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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 December 1910

i "FORT BLUNDER." It Wat Ereoted by Our Government on Canadian Soil. ' It Is not generally known tbnt our government once undertook to meet a fort on British soil. The sllu or thin fort, nftcrwnrd cnlled Kort Montgom ery, wns nbout linlf n mile norllienst of House's I'olnt, N. V., not far from flie foot of Lake Clininplnln. Popular ly it was known aa "Port Uliinder." It appears that after tho war of 1811! our government felt tho necessity of Kuardlug tho cutranco to Luke Chum plain. Accordingly In 1815 wan begun tho erection of Kort Montgomery. Tho original notion was to construct groat fort. In those days that meant n fort with three tiers of gnus. When tho wurk had been In hand for Rome tlino It wan discovered thnt owing to nn error of early surveyors, the actual boundary between New York and Canada, the forty-fifth par nllcl of north latitude, pasxed south of tho fort. Work on tho fort wuh huh pt uilcd for about twonty-flvo yoam. and not until tho year 1812 was the territory rest...

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. — 6 January 1911

Historical Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Tombierlb far THIS Paper All the new while It It ntnrfli our motto, Call In nd enroll GET IN THE HABIT Of dertllnf In THIS Piper ndros'llnertrrf (relit. He tin it once no J keep rltbt t II Deroted to the Interests of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOL. 7 . ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. 191 1. NO. 9 When Pa Was a Boy School Meeting Buys Marine Iron Works The Salary Question Raises the Question Council Meeting Local and Otherwise When he was just a little boy, Gcc, how he ust to workl He sawed the wood aud built the fires Ah' never tried to shirk. He always filled the rcscrvoy An swept the porches, too; 'N I guest there wasn't many things Pa didn't ust to do. Now tna gets up and builds the fires, She says I am too small An' sweeps the porches an' the walks An' doesn't mind nt all. She says she's glad to let my pn His morning nap enjoy, Because he's tired with all the work He done when he's a boy. ...

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. — 6 January 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW r BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 WoBt Burlington Btroot. Th RKVIRW Is entered nt post office In Saint Tohm. Ore? on. as mail matter oi Uie ocond class wider the Act of Con- grofli of March 3, 1879. 0B4U1 Rurtytfir of Ut City of fit Jotm. Wi Makes Correction Admitting rit.i, 1.00 par Inch per month. Jot Printing fi40t4d In flrilcUn iljU. BB1 ftr Jok Prlnllni cub on dellrenr. All eomnmnUtllou ibonld b tddrened to 7ii Brrltw, BL Johni, Oregon. All 4fttliln bllli ptfrtU flrt of each meath. Subscription prloo $1.00 per year. Sonic of the city dailies were so anxious tlmt the county comiuls sioncrs refuse to itivcstlRnte the coit' dition of the St. Johns ferry tlmt they stated a couple of days before action wns taken upon the petition by the Hoard, that the com mission crs had refused to investigate fur titer. Tlicv did not use nearly so much space or give it much proml nence when correcting the state incuts afterward. A bill will be presented at the ne...

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. — 6 January 1911

$50 Range for $34.20 Our special The Crescent, made in St, Johns, Oregon 100-piece Dinner Set PEKIN . BLUE Regular Price - - $28.00 Red Tag Sale Price $12.50 We Wish You A Successful New Year And thank you for helping us give a successful New Years reception, ine tollowmg were the lucky people:, ist Prize Number 175 $10.00 Mrs. J. F. Gillmorc, Hayes street aud " " 87 5.00 Mrs. G. V. Weeks, Fox 3"! " " 263 5.00 Grace Roycr, West Polk " 41 " " 43 3-oo Ida Zink, North Jersey " 5tti , 3' 3-oo , Bessie Fountain, Tliompsou street 6th " 2J9 3.00 Frank Powers. Fesseiulcn " 7tl " ' " 307 3oo Chas. Cook, St. Johns , Stli " " 21 2.00 Mrs. R. M. Gilliam 9' " 65 1 2- Mrs. 15. C. Monnicli, McKcnna Ave., Portsmouth 10th. ' V v . !' 109 2.00 Mrs. K. L. Rcid, Stafford street Ilth ." :" 53" 2.00 Mrs. J. Lee Starr, Crawford street " " s" 178 ,2,00 Mary Hinc, Tioga street I3th . !' ' 241 2.00 Mrs. Miles McAllister, North Fillmore street 41 " " 285 2.Q0 S. J. Wright, St. Johns l5U " " 329 2,00 Notuy Lcl...

