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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 27 October 1911

Holds Reception A reception was held October 24 at tiic iMrst nnpust ciiurcli in lion or of their pastor and family, Bro J. n. Ulieney and wife;. The con ...! . t rcgauou is certainly to ie con gratulntcd in having secured sue an able man ns Urother Cheney A proi'rain was rendered dtirimr the evening consisting of addresses ami music. The address of w come was given by the Methodist pastor, kcv. j.j. ration, it was certaitily a fine address, full of lov and the spirit of unity for his fellow Christian workers. The second number on the program was a very important feature, which was per formed by Urother Welsle, pastor ot the IMrst Uermaii Iiaptist entire and that was "tieing the knot'" or in other words, the mnrriage of the pastor to the church. After the ceremony was performed, w had some very good remarks from our new pastor, which was certain ly well appreciated and which will be remembered. ine eiutrcii lias taken til) new interest in the work in all lines tin iter our new pasto...

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 October 1911

J . Any consistent advertiser using the REVIEW as his advertising medium, If It Pays To Advertise, and you will receive the one answer IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE 19 The REVIEW goes into nearly every home in the city, and each issue is read by approximately Pour Thousand People. Bring in your copy for advertising purposes by Wednesday noon for the ST. JOHNS REVIEW The Best Advertising Medium on the Peninsula

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. — 27 October 1911

r. INUW lb int. I IfflL I I HOMEFURNISHERS To buy your HOT WATER BOTTLES for the winter. To induce early buying on Rubber Goods we are making great reductions in our line. 501-03 JERSEY sr. fj.oo ltnl Wuter Dottles It.98 3.75 " ' " 1.78 1.50 " " 1.68 3.00 " " " , 1.38 1.00 " " " 71 $3.00 Combination ft.98 i.75 " 1.78 2.50 .68 t.5 " 98 1.50 Pcmiitnhi Syringes 98 VP These Are Home Products v The St. Johns Stove Works are building a better stove for the money than any factory we know of. They are built especially for , the coast trade. We can show you a long list of satisfied users who will verify these states ment. MADE IN ST. JOHNS Price - - $12.15 You should see us for All Wool Blankets also bedding of all kinds, Comforts, Cotton B MADE IN 8T. JOHNO Blankets, Pillows, etc., etc., etc. Price - - $9.90 THREE STORES Portland St. Johns Vancouver CUT RATES f 1.00 ltnnlciis Mnlk'il Milk 69c .50 " " " 39C 1.00 Swiini) U(x)t 63c t.ix) Vinktmuis CoiiiiH)iinil 690 1 .00 Dliiiiioml Kye (iIiiwm...

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. — 27 October 1911

' Why 8h Quit Her Jb. A lady of my ncqunlutnuce In Tokyo, mys a Writer In tun World wide Mag- izlnc, possessed n viilnnblc servant of lomowlmt mature years who rejoiced tn tho poetic lintut! of Olinni Snn- 'Tho Honornblo MwrsnrliiK." One dny Mltm Spring brought In .uncheon nn umiiuI. All Heeined Hcrt'iie; tlii'ro wna not n Hlitiilow of a cloilil In llio domestic sky- Hut nt teittltno no ten appeared; neither, In nnnwer to lulls nt II rut patient and afterward impatient, did Olinni. After awhile Iho lady went ht'rxcir to the Hack re- rlotis and found -lt'itliitlfti. 'I ho char- ;oal box was filled with pray ashen, the kcttlo cold. Half the liinclumn plates lay Imtncraed In a IhuvI of loapy water; tho other half stood on iho Mink ready to ho put away. Oharu Herself Mtnply wan not. The next morning, however, ho re- ippenred, very inneh on her company manners, with a clean kimono and her bnlr done In a hIiIiiIiik Imiii to dunoto tho Htato of n matron, deinandltiK tho fragment of waKe.t ...

