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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 18 October 1912

"IjforJcM Society Is i ST. JOHNS REVIEW i IT'S NOW UP TO YOU GET IN THE HABIT j Taiubtcrll (or THIS Paper All (he nw while It U new li our mott . Cell In and enroll 01 adrfrtlilng In THIS Fajwf J and you'll amrrtirtt It. Be t flu at ooce and kaep rltnt at I Devoted (o the Interests of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest HMD VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1912. NO. 50 IThc Making of Millions1 Should Be Regulated High School Notes Council Proceedings The Bonville System Great Street Project Evangelical Church The world is beginning to see fjhow the miracle was wrought how a few men managed to get hold of scores of millions while the mass of men were struggling for existence Some thirty years ago a swarm . of grasshoppers settled dowri on the prairies of Minnesota. These grasshoppers "disturbed busi ness" for three successive years . to such an extent that thousands v'of Bettlers left the country, and the Dutch investors who had bo ,'gun to build 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. — 18 October 1912

WW 1 'r THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Published Bvory Friday At 117 Wost DurllnBton Street. TUB Ritvmw Is entered nt ixst office In Snlnt Johns, Oregon, as mail matter of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March J, 1879. 9TATHMHNT of ownership ail mattegement ol the 81. Jolinn Kevltw r by the Act of AUKURl 34i iyil IHJllur null muu-ru:i, . u.rM. fiuMirn. A. V Miirklp. II. II. Marklc. Hworn to Btul milncrltel Mott me lhl 7th day ol Octelier . 1911.-I'. A. Kice, notary ruunc. Offlclsl Ntwiptptr of tha City of HI Johns. Subscription prlo $1.00 por yonr. The Library C)miii Hours: Isoolo jiAomid 7toy.30p.rn Sundays: 2i30 tu 5UU The Man Worth while IS the Man Worth Money Not nlwnya, hut ninety-nine times out of n liundred llint's SOI It talcca mentality to make money. It requires manhood to nve money. The man who will take only a little of the money Ini mentality his nhility tin earned for linn and will ave it, will net onl Ask any mnn ten yean older than youl Aak him h...

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. — 18 October 1912

Hi Furniture Floor Coverings Ganges Heaters F-Vry thing for the Home HOME IFURMSIILKO 50l03 JERSEY ST. FOUR STORES Portland . St. Johns Vancouver Salem EXTRA SPEC Lentz Extention Table, Solid Michigan White Oak $32.00 Quartered Oak Buffet to match ' - - - 40.00 Large Oak China Closet to match - - - 34.50 5 Leather Dining Chairs and 1 Arm Chair to match 30.00 These are good values at the regular price - $136.50 This Dining Room Outfit Complete, Only $98.00 (See It in Our Window) Buying for Cash and buying in Car Loads gets the . Lowest Prices Remember Where You Can Get Better Goods For Less Money Local News. r.ft tin electric lienil trcntmcnt or innssnge nt Gllmorc's Ilnrber Shop. Have you noticed the political pot lutely? Surely boiling some. Chnrles Moy hns opened up n Chinese chop suey house in tho Now St. Johns Hotel building. Tho days are growing moat blamed short again, and tho wood pile is diminishing with alarming rapidity. Plnn to tnko dinner with tho Mntlimltar. l.ndios' Ai...

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. — 18 October 1912

The 'Bonville System country than anything I know of. I have been twelve years in the harness business m I'ort land. R. Sutton, '121 Belmont street, Portland, Oregon. To whom it may concern: am oijCLottho oldest disciples of the Honville System, havincr fa lowed its nroirrcss from its birth and am firmly convinced that it 15 tho only cure- all for the pros ent financial conditions. The fight is a hard one, but it is bound to succeed, as it is ioundeu on solid and honest principles, I am in the restaurant business with my father at 4th and Yam hill street, and nm also connect ed with tho Palace Koalty Co. am fully convinced that only few years separates us from the time when tho Bonville System will revolutionize the business world.- -Ernest M. Tucker, 142J Second street, Portland, Oregon To whom it may concern: have been acquainted with Mr. lionville and the Bon vi lie Suuur Deal for the past three years, and the deeper I look into it the more enthused I become with it In time to co...

