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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 2 December 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Stroot. DY A. W. MARKLE THrt Rkvirw is entered at post office In Balnt Johns, Oragon, as mall matter of th xond class wider the Act of Con- grtM of March 3, 18fq. OBti lrrnpr tt lbs City of It. J that. Adftrtlilnt riUt, (1.00 per Inch tr month. lit Frtotinf iimUd la flrit-oJtti itjria. OtUi Mr ok rrlnllnf cub on dturtrr. lubsorlatlon prlo $1.00 par year. The oflicinl population of Port land lias been placed at a little more tlinn 207 thousand, while Se nttlc is credited with nbout fifteen per cent more. It is generally be licved that neither census is cor red. In both cities ninny names were thrown out. nud Portlaud claims to have gotten the worst of the deal. Doth cities arc open to censure. It was the duty of the regularly appointed enumerators to take the census, but over zealous individuals, fearful that some names would be overlooked or would not be completed within the specified time, voluntarily went out nud s...

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. — 2 December 1910

7 NORTH BANK PHARMACY HOAIE OF THE PAAIOUS NYALS and A. D. S. REMEDIES. VB DIJMVKR UVHRYWHURK 1'RHIi "CURRIN SAYS SO." l'HONIi COI.UMMA so; To Have a Merry Christmas You Should Have a Cheery Home A needed piece of Furniture or a new Rug will help you greatly. You can get them here on easy terms. Remember a small deposit will hold your selection. A Book Case and Desk com bjned for $11.75 to $30.00 A very useful gilt This Hall Mirror In beautiful Quarter Oak and French Plate $5.25 others from $2.00 to $7. Wilt add to the beauty ol your hall Three Stores Portland St. Johns Vancouver ' .0 h r . mm ?5Rv7f!S53S A BEAUTIFUL QUARTERED OAK BUFFET IN THE EARLY ENGLISH, Special cash price $18.00 PORTLAND DEVLIN ASH $25.00 QUARTERED OAK STANDS $2.50 LIBRARY TABLES $3.25 to $20 m SPECIAL SALE 250 Watt (200 c. p.) Tungsten Lamps r c $2.00 each ! j An -Unrivaled Lamp - for Stores, Restaurants and Halls ELECTRIC STORE Alder Street, at Seventh Millinery nt half price, at the Voruc. Sec Abraham Linco...

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. — 2 December 1910

in1 Just fifty-two good numbers, one after another, of only the best rend ing selected from the. world's abundance of every sort. Nearly three hundred of the most entertaining stories ever written not the kind that arc forgotten as soon as read, but stories that one loves to remember and talk about. Then there arc the famous men and women who write for Compan ion readers. It is the next best thing to meeting them face to face, for thev choose tonics winch arc sure to be of interest for their audi ence of three million Companion readers. The Announcement of the en larged and improved Companion for next year will be sent to any address free, and with it sample copies of the Companion. Those who subscribe at once, sending $1.75, will receive free all the issues for the remaining weeks of 1910; also the Companion's Art Calendar for 1911, lithographed In thirteen colors ami gold. THIi YOUTH'S COMPANION, 144 Ucrkelcy St., Hoston, Mass. New subscriptions received at this office. RESOLUTION...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 9 December 1910

ST. Johns review J IT'S NOW UP TO YOU j To subscribe for THIS Paper. GET IN THE HABIT Of Jvrllilot In THIS Paper and yoa'll never rectal It. Be lln at once and keep rlfbt at II J All Ihe newt wnue nit news if J our motto. Call In and enroll Jtmiimw,.an.Ki.'K k Devoted to the Interest! of the Peninsula, the AUnufacturlng Center of the Northwest VOL. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1910. NO. 5 The Ferry Meeting As Others See It. Car Service Bad Indications of Gusher How About This? Council Proceedings Country Still Safe ' A liasty meeting of the citizens of St. Johns was called last Thurs day evening to entertain a proposi tion regarding the purchase of the ferry apparatus hy the city which it was understood would be made by the owners. Hut the meeting turned out to be something like a wedding with the bridegroom miss ing. The owners were not pres ent at first atid they were sent for. When they arrived I. J. Peterson as spokesman of the ferry people stated that they had no pr...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 9 December 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE PublUhed Every Friday At 117 Went Burlington Street. Lid on in St. Johns (?) TnR Rkvirw Is enter eil nt post office In flint Johns, Ortjon, ae mall tnntter ol ine second cinsa miaer uic Act 01 v-on frrftss ol March 3, 1879. OBaUl Zfrwspspsr of Un Olty of Bl. Johns. Adt.rllilnr rtita, tt.00 per Inch rr month itt Pftntta tifrraUA In flritcUn ! Subscription prlos $1.00 per year. It's n wise woman wlio makes her husband believe she believes all he tells her. o Knrlv to bed nntl reluctant to rise has kept ninny n ninn from win iihig the prize. The old-fashioned cradle went out about the time race suicide and the poodle came in. There arc plenty of ways to make vour mnrk in the world without tisttiK hammer. "Pa, what isn Democrat?" "A Democrat my son, is n Republican gone mad. hx. Don't approach canned chicken with a cluck. It tuny at one time have been a steer in the stockyard. There's no fool like an old fool, unless it is 11 yon lie fool who thinks ...

