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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 16 August 1912

ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiuburlbe for TIMS I'aptr All the newi while II U ncwi la our mollu. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT J Of idmlltlnt In THIS Paper aadyoa'llnererrtirilll. I)e. it ifaatoacaandlttprlihtat II . 1 Devoted to (he InlereMi of (he I'enlniula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOIv. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1912. NO. 41 Measure Your "Me" The St. Johns Loiterer put on his hat this uftcrnoon and started up town. At the first corner he stumbled over n small boy crying stormily in the precise center of the walk. Sympathy brought out n gulpy recital of the youngster's woes. He had eaten but two of his five sticks of candy when his mother captured the sack and said "no more" or he would be sick nnd couldn't go to the park with her that afternoon. And he wanted his candy, it wouldn't make him sick, and he didn't care if it did. It, was his nnd he wanted it. The Loiterer walked on, his lol te'ring gait enabling him to over hear fragmen...

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. — 16 August 1912

I THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DY A. W. MARKLE Publlshod Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street. r 4 hi KaIiiI Tohns. Oregon, ns nmtl tnnttcr of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. omciU NewiptpM of tht Oltf of Bt. Johns. Subscription price $1.00 per year. The three-legged race for presi dent promises to Ihj a most interest ing one; nlready the henvy guns arc being placed and the tnnr.shal ing of the hosts begun. It is about an even bet ao far. Mrs. Cutiles offer to donate the necessary 15 feet through her prop erty remove anotlier obstacle to tliii widening and initiroveiiieiit of Dawson street. It is hotted that the city council may sec their way clear to close the deal with Mrs. Copies. 1 It is honed the council wilt be nble to take Mr. A. M. Stearns' most eenerous offer of n location for a public jmrk. The one tunned is the very best there is in the city and if it could lie purchased from Mr. Stearns at anything like n rea sonab e ttrice the city cannot do ...

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. — 16 August 1912

BEDS SPRINGS MATTRESSES We handle nothing that is not strictly what it claims to be. When you compare prices also compare quality. fflllTlli A massive bed made of Malleable steel. White, Cream or Vernis Martin. $10.80. No. 5 Leggct This spring is inaile to last. It fits the body. Sold on 60 days free triiil and guaranteed for 10 years Prleu $5.50 The Largest Store The Largest Stock Brass Beds $16.50 Brass Beds only f 9-9 23.50 " " " 13-95 30.00 " " " 21. 00 45.00 " " 30.00 Mattresses Number 40 Cotton ' $ 6.30 45 " 7.5 " 5 " 9-75 " Co " 14.40 Springs Jt.75 Common $1.50 2.25 Diumond 1.75 2.75 Yum Yum 2.25 335 Rolled Hdgc 3.75 4.0(1 Calef Special 2.25 A dainty iron bed. Comes In white cream or blue. Only $3.75 $ 1 down, $1 a week These Mattresses arc made of num ber one felted cotton and are made in layers, not stuffed. Prench rolled edges, Cretou and Washable Covers. $7.50 to $14.40 home I FURNISHERS SO 1-03 JERSEY ST. The Lowest Prices The Lowest Terms ELM 1 I Just an easy handful 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. — 16 August 1912

The Old Swimming Hole Is there a man so dead who nev er to himself has said, in deepest raptures of his soul: "Me to the dear old swimming hole?" Then with a whistle to the lad on the street, and two fingers raised, for the place to meet, with eyes that sparkle like a living coal, sneak away two lads to the old swimming hole. Oh the old winiming hole denrest home of the soul through the hot summer days, is the old swimming hole. "Oh, the old swimming hole in the long, hazy days, when the hum drum of school made so many run aways; how pleasant was the jour ney down the old dusty lnnc, where the track of our bare feet was nil planted so plain; you could tell by the dents of the heel and the sole, there was lots of fun on hands in tlie old swimming hole." A boy of'Gt. Advertised Letters The following list of letters wcrt rcmniuitu! and uncalled for at tin. St. Johns nostofliee for the week ending August 10, 1912: MvTTIiUS Davis, Jessie Mrs Hoffman, MrsC A Mnllon Mrs MeArdle missile Pel...

