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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 19 April 1912

ST. JOHNS REVIEW 1 1 a INUYY Ul' 1U YUU Totubscrll lor THIS Paper All ihe newt while It It newi It our mold). Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT J 01 admtlilnt In THIS Paper J uu ju 11 oarer rtirtl II. Ue t I in at onca and keep rliht at Devoted to (be Interest! of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center ot the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912. NO. 24 Don't Neglect to Vote for D. C. Lewis Mr. Lewis is a resident of St. Johns, and, naturally, he would feel inclined to do more for St. Johns than any other representative residing in some other locality. It must be remembereu that the sole reason that we now have a free ferry was be cause a St. Johns man was in the house of representa tives. There may oe other things we will want. There fore vote for Mr. Lewis. He is an attorney, and a partic ularly shrewd one. A vote for Lewis means a vote for St. Johns. May Get Regatta Prospects arc quite bright for St. Johns securing the regatta to be held during the Kllcs'...

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. — 19 April 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. Tint KKVIKW 19 entered nt jst office in Snltit Johns, Oregon, ns nmil tnnttcr of the second class under the Act of Con rfress of March 3, 1879. OfflcUl Kewipaper of the City of St Johnj. Subscription price $1,00 par year. The woman's suffrage movement is waxing strong in Oregon. It seems to us Hint the question whether or not women should vote should he left entirely up to the Indies to decide. If they want to vote, they should have the privi lege, but if the umjority of the wo men do not desire to do so, the ballot should not be forced upon them. Which way the majority leans is by no menus clear. It is n question for the women to decide, timl n way should be found to en able them to settle this question. ( Seme of the pnera have been growing hysterical over the catidi dncy of A. W. I,nffcrty, who is at tempting to secure re-election to the house of representatives. I.nfferty is n bachelor, an...

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. — 19 April 1912

Our Empire Dressers Are bought direct from the Factory by the Car Load Have the secret plush lined jewel drawers and many dis tinct features that can be had with no other dresser. The quality is the best while our price is much below any goods of like quality in the city of Portland. Birds Eye Maple or Quartered White Oak If will nnv vnii In cap nuv J imr3m The Same Low Price line of Linoleum and Rugs before you finish your House Cleaning SATURDAY SPECIAL Tea Kettles, nickle or copper, made in Rome, N. Y. only 75c A heavy 12-qt. galv. pail, Saturday special at only 15c LAWN MOWERS, Saturday special at One-fourth off Watch for these specials every week. THREE LARGE STORES XLf faro. ' TT - Inrrn i rrn&Pn C SO 1-03 JERSEY ST. I m L Local News. Sec Cilmorc obout n lialr cut. Mrs. S. C. Cook Is seriously ill 'm with pneumonia. Board nml room in private fam ily, close in. Inquire 528 South Ivanhoe. i8tf Wanted Competent girl for gen cral housework. Mrs. A. Larrowe, 702 North Hayes. 24...

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. — 19 April 1912

Headlight Overalls Peck Line of Men's Clothing SALE PCI Adopting a NEW POLICY in this store. Remember the Dates 111 I I ay, weunray an APRIL 23. 24 and 25 Thursday Nas. AMOSKEAG GINGHAMS, ONE DAY ONLY, TUESDAY Ginghams that are all new, formerly 12 1-2 cents per yard, sale price 10c per yard ft'- PRINTS-formerly 6c and 7c will go special at 5c on WEDNESDAY ONLY 500 pairs of Boy's, Misses1 and Children's Shoes special at only 89 cents On all three days, or as long as they last regular $1.25 to $2.50 shoes going at 89c. You will have to come early to get these. They are first quality shoes but have been on our shelves for two seasons. I niinn i 'i'i iiogaMwwi - i 1- r rYLE501-TA5HION5 SOURCE fj The Warner Guaranteed Rust Proof Corsets On these three days they will go like this: $1.00 Corset for $ .73 1.25 Corset for $ .89 1.50 Corset for .95 1.75 Corset lor 1.17 2.00 Corset for 1.59 CO. rA.HICJNAIIt.2 CLDTHCI THE NEW POLICY To use the method of selling used by the larger stores on n s...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 April 1912

ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU T mbKtft lor Till Prt AHthtntwi hlk It lintwi M r molto. Ctll U t4 tnrall GET IN Tim HABIT Ot t4mll.lM U Tlllt rft J "J" natm rtttiiH, H. ttotUatttUtMpfltMitM I i V Divert lo the Interest ot the Ptalniula, eh Manufacturing Center of lh North tit VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGOK, FRIDAY, Al'RlI. 26, jota. NO. 15 Packing Plant Assured The Primary Election Across the Water Big Mayfair Festival I Death of Mrs. Overstreet DR. RAMBO The Library An article In the Review a couple of weeks ii;o stittcd tlmt n larc packing plant would be erected nt Macgley junction, which is adjacent to Hast St. Johnvlcpot and just be yoml the city limits of St. Johns. We had the information on good authority and published it as a fact. The Orcgouiau has just awakened to the news, and published the fol lowing last Sunday: Definite announcement of plans for-the big packing plant to be es tablished at Macglcy Junction on the Peninsula, by the James C. Good Packing Company, will be ma...

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. — 26 April 1912

the st. johns nnvicw nY A. W. MAHKLC At IK t ttwrltftitton trrM ORDINANDI! NO. -17.1 Appropriating ncrnl i:utul of thk hhinm t whw wt 18 tjtftH JQtM, OrvMi M MM totftHtf nf Uic cwt( cWm wwlw Ike A ! Omc (Ctr-M rt( Mitrek J. ilff . Swbterlptlon prlet $!.( ptr yanr. JHW MtHng OUt H'lMt MM wfl HM of Htrwwtatoro tnvrt mc Im tkt QBMMUy. An Ordinance Prom (he General (lie City of St. Johns Money 10 my uic uu'ess ui on South Jersey Street I in provcincnt Over nml Above the Amount Lawfully As sessable to the Property Benefited. Mlmvm: Mttefc is H9t M IMmb, but llwrt i iMitK Wgh. Mil tjfe ky It in now quite ntirimtft thnt Kftftfttvttit will rccciv the tHiM. (Mil ttowtimttiott for WTWeiit. Clark mill WIImm will likely run Heck ami iwek fur the democratic mnniim Itnn. Am it take two-lliirtU in tlic (laiuaernttccnnqi, the clmncwt for n "dnrk hors" Hre quite proiiiinitig, mid it h dollars to doughnuts tlint Hrynn will lie the honw. A mnjor. ity is nil that I necessary for nom ination at the Repu...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 April 1912

MH SA1 WATCH FOR THE URDAY SPECIALS THREE LARGE STORES AT home 'FURNISHERS S 01-03 JERSEY sr. PORTLAND ST. JOHNS VANCOUVER Self Basting Savory Roaster Long Handled Dust Pan, Only 90c 20c 42-piece Dinner Set, worth $5.00 at only $3.50 Remember Saturday, April 27 It will pay you to get our Prices and see our Goods every day in the year. Low Expenses make Low Prices and Easy Terms Thn rSrni Onll nf flni Hint Hmm OhvAa1a i iic i ii 01 uciii.ui uui uuui uays ouggBbis a I KODAK Here is a suggestion Kor there is nleasum in tnk-inir nirtin-mi added to the delights of the trips to the country, and added to that the joy of having a picture story of your good time. No. 1 Folding Pocket Kodak $10.00 For rectangular pictures 2 1-1x3 1-1 inches, capacity 12 exposures without re loading; size of Kodak (5 3-1x3 1-2x1 5-8 weight, 10 ounces, lens meniscus acro matic, 4 inch focus, shutter pocket automatic, brilliant reversible finder. Supplies for all kinds of Kodaks. We give green trading stamps. FR...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 26 April 1912

