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I'M DAY NOVItMIIKK 17.1005
A l.l. SHOULD IIIU.P.
JfOW that theie in an opHr
Utility to add 11 meti(iK)litim feature
to thin city in the utiy of nuiuhur-
iltg Mil IKMMC4 (Hill htlftillUSft plllCCft
the dlixemi Ahouhl promptly aid in
the mutter -particularly where the
eot in so miiki It without liwdtntioii.
'I'.he ntyle of tiiiitilvrs used, with
the black Imckgrotiud, gives nn
aristocratic nir to the feiitnre.
Itvury pluec is to hear a utimlcr
which need not he changed when
new buildings tire erected and the
.systoiii will he of a nature Hint will
facilitate the location of any dwell
ing or store without trouble.
An ordinance just passed makes
this numbering compulsory yet
no progressive mail will even wait
forthe publication of thai ordinance
To icipihe several trips by the man
doing the work should le iiuuecess
ary and one call should be sufli-
eienl. I lurry the work -get
houses numbered and then let
every man remember his number
and sticet. Sometime this city will
ask for fiec postal delivery and
the woik already done will aid in
having the leipicM granted: be
ciiusc no city may nave Mee delivery
until all place of business and
residence are nuuilteied and the
streets ate placarded.
Proud Of J'omcnlr.
A A Jehimu wat a proud man
I lavt Monday when an old war
omradp T K llilk now of Ah
land tuesemcd him one of the
toHVetitr wcdaU Mtit to Oram!
Army Veteran through omutcy of
a Cotarndtt mall Mr. Slmttu.
The medal i a large one, fully
three inches across, made of copr
and handsomely ornamented
I'jxin otic Mtlc i idinwn a pretty
1 view of Pike's I 'oak, while uton
the obverse is the wording
j "In honor of the brave men who
I victoriously defended the Union on
I land niul .sen during the war of the
Mr. Johuvm enlisted in Com
pany I, uth Illinois Infantry, and
scrvcil from September, 'fir, to
July, '65. Mr
Manager Culler Admit! Cart
Crowded And Will Rclloc
All OPEN LETTER.
Tuesday afternoon a committee
from the Hast Side Improvement
Asvicatioti met with Manager Hurl-
bctt, of the () Y. P railway, and
with Manager Fuller, of the Con
solidated the object Iwing to sec
if arbitration cotthl not secure Setter
accommodations for .suburban s
scngcrs. At the office of the O. Y. I', but
little satisfaction was obtained as
the plea of luck of owcr was one
which could not !e dented by the
CH Uniclnccr nxplalm Why He'll
Oppose Willamette RUcr Uraul.
The contract for Hurlitigton 1'Ucc
calls for bank gmel like that on
Jersey street. Tnc contractor have
asketl the city council of Saint John
to allow thetu (the contractors) to
use Willamette tner gravel. Said
Willamette river gravel will never
Inrl' it ultl l a ' mil fill 1 1 a I ttdlitll' I
stone," and mihI or bank gravel
will have to Ik used nn the same as
a top and intcrstiving tlressiug.
The very worst feature of said
Willamette river gravel is that it
has lutd in the said river !cd and
each hollow and nil of the sides of
said individual gravel have !ecomc
the homes of teeming millions of
micro-organism-, from the sewers of
the city of Portland and the Willam
ette river vnllcy.
Thus the Willamette river is
I Furniture !j
committee. Mr. Hurlbcrt, how-
Hills, who brought ever, lclievetl that by next May,
to Mr. Johnson, when the new tKjwer plant will le
enlisted ns n dniuimer in the same completed at Cnmlcro, his road
Company hut is now department- will lie inn condition to liettcr serve
commander of this northwest, The the public,
ineilnl, Mr. Johnson says, is beyond Mr. Puller, of the Consolidated,
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mi viiiiii-, (iiiii win mhiii nave me wns most coniiiw in ins reception 01 , i,,.i,, ,, , , til...
projr Inscription engraveil u,k, it. the committee, lie was frank . in ? .i,3 " " 1 ' " Tl
imparting the information sought, ...i,,. " " ..i , ,i,
s;,,joKSi,r,si,,u,"bly ,,IKm iSsTfcnSs
(nuu L , llutu LtlJt I ill have "if you don't inter
hTJXnliZrnLl , Li l nntl 8loi till, tmvcrirty on san
L i . r , nL, S itnr' science'' nnd health by clean,
I ,,b?l,t ruJ, , l , M, ' .sanitary streets, nnd the interference
sS $ ? Vi W ,T, n lu-l ' of health-escinlly
. 1 t L , i1,,11'1- f "Vvheii the dry season sets in nnd the
ency. Here is the way we check I . y
what each car and tt t 1 i. 1 .
