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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 September 1910

Miss Prize's College Athlefc a Ily LAWRENCE ALFRED CLAY a (Copjiljht. tjto, by Aoc!led Litem t'rati.) Oh, Pruo's Just old-fashioned, and you mustn't pay attention. Bho speaks right out, but fllio means all right." Mr. Dun forth was at onco numbered with tho list who had boon run off. Ho was so scared that for tho noxt threo days ho lived mostly on tho out sldo of tho liouso. Fred's sister was charming, but ho saw by hor oyo that sho hadn't said all sho wanted to. On a ccrtnln morning Miss Pruo tt trnvi pnl1 nf Minn Prim rinllny Wat shu was good looking If sho was was going to Invito tho guent to walk old-fashioned. In hor caso thoy do- with her to n plcco of woodland In flnod old fashioned to mean that sho search of early flowers, but ho had had novcr boon In lovo nor glvon a vanished with Fred. young man a chanco to fall In lovo Sho thoroforo took tho Jaunt by hor- with her. Bho had a certain dignity self. A fnlr-stzcd river ran through that frightened them. Sho had a way tho woods...

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. — 30 September 1910

28c Ant. for fresh eras. 12Vie lb. for dressed Pork, lie lb. for dressed Vrl 16c lb. for Mr chickens. Smith part th above prltes. Hi never ehtnres you commission. You iret ALlt of your money when you ship to Smith. Address XTtANK U SMITH MEAT CO. "riehtlng tho Beef Trust" PORTLAND, OnCQON Dr. B. E. Wright Hr your teeth out r A pinto and brides worV dene. J or out-oMown patrons we links plaU uiiubw vtuik ui one oar u necessary. MiWCnwii,,,, J5.M 22V IW(. Tn6 J3.5( ) CUMim $U 1 tut Wit,.. Sl.tX Jl MlmlOmrl sutej ;$H CJR,Mrh.lJS.OC rut - MeWii tunc). . 50t tlEST METHODS TalnleM Extraction Frr when nlslm or bride. work Is ordered. Consultation Fre. You cannot fret letter painless wotk anywhere, no matt now mucn you pay. All Work fully Guaranteed for riltsen Year Dr. B. E Wright Co. 342J Washington St., Portland, Oregon Take car at depot and transfer to Wsshlniton SI i Slap on the Wrist. Tlithtwnd Did you oror notice, my dear, thnt nonrlr Ml thoso minora re ported In the papers nro singl...

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. — 30 September 1910

5 " Trio Symbolism Didn't Appeal, j' ''Charlie," sorrowfully sighed the . young Indy In the purlor of the con ( crete houso on Wnshlngtou uveuue. "II Is nearly 12 o'clock. "los, Dcllndn." wns the brcnthlns rcsponso of her poctlcul companion. who wns sitting ou the tofii liexlde her, "tho mlnuto bnnd U drnwIiiK . closer to tho hour hand, nnd when the Umo of midnight Is chimed the two hands will bo even as one. Oh, dar ling Belinda," bo continued as ho lit erally simulated the action of the mln uto hand, "may not tho coming to gcther of thoso two bonds bo sym bolical of us?" Sho broko nway nnd stood firmly on her feet. "No, Charles Henry Smith," sho retorted angrily, "thoso two hands will remain as ono but a slnglo sec ond, and then the minute bnnd will dlrorco Itself and go on Its wny alone. No, Mr. Smith, a mlnuto hand that doesn't stick Isn't the kind of sym bolism I wantr Chicago News. Dividing a Long Sermon. Dr. Samuel Uncll of the last half of tbo eighteenth century, who used to...

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. — 7 October 1910

Historical Society jlisirj ST. JOHNSi RjEVIEV if l,,,-,.--.,,. ff - - 1 ff j nd)ro'IlinrrrtTtll. Be- I' m . I .la lonctndkprliht II i ' Devoted to tbe Inltrcili of the Penlmula,' the Menfacturln. Center of the Northwest " Immmwm; ( VQI" 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, iw. 1 ' y NO. 48 I IT.. t.tt I I I i " I I- " - The Annexer's Dream lie was a citizen of St. Johns and for long he hud advocated annexing with Portland. He had depicted in ' glowing colors the many benefits that would accrue therefrom j how the streets would be better improv cd and with greater rapidity, how arc lights would be placed on every street corner, how Dull Ruu water would flow through the streets free iy aim unstintedly, now tnc new city dock would be immediately used in an extensive manner, how free mail delivery would be at once installed, how taxes would be low ered and the price of property large ly enhanced, and how the place wouiu latriy reek with milk and noncy. utese and many more things he h...

