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THE ST JOHNS REVIEW
Publlahed Etery Frld7
I1V MAKKI.K & lIVHIU.Itlt.
Tint Ukvikw is entered nt post ofTice
In Snint Johns. Oreiron. ns .mill tnntter
ol the second clnss under the Act of Con
gress of March 3, 1879.
Alt sJt ertlstnir bill pa-ilie first of ch
Ailt trllilne rates. 11.00 tier Inch per month.
All communltstloti should tit sddreiiied to
Tbe Renew, m. Johns, Oregon,
Job I'rlntlnir etecuted In flnl clsm iti.
Ullli (or Job Printing caih on delivery.
Official Newijuper of the City of St. Johnt.
Phono Enst 6IOG.
flubicrlpllon rt, (1,00 per ear In idrsnee.
FRIDAY, KKHRUARY 1908,
A column of editorials Imvc been
crowded out this week by other
inntters. The ferry the tock-
cnislier street improvement the
fireboys' appropriation all of these
questions we wished to review, but
there is nnothcr week coining.
1'leasc note the communication
of tile library committee in another
coin in and contribute as liberally as
your conscience will permit. Mrs,
I'arker is the rlirlit person for sec
retary and librarian, is ever faithful
Kcuial, accommodating, ready to
tiive advice and help to all patrons
and deserves the best we have.
When C. W Hodsou Mated that
he would not vote for any man who
signed .Statement No, 1, he showed
that he was honest, and that he is
not KiiK to do that which would
rctmirc him to vote for 11 Democrat
for United States .Senator. His
objections to .Statement No. 1 aie
legitimate mid merits the considerat
ion of every Republican in the State
of Oregon. Now is the time to put
a stop to his business, John Shut
We thought iiio.t intelligent men
had outgrown the idea that a man
simply because lie was a candidate
of his party must be voted for by
every member of that parly. This
is one of the most pernicious prin
ciples ever advocated by any politi
cal party and is responsible for more
rottenness in polities than any other.
Statement No, 1 is a wise measure
and the man who would break It is
either a political fraud or as many
times a blinkety-blaukfool as Ilcinlzl
Wu have done lots of howling I
about our iKiople uoiiu: over to
Portland to do their trading- We
expect to do more alone: the same
line because we don't think it is
the riuht thinir for our people to
do, particulatly when they can do L to ,scc,, w,je ,,e elides they
as well at home. We ate i;lml to art. MI).)0Sl., to work auainst are
see unit 111c iiiuiiiaiu, jlmcrow lraK; kc)l clVcy euaKed every mom-
limit sales outfit have lilted and clll ()f ,IC lilllCi Then they com-
"Hewed. It is funny how many ..j,,!,, jt is ,, ,IM! lo lry. The
of our people et buncoed by such rcnsoll jH Ciis. , finl "cold feel."
K:oplc. heie isoue thliu; our ,ffcieiiee to the fulute environ
city council litis been deicliet in ieuts of our childien and children's
ami mat is tne pasMiKcoi Midi r-1 cliililrcu:
(nuances as would niiiKe 11 eNten
Building Permits Issued. ORDINANCE NO. 163
other conveniences and necessaries as
st tne notices
do such other
CARLSON & COMPANY
DEALERS IN CARPETS AND FURNITURE
Opening Day, Saturday, 15th
A Silk Floss Sofa Cushion 16x16
Given Free to each of the first
twelve Ladies visiting our store
We have now in stock as large a variety
of CHAIRS and MATTRESSES as can
be found in any Portland retail house
Our Goods will continue to ar
rive for the next THIRTY DAYS
Compare our Prices with
ANY FIRM ANYWHERE
WATCH US GROW WITH ST. JOHNS
No. it to H. S. Hewitt to erect
la residence on lot 7, block 4 Grimes I An
audition fronting on Silas street
between Cedar Park and Portland
boulevard, $1300. This makes
three of these residences Mr. Hew
itt has erected within the past two
I or three years in this vicinity.
