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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns review. — 17 January 1913

LI?? mn mi m M of fife THE GOLD BOND TRADING STAMPS TRAM'S IHMF. 2 n 11 "Mil 1 $m COLD TIUM-4t-V1t m COLD WWI cold vwn A.l.-.l W. oxmaiosl ttiivi pisn wBS IBSr TCI eoui trtt m M 0OlDftOl ass? Our Stores Adopted the Gold Bond Trad- t ing Stamps because IT. VJ 111 the Trading Stamp issue is like many other things in business. STYLE for instance: something gets into the air and people demand style. The Trading Stamp craze is in the air. People are demanding them. We adopted the Gold Bond Stamps because when a book is filled there is no question as to the value of what you get. It is sim ply $2.00 in cold Money to You m 00141 UTT.J.I And, again, no matter where you get your book or your stamps you cash them at our store when the book is filled just as you would cash a check. To get your prize for other stamps you must go to Portland, thus taking you on a trip you do not like and taking popularity and business from your home store. fVion if vnnr linmp Dmfrmst. "Butcher. Theatre. Milliner...

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 January 1913

ST. JOHNS ST. JOHNS Has leven churches. Has a most promiiing future. Distinctively a manufacturing city Adjoins the city of Portland. Has neatly 6,000 population. Has a public library. Taxable property, f4,500.000. Has largo dry docks, saw mills Woolen millt, iron works, Stove works, asbestos factory, Ship building plant, Veneer and excelsior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Box factory, and others. More Induttries coming. St. Johns Is the place for YOU. Is second in number of Industries, la leve ill in population. Can to Portland every 20 niin. Hat navigable water on 3 side. Hat finest Rat and electricity. Hat two strong banks. Hat five large school houset. Has abundance ofjpurett water. Has. hard surface streets. Has extensive sewerage system! Has fine, modern brick city hall. Has payroll off 95.000 monthly. Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight. All railroads have access to it. Is gateway to Portland harbor. Climate Ideal'and.healthful. REVIEW Devoted to tbe Interest of the Peninsula,...

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 January 1913

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW BY A. W. MARKLE Punllshod Every Friday At 117 West Uurllncton Street. Tint RHVIKW Is entered nt post office In Saint Johns, Oregon, ns mnll Matter of the second class under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879, Offlcltl Nwpper of tbs City of 8t Jehns. Subscription prleo $1.00 par year. Some exceptions have been ta ken to the comment made on At torney Perkins' article in last week's Review concerning Wil lamette boulevard, and it has even been chawed that wo have favored those contenders for a 100 foot street. This is a mis take. We have favored a 100 foot street no more than wc have favored an 80 foot street in the Uoview. In fact, there are sov oral reanons why wo would be in- clinod to the latter more than the former, provided it was m con cord with the records. The comment last week was based itiion the nrciiumntinn that Mr. Perkins stated the simple facts in the case without exaggeration. If ho erred, as some would have us believe, the comment neces sarily ...

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 January 1913

NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY IF YOU NEED A PIECE OF FURNITURE Do not wait until the last week as our stock is 'fast being diminished. Everything is on sale at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES BECAUSE: We are absolutely Going Out of Business February 28, 1913 Quartered Oak Table (Like Cut) 6-f t. Extension. Has 9 cas tors and is just as solid when extended as when closed. Regular value $32.00, now only $23.50. Specials $1.00 Alarm Clocks C5c 1.25 Potts Sad Irons 80c 2.50 Rayo Lamps $2,00 1.25 Roasters - 85c 2.50 Patent Iron ing Board 1,75 1.40 Boiler - 90c 1.00 Tub - -' - 65c 1.25 Clothes Bars 85c 6.75 Iron Crib - 5.50 n $20.00 Tapestry Rug for $13.95 home FURNISHERS 501-03 JERSEY ST. wmmmmw a m a - m a ajbh m a m srm i,..ilnB7f11 Solid Onk Combination Book Cnsc and Writing Desk (Like Cut) Rcgulnr 22.50, only $18.00 30c Matting only 20c per yard Local News. Get an electric bead treatment or massage nt Gilmorc's Hnrbcr Shop. Did you ever try those LAXA COLD TABLETS for that cold nnd GR...