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 August 1912

ca' Soclct, ST. JOHNS REVIEW it IT'S NOW UP TO YOU TotubKrltw lor THIS Paper All the newi while ll It newt li our motto. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT 01 idvertlilnc In THIS Paper and you'll never reirel II, IV. tin at once and beep rltht at It J Devoted to (be Intereiti of the Peninsula, tbe Manufacturing Center ol the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAT, AUGUST 23, 1912. NO. 42 My Own People A pray haired lady who lives on a certain street in St. Johns, and whose gentleness will forgive this allusion to her personal affairs, is lately in receipt of n letter from n nephew who is about to graduate from medical school. "Just think!" he writes. "A few mote weeks and I will he among my own people." "He means he is going to make a visit to his home?" asked one ot the friends to whom the letter was being tead. "Oh. no," replied the proud aunt. "He only means that he will soon be settled in the town where he is going to practice his profes sion." "How queer," said the friend....

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 August 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE PublUhed Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Strcot. ORDINANCE NO. 501 If You Evangelical Church Tmt Ruvikw Is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns until matter of the second class under the Act of Con tfrcM of March J, 1879, Officii! Nswtpsptr of ths Oltr of flk Johns. j. - Subscription prloo $1.00 par year. Would Be Prosperous Do This At last, nftcr years of longing nud unavailing effort, the hard sur facing of Dawson Btrcet Is about to come to nass. The contract was let Tuesday evening to the Star Sand Co, and 60 davs' time is given for for the completion of the work. Un doubtedly this is the most import ant street improvement ever effect ed in St. Tohns. It is the real nr- tcrv of traffic to Portland, and iierctoforc during the wet sea son has been practically impassa ble. The city attorney was cspc- c a v net vc in clearing away any legal debris and other impediments toward the Improvement of this im portant thoroughfare, and th...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 23 August 1912

$1.00 Down HOMEFURNISHERS S0-03 JERSEYSL $1.00 Weekly DINING TABLES We sell the famous Lentz Tables. Everybody knows that money can be saved by buying in large quanties. W6 buy these by the car load direct from the factory in Nashville, Mich. See Our Window Display ; I'M1 We sell no Veneered Tables Every table is finished and looks finished We will take your old table as .first payment on a new one. Balance $1 per Week 1 i ocal News. Sewing machine crates for sale nt Calef Bros. ffohn Vultur Is having a cozy lit tjejliome erected ou Mucrum avenue. El'lic water tower has been cm bTllished by a couple of. coats of wh'ite paint. .D. C. Lewis Is having a fine nfclern home erected ou Willam ette boulevard. I fSffhe Regal Range on sale at the peninsula Hardware Is a bargain at $36.00. See it at once. Bllchtnond street is being treated sixteen-foot strip of crushed nkk in the center by the county authorities. Klrs.-Adu Pennington and daugh ters, Mrs. Lura Davidson and Miss Kdha, are spendi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 23 August 1912

A LESSON FROM BASEBALL Always Sv Something For the "Tim When the Pinch Comet. In his book. "Pitching lu n Pinch," Christy Mathewsun has sotno good nd- vice to offer to hoys who would like to bo successful pitchers, and it Is not hard to'rcnd In his words a lesson of llfo as well. "Somo pitchers," snys the veteran, "will pat nil they hnvo on unci) ball. Tlidt Is foolish for two renRons. In tho first plnce, It exhausts tho man physically, nnd when the, pinch comes ho hnsn't tho strength to Inst It out" Tho pinch, It may he here Interpolat ed, Is whnt pitchers cull the Inning thnt comes In most lull games, on which hangs victory or devnt And when tho pinch comos It Is n ensu of tho batter's nerve hgnlnst the pitcher's. "Hut. second nnd more Important, It shows tho Imtters everything that ho has, which Is senseless. A man should always bold something In reserve, n surprise! to spring when things get tight If n man tins displayed I1I1 whole assortment to the hatters In tho early part of ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 August 1912