One he has sold, the other he still
has and is putting the finishing
touches on and this otic he is now
erecting. He will soon have n
town of his own nt this rate. Of
course he would want it annexed
I to Portland, though.
No. 12. To A. C. Gaines to
erect a residence 011 lot 13, block
1 2 Barton's addition fronting on
Brunswick bctwccti Nicklin and
and Fcsscnden $1000.
No. 13. To Hamilton Fletcher
to erect residence on lots 3 and 4
Ordinance (0 Provide for
Special Election, Appoint
Judges and Clerks Therefor,
Designate Polling Places and
may be required and to tiost the notice
provn.eu ntui (to such
y law provided.
Passed the council Feb. 11, 1908.
acts as b
Approved I'cb. II. IcoS.
K. C. Couch,
A. M. Ksson,
Published in the St. Johns Review Feb.
Directing Publication and Post- ORDINANCE NO. 161
ine of Nodes, to Alter the
Boundaries of the Municipal
Corporation of the City of St.
Johns, and Include New Terri
The City of St. Johns docs ordain as fol
That, whereas, on the loth day of
I'lOiriinrv. tnrtH. tliprp tvn Tiled III the
l.1..t. ti. .l. !!.!.. t ...!.... I ,'.!. . ' 1 !... l4
uiu.iv j, miucia uuuiuun iiuiuiii i oiiicc 01 mc rccorucr ui saw cur ui
gned oy 1:
r..i ...t D..11. . .. than one fifth of tl.e aunllhcil elector
..u xuik Olivia, piyw. , .. , . , , ,nlll.eItM1l
XNO. 14. 10 Li, II. 31111111 10 Ctl rnrtinrnnt. Iiirnrivirnlril mill rrUlltlt' I tm. .'... -f c. ti.. .i ...l-l..
large residence 0.1 the west half of umleV the laws ot the State of Oregon, """foMowa' '
An Ordinance Assessing the Cost of
I m pro Ing Polk Street from
Willamette Boulevard to the
North l.lnc of St. Johns Heights
Addition, in the City of St.
Johns, mid Directing an Entry
of Fiich Assessment in the
Docket of City Liens.
lot 2, block 5, Oak Park addition
fronting on Thompson street be
tween Stewart and Gilbert streets,
as shown by the vote cast at the last
municipal election h.ld therein, re
questing that the mayor and council of
said city 01 St. Johns institute proceed
lncs and can a sticciai election as pro
vldcd by chapter one M of title twenty
seven fj7l of Uclllimcr & Cotton's An
notated Codes and Statutes of Oregon,
the General Law of the State of Oregon
The Council of the City of St. Johns
having ascertained the cost of Improving
Polk street from Willamette lloulevard
to the north line of St. Johns Heights
addition, In the City of St. Johns, as
shown by resolution of Council of record
and date January list, 100S, and notice
thereof having been p,ulill!
St. Johns Review, n weekly
thereof having been published in the
the said city of Jst. . ' eIrclltIoii miblfshcd at St.
) consecutive weeks
31, toos, both dates
To Our Patrons.
All laundry must be accented ,! ,1,-Cinr(Pr nf
when delivered or it will be taken Johns, to alter the boundaries of the ?0,"MfV. L Tw.0 (J
back to laundry and delivered when municipal corjiorotlou of the said city Jf !.-,,,. ,.
the driver gathers again. No pack- n, K'.ueon1'1 lCVlg U,c
age done for less than 10 cents, electors of said muulcl ui corporation .r.c. ?, 1 , C KJ.." ifi,.e. -RniJ"l?
Scud a dozen pieces of fiat work as and to the electors residing in the tcrri
we do not prorate.
West Coast Laundry.
tory promscd to be annexed to sucli
coriMjrntlon and become a part thereof,
which said alteration of the said loiiiid-
arlcs and new territory to be included is
described as follows, to-wit:
'Ilcglnnlng at the north caU comer
section one 111 T a one III None
W Will Mcr, thence cast to center
legal posting of notices of such street
Improvement as shown by affidavit of
City Hngiuccron file with the Recorder
no remonstrance having been filed
and as provided by resolution of Jan.
