.oo A Good Linoleum at 54c OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE TUNGSTON LAMPS ' The Cheapest Light 111 V iffiXf -v . . 'The World -' : V;T1 : The Best' for the Eyes ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. OOOOCKOOOOOOOOOO00000O0O0( 2 An Attractive Layout Is wbnt you will dis cover by calling nt this hardware store. We carry a roost com plete lirie of cutlery, such as.pocket ktitves, razors, strops and hones. Keen Kutter shears and Cattaraugus pocket knives fully warranted. ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO. IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OGGOOO LUMBER: Slabwood : J Rough, Prompt Dry, Dressed, Deliveries. Green, J Flooring, Quality Blocks, Finish. Guaranteed. Trimmings ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO. Phone Richmond 131 B. H8MSTOCK CEO. U. UEUSTOCK HEMSTOCK BROS. UNDERTAKING AND EMBA...

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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 23 September 1910

CARE GIVEN LINEN',USES F0R THE sunflower EARNING OF FINE CLOTH FASCINATING WORK. 16 ear of Tablecloth la Prolonged If Several Stltchea Are Taken In Fold Proper Repairing of Worn Napkins. Every housokoopor Is proud of hor Jlnon closet, undoubtedly, nnd to keep tho contents In good condition Is tnoro often considered a pleasure than a task, especially whon tho stltch-ln tlmo-savos-nlno rulo Is nppllod. Darn Ing fine linen Is really fascinating work If ono will only tnko pains to do It well. Tnblo cloths nro npt to show tho first signs of wear In tho fold down tho tnlddlo, but nn actual broak may bo prolongod if n fow threads half a doxon or so aro neatly darned In down this fold. Somo housckeopors rolnforco In this way nftor n fow washings only, but as tho damask then Is npt to bo thick, tho darning Is a llttto hardor to do than whon tho cloth has reached tho half-worn Btngo. Tho thread known as nourishing cotton is tisod for ropatring all kinds of houso linen, and will ho found to lo...

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. — 23 September 1910

"J, ArT. SCOTT, BROTHER OF LAKE COMO VICTIM Hia uotcrrainca flffnrta t n bring to justice tho Lnke Como murderer litis kept Cnpt H. II, Scott more or Icbs In iho foreground of Into. It was his sister. Mrs. Mnry Scott Chnrlton, who wns slain by hor husbnud, Por ter Chnrlton. In their villa on tho shoro of the beautl lul Itnllnn lake, tho body aftorward being found In a trunk In tho Inko, fho murderer flod to America nnd was arroslod on arrival. Thon aroso the quostlon of his punlshmont. Itnlr hnv tng refused to oxtradlto sovornl of hor subjects who had commlttod tnurdor lu tho Unltod States nnd escaped to tho mother country, tho Washington government declined to send Charlton back to Italy for trial. As tho crlmo was committed abroad. Charlton could not bo trlod here. It Is this mis- cnrrlngo of Justlco that Capt. Scott has fought against inpi. hcou nas a vory nno army record. Ho was ono of tho four army officers sent to tho city of San Fran cisco at tho tlmo of tho onrthqunko nnd ho...

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. — 23 September 1910

Trouble For the Tourltti. Thcro Is n story ou record of throe Irishmen rushing nwny from the rnco meeting nt runchestown to cntcli 11 train back to Dublin. At the moment a train from a long distance pulled up nt tbo station, and thu three men scrambled in. In the carrlnui wa seated ono other passenger. As soon as thoy had regained their breath one said: "Pat, baro you got lb' tickets" "What tickets? I'vo got mo lolfo! I thought I'd bavo lost that gcttln' In tb' thraln. Unvo you got 'cm, Molke?" "01? Uegorrnh. I liarcn'tl" "Ob, wo'ro all done for, tblnl" said tho third. They'll chargo us wight from tb other soldo of Olreland." Tho old gentleman looked over bis nowsnnper and said: 'Tou nro qulto Bafo, glntlemcn. Walt till wo get to tlf next station." As soon as tbo train pulled up tho Uttlo gentleman jumped out und camo back with threo first class tickets. Handing them to tho astonished stran gers, bo said: "Whlsti I'll tell you how I did Itl I wint along tb' thraln. 'Tickets, pinto; ...