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. — 7 October 1910

COLLIER & COLLIER Lawyers Rooms in Holbrook Bulldlnjr. St. Johns, .... Oregon JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Day & Night Office In McChcsnoy blk. I'lion. Jtrtty Kl. St. Johns, Oregon. Rti. rloBi Jeru; 1571. Ofite Moo hntj 921 ALBERT CAREY, M. D. HOLBHOOK BLOCK Renldence 902 FMiendn Otrwt Office ltourai 10 a, m. to 1 p. in., 8 to 6 p. Bl. ST. JOHNS, OHCGON. Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M. D Residence, C97 Dawson Street Office, PHtor Block. University Pork, Portland, Oregon. DR. RAMBO DENTIST Ofllco Phono Richmond 51 First National Bank building. ST. JOHNS, OREGON. DR. W. E. HARTEL DENTIST Phono Richmond 201 Holbrook Block St. Johns Phono Jcrsoy 021 Holbrook Block DR. J. VINTON SCOTT DENTIST Open Evcnlnjrs nnd Sundays by Ap- KIntmont. Office Phono Woodlawn 703 Ken. Phono Woodlawn 1C55 D. E. HOPKINS DENTIST Office I tour. I Krotn (to 11 m 1 to 5 p. m. 7 to S p. m. 682 Dawson street, University Park Phono Jcrnoy 1C71 Hours: 2 to 0 p. m. ST. JOHNS PIANO SCHOOL Conduct...

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. — 7 October 1910

12J for Dressed Veal up to 110 lbs. 12 Jo for Dressed Clock lie. 16a for Lire Chickens. 30a for Freeh Eg-go. Smith psys the shore prices. He do not eliarse commission nor drayage. Ad Uroaa all shipments FRANK U SMITH MEAT CO. "Dentin the Beef Truat" PORTLAND, OREGON m Dr. B. E. Wright Hare your teeth out ard plate end brlJ-e work ISHtJi "".-of-lown pntrone we flnUh pleta w m one 07 u necessary. KdfCrmi..,. $5.00 mtrUnTRdb $3.50 CeUnEeri Sin hud raw.,. $1.00 Sfcer Han .... 50c n CmJ R.Mw Rh $5.00 nun. ,. ..$7.50 rYelw. htrtrtiM.. 50c II EST METiiona PalMe Extraction Krw when plate or btldie work la ordered. Consultation Free. Vou cannot pet Letter painless work anywhere, no matter how much you par. All Work fullf Guaranteed for rilteen Year Dr. B. E. Wright Co. 342 Wohtnton St., Portland, Oregon Take car at depot and tranafer to Washington St. f 9 f&) mmmmsmsm IMPROVEMENTS IN IRELAND explanation Wanted. "Oh, you are Mra. Ullizerr asked Iho vivacious ond bonuUful woman, on being i...

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. — 7 October 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE Tbr Rtvittw li entered at post office la flaint Johns, OiwRon, as mall matter oi Us second class mnder the Act of Con- gnt of March j, 1879. oaatai vTtpir of tt city or et (hat. O FrtaHof ttm tor it Ptli nested la Srtt-el nllif etib on dell til ityU. irtrr. Subscription price $1.00 par year. Irclnutl Is fighting for "Home Rule." St. Jolms Is trying to get nwoy from home rule. I tinny world. 1 I, Many there ore who deplore the fact that the new city dock was ever built, claiming It was n mon umcntal blitudcr. Yet tlicse same people would not be willing to sell the dock as it stands for three times what it cost the city three years ago. Is it a blunder to purchase something that increases 111 value 200 per cent in three years? If it is, wc would like to have n few of the same kind of blunders to our credit. While it was n mistake not to have provided for sidetracks when the dock was constructed,...

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. — 7 October 1910

2 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 TUNGSTON LAMPS The' Cheapest Light m The World t JwBGhe Bested: or the Eyes- . ELECTRIC STORE 7th St., Corner Alder St. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOCM o YOU DON'T HAVE TO tit up close to the fine heat lug stoves we re ghowiiiK- Tliey will keep you warm in any part o( the room in which you may chose to tit. Prices range from $2.00 to $20.00 uu ST. JOHNS HARDWARE CO. OOOOOCH m m r m I . -J 4 LU IVl t3 t. ri . omowuuu . Rough, Dressed, Flooring, Finish. Prompt Deliveries. Quality Guaranteed. Dry,...