IJiilurnishcd I louse
for rent. Pour rooms and bath. W.
C. Adams, contractor, two doors
If you have not visited our
store ask your nelKlibors
about tir bargains in
E. O. MAGOON.
Next In The Ilaretwood.
Faulk & Merrill
I Ins U'ttcr-llox Now.
Postmistress Clark has placed a
drop-letter box at the door of the
postoffice in order that those who
fear to mix with the crowd may
not be obliged to go Inside. The
box, bytheway, is made of sort of a
combination of woods. The door
is of chestnut and came from
Massachusetts; the body of the box
is of redwood from California;
while Connecticut furnished the
oak for the back.
This reminds one of the little girl
who said "Pather was born in
Montana, mother was born in Ken
tucky, and I was born in Maine:
what seems funny to me is how in
the world we three ever got together!"
Coal, Hay, Grain,
U I I.I. Ileney make good what
he asset ttil piior to the election
about Kuef mid Sehiuit,? Or will
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miui in uve wiiiii ue .san 1 111 ills
ante-election sjieech, that Ileney
committed a minder in Arizona in
,ii . .
1 ueie aie many assertions made
in the heat of any campaign which
fanner moous would desire to te
tract: nut .seldom aie matters
nil lied quite as far as both Ileney
I II ...... I. I .1 w . . '
nun unci piisncti nielli. 11 tuese
men knew so much of each other it
is time that both went befoic the
gland jiii y.
It must lie confessed, however,
mat Ileney seems to have the le.st
of it all and the one txiiut of his
leeeut pioscaitious beats much
weight with his standing. Yet
theie should lie a showdown be-
etiliMf (teople me lutcieMcd ill as-
ciMlaining how much solid umltei
lliciu wax in the asset lions.
Til It I VI NT..
I hen? is no state in Ametici
whoe school fund is so itipidly in
miMing as it is in Minnesota.
Indeed, so swiftly is the n1incip.1l
in me 1 it nt 1 glowing mat it is
neatly iuiHisiiible to use the in
The funnels of the state eon
stitutiou paid too little attention to
the section icgaiding school lauds
iHtiuikc tin y stiptilatetl that the
fiiiul must fou-ver Ik? pteservitl
inviolate' and at that time the
value of the lauds belonging to the
schools hud not k-en tlcterminctl.
The fund is now neatly twenty
tuilliouN of dollats and is iucieasiug
about one million a year. Hach
year the iuctease Ixroiues greater
anil iithkle of ten uhiis it is
liguust that theie will be mote
than fifty million dollars in the
If in immediate need of lime,
cement, sash, doors, builders' hard
wate or woimI or coal for fuel
call up Kast 297. Otders left at
Donnelly's Market quickly filled by
us. i he Peninsula Peed and Puel
company win sun you ami is re-
up nnd show
each trailer carries upon every
trip," and Mr. Puller brought out
the check-sheets to show the loads.
"These are for n few days in the
latter part of October the later
ones not being ready."
"The people of St. Johns have
no kick, Mr. Puller, iik)ii the pre
sent service lietween ten and two,"
snid Mr. Thorudyke. "Hut from
two o'clock to seven it is thought
by those whose business culls them
to and from St. Johns that the ser
vice is inadequate. It is trite that
we have two lymlntile cars in the
morning, and two at night: hut the
uooiiioii 01 niiotuer 111 each case
.seems almost necessary to reliev
it. . . .
me congested travel. Mom am
auer seven 111 the evening a 30
minute service is plenty. Is it not
a inci utni nisi autiday your cars
were so crowded that you were
forced to run on the old schedule?'