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. — 24 January 1913

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29th During the process of taking over an other store and getting used to the addition al burden, our m COLO hCt& HAM I 1 weanesoav w has been neglected for several months. HERE ARE SOME OF THE CLOSING OUT BAR GAINS OF SEASON END GOODS Children's Dresses $ .50 Drosses, Wednesday Special $ .38 '( 52 73 98 1.17 1.43 II Shoes Amoskeog Ginghams 12 l-2c grade, Special 10c American Prints, regular Gc and 7c grade, Special 5c A long line of House Dresses and a moderate stock of Ki monas, long and short. New goods arc on the way; we need space for them and money to pay for them. Ladies' Dresses $1.00 Dresses, Wednesday Special $ .73 1.25 " " " 98 100 pairs of Ladies' Lace Shoes, per pair .$1.39 100 pairs of Childrons' Lace Shoos, per pair 99 Those shoes are lace shoes that stay on our shelves because of "Stylo." The button shoe stylo is in the air. Wo have thorn at regular prices, but the lace shoes are quality shoes; LACIi tells the story. 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 1.19 1.4...

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. — 31 January 1913

H'r.e Seel,,, 1 n ST. JOHNS It tecoml In numWi of Induitrlei. I eve lh In population. Car to Portland evtry 20 min. Ilai navigable water on 3 (Idea. Hat (inett gai and electricity. I lai two alrong banVa. Ha live large achool hollies. Hut abundance oUputeit water. Hai hard aurface atrerta. Haa exteniire leweraae ayttem. Haa fine, modern brick city ball. Haa payroll off 95.000 monthly. Ship monthly 2,000 cart freight. All rallroada have acceai to it. It gateway to Portland harbor. Climate Ideal and healthful. ST. JOHNS Hat teren thurchea. Hat a mnt promiting future. Distinctively manufacturing city Adjoint the city ef Portland. I lat nearly 6,000 population. Haa public library. Tatabfc property, f -(,500.000. Hat large dry docVt, taw millt Woolen millt, iron worla. Stove workt, atbetts factory, Ship building plant, Veneer and exceliior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, tloz factory, and othert. Mote induttriet coming. St. Johna It the place for YOU. ST. JOHNS REVIEW Dtroted (o tb iBie...

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. — 31 January 1913

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DY K W. MARKLE PMIfeed Krcrr trldr . At m Will llurtlDRtnn BtrcH. Tmt hvtttv to Mrtctwl m mt MKce 1 hi MM JnkM. Ongam, m nmll mHer I el we mid iwmw m4t tWe Act l 0w. ; WHILE ytsu PROSPER MNfotHirMONEY r MMt Htt9trr r u oitr r u jim. Subscription prlr $1.00 par ynr, TTTrTir im i a Many young mn of today nro miMinff n elegant owrtunlly to bmome indeiMndent nni mun offttftum of Uif future. 'Hi ay erwrwi their money in ft oireluM JMtiner, Mtve little or nothing mm think only of hnvimr n moou time. As they become older tho twni inir htttlt Jm hecn moou Utetl into their system to such nti extent that to Mtve in muni dUllcult. So they drift alonir, working ft little and unending as much MB they earn. I'inally they Iwgin to rench old ko when work is difficult to accomplish ami, Ixicttusu of their two, htird to secure. Then they beirin to rail at and condemn the country for not milking provision for thorn, or giving thi'in easy labor at high wages. Instead of con damning...

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. — 31 January 1913

1 V 2 SPECIAL on PARLOR FURNITURE Never before has St. Johns had an opportunity to buy furniture at such REDUCED PRICES. Three .Piece Mahogany Parlor Suites $30 Suite only '$22.00 KITCHEN A Good 2nd Hand Range $16.00 ! Local News. Born to Mr. und Mrs. Leon Bowser, a boy, on Tuesday night Jan. 28. Emma Schlickeiser of Wilson ville.Oregon, wns a guest of Mrs. J; J. Pntton, Tuesday. Mrs. D. Ellis Young of Klam ath Falls is a guest ol her cousin, Mrs. P. W. Valentino, this week. You do not want cheap work, but you do want good work cheap. Seo G. W. Overatrect,v 811 S. Jersey. You mav not uso much medi cine, but when you do you want the best. Uetter get it at UUK IUNS FOR DRUGS. No resident will bo served with frco mail delivery until hoi provides a suitable mail rccenta-' cle. E.T.Bushnell, Acting First Assistant Postmaster General. : Methodist Episcopal Church,' Leavitt and Hajes. 11 A. M. Footprints of the saints. 7:30 Faith and works insenarauie. Sunday School 10 a, m., Epworth Leagu...