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. — 25 October 1912

7 H'rfc.n Society ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU Toiubtcrlt lor THIS Paper All the ntwt while ll li new li our modi Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT j Ol adwtltlnt In THIS Paptr jf and you'll nTrrtrttl(. Oc- f lloatoacaaadkatprUhtat II j J f i Devoted to the Interetti of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOHKR 25. 1912. N0.5t Republican Rally When You Eat An Apple Fitzgerald For Sheriff Shall Lentz Annex? The Library McCusker For Congress Council Proceedings An enthusiastic meeting was nu limine m. vv. a. nan nisi lnday evening. W. II. Fitz-'not the sorts and varieties of gernld, candidate for the oliice worms, for there will be no of Sheriff of Multnomah county; worms if you have bought your A. W. Lairerty. candidate to fruit from an orchardist who succeed himself in Congress, and spmys his trees. L. C. Boyle addressed tho mei-l "You are eating malic acid, ing. Mr. I- itzgernld w.n t,v . the property that makes but...

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. — 25 October 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Publlahcd Every Frldny At 117 West Burlington Street. THIS RkviKW Is entered nt post office In Snhit Johns, Oregon, hs iimil mutter of the second class under the Act of Con ress of March J, 1879, OffltUl NtwipRper of the City of St. JoUnj. Subicrlptlon prlca $1.00 por yonr. Jack Johnson, the pugilist, is finding out that ho cannot inin- glu with white persons of the gentler sex too indiscriminately nor too indiscreetly. Strange what an inferior net of brains som(i younjp women aeem to he endowed with. You Have Absolute Protection If your cash, notes, valuable papers, etc., are locked in our burglar and fireproof vaults. A. ill I 1 bilk ?UV. OIUW V XJll I warning to tobacco users , . ,J , appeared in Monday's daily pa- "isii rcgisicr or siorc saie oi lers when the account was given fcrs llttllJ or no protection of a man, who had been a heavy you surely see the wisdom of tobacco user practically all his doing business with this bank. thus working a...

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. — 25 October 1912

Majority Rule Amendment Among the thirty-eight meas ures, which will appear on the official ballot to be voted on by the electorate of Oregon at the coming election on November 5th, will be the majority Rule Amendment. This is an amend ment to the Constitution of the State of Oregon so as to require a majority of all electors voting at any election to adopt constitu tional amendment and pass initi ative measures. This measure is proposed for the express purpose of preserv ing the Initiative Law for the people of Oregon by preventing its over-use by its friends and by Eroventing its abuse and possf ly its repeal by its enemies. It scarcely admits of argument that the Initiative Law as origi nally intended by its sponsors, is a most worthy measure. Hut we find it today "working over time" in Oregon. We find it be ing grossly abused and perverted turned from the purpose for which it was originally intended, namely, to be a powerful weapon in the hands of the people with which to get im...

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. — 25 October 1912

J4 XT' " (Mii.;nJjii h 'j.'l I no 'iitt Imi A 7j(l(i h 'nil ;j;w. 'i iff i . 1 tf f f .it M IO -M 33FI r J,.- t - -I t .-ft 4- : ll Record"-of Jonathan Bourne. Jr U. S. Senator From Oregon Senatorial Positions Clinlrmnn Committee on Post Offices nml Post RoadH, (Ap proprintes 1266,000,000 ycnrly) Member of Commerce Committee (Appropriates for Rivers. ami Ilnrhor.s) Member of I'lsbei les Committee Member of Committee on Public IlulldiiiKS nnd Orbuiuls Member Committee on Appropriations- (Only Oregon' mnn ever on this Committee) Member Committee on Woman's Suffrage Member Committee on Railroads and Seaboard Transporta tion Routes (MOST RUMARKAUIJ; RECORD KVKR MADIi) His Accomplishments Largest AppropriationsiEver Secured for Oregon Rivers and Harbors Coquille River $ 38,100 Sittslaw River 381,000 Oregon City I.ocks 300,000 Oregon Slough 50,100 Tillamook Day 407,000 Increase for Columbia and Willamette Rivers. 200,000 Dredges for jo-ft channel In Columbia River 330,000 1 Initiation of ...