Headlight Overalls & CURRIER SPECIAL SALES ESTABLISHED FACT Butterick Patterns THE BONHAM NOW Hereafter our regular weekly sale will be known WEDNESDAY SPECIAL 3j as our be advised through this paper and a weekly circu lar of the bargains. EXT WEDNESDAY MAY 1, remember the date, Wednesday, May 1, we offer the following: Men's regular $4.50 Shoes, Wednesday Special, $3.00 Men's regular 4.00 Shoes, Wednesday Special, 2.50 Men's regular 3.50 Shoes, Wednesday Special, 2.00 Understand ns. This does not mean all of our stock at these prices for they nic far Lelcw the cost price, but we have chosen about one hundred pairs for the sale that arc two sea sons old. They arc first quality shoes not up to the minute in style but we guarantee the value to be there. Extra Special!! Extra Special!! We have ehenged our line of Men's Suits from the Rolhchild to the f eck lii.e. c have about sixteen of the Rothchild suits left. You nit n can have these at just C NK IIALK the regular marked price. ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 May 1912

ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubxrlbc lor THIS Piper All the newi while it It newt It our motto, Call In and enroll 0 GET IN THE HABIT j Ot admilriac In THIS Paper J nayoa iintrer regret It, He tin at once and ip right st Devoted to (he Interest! of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912. NO. 26 Council Proceedings If I Were a Suffragette Bay View Booming The Brooding Sorrow Our Old Mush Kettle The Library DR. RAMBO DENTIST First National Hank building. ST. JOHNS, OREGON. i AM members were present nt the regular meeting of the city council Tuesday evening, with Mayor Muck presiding. The St. Johns Water Co. asked permission to improve by curb and macadam the northerly half of West John street, between Edison and Occatur. Granted on motion of Councilman Davis. A petition to improve Ivauhoc from Mohawk to Richmond with six-foot cement sidewalks, 12-foot parking, and 24 feet of concrete surface in center was presen...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 May 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Evory Friday At 117 West Uurltngton Strcot. Tim Rkvikw Is entered nt post office in Saint Johns, Oregon, ns tnnil tnnttcr of the second clnss under the Act of Cou tfrcss of March 3, 1879, OfflclU Mewipaptr of tha Oity of BL Johni. Subscription prlco $1,00 peryoar. The Portlnncl city council has been having quite a time of it deciding whether or not the power to regulate prices shnll he included in the franchise to be given the Portland Railway, Light and Pow er Co. Portland .seems to be be hind the times. A number of St Johns folks have concluded that it doesn't matter whether or not till power is included in a franchise that any city has the power to regit late the prices despite the wording of franchises. Portland should wise up. It teems to us if the socialists would discuss a few details con nectcd with their doctrine it might give one an idea of what tocxpect .something that little light is shed on by socialist advocates. Under soc...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 3 May 1912

Calcf Bros. Have Inaugurated a Series of Saturday Specials That You Can Not Afford to Overlook SATURDAY, MAY 4, SATURDAY About 80 pairs of Ecru Lace Curtains djl A A Values up to $2.00 a pair, Saturday at P1 .vV Bird Cages, large assortment, at 25 per cent off Yum Yum Springs, reg. $2.50, Saturday at $1.75 Remember the Time and the Place SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY, SATURDAY HOMEFURNISHERS 501-03 JERSEY ST. THREE LARGE STORES PORTLAND ST. JOHNS VANCOUVER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE It will payto see our line of Rugs and Linoleum We aim to sell our goods at the prices and of the Jilu?aijij 1 1 cmahtv that will build ud a larger X l XT ' business. We could not do so with inferior goods or higher prices. A big line of Linoleum at 60c to; A large assortment of Ktigs nil rr -rrnVrl sizes nml qualities tJ.UU cl ydlU. ill Local News. The Regal Range on sale at the Peninsula Hardware is n bargain at $36.00. See it at once. Miss Jeanette Ogden came down Tuesday for a week's visit with friends in S...

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 May 1912

.K.j M V 77 'in THE BONHAM &, CU WEDNESDAY th, We ri a i ' mi i REMNANT SALE The Wednesday Specials of the last two weeks have left a number of pniaU parts of bolts of Ginghams and Prints. These run 3 1-2 to 10 yard pieces. With these, we have placed the remnant ends of bolts of Ribbons, Lace and Embroid eries. You will find the prices on all reduced materially. TIIKRK will be very little regular sale of Outing Flannel Gowns during the Summer. To close them out, we offer: Ladies' Outing Flannel Gowns, reg. 50c, special 38c Ladies' Outing Flannel Gowns, reg. 75c, special 57c Ladies' Outing Flannel Gowns, reg. $1.00, special 83c Ladies' Outing Flannel Gowns, reg. $1.25, special 97c THE VALUES ARE TRUE. A few black Skirts from last Wednesday's Special you may have for 83c each. THING THIS TIME FOR THE BOYS Shoes sizes xx 1-2 to 2 regular price $1.25 to 1.75, sale price only 99c Shoes sizes 2 1-2 to 1-2, rcir. nrice $1.7$. 2 00 and 2. so. snle nrim U .ai These Shoes arc two seasons ...