4 : ,T"!ou I .If I rl i l r Vlr W qet ,n e abit All the newt while It li new. Ii mm Km JL JL A .M. Ml T JL M -tf T T i Of .dmlliln. In THIS r.fr f ' our motto. Call In ind enroll J snJ you'll nfrtrrcirtt It. He- ? , J ' (Id at one and keep rights! l( 8tiininni'w.iiiil . 1 . Devoted to the Interetti of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit iiiMM-mniniiiii mN VOI" 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1912. N0. 43 r ; i . . FLOURISHING ST. JOHNS Some of the Leading Business Men and Enterprises and What They Are Doing C. M. SNYDUR, photographer, loented in tlic Holhrook httildltig, St. Jolins, is one of the most skilled artists in the entire state of Oregon. He docs everything connected with the nrt, including enlarging and color work, and fine pictures, views, interiors nnd .... f. ... ! . , exteriors. 1 nc writer is pienMru to nnnounce that he is especially wcl cnnlDPcd for taking photo graphs in nny style desired. None of the arts come nearer our homes and affec...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 August 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Btrcot. Tim ItKVIKW Is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns nmil mutter of the second class under the Act of Con rcsi of March 3, 1879, Offlciil Nrwippr of the City of St John Subscription prlco $1.00 por year, Governor West promises to make it warm for the evil doers of Port lnml, and proposes to camp right on their trail. lie is on the right trnck and the better clement is he hind him to a inaji. 1 No one knows better tlinn the fnrnier how 11 wife stands side by side with Iter husband and helps him to earn ami earn' on the farm If he dies, he leaves it without fenr in her hands. Hut lie leaves it thenceforth unprotected by n free man's vote. No assessor, no sti pervisor, no legislator need fenr mat tue owner 01 tins inrm can call him to account at the polls for any injustice or neglect of this wo man's interests. Her name on any petition will count little as against the voters, or the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 August 1912

STING OF A SNAKE Fiery Ordeal That Follows a Kiss From a Puff Adder. IT IS ALMOST CERTAIN DEATH. Dramatlo Exparlenco of a Man Who Recaivtd the Venom Laden Carait and Yat, In 8plte of the Doctor1! Vardlot, Lived to Tell the Tale. Not tunny men nro nllvo to toll whnl It Is llko to bo bitten by n purr nddcr. ono of tho moat venomous of annuel la South Africa, whero It Is found. Ita blto Is believed to bo ccrtnln dentil Nevertheless P. N. Strcntllold, former ly resident commissioner of llcchtiunn land, not only survived tbc blto of a putT adder, but told bis story In the London Field. He hnd captured the snake, which was three feet and n ball long, In South Africa, ntul was briuo- Ing It home confined In an old cartridge pox to present to tho Regent's park coo. Do says: Somehow or other It bconmo known to my fellow pnascnRcrs that 1 bad a puff adder In my portmanteau, and they begged to be allowed to seo II For a long tlmo I refused, but at Inst was overpcrsunded and fetched her In dysb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 August 1912

r 1 ttiV.' i tit i It . I t '' n' 'i 'i -t- . J- lit.) art 1 1 tli 'I ! .fir? ! " Jit v . - A -1 J. ft We Have an ' . ' . J- ; .!. -. . .ri'.fiijViO 11 'I . ' 'nW mm - f ' i) I t. r , , .' . li '. M 'j , J- .'J ' 'rti.Jr.(-Ajt' i,, l, lirt A f I ' 7 s J , f 1 i i'l ; -,..t l ' 1 f ."' ' .1; ' ',J '. -' k;. J ''" 1" '( J..V, ', , -' "! Jfl; "i, !'''. ; ' ' vil i i. , i t,V ' ') . . . . , .,..1 for Attractiveness Give us an opportunity to prove our assertions. Let us have your next order for Job Printing. Satisfaction guaranteed.' I 'J flfsMI , ..',. , .. 1i .it . f'l f .1 ' ' $t . ' .. S if' . - ' ' i ' ' "i"f',i I tt ' ' ' ('f . . . . , f , . ' , '.ft , ll (5j . wr'-; f ''!ifi ,. , f Iff ' ''''! .. . . ST. JOHNS Phone Columbia 321 REVIEW 117 W. Buiiling'ton ' I) si"' ' . tit'- ' i ,!,. US 4 -. ' ., , n ,( "yft. . , ,. k.! ' ' f. 'ftiZK, '!?..'' ia.wM", , ' -.WJl.., . fi (K V , . ' K jv ' ' , k - Vi, '4 4i . - ' - itJ 1 1- 4 .. i i.t V'V t'i -' vf " '" "4 1 !.-. la "I W f ! .' " f ,t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 August 1912