21, iqoS;aud the sum of five hundred dol
lars ($500.00! being City Engineer's pre
liminary estimate of the cost, but to be
more accurately determined by the City
liiiginccr. The tunc within which said
. . . A.. (
111c 11111111 ciinniipi n 1 1110 111 inn 1 " ....
IV You wnt to buy. rent, sell or ex. Slmml.. l.r,. P.tK. followl..., tnprovcmcni is 10 uc comp ctc( is here
1 . n',.i.... ii. 1 i . i.J "1.. -i. J.: ..." v.P... .." y nxed at sixty nays irom the last tmi
"T """ '" " ccmcru 11c nia iiiciiaii nci io in uh rml f nl- nr nmmu. (nr ul.l
....... t iuai 11111; ui iiiu ijtiiaiiti 111111 oiuiiiu 1 ...i.f.i. 1 i.
C-rwl. and Rug xyeavlng-I.eavc or- Lffi ffi C " with the Recor ler of ..Id City by March
tiers with Mrs.
erly along said Hue to the Intersection
01 me north
i-i acre tract
Portland & Seattle Ry. Co., thence south
iid line to the intersection . 0 . , Ovloc(. . '
TotVuFlZ the 3,foCrlTlt Vhercby onlered
L?L eS" ' fiX U "t 5 be linprovcdaciordlngly,
Scaled bids will be received until March easterly along said Uric to the most east- , "1 ',," !.?.. h...- ,
IS. for lots 1, 4, 5 and 6. block 30, James erly corner thereof, thence south wester- , ! 1 'i?iV ,S tlVilf. V,
John Jd addition to St. Johns. Or.;rlghts y along the easterly line or said tract ft' " '.' "''''"tVJ lil
reserved to re cct any or nil bids. Trus- tS a point 150 feet north from the north ' L 'l.I Ji cril rlrrltln,7, t..
To Rcut-A front room, nicely funi-1 ' 1 " ' '. "' "1"'" ImU for making said improvements.
Ished. electric IMit. stove iMth.'rca.ou. ' . " . V and said sum, as estimated by the City
able. 112 8 Plllmorc, st. opposite Rose "i, Z 'f" " V ' " ... 0 Ht.glnecr m cost thereof, or such su.it
n1 - " .V" . 1 itt llmll niinlli ! fivi-il mill tln(frtii(nol
.i-.f 1... . .....11. i,..i..i.. w. ...!.. ... y - I'.ngluccr not
. .. ....... v..v.... .. 1 8Um I, l,.nbv
...... . n . ' ' 1 .iraitMii cninsi. m mo wpkipriv .nip iiiii i . . .
iwiiuwcxxi iouri. w. b. i-inric. jj-c v . . . ....
City hotel. t.i-p
Corded wood on the ground, fj.jo.
uccr not exceeding said
sum, is hereby assessed to the lots, parts
01 101s aui. tracts 11. i.teir several propor-
of. h1'' .''w.n,!.locn,L'' '"" Mtions as provided bv charter 'in 'the
Woon ran SALH-Having purchaK.I tM"' ,, ,,'.1, , ,i acMtncnt district of said Polk street
the wood yard of J. C.crJell, I nm ffc " " lC.V,V.!;0,i,," "l,' '' .Wm-niette lloulevard. to the
1 ! i: il '.' Jo" Heights ad
prctNtrcd to deliver wood to any twirt
1st. Johns on short notice. Dry and
green wood, by the cord or 10 Inches In
length. All orders left at the yard will
. Johns He
HnZlof tl City of St. join... In
11 i 7. Vii.. ;L...:v "? resiiecnvc aim
sive for such institutions to do
bushiest, here. There is (mother
thing that does not look good iiinl
that is for our tropic here to go
over town lor lnborers mid ineihiiii
les in prufeieiiec to tilling men
here in St. Johns. We have been
told that this is being done. Of
course n ttit.ti bus a right to go
where he ileuses to gut workmen
just the Mime us he has to do his
trading, but it dots look much bet
ter, and it will ii nve much mote
buuedclul lit the end to get both
workmen and all our necessities
hure at home, for every dollar we
spend heie helps to make the town
bigger mid butler, while every dol
lar wo send over to Portland robs
St. Johns just to that extent.