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. — 7 October 1910

DAD SAID TO "GIT" THE DOY8 DID 80, AND EACH , MADE Did FORTUNE. Four Druthers Who Left Farm Fifty . Year Ago With $700 Apiece and Plenty of Qood Advice Now 8 Worth $25,000,000. Bridgeport, Conn. A llttlo ovor fifty years ago n fartnor named Miller, llv Ing near Mlddltitown, Conn., called In Ills four Bona Darius, Frank, Nathan O. and Charlos read thorn a lecturo on tli p ueo and abUBO of money, gavo thorn $700 nplcco, nnd told them to go out In tlio world and hustlo. Darius, tho oldest, was not 30 then, tho youngoit was scorcoly 20. Thoy ncattored and workod, schomod nnd thrlrod, and rccontly thoy mot to gether In tho homo of Frank to colo- brato tho goldon woddlng of Darius nnd his wlfo, thoy told how thoy had multiplied thnt $2,800 almost ton thou nnnd fold. Tho estimated wealth of tho brothora today Is $25,000,000. Tho story roads llko ono from tho "Arabian Nights." Tho four Aladdlna apparently had but to rub tholr lamps to gntn powor and wealth, and throughout tho story tho figu...

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. — 7 October 1910

BIG WAR ON OPIUM TrohibltiVoLaw May Result from Harjuo Conforcnoo United States Takea Initiative In Fight Against' Drug Used by 150,000 The Presldent'e Floatlno Home. WnBhlngton An Intornatlonat agree ment for'tho suppression of tho opium ".trninc may result from a conforonco -of tho Interested powors nt Tho lingua. Tho United Stntos Is taking tho Inlttatlvo In tho fight nnd tho call for tho conforonco was mado through diplomatic notes from Sccrotarjr of Siuto Knox. Tho doslro of this gov- eminent la to soo ombodlod In tho In tornntlonal law somo form of atatuto trow out of tho belief that only through tho co-oporatlon of opium pro- cucing and exporting countrlos with our customs ofnclnls can tho prohlbl tory stntuto of 1808 against the Im portatlon of fumablo opium Into tho United Stntos bo mado offoctlvo. Do- spite tho uncoaslng o Aorta of customs oniclals It Is known 08,000 pounds of tno drug woro amugglod last year for tno uso or 150,000 people. Thirteen and possibly fourteon co...

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. — 7 October 1910

Local and Otherwise ordinance no. 326. ordinance no. 325. Hi , Shoe repairing at 1 1 1 South Jer sey street, J. T. Brooks & Sou. ' For Rent Modern 6 room house, fine river view. See K. C. Couch. An Ordinance Establishing the Grade on Bradford Street in the City of St. Johns Between Richmond andSalem Streets. A St. Johns RaiiEC for $38.00, hcuarnntecd for ten years, nt Calcf Ilros. o If vou want lots on terms, fine river view sec E. C. Hurlbert, 324 Fcsscudcu street. The City of St. Jiiins docs ordain as follows: That the irradc of Bradford street In the Cltv of St. lolinn between Richmond and Salem streets be, and the same Is hereby established according to and In conformity with the tirofile thereof on file in the office of the City Recorder of said cltv. which said nrofllc has-been ex amlncd by the council and found satis factory and Is hereby adopted ami ap proved, Passed by the Council October .1th 1910. Approved by the Mayor Oct. 4th, taio, 1. 1'. HUNDR1CKS, Mayor. Attest: ...

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. — 14 October 1910

Historical Society IT'S NOW UP TO YOU ! I III I I 1 V I W I QET IN THE HABIT I 1 Toiubtcrlbe for THIS Pjr. I I . m W JT JL JL X JL. ,11 d T Jl iM T T I Of dvrtlilnr In THIS i'lptr f J AUthentwi while It li new It j -" . 2 andyon'llntTtrrtxrtlH. De- S our motto. Call In and enroll 1 ila utoncotndktiprlthtat II J It .tn Jm-s4Msw1K Devoted to (he Interest! of (he Penlniula, (he Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOI,. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910. NO. 49 i 1 1 Judge Holcomb's Views In ttic article below Judge W. W. Holcomb gives reasons why he Is convinced that it. is best for St. Johns to remain independent of Portland for the present. Mr. Hoi comb favored annexation when the mibiect was first broached, but after giving the matter deeper thought is firmly convinced tuai tlic time for annexation is not ripe. His impressions follow: I have been risked by a number of citizens of St. Johns to write up tny views on the question of annexa tion with Portland. Heine a resi...