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. — 25 October 1912

ORDINANCE'NO. 511 WASHDAY EASY A Water Motor Washer I An Electric Iron Will do the work while you are resting. Buy a Giant Water Motor Washer. The best washer made. We guarantee satisfaction or your money will be refunded. On Easy Payments $16.50 Will make Ironing a pleasure in summer or winter. We handle one of the best irons made. Fully Guaranteed Six pound iron complete with plug, cord and stand. Price Only $3.50 An Ordinance Declaring the Cost of Improving South Hayes Street from the South erly Side Line of Buchanan Street to the Northerly Side Line of Ida Street, in the City of St. Johns, Or egon, and Assessing the Property Benefited There by, Declaring Such As sessment and Directing the Entry of the Same in the Docket of Cily Liens. RANGES $5 down $5 monthly HEATERS $1 down SIM "VV.WJ SO'i The city of St. Jolnis ilocs onlnlu ns follows: Thnt tin: council lins considered the proiuscd Assessment for Improving South Hnycs street from the southerly side line of llucltnnnu street t...

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. — 25 October 1912

The Bonville System The following original letters continued from last weok from those nersonnllv interested in the . .'. ... . . a r I . Uonville Ninety-Nine Year ays- egranny, anu numerous otner in- ..il I. i! 1 it 1 .... i i! greater effort and may invite to tal disaster; hence the slow pro gress of new ideas. The inventors of the first steamboat, the first railway, the Atlantic cable, the telegraph and later, the telephone, wireless tol- DR. RAM BO DENTIST I'lionc Columbia 61 First National Dank building, ST. JOHNS, OREGON. DR. J. VINTON SCOTT DENTIST by Ap- Open Evening! and Sunday pointracnt. Office I'lionc Columbia 140 Resident I'liouc Columbia 38 tern, express the appreciation in ventions, were hailed as fanatics, which the system is neiu oy anu laughed to scorn oy the mui those acquainted with it. We titudos. But they patiently per will continue to publish these let- severed, until a grateful world tors from week to week as our today is reaping the benefits of space will pe...

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. — 1 November 1912

fth 4 SoCf( t ST. JOHNS REVIEW IT'S NOW UP TO YOU ToiubKflb (or THIS Paper All the ntwi while It It newt li our motto. Call In and enroll GET IN THE HABIT j Ot adriftl.li.1 la THIS Paw J ana' jroa'lloaw rural It. Be- f (InatoactandkMprltBtat It I n Devoted to (he latereiti of (be Penlntutt, tbe Manufacturing Center ol the Nortbweit VOI,. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY1, NOVHMBIiR t, i9I2. NO. S2 Great Industrial District Who Could Do More? Some Salad Hints An Open Letter High School Notes The Library With the immediate invest ment of more than $5,000,000 in new enterprises and much addi tional capital ready to be placed in largo proiects.one ot uregons greatest industrial districts, sit uated along the west side of the Wilamette lliver ana directly north of the city boundary line, will hn irivnn another boost through a deal that closed last week. It ia announced that the 160 acre tract adjoining Willbridgo on the south that una been neiu in trust many years by the Mer chants National B...

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. — 1 November 1912

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE ORDINANCE NO. 513 Published Every Frldnr At 117 West Burlington 8trcot. An Ordinance Declaring (he Cost of Improving South Ivanhoc St. from the South erly Side Line of Polk Street to the Northerly Side Line of Ida Street, in the Citv of St. Johns. Or- Subscrlptlon prlc. $1.00 psr year. CgOI1, Rlld Assessing the Tint Kkvikw Is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, bs mnll nmttcr of the second clnss under the Act of Con grcss of March j, 1879. OfflcIU Nnwn)iper of tbe city of Bt. Jeans. Xittnnftr fim.nfWn.l 'V. nm- 1 1 wjwi ubiikiik.u llli.ii.-l M sa m. by, Declaring Such As- AHEAD! scssmcnt and Directing the bntry of I lie Same in I the Docket of Cily Liens. Voter, don't forget that one of the oiflcea to he filled at the el ection next Tuesday is one in which St. Johns in particularly interest, ar.tl that lit Justice of the I'enoe. It takes a man of good judgement, tact and a fine sonseof honor to fill this position acceptably. In J. E. W...

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. — 1 November 1912

Should Elect Selling A vital Issue Is involved in the election of United States Senator next Tuosdny. It is that of the preservation of the direct pri- mnry lnw. This is the real is- sue, and on it the voters should ... ...... o determine their vote for Sonntor. Senator Hourne was defeated for ronomination fairly and squarely in the primary election last April by Hen Selling. Three days following that election, Hourne telegraphed Selling, con gratulating him on his nomina tion and pledging his hearty sup- IorU Subsequently, Hourne! sought the indorsement and nom ination of the Progressive state convention. Again lie was re jected by an assembly of electors representing the sovereign peo ple. As a final resort Hourne caused petitions to be circulated nominating him as an iiulopenu eni candidate, mosi ot the Big- natures to his petitions were ob - tamed by professional petition uiiuumiuia wuu uiu pu.u jivu cents a name. In becoming an independent miiuiiiuiw, uuuinu luiniuiutyu tno dir...