Mr. Puller admitted this. When
told of loads of over 100 load
running as high on one car as 135
ami even up to 104 he tlcclaret
mill sucli conditions were exceed
ingly bail and would be righted as
Johns a hospital in each home.
Why should Portland contractors
be allowed to work their nefarious
schemes 11 pon t'c city of Saint Johns
nnd our own contractors be held to
the letter of their specifications?
William W. Goodrich,
Piinlt, Oils and Building Materials
Phone East 713
Unlvartlty Park, Ortgon
Heller Look Out.
Housewives should have a care
how they purchase goods of itiner
ant fakirs. A fellow bus been
pushing about near here selling
tint. MiMMit y j, uun ulti, inn mi 1 "1.1 ti 1 . . " . ,
worms and bad omens, mid aboiit l"' ,,s ''lc Me.llt"lca
as liealthful us .1 .l.inl- r.t,.nr,..,t . V"" in.-cim un.s were
i'liL-se lionw tv,.r,. .1,1 ,. ,. "tun ami would soon be
reaoy. '-uoii'i raise your extKcta
rrni..il.n.tii.l...i i.miiu. ..I....- iu,....i.t "oiih 100 iiiuii. xiioiiKii," lie ndded.
because them uns ,. Kuvti... J"" "III IIIIVC llllt IWO Of
. ItllMVik tilt 4llllirk.' IIOilKt Mil tl...
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goiHls is to l,uy of reliable .lealersr" f B.
who advertise in reliable journals. . . . "'. '"' ",,u
--'-n i:umi pvl'
vice and wi- villi ntvn It ti tln.1,1 "
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iiiaiiKsgivuig nay is drawing continued Mr. Puller. "That
near. .Send in your orders for loealitv has urmni v n- nml.ti,. 1...1
what bakers' eoods you reouire
and we will fill and deliver them.
The Hostou Home Hakery, Jersey
At .Methodist Church.
Kev. V. Young, pastor.
Set vices next .Sunday;
Sunday school at ten o'clock-
Mis. C. I?. Thurston, .stiiierinten-
Pleaching at eleven.
Kev I). I,. Under, editor of the
Pacific Christian Advocate, will
conduct the moruiin: service.
Class mectitiL' at noon.
Kpworth League at six-thirty,
l-'ollovving the eveuinir servkv
Kev, David l.cppcrt, one of the
giesttest evangelical singers, will
sing "The Lost Ship."
we thought after the fair there
would lie a falling off. This does
not seem to be the ease. Yottr
committee may rest assured that we
will tlo our utmost to aid them in
building up all of the suburban
community niul I am pleased that
Tint Kuvntw is sure that Mr.
Puller menus what he says and
that as quickly as invisible a new
time-card will be issued. So far ns
consistent with the patronage the
service win he bettered - and the
company will strive to avoid the
overloads which have been the rule
for .several weeks. Mr. Puller
states that above sixty jsisseuger is
more than should Ik? carried on the
big cars while on the trailers 50'
would lie considered normal: and he
will do what he can to aid St.
Johns in advertising nn efficient
enr-service for all prosjiective
IP nothing but the fouith of
Match will satisfy the very ethical
for iuaugtmition tiny why not biiug
the picftldetit out heie to Otegon to
go thtough the ceiemouy? We'll
guaiantee the latgest gnthetiug
evei seen 011 me mane coast.
IN the assembly of theCongtegu
tioii.il chinch of America, gatheted
at Columbus, Ohio, it was empha
tically decided not to ucvept any
contnbutions front those who .se
emed the money by giaft. They
have decided to accept no "tainted
A teliable mctlicine nnd oiu
that should alwavs lie kent in the
home for immediate use is Cham,
bet Iain's Cough Remedy. It will
pieveut tne attaci: it given as soon The Ladies Aid Society of the
as the child Ir-coiiics hoarse, or Congregational church will give a
even after the croupy cough chicken pie dinner during the after
apivais. Por sale by Jackson's noon ami evening of Pridav. Nov.