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. — 3 May 1912

Supplement to the St. Johns Review May 3, 1912 Regatta a Sure Go Secretary Crnwshaw met the offi cers of the Portland Motor Boat club on Tuesday and had an ex tended conference with them in re Kurd to tlte details of the Regatta, and afterward they together called on Secretary McAllister of the KIks Committee and had an interview with him which resulted in selecting Tuesday, July 9, as the date for the Regatta which will tnke place at St. Johns. The commodore nud other officers of the Portland Motor Boat club are coming to St. Johns Monday evening next to meet the hoard of governors of the Commer cial club to talk matters over and exchange views touching the event which is expected to attract thousands of people to our city and the river front generally. Plans will be immediately begun and put into operation to forward the move ment, which will be the greatest advertisement St. Johns hns ever had in bringing it to the personal attention of people from all over the country. The Regat...

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. — 10 May 1912

, HMlwlMi Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Totubtcrlbo (or THIS IHptr All thi newt while It li ncwi I) our motto. Call In nd enroll GET IN THE HABIT J Of admitting In THIS Pptr J nd you'll niwreifcl It. Dc- J tlnatonctindktcprUhUtll I i Devoted to the Interest ot the Penlniuta, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912. NO. 27 Starts Life on a Trtilley Minimum Wage Bill Socialist and Religion The Library Evangelical Church Council Proceedings Tlic following taken from n New York paper has reference to a nephew of Mrs. Coupe of St. Johns, the youngster born on a trolley car: The most original haby In -New York is David Mills Rcilly, of 224 East 64th street. He chose a trol ley cir to be born in last night, mid had 1000 people waiting in the middle of the street to find out whether it was a boy or n girl. He even made n short address to his admirers as he was being hand ed from the rear platform of the car to the young ambulanc...

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. — 10 May 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Streot. Commercial Ciub Thk Rkvikw Is entered nt post office in Snlnt lohiis. Oregon, ns iimil tnnttcr of the second clnss under the Act of Con rfrcss of Mnrch 3, 1879. OfflcUl Ntwipiper of tbt OU7 of St. Jotuu. Subscription prloo $1.00 per yonr. The ilcnth of Homer Davenport, tlic rent enrtoonist, is n great lss to Orecon. for he was one of the best boosters the state hnseverhnd. Irom the humblest bediming lie forced his way to the front rowns n cartoonist, with no superiors. 1 Primary election registration is cettinc to be regarded with less favor all the time. The purpose of the Australian ballot system is to obtain the greatest degree of sec recy possible. et before the pri maries all voters must swear their allcciance to either one party or an other. An independent voter has to declare his preference to one party or another before he can reg ister. The idea of the Australian system Is thus defeat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 10 May 1912

Ir -- Saturday and May 11 onday May 13 A K H X HOME 501-03 JERSEYSL Lw n arm jaafw i I n n g OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Specials $1.25 Berry Sets, special at only . . . 1 .00 Salad Bowls, special at only . . 2.50 Rayo Lamps, special at only f. . Special Discount on Sewing Machines . . . . 70c . . . 50c . . . $1.50 Tn0mWnBrv,TT SAT RnAY anrl MnNHAV a j.iunwvuLf iui- v m 1 vaav ivii 1 il ZENITH Like Cut t ;t. n.,f 10 per cent off on Installment A Fine Quartered Oak Case Sales and 20 per cent off Bcat MaaiGuarLneeci Drop Head, Automatic Lift Guaranteed 10 years Special Price $20.00 on all cash sales Special Price $28.00 Other Guaranteed Machines as low as $17 Local News. Mrs. F. V. Valentine hns been on the sick list for the past couple of days. The St. Johns Laundry hns added a handsome auto truck to its deliv ery equipment. M. W. Pattoti, brother of Rev. J. J. Patton, visited our city the first of the week. W. L. Carmen of Los Angeles is visiting Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen lilackburn...