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. — 30 September 1910

ST, JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubtcrlb for THIS Paper. All Ihe nw whit II It newt li our mollo. Call In and tnroll GET IN THE HABIT Of admtUInt In THIS Papef andjroN'llnrrtrrttrtdU Be lla atone and kttp rlht at It i Devoted (o (he Interest of the Penlniuta, the Manufacturing Center or the Northweit VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910. NO. 47 Huge Factory District A Very Poor Reason Home Rule the Best All Were Bona Fide Republican Primary Better Read This Council Proceedings The following article from the Orcgonlan regarding a contemplated development of n huge factory dis trict should prove of interest to all St. Johns property owners and bu siness men. The development of the lower peninsula is only a ques tion of time and it is bound to be the greatest manufacturing district of the Northwest. The laud which this article deals with lies just cast of the Swift packing plunt on the Columbia river: Development of a huge factory district on the Peninsula is 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. — 30 September 1910

COLLIER & COLLIER Lawyers Rooms in Holbrook Building. St. Johns Oregon JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Day & Night Offlco in McChcsnoy blk. I'honc Jersey 951. St. Johns, - Oregon. ttt. rienc Jirur 1571. Office Now Jetwr S21 ALBERT CAREY, M. D. HOLBKOOK BLOCK ltmldcncn 902 Kmndrn Stmt Office Hours: 10 a. ra. to 1 v. m., 3 to 6 p. m. ST. JOHNS, OHCGON. Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M. D Kosidonco, C97 Dnwson Street Onicc, riltcr Block. University Park, Portland, Oregon. DR. RAM BO DENTIST Odlco Phono Richmond CI First Nntlonnl Bnnk building. ST. JOHNS, OHtGON. DR. W. E. HARTEL DENTIST Phono Richmond 201 Holbrook Block St. Johns Phono Jersey 021 Holbrook Block DR. J. VINTON SCOTT DENTIST Open Evonlnjjs and Sundays by An ointment. Olllco Phono Woodlnwn 703 Res. Phono Woodlnwn IOCS D. E. HOPKINS DENTIST Office Haunt 1'rom 9 to 12 in 1 to C p. m. 7 to S p.m. C82 Dnwson street, University Park Phono Jorsoy 1071 Hours: 2 to (J p. m. ST. JOHNS PIANO SCHOOL Conducted by Mrs....

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. — 30 September 1910

i liPiS&or THIS GERMAN SAID TO BE MOST FAMOUS ELECTRICIAN ASK anyono on tho Btrcct to namo tho man who knowg most about electricity, and ten to ono you'll got cither Edition or Wostlnghouno (or nnswer. Auk tho snmo quostlon of anyono In tho electrical profes sion, and tho re ply will always bo "Btclnmotz of tho 'General Elec tric.' " Ono, you see. la notmlnr Impression; tho other Is oxport knowl odgo, says n writer In Human Llfo. Btelnmeta? Never heard of hlmi Exactly no ono has over heard of htm, outsldo of his profession. He's thnt nort He's n mysterious llttlo man, a Lllllputlnn In body, a Riant In mind. Ho can walk under a four-foot bar, Is as shy as a debutante, modest as Uioy mnko 'em, and works so qulot ly by himself that you'd novcr know ho won around. Yot this dlmlnutlvo Oorman, who was walking up Urond wny, a ponnlless Immigrant, 20 yoara ago, is now top man in his lino, and tho 18,000 mon of tho Ocnoral nioctrlo company got their electrical loro from lilm. Ho Is paid ...

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. — 30 September 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 West Durlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Thk Rrvibw Is entered nt post odicc In Sfllnt Johns, Oesgon, as mall matter of tho second class under the Act of Con grees of March 3, 1879. OfflaUI Htvipspsr of las Oltr of 8k Jshfl. Job Prlntlar itcnUd In fl-it-cltM tyl. ows (or job irriniiBc csts on uturarr. Subscription price $1.60 peryenr. 1 The matter of laying a sewer through a small portion of the Weyerhaeuser tract in the north cud seems to be a cause of consid erable speculation on the part of a number of our citizens. There is quite n diversity of opinion as to just how the obstacle should have been surmounted. The city coun cil was not united as to just how to frocccd. Councilman Downey be icved the city should take the ag gressive at the start, and when the engineer decided that it was the only feasible route to follow, he favored going ahead and having the sewer laid regardless of what the Weyerhaeuser Timber Co.'s feelings might...

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. — 30 September 1910

Large Sales Low Prices You Need A Heating Stove It will pay you to see our line. The prices are lowest and terms are easiest. There's a Reason. We buy at factory prices for three large stores Our Faultless Heater Is made with a large door and also with a sliding top to take in large blocks of wood'. Is lined with heavy cast iron and trimmed with the best nickel. We have a large line of Oil and Coal Stoves. High Grade Sewing Machine $20.00 A Good Linoleum at - - - 54c Portland St. Johns Vancouver Local News. TUNGSTON LAMPS The Cheapest Light m The World r-Wwme Best for the Eyes ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. Mothers' meeting will be licit! nt the home ol Mrs. A. C. Gesler on Chicnizo street Monday afternoon nt 3:30. All nrc invited. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOO000OO00( O unii nnuiT time Til iuu uun i nnrc iu it up close to the fine heat in stuves we are showing. They will keep you warm in any part of the room in which you may chose to tit. Prices range from $2.00 to $20.00 ST. JOHNS...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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