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. — 6 January 1911

DISTRICT CLERK'S 638 a 1 1 ANNUAL SCHOOL REPORT to the Board of Directors mid citUciisof School District N0.2 of Multnomah comity, State of Oregon, nentlemon' I herewith transmit to von ns required by law, the annual report of the schools in District No. a, in your county, for the year ending the third Monday in June. 1910. OliNBRAIy STATISTICS ' MAI.lt 1'ItMAI.lS TOTAL Number of persons between four and twenty years of age resIdhiR liijlhe District November 35, 1910 Number of tenchcrs employed during the yenr Number holding state certificates or dlplonms and Tort land life Numbc. holding first grade certificates. Number holding second grade certificates Number holding third grade certificate Number holding primary grade certificates Number holding permits Number holding certificates of institute attendance during the past year .. Number of teachers employed in this district talcing an ed ucational journal MISCKMjANKOUS Number of school houses In the district 4 Number of school hous...

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. — 13 January 1911

J,''orca s0cltty ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiutucrltx for THIS Paper ' All the newt while It It newill ourmotlo, Call In anil enroll GET IN THE HABIT f Of advertlilnt In THIS Paper Y and you'll neterrecret It. De- 5 (In at onct and keep right at It V . Devoted (o the Interests ot the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOI,. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON,- FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1911. NO. 10 Opinion on Annexation Following is the opinion of Attorney George J. Perkins upon tlie legnllty of the recent vote taken upon annexation in this city. It 1ms been corroborated and con curred in by two of Portland's brightest and best attorneys. It is quite apparent that the "Amis" have good grounds for contesting the election, which of course will be contested. The opinion is well worth reading: St Johns Anti-Annexation League, St. Johns, Orcg. Gentlemen: Complying with) your request for an opinion ns to the legality of the pretended elce tion held on the first Tuesday after the l...

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. — 13 January 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Everr Friday At 117 West Darlington Street. Is entered nt post office nmll matter Tnn Rrvirw In Saint Johns. Oreeon. as of the socond class tinder the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. The 'forty Hours" On next Sunday, Jan. 15, begin ning with the half past ten o'clock Mass, there will begin a period of Forty Hours' adoration at St. Clements church on Portland boule vard, to continue during Sunday, offloui Hewippr of th cur of Bt Johns. Monday and Tuesday, ending on rz :r, . v 7l' Tuesday evening. There will be AdT.rlliln riLi, 11.00 per Inch per month. ....,..' c....;L.. f.,.1,. n.,,1 Job Prfnttni tenUd la flut-eliis ityl. "' """f mwuuujr Will for Jcb Prlnttm cub on dollnnr. Tuesday eVCIUIIgS uy OUl-OI-lOWIJ All eonmonlcitloni ihoold bt tddrtittd to clcreVIUCUi ill which tllC (lOCtritlC of the Catholic church concerning Iiucharist will be cx- Th Bsrltir. HI. Johni, Oreron. All adtertlilnc btlli pajstl flrit of och month, Subscription ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 13 January 1911

Do You Sleep Well ? If you let us advise you on $p a set of springs and mattress wewillguaran- J tee you to sleep f well and the price will be VERY MOD- Every Emmerich Feather Pillow has attached the Emmerich Guarantee Certificate ERATE. We have mattress- An Insurance policy guaranteeing the pillow to be filled with feathers which nro thoroughly cured, cleansed, odorless, and purified. Insures tho purchaser ontlro pillow satisfaction, or money refunded. I We sell the famous es from up. $2.50 ! Carman's Mattress Delux for $14.40 (It is always ndvertised nt $15.00.) . Guaranteed Pure White Cotton SS0 Three Remember the place Three Stores tfoMimZ- Stores Portland - St. Johns Vancouver TRY IT THESE GOLD DAYS Plncc your household electric fnn on the. floor near ti stenin or hot water radiator. Point the fan in the direction of the radiator straight at it. , Notice the difference in the temperature of the room in a few minutes. The fan makes the radiator warm more air without the consumpt...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 13 January 1911