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 November 1911

Miiforlcal SocUty ST. JOHNS REVIEW K1HHI1I1IHIMH)H) IT'SMOVVUPTOYOU j GET IN THE HABIT Of aJurtl.Inf In THIS Piper nil you'll never reiretlt. He Ifl it nttm mA ltmw timttt mt II To subscribe for THIS Paper All the newi while It It newt li our motto. Call In and enroll J It M M1 K Devoted to (he Intertill or the I'cnlniula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOL. 7 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, NOVKMHKR 3. 19". NO. 52 Council Proceedings The Library HIGH SCHOOL LYCEUM COURSE Contracts Closed Hewitt's Hallowe'en Threw His Cane Away The shortest session of the pres ent city council took place Tuesday night, Utisincss before the house wns slight and for the most part un important. All members were pres ent with Mayor Couch, fiesh and triumphant from his recent deer hunt, presiding. 1 he first matter to be disposed of was a petition from the water company asking for permission to pile wood on the street opposite their pumping sta tion, which was granted. A re monstrance against this ...

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 November 1911

f Stories of Success gyrus ii. Mccormick Bavin ir. Indua trious. energetic. and all the tlmo devising, think ing, experiment Ing, tho Invent or of tho reaD- Intf machlno lived to becomo the great e t benefactor tho farmers of Am erica havo ever known. Tho spirit of Inven tion wan In Mb blood and after yer of toll and discouragement ho carved his namo high among tho xvnrlil'a micceaseri. He wag more than an Inventor he was a business man, and It la largely due to tho reaping machlno that the United States outstrips the world as a grain producer. He spent his boyhood working In h niiR mill nnd carnenter shoo on his father's Virginia farm and at all times showed tho careful, saving In omnltablo spirit which always tnnWua tnr mirrnsfi. Everybody should havo a savings account. Hn mutter how careful vou are In the matter of expense, money Is auro to slip through your fingers unless you havo a place for your surplus earnings. Havo a savlDK plan and adhero to It, FIRST NATIONAL BANK St. Joh...

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 November 1911

ii yuu wain iu gci utsiusi ii lschr Prices and Better Service, give us your order CD U cn r3 0) c O THREE STORES Local News. Have you found your gate yet? KxperWnced weavers wanted nt the Portland Woolen Mills. 5-c Found I.aily's gold watch. In quire ut 309 Portland boulevard, St. Johns. it Organ for Sale for one third of its cost, new at II. lf. Clark's, the furniture man. 49f Mrs. I'M I.. Stockton has re turned from an extended vit.il to Kusteru cities. Paschal Hill and party of Nitu rods bagged five deer in the Ne hulcm country last week. Mrs. Shepardsou of Cotlin, Wn., spent a few days with herdalighter, Mrs. K. S. Wright, during the past week. Misses Minnie and Kimua Lursou of Flaudreau, South Dakota, are visiting at the home of John Peterson this week. A number of box cars were con sumed by fire in the North Knd last Sunday evening. The origin of the fire is unknown. Mrs. A. Albertuon of Miuot, No. Dakota, is spending a couple of months with her parents and two brothers, P. J....

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. — 3 November 1911

I The Buying Power of $1.75. ' ' Atlittle money sometimes buys a gdod deal. For instance, take the subscription price of The Youth's Companion for a year $1.75, If all the good readiiiR in the 52 weekly issues of the paper were published in book form, according to its kind, it would make about thirty volumes of fiction, science, essays by famous writers, household management and economies, sports and pastimes for boys, natural history, anecdotes, humor, etc. Thes'erial stories alone would fill several volumes. Among these is Unlnh Pnlne's irrent storv of the Hnxor Rebellion in China. "The Cro53 and the llraeon." Another is bv L W. Schuitz. who was adopted hv the Hlnckfeet when n bov. It is called "The Quest for the Fish Doff Skin." Another is a glorious gills' story by C. A. Stephens, called "Julia Sylvester." It is the story of a "Mercer" girl in the pioneer days of Oregon and Washington and that is only part of the serials. It will cost you nothing to send for the beautiful Announ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 November 1911