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 May 1912

The Bonham & Currier 4th Wednesday Special WEDNESDAY MAY 1 5 OUR WEDNESDAY SPECIALS are getting more and more popular. Our stock is being cleared of odds and ends; our pat rons derive the benefit of good merchandise at very low prices. Many have taken advantage of the cut on seasonable goods. This time we offer you A LUINO LINE Of DRESS PERCALESMcn,s Low Silocs Figures and stripes, light and dark. Regular $a50 Shoes Wed. $2.oo The prettiest of patterns and f ab- Some of last seasons styles Regular $4.00 Shoes Wed. $2.50 Regular $3.00 Shoes Wed. S1.90 Now is the time to get you an Auto Veil or a Scarf of KOBE SILKS. Bath Mats, regular SI. SO Alat. special at SI. 05 Bath Alius, regular SI. 25, special at 93c ricS made for hoUSe gOWnS and BnthAlnts, regular $1.00 Alat, special at 75c Laundry Bays, rejj. 75c and 85c bogs 49c . You cannot afford to be without these scmi-luxurics at these prices. Our stock is too ChlldrenS ClreSSeS. Patterns all neW. large is why they are offered at t...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 May 1912

HlrtOfical Sosjir ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU GET IN THE HABIT j Toiubicrlbe for THIS Paper All the newt while It li newt li our mollu. Call In and enroll Of (dvtrtlilnt In THIS Piper and you'll nt.rrtif el It. Ue I la it one and keep rlihl at II J i I lvoKnot,iiiaittniiQi, Devoted (o (he Interests of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912. NO. 28 The Monahan Reception Roosters Will Crow Means Much for St. Johns Council Proceedings The Library Declamatory Contest Postmaster T. J. Monahan and wife, having been married for n period of forty years, decided it the proper thing to give a little recep tion to their friends last Snturdny evening in honor of the occasion. The event was a most pleasing one, and the couple scarcely realized they had so many good, true friends. Several hundred participated in the hospitality extended, and wished the "young" couple ninny more years of wedded bliss. For thirty years Mr. an...

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 May 1912

m THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE -Pubtlahod Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. Tint UltVJKW Is entered nt post office in Snint Johns, Oregon, ns mail tnnttcr of the second class under the Act of Con rfress of March 3, 1879. Official Hewipaper of the City of St. Jetuu. Suborlptlon prloo $1.00 per year. At Kelley Butte, witli crimlniil labor working for cheap board and no salary, it costs one dollar per yard to crush rock. The Whitwood Quarry Co. furnishes rock to the city of St. Johns nt 82 i-2c per yard, and yet pay from $2.25 to $3.00 per day for labor. The for mcr is municipally conducted, the latter by a corporation. Another case of a corporation robbing (?) the people. 1 Several bills are now pending in Congress empowering tiie Secretary of the Interior to set aside a tract of not exceeding four sections of unoccupied public lands in a salu brious section to be temporarily used by the Ureter of ywls lor a sanitarium and camping ground, subject to control of the na...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 May 1912

I fa Chris Oihus Dead Christopher C. Oihus died at his home on South Hayes street Wed ncsdav near the noon hour. Mr Oihus was a Rood citizen and will be creatly missed in this comtnu uity. He was born in Christiana, Norway. May so, 1817. He came to America in 1867, settling succes sivclv in Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota. In 1900 he located nt Silvcrton, Or., and came to bt. Johns the next year. In January, 1872, he married Miss Nettie Lar son, also a native of Norway, at Preston, Minn , and seven children were born to them. Five of these arc now livinc. They arc: Chris tian C. Oihus, Oscar J., and Lillian Oihus of St. Johns; L. M. Oihus of Vancouver, wash., and Mrs. M. Hirshfield of Oakland, Cal. Mr, Oihus has been prominent in city aftairs. The funeral services will be held in Blackburn, Chambers & Lowry's undertaking parlors Sunday after noon at 2 0 clock, under the auspi ccs of the Order of Owls, of which he was. a member. The sermon will be delivered by Rev. G. W. Ne...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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