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. — 9 December 1910

QUITS WANTED 12 Sales Ladies, 4 salesmen and 6 boys to distritn ute circulars. Transcontinental Salvage Co., Adjusters. iclnocc ?irr4 tr Qf- Inline? -vl-vJ-v f-!,rko H Tht FnHr-p 10 000 Sfark ta hp thmwn nnnn fh Mar- kct and Converted into Cash Quickly Regardless of Loss or Sacrifice Store will be CLOSED for TWO DAYS to Mark Down Prices and Arrange Stock for this fast and Furious Selling Commences on Thursday, Dec. 9th at 9 O'clock Prices in many instances will be marked at less than FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR OF WHOLESALE COST As this must be a quick, clean wind-up. Cobb's loss, your gain. Get in line early Store now in the hands of The Transcontinental Salvage Co., who will neither spare pains nor money in making this the greatest sale ever witnessed in St. Johns Men's, Women's and Children's Rubbers 20 per cent off. Men's Work Shoes, 20 per cent reduction. Ail Children's Shoes 20'per cent off. Women's Shoes Ev erything goes 20 per cent reduction. SO Silk . Handkerchiefs Sale, 27c....

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 9 December 1910

ADAM'S PEAK. A Shrine 8cred to Three Conflicting Religious Sects. Throughout Asia '"holy places" nre almost os numerous ns leaves ou a tree, but In Ceylon Is n inoiititnln tvhlcli enjoy the unique distinction of beliiK n Tery holy place to the devotcex of tbrco absolutely distinct and conflict liiB religious sects, This is Adam's Peak, or Hnmnnnln. According to the Mohammedan be lief, Adam, after the fall, was I a ken by an angel to tho top of Biunannln, and a panorama of nil tho Ills that through sin should nllllct mankind was spread out before him. Ills foot left n Impression on tho solid rock, nnd his tears formed tho take from which pilgrims still drink, Tho Ihuldhlsts contend that It was not Adam, but Uuddlm himself Hint made the foot print In tho rock, that being the last spot where ho touched tho earth be foro ascondlug to heaven, while tho Ilrahmlns hnvo still another legend. All, howovcr, Ilrahmlns, Molmiium dans and Chinese, agree (hat Hauiniiala Is n very holy place, and ...

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. — 9 December 1910

A beautiful quar tered oak buffet in the Early Eng lish, special cash price $18 Portland Dealers Ask $25.00 To Have a Merry Christ mas You Should Have a Cheery Home A needed piece of Furniture or a new Rug will help you greatly. You can get them here on easy terms. Remember a small payment will hold your se- This Hall Mirror in beautiful Quar ter Oak and French Plate $5.25 other from $2.00 to $7 Will add to the beauty of your hall lection. vmr- I Emm jmM mm I zLfifrifA WS0IS A Book Case and Desk combined for $11.75 to $30.00 A vco useful gift. THREE STORES Portland St. Johns Vancouver Quartered OaK Stands $2.50 Library Tables $3.25 to $20 Local and Otherwise Now is the time to order jour job printing for the new yenr. o Go oil home cooking nud clean beds at the Central Hotel,?5 n week Mrs. J. P. JJarues of OaUdale, Cnlifornin, is visiting lier .sister. Mrs. I'.. 15. Coon. W. A. Storr mid family left lust week for Frankfort, Mich., where they will remain indefinitely. The Willamette ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 9 December 1910