A WHITE HOUSE JEST. General Hnrrlton' Objections to Monuments to "Veit." As a general thing, ono of ttie llt duties of tba wlfo of an Incoming pres ident mill one of the things hIiu usual ly enjoys henrtlly Is to attend to such rearrangements nml refurnishing of the Will to House as may he necessary or advisable according to her ponon nl taste, the size and customs of her family, mid so on. I rememU'r one occasion, writes Colonel William II. Crook In tho Phil adelphia Saturday Kvcnlng Post, when Mrs. Harrison had llually decided upon some slight architectural changes nnd had brought her architect's plans to tho president and asked his opinion of thorn, (letiural Harrison studied the ihnwliigs with enro and noticed that several niches wcro left, ouch plainly marked. At hist he said: "Well, my dear, here Is a place for Lincoln, and hero Is n place for Grant's bust. And you have left thre places for Vest." 'J'hen he add ed, with well assumed Indignation, "I am decidedly opposed to so m...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 January 1911

Ulsfot-Ic.il Society ST. Johns review 'I" IPS NUW, Ur IU YUU . GET IN THE HABIT Ot (drertltlos In THIS Paper and you'll oarer regret It, De (In it once and keep rlbt at It Ttftubtcrlbe lot TIII9 Paper Alt the new white II l newi li our motto,, Cell In unit enroll HMI Devoted to tbe Interest ot the Penlniulu, the Manufacturing Center o! the Northwest VOI,. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 191 1. NO. 11 More on Salary Question Council Should Act Objects to Its Use A Main Thoroughfare Means Much For St. Johns Innocents (?) Doing Fine Council Meeting Ed. Review 1 Noting In lost Wednesday's Telegram -'that one who signed her name "Georgia Lewis" of Portland takes up the cudgel in favoring n raise in the teachers' "salaries in St. Johns, would beg space for a few lines in reply. In the first place this lady with the Southern name starts out by saying that "teachers are born, nof ,tt)adc. There arc numerous women teaching school who might do1 better scrubbing floors." That is . whe...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 January 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE High School Notes Published Everr Friday At 117 West Durllngton Stroot. TitR Rkvirw Is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, na mall twitter of the second class under the Act of Con grcss of March 3, 1879. o&cui zitwtpspsr th City of flu John. Adturlliln rstss, 91.00 ptr tneb pt month, fob Pilnttni rrotd In flnt-olat siyis. Bills lor Jet Prlatlnf cub on delivery. All oromanlentlooi should b sddrstMd to The IUt1, BL Johns, Oreron. All idTtrtlitng bills pityslU Brit of eseb month. Subscription price $1.00 poryonr. The proposed Improvement of Dawson street seems for some rcn son to have rather fallen by the wavsidc. The matter should not be allowed to drop. It is impcra tivu that this street be improved this year, and no unnecessary ddny should be brooked. Let the prop orty owners get together and decide and Woobtirn J. II. WitiSLKK, Editor. The St. Johns quintet defeated the Jefferson High School second team for the second time last We...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 January 1911

Do You Sleep Well? I Every TSmmcrich Feather Pillow has attached the Emmerich Guarantee Certificate An Insurance policy Runrnntcelng the pillow to be tilled with feathers which nre thoroughly cured, cleansed, odorless, and purified, futures the purchaser cntlro pillow satisfaction, or money re funded. We sell the famous If you let us advise you on a set of springs and mattress you to sleep well and the price will .be VERY MOD ERATE. We have mattress es from, $2.50 up. Carman's Mattress Delux for $14.40 (It is nlwnys advertised nt $15.00.) Guaranteed Pure White Cotton Remember the place Portland - St. Johns Vancouver TRY IT THESE COLD DAYS Plncc your household electric fan on the. floor near n steam or hot water radiator. Point' the fan in the direction of the radiator straight at it. Notice the difference in the temperature of the room in a few minutes. The fan makes the radiator warm more air without the. consumption of additional 'fuel.1 Try the experiment suggested and see if it ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 20 January 1911