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. — 31 January 1913

OOIO tOD loots mb IllUK-OtUWl I 1 GREAT FOUR DAYS i i i t ! fc ?.y. Iff I H o u se Cleaning cold mo ii...: :;j Sale Beginning WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5th and continuing through SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8th Before putting the men to work knlsominiug, painting and varnishing, we arc going to offer our patrons a large number of things at greatly reduced prices. Spring stocks are coming in and will remain in the packing cases until the cleaning is finished. Last Wednesday's sale started something and it is our plan to continue the Wednesday Specials, but in order- to move things for the painters, wc will sell many of the Winter left-overs at actual cost. Bed Clothing Savers OOIO 04 ritf ml !.j.oo lllnnkcls $3-19 3.50 " 2.89 3oo " 2.38 2.75 " .....2.29 2.30 1.98 2.00 " 1.72 i-io " 1.13 1.50 CoinfortcrH 1.12 OlD HMD m 0OL tTCTST Ginghams Percales All tlio A V C Giii)lintiiH wc carry ovur will lie 10c )crynnl 15c l'crcaliw, yiml wide .12c ia)c Percales, ytirtl wide . . , . 10c 100 Porcnlos, 29 inche...

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. — 7 February 1913

ST. JOHNS Has seven churches. Has n most promising future. Distinctively a manufacturing city Adjoins the city of Portland. Has nearly 6,000 population. Has a public library. Taxable property, M500.000. Has large dry docks, sow mills Woolen mills, iron works, Stove works, asbestos factory, Ship building plant, Veneer nnd excelsior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Box factory, and others. More industries coming. St. Johns is the place for YOU. ST. JOHNS REVIEW Devoted to the Interests of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest VOL. 8 ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7. NO. 13 Another New Theatre Mothers' Responsibility Building Permits Express Individuality High School Notes Council Proceedings Status of Water Question ST. JOHNS li iccond in number of Industrie!. Is teve th in population. Com to Portland every 20 min. Mat navigable wnter on 3 (ides. Has finest Ras nnd electricity. Ha; two strong banks. Has five large school houses. Has abundance of Jpurest water. ...

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. — 7 February 1913

Extraordinary Announcement of Splendid Interest all House wives of St. Johns, Oregon There have always been an abundance of good reasons for patronizing COUCH & CO. That requires no argument. Couch'fe Co. have always endeavored to do the right thing at the right time. Not only have We been close students of the market giving patrons every advantage in the way of style, quality, price and discounts, but in many other ways we have conserved the interests of our patrons. For a number of years we have been watching and carefully investigating thevarious methods of profit-sharingspecial inducements for CASH business, with a view to adopting that method which would insure the greatest possible benefit to the customer. These investigations convinced us that the SPERRY & HUTCHINSON GREEN TRADING STAMP SYSTEM is in every way superior to all other sim ilar plans. Undoubtedly the Premium Way is the only way the Premiums given for the "S. & H." GREEN TRAD ING STAMPS are not only Bet...

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. — 7 February 1913

NOTICE 0Fr FIRST MEETING OF EQUAL RIGHTS CO., INC. Notice is hereby given to stock holders of the Equal Rights Coth- pnny, inc.. tlmt sixty per cent of the capital stock of said Com pany has been subscribed for. and in accordance with the laws of the State of Oregon a first meeting of said stockholders cancel lor Saturday evening. March eighth. (8th) 1913, at the hour of seven thirty (7.30) P. M. to take place at the Woodman Hall, on Burlington' street near Ivan hoe street, in the city of St. gon, for the purpose of electing directors ot the said Company, completing the organization thereof, and transacting other necessary business. This notice to be published weekly in tno at. Johns Review, n newspaper of general circula tion within said county, for period of thirty days prior to said meeting, in accordance with the laws of said State. The first puplication hereof shall be Fri day, Febniary 7th. 1913. By order of the undersigned corporators of said Equal Rights Company. William Wal...