Peninsula Peed nnd fuel Company
will sell for ensh in University Pnrk
and Portsmouth: Hrati, 60c per
sack; shorts, 80c per sack; clover
hay, 50c jer 100 pounds.
We have the only dry wood on
the Peninsula and are sole agents
KOCK Sl'KlNOS, KOSI.YN,
Khnton, Nhw Casti.k,
If others sell you these coals in
this territory they cannot deliver
the goods; they must substitute an
inferior coal. PitoNit Mast 397.
Orders may lie left at Donnelly's
.Market, bt. Johns
1 en acres of good laud suitable
font home; near railroad station
and bout lauding, 13 miles north of
fair grounds. Por particulars write
or call 011 A. U. I'olkenberg, I.iuu-
Haptist services will lie
the Advcutist church
morning tit eleven and
evening tit seven-thirty.
"Peter's Denial of Christ."
"A Quartette of Wonders."
All are cordially invited tonttend
Ii. A. Lhonakd, Pastor.
Should be looked
after nt frequent intervals. If
neglected you tire doing it nn
injustice and it doesn't give
the watch n show. Cleaning it
is one of our speciulties. Reg
ulating is free, of course.
Wilson, the Jeweler,
Tacoina St., St. Johns, Ore.
The clllcin of St. Jnhim to know- we
have a milk route la thW citv. Pare
milk delivered at yuur door fur fi a
nioatii. Ailililloiml quart nt c.
ORDERS POR BUTTERMILK
Taken Tliurnduy nail Saturday, de
livered I'rlilny and .Monday: 10c a
gnlloa. Sriul order to
O, ll. ULlO, St. John. Orrjon
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Wc shall handle
only the finest of
HI llrothrr Died.
John Kilkenny, one of Montana's
earliest miner aud projcctor, died
in I.01 Angeles. California, Novem
Kt 9 white he went a few weeks
ngo seeking health.
He has been out of health for ten
1x1rs. but. for the last six mouths,
disease had made inroads upon hit
constitution which death nt last re
Deceased was born lit Mount
i Pleasant, Iowa, July l J, i$57 n,'
later moved with Ins parents to
Council HlulTs, Iowa.
When quite young he started
i west nnd took up n homestead,
where now .stands the city of Mnn-
dan, South Dakota. It was just nt
l the beginning of the gold excite
' mcnt in the Hlack Hills, nnd he,
with many others, left their home
.steniU to look for gold.
I He prosjweted nnd milled there
for some time nnd then went to
llutte City, Montana, when that
. mining camp consisted of less than
1 a dozen houses.
Mr. Kilkenny was the original
discoverer of many of the best mines
, in the vicinity of Httttc.
I The Inst four years he followed
i the milling business at I.andore,
' Idaho, but on account of failing
health he moved, with his family,
to Saint Johns, Inst April.
Deceased wns married in Httttc,
Montana, October 3, 1882, to Miss
liinma Hryant anil leaves n wife
nnd seven children.
Other immediate relatives are his
mother, Mrs. Hotiorn Kilkenny,
and brother, M. Ii. Kilkenny, of
Saint Johns; Hernnrd Kilkenny, of
Northampton, Connecticut, and
Mrs. C. W. Waterman, of Omaha,
Nebraska, brother and sister.
Ptincrn! services were held this
morning nt ten o'clock from Dunn
ing's funeral parlors, uud the body
placed in Columbia cemetery.
ST. JOHNS WORK
ST. JOHNS peopLE
Shop Second Door West
ST. JOHNS, - . ORHOON
big, corner Third"
9. Ilrtctlcn nntM.
.1. . .
AN OFFICIAL D1RGCT0RV
S. H. GREENE
DR. L. G. HOLLAND,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Residence and onim. r .
Tacotim and HnJ g. I'l.onc Scott l,
Goodrich & Goodrich,
Snlnl Jolin and Portland, Ortjo.
Card Of Thanks.
We wish to thank the ninny
friends and neighbors who aided us
during our recent bereavement by
their kindness mid sympathy.
llicy came wlten their presence Prccdnmu Illock,
was a messing 10 us -ami made our
loss seem more easily borne.
Mr. and Mks. C. P. Jknison.
Local or Kcncnjl naathctc, (J.