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. — 1 November 1912

Who Could Do More 7 SOHtiiNHid fmtt Ami Ihwnto Whs torn k nwklvni of Qrafafc tot frl ywtr. In privntv lira no )im spent n hwifr aunt of kfg own money in (tewtopintr th minor I rwmurcm or IhcsUu, and Immrht into Urtwun 190, 000,000 or Kjurtern money for the mum immhh. IlPhiM traveled kII ovor Orwron and know Ut BtftU liHUT than the ftveraffv cit- hwnsiil thv nrvaent time hai tomr minimi ii.ten.ali in Orwron ikT in other wet ion of the Northwest, nnd my txe di- reetlv or inlirll.v thrmigh rem eerni in which he in interentori in Multnomah. Clackamaa, lien ton. Hakor ami ('oo Conn tie. to thu amount of atvvral liuntl- rwl dollars. Fow nuvvAimjHjm in tin state iHiblinh nnythinir favorahli? to Senator Hournc Many willfully and maliciously ininroireHunt him. His irroat nchiovemont in riuuiirimr the Oruuon City Locka nnnrotirintion excited little nuwx paper comment, and .some pa purs even duniud him credit for this great public Herviee, in Hpite of the record, ror this reason many of the pe...

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. — 1 November 1912

M A K WASHDAY EASY A Water Motor Washer Will do the work while you are resting. Buy a Giant Water Motor Washer. The best washer made. We guarantee satisfaction or your money will be refunded. On Easy Payments $16.50 4 An Electric Iron Will make Ironing a pleasure in summer or winter. We handle one of the best irons made. Fully Guaranteed Six pound iron complete with plug, cord and stand. Price Only $3.50 RANGES $5 down $5 monthly HEATERS jme FURNISHERS $1 down SO-03 JERSEY ST. wpp. v jz a t T w m j Local News. i E. S. Wripht mntlo a business trip to Seaside Saturday. Sunday was a glorious day. The weather simply could not havo been improved upon. William Severanco is seriously ill with dropsy, nnd has been ta ken to Portland for treatment. Tho voter who has fully read anddigested tho various measures to bo voted upon next Tuesday deserves a gold medal. Tho Review is pretty much given over to politics and things political this week. But it wont happen again for somo time. B. F. Craws...

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. — 1 November 1912

Salt From the Bv A. Porter. Having zealously searched all articles appearing in the differ ent newspapers and magazines of America endeavoring to ex plain the different causes of nrosont dav evils, solve their complications and suggest reme dies, having reviewed these arti cle, one point of paramount irn nortanco is wonderfully avoided. In no instance does the sole mo tive of the writer appear to he to but rather, it is permeating the material with uplifting, embalm- KealmS Of KeaSOIl sciousnoss of what we really are, of our true relationship to each other, the place we are intended to fill in creation. It is human ity turning from the ways of perversion with that determina tion that obliterates all possibili ty to return. It is humanity embracing nature's harmonious justice. Not in a heartless, ox- people's 40,000 to not declare div porimental way, but with that idends, but rather to buy more deliberation that presents a but- earning power, of which lie gets wark of oneness of purp...

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. — 8 November 1912

( IT'S NOW UP TO YOU j I Iff 1 I I 11 W f I WT I GET IN TI,E "ABIT j j . Totubcrlt lor THIS Ppf j J I . 'JAM ' M II 'iJ M. Md J ML M4 T Ol Wwtklt la THIS TtfW j S Allth.n.wiMI.HI.ncw.li J 'trnrn W ,m A A , I ,rf,'M,MW,M) Bt. J I ourmollu. Call In nd tnroll j litMi4kffl(kUtll f Devoted to the Interest of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center ol the Northwert VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, NOVKMBKR 8. 1912. NO. 52 A Gigantic Plant Meals Without Meat Food For Thought High School Notes An Interesting Paper Here Tuesday Evening The Library Attracted by the immense water power potentialities of the northwest, Norwegian capitalists nrn prmnlilnr 5mr Mm fVnaifliHtv nf establishing a plant in either Oregon or Washington lor tne mnniifnnt.iirn nf nitrntnR nf vari ous kinds. Representatives of 1 1 . fi . f l 1 .. 1 1 inu ioreign iniuruwa nuvu ui-un conferring with W. E. Herring, district manager of the United States Forest Service, for the nnnf fwn wonks rnlntivo to the project and althou...