9 CYCLONE FORMATION. " The Mechanical Laws Are the Same at In a Whirlpool. Any oao cnn ranko tuo cxnct counter part of n cyctono If ho so desires. Of course n cyclone Is cutiscd by tlio nlr orcr n biff nren gettliiK wiirin nnd light with small pressure. This nlr consequently tries to rise utmost In n body nnd leaves n pnrllnl vncuuin be hind, but tbo outsldo cold nlr rushes In from nil sides. Now, It Is n seluii tide nud mcchnnlcnl truth thnt when u fluid runs In from nil sides (ownrd n central point It causes n whirlpool or rotntlon of the fluid. The cxnct anal ojry of n cyclone, then, nlthoURh with tho fluid wntcr Instead of nlr, In seen when tho stopper Is pulled out of tho bottom of n bnsln full of wntcr. An almost perfect vacuum, ns far ns the wntcr Is concerned, Is cnusrd by tho wntcr Immediately over tho stopper running out Tho rest of the wntcr rushes In from nil directions, nnd n whirlpool Is the result Thero Is one difference hero from tbo nlr cyclone. In tlm nlr tbo forco...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 16 December 1910

HJitorlcal Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW iGET IN THE HABIT j Of admtlrim In TlttS Paper , and yoi'Ilnarar regret It. Dc r tlnatoncaandkwprUhtat It 1 i IT'S NOW UP TO YOU I To iubscrlbo (or THIS Paptr. All the newt whll It l( newi li 1 , our motto. Call In and enroll 1 ' 1 Deroted to (be Interest of the Penlniula, (be Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOI,. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1910. NO. 6 The Paving Question High School Art Exhibit The Ferry Meeting Street Improvement Says it is Illegal Site Near Dry DocR Council Meeting As dcnioiistrntcd at the meeting lost week, the property owners aloiig Jersey street nre pretty much "up iu the nlr" rcgurding the hard surfacing that should be laid on that thoroughfare next spring. They arc unanimous, however, 111 wanting the best that can be pro cured. Some favor Hassam, some nsphalt, some bitulithic, and quite a number arc becoming interested in what is termed Wcstrtimitc pav ing, and the first of this kind was laid In this c...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 16 December 1910

THE 6T. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Stroot Tan Rkvirw Is entered at post office In Saint Johns, Otwjoii, as mall matter of the second class rnider the Act of Con frress of March 3, 1870, Qflatal Snpptr of tat City of 8t Jshn. AdmlUUg rsUi, 91.00 par Inch ptr month. r jMattaf i-uUl la flritdM tiyla, Mil Ut i Filnllni oMh oa dellrerr. All eommanttstUni shonld b sddrtusd to 7Bt Btnnr, nt. Johns, onion. All tdTtrililng bills p7itlt first of eieb montn. lubaerlsitlon prloa $1.00 per year. The city council lias been male ing lmstc slowly in regard to the sewer proposition on Jersey street, o Prospects for a free ferry nt St. Johns arc beginning to assume a rosv hue. The transportation Co. and the citizens arc getting together on a proposition that augurs sue cess. Calcf Bros, will be open evenings until Xmas. 0 Thomas Condon tins beautified his home on West Richmond by treating his residence to a fine new coat of paint. John McNeil has purcha...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 16 December 1910

Christmas Presents will be appreciated if you select something USEFUL as well as nice. Can you find a better place to select such a gift than a FURNI TURE STORE? Wc can give you easy 'terms and deliver your selections when ever you wish them. A largo variety to select from and our prices are lowest. Rugs Linoleum Lace Curtains Portieres Comforts Blankets Stands Library Tables Dining Tables China Closets Buffets Reed Rockers Morris Chairs Rockers Foot Stools HOME FURNISHERS Portland St. Johns Vancouver HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS ELECTRIC CURLING IRONS HOT WATER HEATERS MILK WARMERS HEATING PADS - ; ELECTRIC STORE Alder Street, at Seventh By A Special ARRANGEMENT WITH SAN TA CLAUS, I am offering a beau tiful, genuine Stainer Violin with the stamp on it, and a course of 20 Icssous for only $15.00. s down find 50 cents a week. Ti e Joyal patron of the St. Johns School System who attended the picture exhibit last week will understand the meaning of this offer, which applys only to children goin...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 16 December 1910