SUPPLEMENT TO TH E ST. JOHNS REVIEW niTiinniu linn i at m Starts the greatest Mercantile event ever witnessed in vicinity of St. Johns MOST MERCILESS SACRIFICE OF PROFITS FOR CASH $1 8,000 worth of clean, fresh merchandise MUST BE CONVERTED INTO MONEY, AND YOU REAP THE BENEFIT "Money Saved is Money Earned." Don't miss this opportunity to save dollars on your winter's supply of Groceries, Shoes, Men's Furnishings, Ladies' Fancy Goods, Crockeryware, Children's Coats, Dry Goods, Graniteware, Blankets and Comforters, Jewelry, etc., etc. SECOND PRIZE $5.00 in Groceries i. ' We will give to a customer an order for $5.00 WORTH OF GROCERIES, us you limy select from Our Dependable Stocks. -BE HERE EARLY- FIRST PRIZE 25x150 FOOT LOT IN HYDE PARK Given Absolutely FREE to our Customers On every Cash Purchase of 55.00 during this sale you will each one receive a ticket bearing a number. Number of tickets limited. ABSTRACT AND TITLE ni'ARANTEED. COME EARLY IS YOUR ONLY REQUIREMENT THIRD PRIZE Any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 10 November 1911

lUfforlcal Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW 1MI . . t i tr rr A 1AI I . lT'b INUVY Ul IU YUU Toiubicrlbe (or THIS Piper All the ncwi while II li newt It our motto. Call In anJ enroll T MTI ft I M. f f mtw T. 01 admtliinf In THIS Piper mi you'll never retrel II, llr la t once ead keep rltnt l II Devoted to the Intereitt ot the Penlniula, the Manufacturing Center ot the Northwett VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, NOVUM BUR 10, ton. NO. I Industrial Work Active Institute Encampment The Boy Scouts The Library A Worthy Cause Council Proceedings High School Notes The Orcgoniau gave St. Johns quite a boost lost Sunday. Besides publishing a column of matter, sev eral cuts illustrating hard surface Improvement in this city were shown. The contribution bears the "ear marks" of Fd. L,. Stock ton. Following Is the article, in part: More than $50 for each man, wo man and child in St. Johns has been spent in that city for street and sewer work since the first of this year mid the end Is not yet. It Is p...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 10 November 1911

SACRIFICE OF PROFITS SALE Now Going on in Fullest Blast, Greatly Exceeding Our Expectations in point of Selling. Don't put off buying any longer, as some of the best bargains are GOING FAST. $1 8,000 in Merchandise sacrificed for Cash. New goods arriving daily to replenish our stocks and avoid disappointments Handkerchiefs Sacrificed Antiiijititi' otir lioh'las wants. Ladies' Handkerchiefs: 3s" values for 18c en i ic values for 7c en 1 ? ! . c value for 6c en irx- values for 5c en .1 for 25c value jc en Children's I Inndkurchief.v 50 values for 2c en 8c values for ac en Men's Handkerchiefs: 12' c values for (c en 2,sc values for ioc en Men's 50c Suspenders Snerifice snle price 29c Ladies' Scarfs lfnucy knit and Chiffon nt sacri fice sale prices: $ 1 .00 Scarfs for 59c 1.50 to 3.00 Scurfs for. . . .89c 1.2.5 Silk Knit Scnrfs 79c t.oo Scnrfs for 68c 2.00 Woolen Scnrfs for . . oSc Semi-Porcelain Dinner Ware Sacrificed. 35c Vegetable Dishes sacrifice sale price 19c 4.5c dishes for 24c T...

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. — 10 November 1911

r- 1 For only $34.20 L ft 0 ft I ft e es see rane 011 e III iAiIH market, fullv ermranteed vi uuiu ,r mjwmmmj mi 1 i i i Tl inese ranges are a nome product, maae m ot. jonns. We Can furnish them nlpnn nv wif.li nil nr wif.Vi nnv of thfi fixtures. POLISHED TOP, NICKLE BASE, THERMOMETERS, ETC. O (0 (0 o CD (0 c 0) c 8 o 4) C !n E o o 4) o c i o i if) .n .E La h (0 CL (0 2 nj E c - o o CD EL () o CD H 3 CD -j C 0) -1 CD 3 O 3 CD CT CD r r CD 3" (1 U) o 3- 3 0) 3 0) a CD CD 0) r 3 0) O CD 0) THREE LARGE , STORES home frumisffFRS SO l'03 JERSEY ST. Portland St. Johns Vancouver J Local News. The Ice business is very much on the decline. . JWolcott (the rent inau) 130 nth street, Portland, is the uiau to see (or reul estate or mercantile deals. 46tf. Chese? Any old kind! Also strictly fresh cgKB anrt hutter. milk Tnd cream. St. Johns Dairy and Produce Co., 306 North Jersey.52r3 William Marcy has begun exca vatlon for a handsome six-room bungalow on South Ivauhoe, near Polk street. Your wif...