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. — 8 November 1912

T THE ST. JOHNS RCVIDV How St. Johns Voted An Interesting Piper BY K Tr " -- At UT Wet JhirltnRtnn Riml of 0e mmmI imfer t A4M J Own ,; l Mrai J, W"f. oaeju mrrt r u csiy f n. JkM. Subscription prle S1.00 ptr ytar. Tic ewiwnity howlvr is twin nWroM in ttw Iwwl. WMij imI nntk for PranlitoHl? it UltttttillttMl Th dactio-i of A. W. LMfforty to Contrrew by sucli n ovor wlioiinlnK vote in x most liltlor nlll for the 1'ortlniMl prtiw to gwitllnw. It mn.v kwn them h )uMK)ti tlmt criticism in nil HuhL but peraemtion nml hIhum prove to hu n lKKmiernnif, mr hiicIi it alionltl he. talferty in nil Hunt and will continue to make koou, n t houjf i it i h toirether likely ha will not receive any credit for irood work by the Portland I roan. Council Proceedings Owing to the fact that sovorai of the city HadH wore curving on tlio difiereiu election hoards. council morely met and adjourn ed Tuesday evening to convene Thursday evening. Willi the exception of Council man valentine, all members sur roun...

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. — 8 November 1912

4 ft H W SPECIAL! SPECIAL! On Rockers and Morris Chairs This is without a doubt the very best ltockcr value this city has over known. Do not mm this opportunity to get one at a greatly reduced price, SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY Good Solid Oak Rockers that are worth from $5.50 to $8.50 Your Choice $5 Wc have a complete line of High Chairs Youth's Chairs Child's Rockers Sewing Rockers and Reception Chairs Nfl r Morris Chairs that are comfort able and substantial From $3.50 to $10.00 Christmas Goods on display next week (JfFiiSHER A small payment HOME 'FURNISHERS will hold the 50-03 JERSEY sr. article Local News. i Fine stationery. From 25 cts. up. Currin says bo. Mrs. B. A. Churchill, who has been quito ill, is rapidly recover ing, which her friends will note with pleasure. The autumn leaves are red and pink! We see them everywhere, I The modest trees now blush to think , , Their limbs will soon bo bare. The Knights of Pythias held an open meeting last Fiday eve ning, which doveloped into ...

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. — 8 November 1912

1 Will Start Store men Ihpt vlLJdMwwMl iSwtnnrti mm w4Hwg U MM 1 far jit in 4mfclfl wh f fty I nm in I Ami whIwiMp4 I Mm. mm Va WWwWI W Wild IC Iw is Mv4 ilPtte tlMM tl KVWM HUM, hr H ill Mtow tdr rrii'nrff. An) cnmnralifm Ulwto will to ih trawMr to iakw. To fiiilvlrMM mvmrp Dim will m m thi Hum In fltanor that tfuM in imp-MMiM ml Hodr Uw Hltl tm at Ittww UV !Wvilk RydMn. THo ir fiilfcimnt I W TirllHifiriN mm mart which m m ImIm wMhr wlik Uita fw m wwnwiwutm r ii t tw iiMriwrttxti. I mr Um imimater is not tmi maun fnr ymi Mia mr ta mi Tt Mtowth m oririnal kli . i k tu kvw. u lu WW wnmm i PffwwM who mv proWrm. C.ir im h StiwRr HMMMMMMln IIH Worn lite ti i ll Himmwi. WMlaltntlr Mm Sara I MMrfaW Block munUinir mwl mHom mrmc to th wd fun tt wr govrnmmi, nnd mm omrriwal UmI r continuation of (Mflwrtrittl and financial randl UM M Utry rxixt UmIu wimiM mm! jvwvlrr. (10 IShiM JMlh slrrttfC lVlTt IMfHl, ()lT(IMt To wIkhm il inmjt coiiuwn: I hnvr known Frank Itonvfllu ami 0h ODVwtr SyH fur Ui...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
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