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. — 14 October 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 Wont Burlington Street. BY A. W. MARKLE THK Rxvibw la entered at po In Saint Johns, Oneon, as mail matter of tho second class wudej the Act of Con grttt of March J, 1879. OXMtl HrvnP" t Ottr of Bt. Jena. r fiMaUd In flrttcliii ttjrl rrinunc n on am Jtt PrtnUn 3tut lor rt Subiorlptlon prlc $1.00 par year. In another column will be found nu article from the pen of H. C. Hurlbcrt in which two features of the annexation question is taken up and construed as arguments in favor of annexation. We desire to take issue with Mr. Hurlbcrt and attempt to show where he is wrong in his deductions. In the first place he states and endeavors to prove that St. Johns has no "indiv iduality," because two or three in dtistrial plants have seen fit to in corporate under the initial title of "Portland." Let us sec. The first he cites is the Portland Manu facturing Co., and the next the Portland Woolen Mills. Doth these industries were established when St...

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. — 14 October 1910

I Local News. L in o Crescent Range Made in St. Johns Faultless Heater A. i ii m Built to Bake The Crescent our Special rnnne Is especially built to bnkc quickly mid perfectly with the very smallest consumption of fuel. An ex ceptionally thick lining of asbestos between the two heavy sheets of steel that form the body makes it a perfect heat retainer. No heat is wasted; the cooking surfaces got all the benefit. The one-piece oven of tO-gitagc boiler steel heavily braced on top, is a special feature with the Crescent. The castings arc very heavy new gray iron and the nickel trim mings arc absolutely p'a'n. EnMlv kept, ensi iv operated, saving in tuci ami until to last a lifetime. The Cres cent is one of the best values in the store at.. uiei mm mini io last a $3420 Winter Comfort The Faultless Heater is a real beauty and one of the best radiators of heat we have ever been able to secure. The ventilated cast fire-box with air chamber between the body is a special feature with this hea...

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. — 14 October 1910

ARSENIC POIS. Measures to be Voted On Local and Otherwise Th Tortura That Entuei Dsalh Brings Relief. When a single dose of arsenic In auf- flclent quantity to bo felt has been taken colicky pains, bowel disorder nnd perhaps nausea result. In the courso of an hour after a poisonous dose has been taken an intense burn lng pnln Is felt In the esophagus ami stomach. This spreads to tho entire anterior portion of tho lower part of tho trunk. A senso of constriction nt tho throat and an acrid, metallic tiisU accompany tho pain. Then vomiting nnd relaxation of the bowels Ih'hIii. As tho caso progresses tho symptoms Increase In IntotiBlly. Then comes n thirst that water will not allay, al though It apparently Increases tho stomach disturbance. Tho victim groans and writhes. Now ho Implored tho doctor to savo him. Then ho begs to bo hilled nnd put out of pain. Tho extremities become Icy. Tho pulso Is small, feeble and fre quent, and tho brcnthlng Is labored, embarrassed and painful because ...

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. — 21 October 1910

JhD! TOHInIn PPVIPW r r our motto. Call In .nd enroll J MB ' T T T 01 4rrtlilnf In THIS Pare f f V flBf J nd jroi'llnirtr rtrrtlll. De 5 tn-m-1fit-n.-1T.-nnnilt ."WE I latonctndketprlhtt II I ; . Devoted to (he lntcrct, ol the PfaljSSjj the Manufacturing Center of the Nortliweit afwttviwHMHiMi. V0L" 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, 4r!DAY, OCTOBER iwi. NQ 50 I l I - A I ' ' i II1C . Ten Vears Experience Following is an article from subscriber and friend of the Review, living in Clearfield, Pa., and tells the experience of ten years of nn ncxatioii. As it 'deals with acttin experience nnd not with theory, i lesson might well be drawn there from: lit . M .a. "i sec oy me kcvicw that some of your citizens arc anxious to be annexed to the city of Portland, and having visited your beautiful city a couple of times, and therefore knowing your situation, I thought a few points from one who had ten years of annexation experience inigm uo ot some bcticut to your people, uur city is the capital of me coun...