JinliiUtcretl if dcilrcd,
Dr. MARV MacUCHUN
l'h)l(lan and Silicon.
Office liour: o to n m
IV.v"' .c,,l,lclc. 'l"ne Scott W
Olliec Phone Union Cyot. Ofi
over milott' drug .tore. Rtil'.
dence St. Joluii Hotel.
Dry Dock Notes.
The Kuphrosyne, a sailing ves
sel, entered the Port of Portland t rv
dock, November fifteen, in the
morning. She was covered with Dr. 0. VV. ROSSITOR
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KVDKK Co KM ANY.
1 (r. . . .1
iiki iimir 111 r.iiioin J(M
torc. Phone, Union 4061. Rol.
ocncc oit jonn direct, fintiloor tooth
S 1 , . ui "mime rcmncnce. wont.
jut L.oca urist st'Ji.
and our patrons
le sure of leiug
isfied in every
Pull line of all
Meat Market Sundries
John Meehan, a fifteen.year-old
toy, is ticait at Pacitic Urove, Cab
forma, from a broken spine.
ootball. He was nlavinir "htilf-
ack" and now he has no back.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
The Misses Titus gnvc n
party on Thursday evening.
Wc carry a full line of everything
in the feed business. PofT & Carey.
Carter, the foot-wear man, has n
new sign. It is the work of Carnenfor
Tnlbott. the new slLMi.n;it.,t,.r carpenter
Miss Sarah Cowels, from Cnston,
Oregon, has been visiting lur
sister, Mrs. I?. 11. Hanna, for two
Smoke u St. Johns cigar
cigar 011 the market the
Illock, next doer
I he formal opening of the IJvan.
gelical chape! ut Ockley Green will
take place on the first Sunday of
C. K. Seeker, foreman of Tiik
Krvikw printery, 1ms keen ser
iously ill all this week. If this
issue is late, that's why.
If you want to make your liens
lay try some of that irround bone
I'lustcrcn, Hrick Mawni ind Ct-
unit witiifuction uaniiitcctl. itrfcr
to editor of this Mcr. jjj Wij.
UmUtrect, University 1'nrk. I'bot
lestioc : ' "
nun n . .iiins. i-xi'wi-ss
IIAKKr LVLI'.S, lrfbM
Goods delivered, crated or en
crnted, In city or Portland. II
mio a tjiecialty. Leave ordm
nt lllckner't. Phone Union 69
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
Chicken Pie Dinner.
UKP.S TO II A VP. IT.
ever occur to von tlmt
the man who mows auerv when be
is usked to juy in advance for his
MilKsciiptHin is the soit of
who insists on not
luetic carlaie until he tets to the
end of his uder
Respected Citizen Dead.
P'ollowiug a long illness Augus
tus Abiahitm !Iurllert diet! at his
home at seven-thirty Tuesday
mot nine, Novetnlier u Ilrieht's
diease and other complications
having worn him out.
Deeeasetl was a valiant member of
the O. A. K., and was 66 years of
age. He left a wife, a daughter,
and thrw sous PMward. lesse nnd
I.. D. Hurlliert to inourii his
lfuuernl se-rvices with old soldier's
honors were held from the under
taking looms of Wicker & Hlack
btini at one o'clock yesterday after
noon and the remains taken to
cniDer 24. u win tie given in
Woodman hall from five to nine
o'clock. Don't fortiet the date.
Ivveryliody should go,
Ortler of exercises at the
gelical church for next week :
Sunday school ut 10 a. 111,
Preaching it a. in.
Junior K. I.. C. K. 3:10 n.
Mrs. McVicker, superintendent.
rK-iuor n. u, u. ii. 6:0 p. m.
Senium 7:30 p. 111.
Wetlue-Mlay 7:30 p. in.: Choir
Thur.Mlay 7:80 p. in.: Prayer
We extend a personal invitation
to each cituen of St. Johua to par
ticiiute in and enjoy the services as
aiiuotincetl. K. K. McVickkk.
Smith & Hoover
Next door to PMmondsou's
JKRSP.V STRHKT. ST. IOHsin,m s,le t Po & Carey's.