0 $1.00 Down home FURNISHERS 501-03 JERSEYSL Weekly DINING TABLES We sell the famous Lentz Tables. Everybody knows that money can be saved by buying in large qualities. We buy these by the car load direct from the factory in Nashville, Mich. See Our W e sell no Veneered Tables Every table is finished and looks finished L We will take your old table as first payment on a new one. Balance $1 per We.ek Local News. Sewing machine crates for sale nt Calcf Bros. Mayor A. A. Muck is taking in the Regatta nt Astoria thin week. A. M. StenniB made n business trip to Astoria the first of the week. The Renal Ranee on sale nt the) Peninsula Hardware is a bargain at $36.00. See it at once. o There will be no preaching ser vice nt the Baptist church on Sept. ist ami 8th. Regular services will be resumed on the 15th. It. S. Wright, who is engaged in constructing n school building nt Battleground, Wash., spent Sunday and Monday with his family on So. Hayes. Conkey's Stock Remedies are not foods, but...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 30 August 1912

TIPPING IS ANCIENT. In 8hnkpeare' Time It Used to Dt Called Valltglvlng. Tho word tip Is of compnrtlvoly mod cm origin, ns It used to bo vnlls, n eliortoucd form of nvnlla or profits. Wo spent now of llio nvnlla of nn estate or of a business transaction. A hun dred yenrs ngo they culled firntnltles lo servants or waiters vnlls. Dr. John son's dictionary, published In 1755, do tines vails ns "money rIvoii to Hcrvnnts ns n perquisite, or pre.ent rather tlmn In tho way of wnfjes." Dean Swift mentions n person "whoso rovcniios, besides vnlls, ninotitiled to 13." Shnkc Hpenro uses tho word In the sumo bciiho wliero ho tnnkos one of tho fishermen In "I'crlcles" miy, "Uut Imrk you. my friend, 'twas wo thnt mnde up this ftnr tnent nnd thero nro corinln condol mcnts, certain vnlls." Ho wanted to bo condoled with n tip. Tlio practlco probably continued to prow after Shnkespearo's time, for late In tho eighteenth century n philan thropist nnd reformer of the period published a tract npnlust In...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 6 September 1912

ST. JOHNS REVIEW I "IT'S NOW UP TO YOU j GET IN THE HABIT j Of idmtlilat In THIS Ppf j andjroa'lloittrrttrdll. Be ? tin (tone and kMprlfht tilt I r Toubtcrlb tor 1 HIS Piper' kit 1 1 ...I. If. It I - M. - I. All MIC l,W. WIIIIC II II IIVWB IS ' ' our mold,. Call In mil enroll i Devoted to the Interest of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, SKl'TliNlUKR 6, 1912. NO. 44 THE RAWSON COMPANY Manufacturers of the Greatest Wood Working Machines on Earth, St. Johns, Near Portland This is mi njc of of progress. The Rnwson Comp.uiy, located nt St. Johns, Oregon, nre manufacturers of the greatest wood working ma chines 011 earth. The Riwson piteuted midline No. 4 Is n heavy ma chine designed for use in nil wood working shops for nil classes of work and is convenient beyond anything ever placed on the market. It excebi all others in durability and simplicity. b'or quick change in hand lim; it is perfect to a degree. This improved patented m...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 6 September 1912

v 1 THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DV A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington 8treot. Tim RnviKW is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns tnnll matter o( tne second class under mc aci oi v.on rcss of March 3, 1879. , Offldsl Hnripsptr of ths City of BU Jshm. GET AHEAD By Getting in Line Subscription prlea $1.00 poryonr. D. L. Day, better known ns "Doc." committed suicide via the carbolic ncid route in a boat house alone the river front Saturday of last week. Wc understand he loaves a wife and two children in Portland, and the cause for his rash net is not positively known. He was well known in St.Johns, where he had quite a reputation as a sera) per of great ability. How Is Your Title?. Have your abstracts made, con tinued or examined nt the l'eniusu In Title, Abstract nnd Realty Co- Accurate work. Reasonable fees. II. Henderson, maunder, 208 North Jersey, McDonald building. ORDINANCE NO. 503 AT OUR SAVINGS DEPOSIT WINDOW! The passport to your employ er'i higher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 6 September 1912