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. — 21 October 1910

TOE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 WoBt Burlington Street. DY A. W. MARKLE Tltn Rrvikw is entered nt tx In Saint John, Oragon, At mail nintter of the tocond claw wider the Act of Con- gri of March 3, 1879 Jeb Printlar Frli Pristine Bill lor Jo f U 7lr cf It. Jshn. la flu xttoUd tint .ml, dUTry. Subscription prloe $1.00 par year. Mr. Ii. C. Hurlbcrt, 111 reply to our sunirestioii nnd protwsitioii last week that he "fight annexation," declines nncl gives what might np pear to be plausible reasons for so doing. The first reason given in volves the rock crusher proposi tion. Mr. Iliirlbcrt says that Mr. Ncase can cease to furnish rock for the city streets now by forfeiting Ji.Soo. This we will not attempt to deny, because it is n fact. He further states that Mr. Ncase is a business man. This is also true. Therefore, being n business man ami a good one, he saw an oppor tunity of doing a stroke of business with the city ol it. joliiis. Jic made a proposition to the city 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. — 21 October 1910

f I he Crescent Ranee , sj i . unmo r THIS ISOUR SPECIAL It is BUILT to BAKE QUICKLY and perfectly with the least amount of fuel. The oven is one piece, 16 guagc boiler, stecl,.hcavily braccd.has an exceptionally thick lining of asbestos between the two heavy sheets of steel. 1 he nickel trimmings are absolutely plain. Easily kept, easily operated, saving in fuel and lasts a life time. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, ST. JOHNS Electric Motors supply the Cheapest iorm oi , , . POWER for " " : ' Shops andjactories P.R.L&P.C0. SEVENTH and ALDER STREETS DOOOOOOOOOOO QOOOQOOOOOOOOO Before you buy step in and look over our line. Our prices can not be beaten. Complete line of Coal and Wood Heaters. St. Johns Hard ware Co. OOOOOOOOO OOOOOOi ft l tMtM't tt itt lumber: Rough, Dressed, Flooring, Finish. Slabwood I Prompt Dry, Deliveries. Green, Quality Blocks, Guaranteed. Trimmings ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO. Phone Richmoud 131 H. HENDERSON 122 Jersey St. Real Estate, Loans, Insurance Ahstrncts of Title Pre...

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

Measures to be Voted On For the benefit of the voters vc publish a list of the official ballot titles of each of the 32 initiative nud referendum measures to be, voted on November 8th. There nre enough of them to keep the voter busy from now until election trying to digest them: (Continued from last week). A bill for a law to create the county of Deschutes, Oregon, out of the northwest portion of Crook county, Oregon, providing for its organization, the salaries of its offi cers, and settlement of the finances between the proposed county and Crook county. 350 Yes. 351 -No. A bill for an act providing for the creation of new towns, counties and municipal districts (excepting drainage and irrigation districts) of less than one county or changing the boundaries of existing counties bv a majority vote of the legal voters of the territory within the boundaries of the proposed munici pality. and providing that 30 per cent of the number of legal voters within each territory may petition fo...

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

Hb'orJcol Sociei, ST. JOHNS REVIEW s GET IN THE HABIT OfadrtrtUtdcin THIS Ptpti IU. ,OVIlDtTf rtfTtllt. Df ttn.lt one and kMprlfhUt II To iubcrlb tor TIIISPpcr. All f h nwt whll It ll new! It dor motto. Call In and enroll Devoted to the Interest of the Penlniuta, the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOL. 6 ST. JOHNS, OREGON; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1910. . NO. 5t Judge ilolcomb's Views Since last week's issue of the Review I have talked to about 100 of our residen's, asking them their wishes aud vi -.vta on auncxatiou, and I have invariably heard the otic query: "What advantages will we receive by auncxatiou?" A few believe that they would receive ad vantages, while the tnauy, like my Self, cannot sec any benefit By auncxatiou Portland could undoubtedly purchase the St. Johns Water Co.'s franchise, provided they would be willing to sell. That, of course, would have to be paid by taxes on our property, which is an item of great importance that should bo cousidcred. , now long would ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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