A score of acquaintances gave D.
Houses For PentIWtH,,1f,ny eve,,l,,K' Wewre
UUUOW 1 UI Vc"l "'any from out of the city-am! all
I tlflfl n iita.....! .!
, .., j.Jtu.iui iime.
THE EASTERN HOME
J. S. CAIN, Proprietor.
Meals by the day or week. Boud.
per weeK, w.oo.
. . Ortf
services nre ltiifr i,am
in the P.vangelical church each
evening at seveti-thirty. Rev. A.
w inter is an interesting
""'"i aiieaKer wiinm
House Mover and Rtfslm
Houses moved. raUetl and re
paired. Otld jobs of all kioii.
Prompt service, retonatile tUtp
Ivanlioc and Catlin streets.
Saint Johns ... Off
ST. JOHNS, OREGON
New Harness and Saddlery Store
if you want a house cau. o.v uk profitable and beneficial to hear.
I At the card
Royal Neighbors last eveninR the
number present was ,mt vCct..
, because of various other eutertain-181' Johus
iraeeoevotssoej m ine city. Those who at-
cjnjn a very pleasant time.
Rev. Daniel Rader, who was an-
Z'!. Xot at the Methodist
church last Sunday was utiavoid-
"nnea at another point. He
will be here without fail on t,?c
P. W. HINMAN
Chlcajo Roomlnj Kouw.
Good rooms from fi a V r
Corner Chieagoand IvanhoettwU
I have opened new stivk of
Harness, Strap-Work and Saddlery Hardware
Whips and Sundries, together with a reuvr shop,
and koihIs will tie on the "honor" plan. Lowest
W. E. SWENGEL
Tacoma Street, Rear of St. Johns t inUUO
Sash and Door Company's Of ice, u 1 1 JUnnO
P.. All work
vest cosh prices.
f W. A. STORR 1
Uqvjcsoqsj artistic Cvjcooo?
Orders can be left at Couch's tore
MRS. N. McCANN
Clothing cleantsl, pressed
mended with care and prowf
Indies' clothes a specialty.
Old l'ostoffice Iluildme
'ItllOUt fail nn l.!cl
r. .".5 "naay--aua will be worth
. Itl a uriTiiriinCB M
in . Mwwi- mic a too
" :, ""oc street that he
Sfc",P.h PrjJe every time he
uvui 11. e is a
1 j- . .
special Attention Oiven to All n..t "c l! a an con-
.:v". :.r 10 Kve tmsdis-
lou ea alwtri d.n.n.i
r waa lus cnoicttl
IraBsrter aad Wholesale D)
28B ywriMi simt. rwui
Insure with the PenitiMila Hank.
S;te Your .Money
litifini. t...lc ni 1.M 1..
w. ... mail 1 . 1 1 , , , . - -
giving up his iHC0"-ad Puniitttre Store, next
he eets to the I " SttSM u.n,l l?.iW.r. Comiuny, Jersey
Mreei. a mil line of house fur
nishings at half price.
Dtvs-Ncrs from f$ oo
Couimode.s $2 $a
1 1 iu ivin a (11
. 5OC tO 3 OO
Carjvt per yard .'. t5c
Matting jvr yard 10c
All otdeis for dry wood and co.il
left at Douuelly'siuaiket will nveive
prompt attention ami each ciiMomer 1 i,itin-!
will get exactly what they order. ! r, , r.c
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. Wyleua Thorudyke and
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St. Johns Brick and Tile Co. I
8t Johm Market
at. joints. OKSOON
Anb: THOMPSON AND Mt-VURS STREETS
PHONE SCOTT 6997 ST. JOHNS, OREGON
MRS. L. SLOAN-DICKSON
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mill nt K
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patrons. Hair cutting
Agents for vJttt Coast LauBTj
At This Office.
F, J. CARTER
BOOTS AND iHOES REPAIR
Shop next door to Anderon!2
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on Tacoma street. Oive me
MISS AMY B. ROWLAND
..ia,KL(t.IOR ON PIANO
JOc per Lesson
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a W. OVERSTREET,
1671 Portsmouth Av
enue, t'niversity 1 Saint Johns