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. — 10 November 1911

The Buying Power of $1.75. te ere etc 111 i til lie i A little tnoiicv sometimes buys n irood tlenl. for instance, take the stibscrmtion nricc of '1 Youth's Companion for n year $1.75. If all the good readiiiR in tl rt iri.i.l'li' icciw.u n( lhi liiltmr U'PI published in book form, according to its kind, it would make about thirty volumes of fiction, science, cssavs bv famous writers, household management and economies, sports nnd nnst hues lor boys, naiura historv. anecdotes, humor, The serial stories nlone would .several volumes. Among these Knlnli Paine's itrcut story of lioxer Rebellion in China, "T OimkmkI the Dratron." Another by J. W. Salinity., who was adopted by tlic JJlnckieet wnen a noy. i is called "The Uuest for the Kisli Dog Skin." Another is a glorious girls' story by C. A. Stephens, calle "Julia Sylvester." It is the Mor of a "Mercer" girl in the pionee days of Oregon ami Washington nnd Hint is onlv imrt of the serin It will cost vnu nothinir to sent foi the beautifu...

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. — 17 November 1911

Historical Socicly ST. Johns review IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubwtlbe lor THIS Paper All lh newt while It li newt It GET IN THE HABIT Ul iJvtrllilof la THIS Paper a 11 J eaa'll otter regret II. lie I la aloBceand katprlf hi it II i I I our moltu. Call In mil enroll m I Devoted to the IntereiU of lb Ptnlmul. the Manufacturing Center of the Norttiweit VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 191 1. NO. 2 SCORES GRAND SUCCESS Commercial Club Raises anil Gains Seventy HARMONY HOLDS FULL SWAY SI. Tnlnm certain! v did herself prom! at the booster meeting in the High school uiiditoriuin Monday evening. Never before in the his tory of the city has a meeting of like nature been held where such a spontaneous offering in the way of financial assistance toward organiz ing a commercial club was tendered, where a spirit ot such pel feet liar niony crvadcd the assemblage, where enthusiasm reached such heights, and where all manner of discord, jealousy and selfishness was conspicuous by its utter...

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. — 17 November 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 Went Hurllngton 8trcot. Tint KKVIKW Is clilertil nt twist oMicc In Snlnt tolins. Orciroii. ns iimll nmttcr of the second clns under the Act of Cou grew of Mnrclf 3, 1879. oractit Hewspsper of the City of nt Ieb.ni. AitrertlilnK rslM, $1.00 per Ineh pr month. Subscription price $t.00 per yonr. There aeenis to lit- n disposition 011 the mii t of .wine of our citizens to compel the St. Johns Lumber Co. to enter into n lease with the city for the tine of tortious of Until ford mid John streets. Our under Standing of it whs that u lease was cntcted into with this company sev eral yents ago for these streets with the purtvosc in view of cleariiitf ami proving the city's title to these streets, not for the purwe of ex acting a monetiirv stiietid from the city's chief iiuhihtry. This wa ac complishel in a most amicable manner on thetwrtof both parties. That point bciitK established be voml all doubt, whv burden the conipiiuy...

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. — 17 November 1911

r THE MAN TO SEEK i Try Our Confidential Credit Plan homeTfuMISHERS 501-03 JERSEYSL Three Stores Portland St. Johns Vancouver Get Ready for a Thankful Thanksgiving Get that new Extension Table or a Set of Chairs you have needed so long GET THEM ON OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN Or get a Dining Set, we can show you an excellent assortment of patterns We have a fine assort ment of Decorated China, Salad Sets, Cake Sets, Berry Sets, Cups and Sau cers Vases, Plates, Nut and Bon Bon Bowls. Also Cut Glass and Silverware. We don't carry the 5, 10 and 15c kind. But anything you buy of us you will be proud to give to a friend or place on your own sideboard, We sell it at a small price because we are satisfied with a small profit. We have a large line of Morris Chairs and Rockers Prices $6.75 to $25.00 VP Get Your Christmas Goods N OW A small deposit will hold them I Local News. Wanted Tp rent n sewing chine. Inquire ut j, 10, unci .store. ma 15c W, I.. Markle of White Salmon, Wash., Is a guest ut the...