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. — 7 February 1913

1 ' A jr. - . t A ; t ' , ' t & , J i - INDIAN TROPHY SHOW IS BEST HISTORICAL COLLECTION, MADE BY WOMAN AMONG EIGHTEEN TRIBES, AT COLISEUM, CHICAGO Tlio land trimw nt t ho Coltwum, Chiaign liikd tlio mrntcut inillvldiml colloctlou of licAcIed-buckBktn wcnrliiK oppnrol In tlio world. 'J'liLi inrludNl lihUiricnl war drww worn liy Old SI-Yeh, Lltllo riiimp, dLitlnRuUhcd warrtora of tlio Hlftckfcct 'Vxlbo in Glacier National I'ark. Tbo exhibit, which formed n rictur caijuo part of tlio OIncler National park booth, la tlio proporty of Mr. Alnrgarot Carborry of ltlaokfoot, Mont. Mra. Carberry dovotoil twolvo years of hor llfo in tlio UnltoJ Btntoa Indian sorvlco ns a school toachor, Bho linn boon twenty-two years Knthorlng tlio 2,344 mrtloloa of Jndlun woarlng ni parol, evry ploco of which has boon worn by on Indian. Trading Woman, as sho Is known among tlio Indians, mado her colloc Uon nmonc olehtoon tribes In Now Moxlco, Arlronu. Nobraska,' Wyomlne anu .vioniaim. a no nas mo gam ana...

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. — 7 February 1913

THE REASON WHY You can get a bargain on the piece of furniture you want, is because WE ARE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Wc have fifty different patterns of dressers orf display ranging from $4.00 to $40.00, and a cut price on the class of Dresser you want. All we ask is that when comparing prices compare Quality also. 3x6 Rugs Regular $5.00 Only $3.50 Local News. i Brass 25 per cent discount on Beds. Cnlef Bros. Mrs.Annn Bersch is having an addition attached to Iter residence on tho corner of Buchanan and Jorsoy streets. You do not want choap work, , but you do want good work ; cheap. Seo G. W. Ovcrstrect, 311 S. Jersoy. j You may not use much mod li-i c ,t f , on d t. uino. but whon you. j you want t lfh t, oll bu8,nC88 nnd KLnmipf ; our advice is free to you. CUH- RINS 1' OR DRUGS. R1NS F0R DUUGS, ,,TMn1?n1UffrnkaS! For Rcnt-7 room house on 1 ghtful danco in "io nk lust , 8tr00t closo in S10 ner Thursday evening The i at end- J "trert, ffiQjw ance was largo and tho event ful-l,, nt 710 B...

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. — 7 February 1913

Surprise Their Pastor Last Tuesday night February 4th some of the young people of the Baptist church gave their pastor a little birthday surprise by gathering at his home about. 8:30 p.m. and making things live ly for him. Games were player and refrenhments were served, and best of all was that five or'six young men endeavored to prove tojottr pastor that he was surely 30 yoars old. Some of them hat clubs with them, and all enjoyot a good time leaving about 11.30 p. til. Those present were Mrs, John Shaw, Air. Lewis Sim- nion, Mr. and Mrs. William Ford, Mr. and Mrs.'Uussell Dick ie, Mr. and Mrs. Harry York, Mr. Harry Kawson. Misses E. and M. Simmons, Miss'Myrtle Dickie Miss Anna Maher Miss Althea Toole, Miss Ethel Hutchinson, Mini A Hi lie Shaw, Miss Hctilali Benin, Miss Lucinda Davis, Messrs. Lewis Kellihor, Frank Grow, Vernon Jewson, Johnston Cheney, Leslie Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Waultke said they wore glad we came, and they gave us the invitation to come again, x ORDINANCE NO. 529 CA...

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. — 14 February 1913

"'rJ8.I Socle,,. ST. JOHNS I itcond In number of Industrie!. Is teve th in population. Can to Portland every 20 min. Hat navigable water on 3 side. Hai fineit gat and electricity. I las two strong bank. Ha five large school house. Ha abundance oF purest water. Ha hard surface streets. Ha extensive aewerage system. Ha fine, modern brick city hall. Ha payroll of J95.OO0 monthly. Ship monthly 2,000 car freight. All railroad have access to it. I gateway to Portland harbor. Climate ideal .and healthful. ST. JOHNS M smn church. H a moat promising future. Distinctively a manufacturing til Adjoin the city of PortfeM. Mat nearly 6.000 populaliem, Hm a public library. TattabM property, JM .500.000, Ht large dry dock, taw Wilk woolen mill, iron work. Stove works, xtbesto fsetery, Slilp building plant, VatMor and escslalor plaK Plottr mill, planing mill, Ux factory, and other. Nfore Industrie coming. St. John is the placa for YOU ST. JOHNS REVIEW Devoted to tbe Intereiti ot the Peninsula, the M...