What is the matter with the file
wilyrs. the Tammany tigers, the
socialists, the anarchists, the good
government advocates who congre
gated in the city hall about a
mouth ago to clean up the political
stabler of St. Johns?
It is about the way with the
American iniople in general. Thev
gut an idea, and they tear up the
fittuie of St. Johns.
as to the
receive prompt attention. J. A. Powell,
it. ... wear.
Rcbcknlis Have a Good Time.
Two of a Kind.
Matried at the home of the
bilde's parents, 517 Oswego street,
Wednesday evening, Conrad Kuip
The Uebeckah lodge of St. Johns
held a most enjoyable session last
At first the Itchcckas were a bit
afraid they were going to be hand
ed 11 lemon, as at the oH.-iiiug hour
there were but few present besides
the officers. The regular routine
business was hurried through with,
four of the llyerlec tribe were ad
mitted by card, three in person and
one by proxy. Then the lodge
closed in due form and the doors
were thrown ohmi to the visitors,
ttllfi tlritl ftcu fnt MMimtirvtiritt
"then gave asplenpid in.icrso..atloii PrODOSalS for StrCCt WOrK
t KrvLritru cMtmir n linn iilil-.lt I
brought down the house. Miss
I'erriue then told the people how
she stopped with a team on the O
K. S: N. track-
out the maxim
ing sign, and
Scaled proposals will be received at
the office of the Recorder of the City of
north westerly following the center of
the main channel of said river to a point
which Is interacted bv n westerly ex
tension in a straight course 01 tne norm
UiiH.ltnilliii.nlTMn.iNril V tl'
..,,,., ,,M,jr .WIIVitJ A. Willi ,
thence cast along said extension and
said line to the O. R. & N. R. R. rluht
of way, thence custcrly along the north
westerly line of said right of way to a
.r. ... ...... . -. . - .,
which is ii.tcrK-ctcii oy
pecllvc amounts to be hereafter
determined and assessed to said lots,
parts of lots, and tracts ns being sjiec
ially benefitted by said street Improve
ments, heretofore declared and now
designated us all the loti, parts of lots and
parcels of land within a lit.
feet from the outside
boundary of To one fil N one fil W on
i s - - r - .
k while she spelled "'. "K0,". " -Mnrch 3. ""Zltiri Ltl l
11 nnlntiil nn lti,.rtn 4 0 C,0ck '"" for ,1,c lProvcmci.t of tWII 01 C I, thct.CC CI
II paltitet 01 the cross- Vok slrcJt from Willamette lloulevard of begh"! ig.'r
what a lively getaway to the north line of St. Johns Heights 'n y-wtt J "PI
11 the engine Struck addition in the manner provided by Or- petition Is In all things
imagine her para- dhmncc No. 161, subject to the pro- accordance with the )laws
i.ij nj.,1,, ;, u. i.-,,., !,.. ....... I visions 01 ti.ecuancr ana oru nances 01 1 i"""-", , ny, n
bohc Uight, it must have been very lhc city of St. Johns, and the plans, farther appears that such alteration of
graceful. specifications and estimates of the city - luinlHrIc of the municipal corpor-
Kl ami .Miss Plossie Ilauiiiiiii ; Kev. " ,. " , " V 1 treckled-laced.red-lieaded kid, and
Young, officiating. The young ,rtl ,,, , , ,w,,ru V "B ,M I lie did It in a way that captured
,K'oplH.ave u.ui.y friends in St f1 " . ' ' l. ,l! iu,L; ,,r(kccrj the house. This was so good that
John who will join with us in wish " ' " s.,a,u,1 );iUl ,,cr,,wk. 10 ,c ciies of "try the other foot," "big
lug then, a long and happy life. 'ft, 1 k' , c , U, .,,W"K 1 ,u foot," "C. C. I.'oote." which last
Manied at the home of the ?'&,. jl ZH Clam
" .."V W"V' w" Chowder I'oote. and when he
'I lit iu vt mil nit flu tinfirda ttnc I ?ni'liietr 1111 file.