HER HOMEMADE HAT. It Drought a Proposal That 8ha Promptly Turned Down. The bohcmlfliis woru making tncrry lu tho dim lit studio discussing the Idl est novel thnt oiio of tliclr number wus trying to write, tho brutal editor who hnd refused tho best article over wrK ten n masterpiece of tho hoit bo inonnlng tho tionlntcltlgcnco of the nrt critics, execrating tho mercenary the ntrlcal mnnngcr and utterly rcpudlat' ing tho general public tho vast horde of tho Philistines, lly way of diversion tho painter of pastel portraits Mid the bachelor mnUJ: "That's a charming hat you havo on Who elso would know enough to com blue turnuolse and old rose? You have a genius fur color. Wlint n pliy you only wrltol" "Oltid you llko my hot, anyway, inmlo It myself. I trust It will only enhanco Itx merit In your eyes to know that It cost inc but GO cents." "Impossible!" Hcroamed nil the bohe mlans with ono breath, ceasing their arguments lu order to tnko notice of tho vastly becoming creation wlilcl cann...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 January 1911

t Historical Society ST. Johns review IT'S NOW UP TO YOU j GET IN THE HABIT Ofadmtltlafln THIS Paper andyoa'llneterretretlt. De lta at onct and keep rltbt at It Toiubtcrlbe for THIS Paper All the newt while II It newt la our motto. Call In and enroll Devoted to tbe Interest! of the Peninsula, (he Manufacturing Center o! tho Northwest VOL. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. ,1911. NO. 12 The Dumping Ground Death of I. W. Suitter To Construct a Tube Tiie Reason Why Has Bearing on Streets Will Hold Jubilee Council Meeting . v How tp dispose of the sewage in the district of North East Portland which slopes toward the Columbia River is a question bothering the city officials. It originally was filanncd to construct sewers drafti ng this so they would have their outlets in Columbia or Oregon sloughs, but there has been so much opposition to this plan that it has nearly been decided to abandon it. It is claimed by those opposed to this plan that the current in the sloughs is insuffic...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 January 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MAflKLB PublUhed Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Strcot. The Philo Christo Play The Philo Christo society gave a delightful entertainment in Bickner Tnn RKVIKW Is entered nt rwnt office in11 Ins! PVidnv niulit. All nar- in SaIntJohn, Oregon, as mall inoUor ticipatits ill the program acquitted of the second class nnder the Act of Con- , ',.. ' " ii.,.i., im., BreM of March 3, 1870. themselves most excellently, lie JJir . - netinewns that of old "stagers," OffloUI Mavtptpsr of U (Jit of fit J that. AdrtrtUlii tUt, 11.00 per Inch per month. Job Piloting XMntd In fltit oUu !). Ullli tor Job Printing eaab on dellrtrr. All oommonlutlons ihoold bo dirtiil to Tba BsrUw, fit Johni, Oregon. Alt sdiertliln blllt pytl flnt ol etch month. Subscription pries $1.00 per yonr. the play bubbling over with fun, the music of the orchestra, accom panied with piano by Miss Klla Edmondsou, was all that could be desired. The society was deserv ing of a much larger attendan...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 January 1911

Will Close Next Tuesday! wux xvuu iag Clearance sale TILL THEN YOU CAN FIND t t o The best Steel Range on the market at $34.20 An improved Sewing Machine guaranteed ten years at $20.00 Heating Stoves at Cost Good Velour Couches at $7.00 9x12 Tapestry Rugs at $14.75. Etc., Etc. There is a reason why we can make these prices. Let us demonstrate it to you. TPililii I Portland - St. Johns - Vancouver $ TRY IT THESE COLD DAYS Place your household electric fan on the door near a steam or hot water radiator. Point the fan in the direction of the radiator straight at it. - . Notice the difference in the temperature of the room in a few minutes. The fan makes the radiator warm , more. "air without the consumption of additional fuel; Try the experiment suggested and see ' if - it doesn't help you save on coal bills. Portland Railway Light and Power Company Electric Building Mr. nud Mr. Gcortre Guimont buried "their little l)abc Tuesday in the Gatton Cemetery. The little one was born about Chr...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 January 1911