The Paving Question Continued from first pago. opportunity to examine the differ ent kinds of pavement laid down in Chicago. The pavement constructed in the cities named above was not put down by the Wcstrutnitc Company, but by independent contractors who purchased their material from the Westhumitc company. At our request Messrs. Lyons nud Wallace have written letters giving the streets, the date of construction and their opiniou as to the quality and virtues of this pavement a copy of each of these letters is hereto at tached as a part of this report. City Kngincer Lyons in the course of his discussion with us ex pressed his opinion that the end of ten years the Westrumite pavement would be in as sound condition as when first laid down. He nlso said that the oldest pavement they . had had never cost them a dollar of ex pense for repairs. These engineers also stated to us that solne of these streets were subjected to very heavy trnffic. be mi? on t ic route to mm from the steel mil...

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 December 1910

Ulstoiiml Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW 3f" IT'S NOW UP TO YOU j To subscribe for THIS Paper. Jf All the new while It Unewi It tf our molt . Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Of idmtlilnc In THIS Paper and yoa'll never regret It. De tin at once and keep rlfht at II i Deroted to (he Interesti of (he Penlniula, the Maoufaclurlng Center of (he Northweit VOL. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DKCKMIHJR 23. 1910. NO. 7 Improvement Delayed Bennett's Ideas Let AH Bid Seeks Damages Council Meeting ,Thc property owners on Dawson street in St. Johns have about de cided that they will take no further steps toward improving that thor oughfare until the Portland Rail way, Light and Power Company will dedicate and improve its right o'f way in return for a perpetual franchise. Mrs. Caples is perhaps the property owner most affected by the proposed opening and wid ening of this street, as she owns 2400 feet in the district, 1200 feet on each side of the streetcar track, and the strip on the southerly side ...

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. — 23 December 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 Woat Uurllngton Street. Tub RXV1KW Is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oi'on, bs mail lnntler of the second class nnder the Act ol Con gress of March J, 1879. Offloltl Hswipspsr of Ut Oily of St. Johns. Adrertlilne rstti, 11.00 per Inch pur month Job Prlnllnr .tnjutfd In flrst-lis iijle t)liU tor JoV Printing- csib on delltrrr. Alt commnnlettloni nhould b sddreiied lo Tht BotUw, Bt. Johnt, Orejon. All ndnrtlilof bills psjstls Aril of Pfio' mnnlh. Subirlptlon price $1.00 per your. Willi what kind of hard surface shall Jersey be ived is Retting to ben inticli mooted question. Rep resentatives of the Hiissnin, Bitu lithic mid Westrtiinite companies nre especially active in advancing the merits of their various products here. Westruinite seems to In growing in fnvor right olotig, while Hitulithic is in the lend so fnr. Hut those favoring Westriimitenre mak ing n vigorous fight, nnd if they cannot convince n majorit...

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. — 23 December 1910

V I t Christina I will be appreciated if you select j something USEFUL as well as nice, t Can vou find a better nla.rp f.n ! select such a gift than a FURNI- I i TUKiU JSTUKEY Wo Prill trtvn vnn rnet Incme ni1 tK.... , 7 O J J i-t "iJ twin Vt.llWl j uiu selections when ever yon wish then). $ X A t ... . t - . . t v mige variety 10 select trotn and onr prices arc lowest, f Morris i Chairs t Local News. Meny Christmas to all. Mrs. Hnrry Mansfield is on the sick list this week.- i TJ .. . . :.. i A I.IUUIUUIII Curtains Portieres Comforts Blankets Stands I Library I Tables Dining Tables China X n i.. Buffets Reed Rockers Rockers Foot Stools ,1" Heaters t HOME FURNISHERS I Portland St. Johns Vancouver HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS Time is short ! ! ! Electric goods are ready for quick delivery and instant services Toasters, Electric Flat Irons, Port able Desk Lamps, Shaving Mugs, Heating Pads, Christmas Tree Lighting Outfits. ELECTRBC STORE Alder Street, at Seventh "The OrniiRe store has drugs of ...

