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ST. Johns review
m Should Patronize
Advertise in The Review
Its circulation is genu,
hie mill it covers tile
field. Its Ijcltcr tlinu
n ilnily in the field.
IT WILL REPAY YOU
The Home I'apcr. It
Sin. helping St.John.
TnJ tlils means a better
city H ya work wUh
HE ST. JOHNS KfcVltW
Devoted to the Interests of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of tho Northwest
ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, NOVKMHUR 10, 1905.
REVIEW DID IT,
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A GOOD RULE
To follow in buying Lumber is to watch the grade and
delivery as well as the price. By courteous treatment,
well-assorted stock and prompt delivery we aim to please
Acme Lumber Company
Not Enough Business To Keep
Portland pajxirs which asserted
so much business wns to bo tran
sacted at the council meet Inst Mon
day evening were ioor prophets:
the horrible time thev prophesied
did not materialize.
The cottcil was called to order bv
.Mayor King and nit members of
the council Were present. Pre
paratory steps nre 10 e nt once
taken for the grading nnd side
walking of John street from Jersey
to Modoc streets.
Several pertinent' communica
tions were received from Citv
Iingtncer W. V. Goodrich. These
Stnrtcd Investigation That Results
In General Health.
Some time ago when much sick
ness wns spreading through
University a corresiwtulcnt of Tun
RKVtitw "stirred up things" by
stating that the disease was largely
augmented by foul back yards and
outnouscs wlitclt needed purifying.
borne of our readers at first
tlioiii'lit thin ii "ili'iut" nt tin.
nitinitv but later saw that it
merely the truth mid grew less
digiinnt. The more conservati
saw that the article was along the J
same lines Tint Ritvtitw had ad-
opted to secure the purifying of J
like snots in St. lohtis. ntnl mm.
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n-nuniiiin nutvi ;iiiiitivcuiciii.s iiiv.im.ii n nci unity mill investigate. 1
which have been mentioned in this The result was as the corrcsoie ; $
paper together with a suggestion dent of this paper hail stated and
that the city should ixvure a steam ' work of purification commenced,
roller for use on streets. This 'Outhouses were cleaned or removed
should not be put on the gravel to new sites -debris cleared nud
until the surfnee hhd been oiled. 'burned and work of that sort
One of the council suggesting that ! progressed nicely. The result has
just at present the .fcity was not I lcen very pleasing to all the f
ranking In the millitmirc class ! citizens. No new cases of illness
it was decided that ill present the have been known, and those who ,
matter would have tojbe dropjicd. (had been sick gained rapidly'
Permission was asked to use the 1 towards health. 1
Micw dock ns an unloading place for! Ih) much care cituiol be ex
gravel to be used oil Philadelphia erclsed regarding excietions from
'street. It is desired to bring the I the sick-room of a fever or dlph-
here by it sdiw and load therla patient and the greatest
I precaution jwssible should be
taken that no seepage even in a
I year to come shall pass from the
vault to where drinking water Is ;
obtained. Nor can too much care
be taken in any community to J!
, preveui tne acciimulatiou
1 tubbish or trash of any kind.
! The fight which Tint Kitv
St. Johns Park
Lots 50x1 06 ft.
With a 1 6-foot Alley back
of each lot.
the wiigond thus avoid-
L I ing a long haul. The council gave
3 I lKirinisslon if the contractors would
agree not to over-load' the dock and
would be resionsiile for ;ill
lingiueer's report! on Gresham
and Harriet streets was adopted -and
projer work wll at once com-
took up was well'iueanl and
i uiciicc. 4
I The fact that two streets In the
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Ivuy ill v.- 11111111.11 V.UIIIU IMOIIgllll
out it little discussion. One of!
them is to ln lniiiiisl. Swum.
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twiva tiniiiw it I'WHVJ illlU
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r- uouuciiinnu MiicKrii suggested ' , .
"Vaughn." It was) figured that 1 Traffic Increases Hut Tlnieaml
the latter was loo hfflvy mid too ' Shows Hnekwnrd Tendency.
democratic lor tne sticct Iieuce it
: $5 Down and $5 per month jj
SASH DOORS MILLWORK
WE CARRY ODD SASH IN STOCK
St. Johns "H."
ST. JOHNS SASH AND DOOR CO.
HONE SCOTT 4063 JERSEY STREET
Hardware, Tinware, Plumbing
Tin Roofs, Gutters, etc.
Phone Scott 4065
ST. JWNS, to
Dray and Baggage Lina
Piano Moving a Specialty.
Leave orders at Ulackburu's Furniture
tore anil they will receive prompt
"For Rent" and "For
cards for sale at this office.
will probably be call J)ewey.
j Upon motion (jfilMr. llrice,
j seconded by Mr. Shield., an ordin-
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iiiiwc win lie presented ordering
that all places of business and
residences shall hi numbered
within thirty days from the passage
of this ordinance. This will be
done on the "block .system" each
block being n separate hundred by
itself. In this way the location of
any party can be easily determined.
Street signs are also to be placed at
Council adjourned to Moudav I
evening, Novemlier 13, tence ami
These lots are located tin Jersey street, thn
iroin car mie ami
(lalncd A Sou.