Master loote who was just about a rictly hi acconlancc " li iiVl!ht7u
f.mt lil..li mwl tnt,l id,. ..rrll,l irl..lu wl,u printed blanks which will tw fur- "J tictltloi.cd Is for the best In
1001 lllgll 1111(1 101(1 tile lerrlOle trials ..i.i.iV,, .,,,.ii.n, i , ,!: ,i.lof all concerned, now therefore.
f . 1 1 rx 1 iii-iiii vii iiiiinilUII H. sllh VIMVVi J IMV I . ( ' ' , ,
01 nieximiier ousiaiiiine loucs, a
11II011 of the said city of St. Johns and
line of each side
of said Polk street between the termi
nals heretofore mentioned. And this
ustcM.ucnt district shall be known and
called ".not Improvement District
The Recorder Is hereby directed to
enter at the proper time the said assess
ment uerciiy mane in tne Docket 01 city
liens, and cui.se notice to be published
as provided by the City Charter.
i-asscii tut council I'cu, 11, 1909.
Approved I'cb. 11, 1908.
K. C. Couch.
Attest : Mayor.
A. M. KssoN,
Published In the St. Johns Review I'eb.
i.ri,i..c ,, i...i,ic 1,... ij..i. r.. . :.. . : '"." :. tjnowder i'oote. and wiieti lie saw
......v ....... v., , 1 v..rsl... i...rk Alii 1111. in liirt. nil .. . ' .
9. John Kaillbo Cooper and Miss over Portlun 1 until tlmris 1 ''' was 110 let lip, tile past grand per cent of the oggregate prosals. and to the electors residing In the terri
Mabel Mayes: Kev. Johnson of the . , ""J L" ,V,r.; , nl of Laurel lodge 186 gracefully res- The right to relcct any and nil bids 07 propose. I by the aforesaid petition
,1 ' , 1 1 1 y .1 least 150 Jiersous present. 1 mi,i,,i ...in, nfiru Xt ... Is hereby reserved. to be annexed to wid irtx)rat on, the
Christian cl.nrch oll.ciat.l.g. The T A Wi I)ai.llIKirt orKniml W V,1', f,1, Co? J8," f llyoJerol d.e City Council. M city of St. Johns, ind become
home was beautifully decorated ilL.r L.l)lirl ...1.1. 'pol, Mo,,,,!,,,.. c Oregon, brother Colfyn then gave ' A. M. RSSON. l"r thereof, the said proposition of
wlllt evergieens and in one comer 1 r(i ci, M ' liKtln. Tin. nrt vli. " S0,'K' Aunl Oeralma'H sticking Recorderof the City of St. Johns, altering the Iwundaries of the muulclpat
of the p..or was at, altar of the Ko JZiS 23??
filled with hosts of friends and rel- u , 1 b v 11 ";aud Urother Coffyn sang "Long, ft And notice of such special election shall
i.tlvesof the viniiiir ik?otilL. who . . .. . . H , , , 1 I Long Ago." Then Weary Willie II J be given by publication in a newspajK-r
,1.1 5 11 cheek like a schoolgirl with her iWenivnVt KZ J II of general circulation In the said city of
,,lll,.?'Svil fii-t iK-au. Ui.on..or gave him . f. ,tT" W. f. ( lOflSPV II St. John, and in M.ch territory so W
...i""'"j hi miiuuiu nv nuuiii imi . . iiu&eii 10 oe annexeii ill b iviimt 1. .mil.