THE BUDDHIST HADES. Eight Eaay Stages of the Mot Awful Kind of Torture. Tbo places of torment to which nil wicked Buddhists ura to bo assigned on tlao day of flnnl reckoning Is n tcr- rlblo plnco of punishment Tills Hud dhlsttc hell Is divided Into eight "easy stnges." In tlio first tlio poor victim Is com polled to walk for untold nncs In hi.. baro foot over hills thickly sot with redbot needles, points upwnrd. In tlio second Btngo the skin Is nil carefully filed or rasped from tlio body nnd Ir ritating mixtures applied. In the third Btngo the nnlls, hair and oyes nro plucked out nnd tlio denuded body sawed and planed Into all sorts of fantnstlc Rhnpcs. Tho fourth stngo Is that of "sorrowful lnmcnlatlons." In tho fifth tho left sldo of tho body nnd tho denuded head aro carefully ronst cd, Yomn, tho Huddhlstlc Sntnn. su perintending tho work. In tho filxtli ntagu tho arms nro torn from tho body nnd thrown Into nn Immense vnt among tho eyes, nnlls and hnlr pre viously removed. Then I...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 February 1911

Wttorfeaf Socicty ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU j GET IN THE HABIT f Totubsciit for THIS Papt'r All Hie newt while It It newt It out motto. Call In ind enroll J Of idrtrtfllar In Till r.. V andyoa'JInntritfrttlt. De lta at onct and keep rlaht at II 1 V I ; i !i I. . Devoted (o the Interest! of the Peulmula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOI,. 7 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, i9u. NO. 13 The Last Word I Editor Review: After perusing Miss Quigley's scathing and scoi c'l ing denunciation of my humble self in) last week's Review, I am prop erly degraded, overwhelmed and almost squelched by the vials of wrath uncorked. Ye ladyc faire lias waived the woman's preroga tive of "the last word," and while tjhe may again deem it "cowardly" and the act of a "fool" I urn rather inclined to take advantage of it. Hut in the face of Miss Quigley's terse production! which is strong ui'ilogic aud beautiful jn diction, it fStwith a fccllm? of dcen lntmilitv ili'at I prolong th...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 February 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Everr Friday At 117 West Burlington Stroet. Tna Rkvikw is entered at pos In Saint Johni, Orofton, as mail matter of the second class nuder tho Act of Con- greM of March 3, 1870. OBeUl Hsvspspsr ef tbt Oltjr of at, Johns. Free Ferry As we go to press we learn the free ferry bill has pass ed the senate and will become a law when signed by the " r2.-i77"vrv-v TTvi-r tq Tt, o !., nf M.n fnllinru urn vis t- v ' v " 1 upon the children la nliout the gar(Jing the Same same ratio ns the sins of the children 0 .,, , 0 , ,. , arc visited upon paterfamilias. In Will be PUDilSneCl next week. Adrrtlih rats, 91.00 pr loch par month. fob JMntbi siMnUd In nrtt-elasa siI. Bill lor Job Printing cth on dsUrerr. Atl e onmnnlettlons should bs Jdreid to Ti TltTlew. BL Johns, Ortron. All dertlln bllli prtl Ant of eh tnomn. Subscription prloo $1.00 por yoor. other words It's horse and horse. --- First National Bank St. Johns, Oregon Sylvester Peterson, Preside...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 February 1911

J- 4-. : $50 Range For $34.20 MADE IN ST. JOHNS First class in every re spect. A perfect bak er, fuel sav er, quick in service,easy to keep, nickel parts absolutely plain, boiler riveted, tri ple wall body. 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. These are some of the St. Johns users. Ask them Mr. L. E. York Milet McAUitter G. U. BrijtR . Gui Mnnsuion It. M. I Uddow J. S. Slnrr A. H. Barney Nick Lockovick John i'cterton C I'. Jennuon D. N. Ilyerleo R. J. Ualow Louit Treber W. W. Windlo R. 1 1. Ranne These Ranges are sold and W. E. Criffi. Judge I lolcoml) Andrew Ottrum O. C. Could F. M, Satlctleo Frnnk lowering C. Ettermann U. Fuy Mill. C CI luff T. Wnllo O. M. I lowland W. M. Hurley Thoi. Ncl.on Mr. A. Evert J. O. Emmerion Mr. Van De Drook j. Beyer li. O. Bender J. J. McConn A. W. Marklo A. C Calm Frank Meek D. McFcrn Mr. W. B. Shaw Daniel Frrguion...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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