For several mouths St. Johns
has enjoyed a car service which
was not to !c sneered at.
While thefcchcdulu was ainnlejitil'
, first. However, the city lias out
grown the service even when the
cars were supplemented by large
trailers. The city has grown so
nillifltt tllfll i.t'i.n ..fir ..firrlt.c tic 4'
full limit while theinajoiity carry
twice the number of passengers for $
which the car was built. On one 1!
recent evenimr tr id tne motor car
carried 135 passengers and (lie
trailer io., it total of 39 assngers
or about 140 above the capacity,
Hut now the service has la-cu
cut down I As if the aim of the
car company was to do as much
harm as iHssilile to the
Near the Great Weyerhauser Mill Site.
Don't pay 5350 and S.joo for building lots only too
feet deep, and without alleys, when yon can net extra
sized lots with i6-foot alleys, all hih and level, and in
tlie'best locality in bt.
I. el ns snow yon
precincts tue schedule lias Deeu le
duced from 55 cars a day to .6
and (his will result in more
crowded cars, fewer sitting niton
nud more tired
. Johns for $200 r.nd upwards.
this property. We can sell only
the first fifty lots at these prices. This is done to ad
vertise the property. When these are sold prices will
advance 25 per cent.
Within one year, when the great Weyerhauser mill
is in operation, these lots will he worth double the pres
St. Johns Land Co
Considerable unpleasant comment
has been engendered by the mar
riage of H. Ii. Woods, aged 38, to
una alum., who is, iter mother u.at nrm.tiiwi
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uiiu iieiuiiixji.s nay, miner 14 years ,,,(U,lm,,K
ot age, i ne cerinoiiy was per-. r ir.. ,,f n,i,it,,.r ..r.. r,,r iaiiiiiiiii:iii::i:iiiii:j iiiiiiiiiiii.iii.
loniied ly Kev. l, J'.. MeVicker tnl.r..iviVi imffif. 11
at the child's home nt the desire of n iu.n,.,.,. i ...nri-,ur ...mii.tc i... .,
Inverse ratio: the greater the imt-
St. JollllS I'l'one Union 3HM OrCOIl
Hratich Office and Agx'iicy on the (Iroiiiul.
the father Chatles ShulU.
I;rom all accounts the case is a
sad one. Judge J. W. Hanks re-
fused to ierform the ceremony
when he learned of the condition of
the child and Marshal Hanks
went to the house where the
ceremony was aliout to go 011 nud
explained that any marriage of that
sort was a travesty upon all
rouage the lewer the cars. It
knows it holds the whiphaud
just as the O. W. I'. company has
the bulge 011 the residents along its
Citieus all along the line should
use nil influence to have a 15
ininute service established lie-,
cause the patronage will warrant
marriage vows. Mr. MeVicker !s
states that he jerfornied the cere-1 A missed enr now menus a unit
mony under protest so rejuirts 0f a ,ulfhour and this bum her-
. vice means the crovvdini; of everv
Possibly, all things considered, cnr
the marriage was the better
out: although it is a question if f,ve cars-each of them beiiiL' ten
the child-wife realizes all that It feel i,1(,er than the cars now used
means. Mr. hhultz says that he for this line. The present cats
figures he can Mipjiort the girl nud , win )e , on tlle Woodlawu run
her husband: and if he enn do Hint , when the new nm-s nn hmifilli.,!
nil may le well for a time. The km ti.t u:ii I1..1,, ,.,,,ti..r i.m
Do not forget we carry a full Hue of
Men's, Ladles' and Children's Underwear
at right prices. Phone Union d()66.
COUCH & CO
matter is now in the hands, so it is
reported, of the district attorney.
The well-known Portsmouth
grocery, Keynolds, Uotson cc Com
pany, is now conducted upon co
operative lines their old em
ployees, John .Schaler and I'A
having nu interest 111 the
trifle if it does nt all. What St
Johns run needs is the addition of
these cars to what are already 011.
The Jiast Side Improvement
Association, which met Tuesday
evening, took decided stejis along
this line. It not only adopted res
olutions decrying the lack of cars
but npiKjiuted n committee to
confer with the company nud see if
the morning and evening service
J. J. KADDERLY
Of all Kinds.
Sole Agent for
firm. The loys and their friends , cannot lie bettered.
o r ftfttlmci'iCti fW'fr tlif tif,ii 1ro1 'Pit frt1trtnitwr ritttn!ttw
U valvV.7tUW w nv WVM W144tt , MV lUIIUnillU WtlllIIVfcV tiu.i
We are glad to see business men apiiointed : W, I,. Thorndyke, St. t
reward faithful, energetic workers Johns; I). M. Doiiaugh, Sellwood; J
t Universal Stoves and Ranges
in this manner and there is no j Dr. A. W. Moore, Mount Tabor;
doubt this firm will largely increase
its already prostwrous business by
this generosity. People like the
J. T. Gregg, Woodlawu: Council
man F. S. IJennet't, Fast Ankeny.
Do not fail to sue the Universal
Steel Range before purchasing
141-143 Firtl Slreel, Odd Fellows Building, Portland. Oregon.
Phone Main 1382 ;
Keep Your F.ye On St. Johns. 1 J
St. Johns Is Growing Nicely,