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. — 17 November 1911

Epworth League Notes Ahntit 1 t of the Lcntiuers went to the Gypsy Smith meetings last Sunday night nnd derived n great the on deal of benefit from it. Two of Jitnior.i accompanied thorn. There will be n Mile I social Ttiosdav cvetiimr. Nov. 28. Please keen this in mind. Announce incut in full will be made next week. Next Sundav evening the niein hers of the league who can will to the ftvnsv Smith incctimi in body on the fir.it car that leaves after 5 o'clock. Kvcrybody come mid help swell the crowd. The mission sttidv class will triti next month. It will be heli once a inoiijh thereafter. The publishers of the Youth Companion will, as always at this fcwison. present to every subscriber whoso subscription (-ti.T.S) is paid for 1012. a beautiful calendar for the New Year. The cover picture teptoduces a water color painting nf a bit of New hugland coast giv ing a glimpse of breeze-swept ocean of smiling sky, of warm, sunny rocks, which will come like breath of salt air to those who ha...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 November 1911

mforleal Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW it X IT'S NOW UP TO YOU j ToiubMrlb (or THIS Paper J Alllhenewi wlillellltncvili 5 our, motto. Call In nd enroll J GET IN THE HABIT Of .dv.fll.lnt In THIS PPr nJ you'll ntrcrrctrtl II. Mr (la alooc aud keep rlthlai II Devoted to th Inttieitt o( the Penlmula, th Manufacturing Center ot the Northwett VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVKMBKR 24, 191 1. NO. 3 The Library Can Do Much Good A Model Store Fire Alarm Signals Commercial Club Meet Council Proceedings The Boston Lyrics Open Hours: l:oo 105:30 nml 7 to 9:30 p. m. As Others See Us: Robert Hums, with his: "O wutl some power the giftic gle IIS To sec oil reel's ns ithcrs see tis, voiced n wish common to nil men, hut net bans we might ns well ml mit gracefully, most ardently felt hv nil Americans. We nre eager to know whnt the people of the older countries think of us, nnd this we venture to hope, neither he cause of n lnck of confidence in our selves, nor hv reason of undue van ity, hut simply be...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 November 1911

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 Wast Uurllugton Stroot. TlIK KKV1KW Is entered at post office In Snhit Johns, Oregon, n9 mnll matter oi the second class under me Act 01 ton Kress of March j, 1879, Official Hewspsper of the Oltf of 8L Johns, Ailrrtllnr ruin, $1.00 pr Inch par month Subscription prlco $1.00 par year. Portland is experiencing a year of unprecedented prostwrity. Nev cr before in its history lias business conditions been so Nourishing and tbu outlook for continued am iiicrcnsed procrity brighter. f Kaumis is gaining much notoriety over the tar nnd feather txirty lieu in that state recently, with a lndy school tcHcher as the victim. The act was n most dtntnrdly one. nut the most con lign piiiiisliuietit .should be mctel out to those tak ing imit 111 the oiiliHe. No mat ter what the teacher's reputation tn 1 lit have been, even degenerates or savaues could hardly have been ex looted to comtiiil such a crime against decency. 1 lie presulen...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 24 November 1911

Vhorp To Snonrf Your Mnnpv Three Stores Portland St. Johns Vancouver We buy for Cash home 'Furnishers ?bi?" ?" 5oi-o3 jmEvsr. r::::,; We Have The Best Line of Decorated China in the City Cake Sets, Salad Sets, Cups and Saucers, Vases, Bon Bons, Nut Bowls, etc. Wc sell this line of China at same low margin as our ordinary crockery Also Roger Bros "1 847" Silver Ware and Cut Glass Bowls, Fern Dishes, Water Sets, Creamers and Sugars, Jelly Dishes, etc. Good Xmas and Wedding Presents. This Large Easy Chair Only - - $7.00 In Rockers, We have a Very Large Line and can suit you in Price as well as in Quality In Linoleum, we carry 10 Good Patterns in Inlaid and from 12 to 15 in Prints. Prices range from 60 cents to $2.00 the yard laid on your floor We can give you as good and better prices than any firm in the Northwest. Ask us the reason Heatttiful Quartered Oak Desk CORK CARPET, FIBER RUGS, In Golden foax Finish for $7.65 CREX RUGS, WOODOLEUM Local News. Hert Olin is having a ncnt little ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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