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Cayton's monthly. (Seattle, Wash.) 1921-1921, February 01, 1921, Image 13

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( ) AY rr C) N\S MO N TIIL V
"Here is a man" that the voters of, Seattle would do them
selves proud to nominate and elect to the city council at the com
ing municipal election because he is always on the square and on
the level. Th 3 editor of this publication has known John Bushell
in a business way for upwards of thirty years and has always found
him in his associations with his fellow citizens frank and fair, and
as we speak of him so, in our opinion, will the multiplied thousands
of others, who have done business with him the thirty-one years of
his business career in Seattle. John Bushell always spoke truth
fully and dealers have purchased thousands of dollars worth of goods
because he put his O. K. on them and none of them were neither de
ceived or disappointed. Already indications point to him being one
of the six nominees for the councilmanic election and if nominated
his multiplied thousands of voting fri mis in Sea'tie feel absolute
ly certain of his overwhelming eloction. And we close this brief
comment of him as we begun "here is a man" that will be a member
of the next city council of the city of Seattle.

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