't r. HEATERS! WOOD OR COAL HEATERS! At CALEP BROS., the place where you get the PRICE and the TERMS $1.00 Down - - $1.00 Weekly We have 30 different kinds of Heaters from $1.50 to $18.00 These heaters are made of Wellsville Polished Steel with cast top, cast bottom and solid and ventilated cast linings. They are made for burning wood, have large doors and air tight drafts. Made to last . and to make jthe wood last. ill II tf I As the Time For Opening of the City Schools Draws near, thoughts will naturally bo directed to school books and supplies and where best to get them. This year in addition to our regular well selected and complete line of school supplies, consisting of pons, inks, pencils, erasers, composition books, tab lets, etc., we have added a complete line of the regular State text books and now yoii are able to outfit your children completely at our store and at the same time be assured of the best goods for the least money and also be assured of our customary polite an...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 6 September 1912

i nf Hip .Inhnstnnp s Tntraprv Rtnnlr Ul EMU WWIIIIWiWIIW V Do 5 Hl II Days, Beginning Tuesday, September 10th and Continuing Through September 26th ALL of this stock is clean and fresh. Heforc buy ing this stock Mr. Johnstone had the room com pletely remodeled. Everything has had the best of care and for the most part is actually less than one year old. So at this sale there is absolutely no junk. To mention a few things: Men's Underwear, regular $1.25 suits, sale price $ .84 Trousers " 2.50 " " 1..67 " " " 3.00 " " 2.00 ' " " 3.50 " " 2.34 " Shoes 5.00 " " 3-35 ' " " 4.50 " " 3.00 IT is our intention to conduct the store as a Men's and Young Men's Exclusive Furnishing Store in cluding shoes, while our old store will be fitted more completely than ever with Ladies' Wearing Ap parel. We desire to change some of the lines and we must close out a lot of the excess stock. Excess stock was the undoing of the former owner of the store. You can fit your boy out in a suit of clothes, hat a...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 13 September 1912

S ST. JOHN REVIEW j' iraftUW Ul' IU IUU foiubicrlbe lor THIS Piper ' All Ihrntwi while Hit ntwi It 1 our motti,. Call la and enroll GET IN THE HABIT Ot edmtUloc In THIS Paper and jrBn'llaerer regret It. Be Be- J .... j tin at oice aod keep rltbt Devoted to tho Interest! of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center at the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,' 19". NO. 45 t The West Side Booming Down along the Willamette river in the vlcluity of Linnton a new in dnstrial center is springing up, which Ulrts tair to develop very large pro portions within ttie next few years. Liunton is nearly 25 years old. It was platted April 4, 1886. by C. P. Hunker, who is still heavily interest ed in the place. The first industry to he estab lished was the Portland Smelting nud Refining works which handled gold, silver nud lead ores from the the entire North Pacific coast. The plant represented the expenditure of $100,000 and was finished in 1890 by William Selovcr and C. V. Dun k...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 13 September 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Every Friday At 117 West Burlington Street Tint RkvihW is entered nt post oflice In Saint Totans. Oregon, us nmll mutter of the second class under the Act o( Con gress of March 3, 1879. Official Hrwippr of th Oily of 8b Jshns. Subiorlptlon price $1.00 per year LISTEN Kvery individiinl, or firm corporn- ' lion should haven checking nccotmt f- .!...... I.. I.!M.. 'J326I The cnncclled check is a never fall Iiir receipt mid n perfectly nccurnte record of your trntisactfott. Your money is absolutely safe ln-rc I nenuine Spanish leather 011 and you run no risk of losing it ly 1 sprliin scats, 25 per cent off, fire or. theft. ROCKERS ! ! We welcome new accounts whether large or small. Open n checking account here today. 4 per cent, interest pnid on Sav ings Accounts, 4 per cent, paid 011 Time Deposits. Safe Deposit Hoxes $3.00 per year. Special Prices on Rockers this week Solid Oak Rockers, waxed finish coil Scat First National Bank St. Johns,...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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