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. — 14 February 1913

THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW DY A. W. MARKLE Published Evory Frldny At 117 West Ilurllngton Street. Tint ItttVUtw Is entered nt post office In Snlnt Johns, Oregon, B9 mull umtter of the second clftM under the Act ol Con FEBRUARY SAVINGS gress of March 3, 1879, Offlclll Ntwipiper of the Oltr of Bt. lehni. Subiorlptlon price $1,00 par year. Mayor A. A. Muck, four coun cilmen, city recorder, city engi neer and ye editor made a close i .: r 11.- !.... 1.:.. .,. inspection in uiu vmioua niuua of hard surface streets in Port land and vicinitv on Wednesday. The entire day was devoted to the cause, and as a result they have familiarized themselves with the kinds that should prove the best for St. Johns, and are now in a position to act intelli gently when hard suriace im provement is petitioned for in St. Johns. It was a lesson in hard surfacing that should prove valuable. About 75 miles were covered on the trip. Strickland 'Gillilan at the High School auditorium last evening concluded the Lyceum c...

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. — 14 February 1913

DO YOU KNOW That a fool can make money, but that it takes a wise man to save it? Now is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to be WISE And look into the future and see what you will need in the furniture line this Spring as everything is reduced because we have only 1 3 Days in which to Close Out Our Entire Stock cjk LULU We have a very complete line of Iron and Brass Beds and if you need one you will save from 25 to 40 per cent by buying now. DO YOU KNOW That we are giving 15 per cent discount on the ST. JOHNS RANGE This range is guaranteed absolutely for 10 years. From $31 to $50 KM We have a large number of remnants of linoleum that have to be sold re gardless of cost. It Costs You Nothing to get Our Prices 25c Curtain Scrim for 15c per yard homeIfURNISHERS 501-03 JERSEY sr. $4.00 Oil Heater only $3.00 ii J- Local News. 25 per cent discount on Brass Beds. Calef Bros. Miss Margaret Rassi lias been on tho sick list this week. Miss Pearl Reed spent Sunday with her friends in St. Johns. For. Rent Stric...

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. — 14 February 1913

Enjoy a Banquet Last Tuesday nitrht. Fob. 11th. the Younjjr Men's Baraca class of the Baptist church gave their first great banquet in honor of the first six new members. They now have nineteen in roll, of which twelve were present at the most delicious spread ol "eats" that was ever served in this city. It was most too irood for kings, but nothing is too good for the Baracas. Eats, eats, all kinds of good, rich eatsl The menu wns as follows: Old time vegetable soup and crackers, egg and potato salads, olives, baked beans, sweet pick las, ham sandwiches, celery and choose, Imperial coffee with whipped cream, peach pudding with whipped cream dressing, and lots of it; and last, but not least, the class toasts and the buet of fruit punch to go with it. Those present wore Kcv. Wae hlto, William Ford, Harry Haw son, Hazlet Smith, Lewis Sim mons, Lewis Kelihcr, Russell Dickey, LeRoy Crouchloy, Frank Grow, Vernon .lonson, Richie Smith and Leslie Wood. Now wo are going to give an other banq...

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. — 21 February 1913

Is second in number of Industries. I leve th in population. Can to Poitland every 20 min. Hat navigable water on 3 sides. Hai finest gas and electricity. Has two strong banks. Has five large school houses. Has abundance of purest water. Has hard surface streets. -Has extensive sewerage system. Has fine, modern brick city halL Has payroll off 95.000 monthly. Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight. All railroads have access to it. Is gateway to Portland harbor. Climate ideal and healthful. St. Johns is Calling You ST. JOHNS REVIEW Has seven churches. Has a most promising future. Distinctively o manufacturing city Adjoins the city of Portland. Has nearly 6,000 population. Has a public library. Taxable property, 4,500.000. Has large dry docks, saw mills Woolen mills, iron works, Stove works, asbestos factory, Ship building plant, Veneer and excelsior plant, Flour mill, planing mill, Box factory, and others. More industries coming. St. Johns is the place for YOU. Devoted to (he Intertill of (h...

Publication Title: St. Johns Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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