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. — 23 December 1910

THE GRACEFUL ANTELOPE. He 8smi Dorn of f.lflht and Nursed In the Lap of the Wind. For mu tliero Imvu Itocn no falivr dnys tlmu when tlm nntelupc sklinniei! ttio plain Willi Icki nebulous with apood on tliat low, Kcntlo enntor whose deceptive motion left the best nlim-il bullet far behind. For the nutelupe Is the only lnrj;o nulinnl Unit la wholly plrltuellc. (Jrnct-fnl ns he limy neeui when npurnltiK the ground mill hwIiik lng high over rocks ntiil brush, to re bound like n ball nl the next touch of earth, there Is still Honictlilii earthly nbout the doer. Hut the nntolopc "coins born of llirlit mid nursed In the lap of the wind. All his niovcnieiitu show that he wns meant for the nlr rather than the earth. Thoimh Nature made n HlUrht eliiuiKe In kIvIiik him less Itmtcnd of wIiiks, Hhe made no mistake, nnd her work has nlways been the wonder and love of the hunt er. When troubles nrl.se the deer taken to the harbor of the hills, but the antelopo steers for the open sea Hie farther t...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 December 1910

Historical Sor ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubscrlbc for THIS Paptr. All (he ntwi whlli It It new It our motti,. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT OlaoVertlilactn THIS rape and yoa'il niter retret It. De it It. Bf 1 rlfbtatlt J tin at one and keep DeToted to tke Interest! of (he Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center ot the Northwest VOL. 7 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1910. NO. 8 Want All to Bid New Trolley Line A Good Resolution Good Push Club Council Meeting Wants Competition Want Larger Salaries A meeting bf the Jersey street property owners convened in the city hall Inst Thursday night to deal with the hard surface proposi tiou further. Only a small percent age were interested enough to be present, but the attendance was v , augmented by a number of citizens who arc more or less interested in the progress being made. The meeting was called to order by Chairman A. W. Davis, while Sec retary Paschal Hill kept tab on things as they bobbed up. A rep resentative ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 December 1910

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published' Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Stroot. ThR Rkvirw Is entered at post office la Balnt Johns, Oregon, as mall matter of the second class nnder the Act of Con great of March 3, 1879. eiMiJ Vmwsr at tbs oitr of at Jskn. Admitting ratu, $1.00 pr Ineh pr month. M Prtnttaa inUd la flncl iryls. MM r fat Vitalise eaih on dliTrr. All oamnnl(tttoDi ihonld b addriuid to nt Berts, Bl. Johns, Onion. All sdtsrtlllnc bllli p7tU flnt of eseb asnth. Subesrlptlon price $1.00 per yenr. Two Ohio scrub women arc to receive shares in million-dollar es tates left by their grandfathers. Please pass that variety of grand fathers this way. The city can congratulate Itself upon making such advantageous terms with M. G. Ncasc for the operation of the city rock crush er and quarry for the next five years. Portland is compelled to pay much more for its crushed rock than St Johns and the rock owned by this city L the very best on the coast. The city tax was plac...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 December 1910

$50 Range for $34.20 i First class in every re spept. A perfect baker, fuel saver, quick in service, easy to keep nickel parts absolutely plain, boiler riveted, tri ple wall body. MADE IN ST. JOHNS Asbestos lining full quarter inch thick, be sides other special fea tures. The Greatest Range Value Ever Offered Compare it with other $50 ranges and you will agree with us. Local News. The days arc growing a tiny longer. bit These are some of the St. Johns users. Askthem Mrs. h. K. York Mites McAllister G. U. Briggs Gus Monguson R. M. Hnddow J. S. Storr A. II. Barney .Nick I.ockovick John Peterson C. P. Jcnnison D. N. Hyerlcc R. J Uglow Louis Trcbcr These ranges are sold and guaranteed by Judge Ilolcomb Andrew Ostrtnn O. C. Gould V. M. Snttcrlec Prank Lowering G. Kttcruinuu IJ. Vay Mills C. C. Huff T. Wnitc 0. M. Howland W. M. Hurley Thos. Nelson Mrs. A. Kvctt J. Beyer K. O. Bender J. J. McCntm A. W. Mnrklc A. C. Gains Frank Heck D. McFcrn Mrs. W. B. Shaw Daniel Ferguson Charlie Moy P. L...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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