a happy and piospvtous life,
to warm up to the work and the
unfortunates were trotted in as reg
ularly as in Judge Cameron's court
in Portland, with as great a variety
of charges. There was the dtidtue
There was an old-fashioned can with the man's collar and shirt-
ground for a few days and declare dy pull given at the home of Mr. waist Idled and starched; there was
Old Fashioned Candy Pull.
they will convert the world. A
few weeks and their ardor all oozes
out at their finger tips and they
(bitten out into (lie old nits and
lotteiiuesii taukles in every avenue
of business and political life.
have thought it of Mrs. Davenport
lor sue lias a very charmlug person
ality and one would judge her ikxs-
sessed of a loveable temperament.
We are obliged to think that her
household treasure, Weary Willie,
slandered her 111 tils number.
Mrs. McKiuiiey told her first ex-
lernnfT tf Hi- llli. ,.f Kl Int.... I TllC C tV Of St. IOIIIIS llOCS Ordalll IIS
Mltl Iiiii.rovumciiti tmut lie comnlctctl on 0!!9W:
r lisfi-irsO) siIvIl iiiii. ft-ritM ti,. i...t ....i.ii.l That a sneclul election be. and the
odlon of notice for P"""l-tor M NO. 162
No projiosals or bids will be considered hou ' t9J o'clock in the forenoon
uniew uccou.iai.led Dy a certified check V' ul ... '". .'"c eruoon
myablc to the order of the Mayor of the 'M'; "ay, at which said special elec- Ls,n Ordinance to Prohibit Licensed
City of St. Johns, certified by 0 restK...- "'ere shall bo submitted to the n" wru,""-' " roniDll ucensca
..II. I. S " t - . - . I MtttAnl t f tint lialil tllti nfl CI IaIiii. I
ic imkk, tor an amount equal 10 ten 1 "f I Innnr llinlor frnnt Allnuln
'"""" t ws ftHUTTIM
any Female Person to Ontcr,
for (lie PurKsc of Drinking or
Uu) ing any Intoxicating Liq
uors, or to Remain or Loiter,
for any Purpose, in or About
any Saloon, Oar room or Place
Where Intoxicating Liquors
are Sold, or Kept for Sale at
Retail, or Served, and Provide
ing a Penalty for the Violation
and Mrs. W. I'. llrooks Thursday the? curly-haired victim, who was
if liivt 1 fit. 1 1 in Itiiiinp 4f I.. I lilllCi vfr:i liij lmir tiMic4li
1 a . . 1 1 - C ....... I
iiviny. tim. imimik lllDlllcr. Wim n-u'" nuuavi uuvi u niuiui. t.rnii..is. f-.. r iiii .1.....
, . , . . . 1 1 """""-X lu v,Ml . , " ,! . .... , . . ' Rave the history of the Perkins faui
nil iiiimivu iiivie. limuia 11 nmi ui Km uwuy uuiu . , ,,i
IMi..... (.... c.w... I....... Inn.. if Ii.t iiimiU iliirin.r .). ,ln.. "J V
IIV VI VIMHK ttlli) HI'VIII III IliVtl.l I . . .-1,,1... 11. .- I.
1iuw..t'..1i n.ul 11 1" '.1 1 i .0 i...; .1 I !nc iiiui iiiwiii ui ucr uckruumi.
sin. 1 1 vis VI tliv Ll 11 I tllll LlllI VUia.lllUII. L stlll?l Illlll
All kinds of Repair Work on
RUBBER TIRES, etc.
Cor. Charleston and Ivanhoe.
I filled therein), for the period of four ts
weeks prior to such election. And
notices thereof shall be posted in four!
(4j pu.iuc places will.tn tl.e said city of
bt. Johns ami in four (4) public pluces in
I.ucii icmiory j iiroxisea to ue unite
for a like period before such election.
Such notice shall distinctly state tl.e
proposition 10 uc so suumttted. and
shall designate specifically the bound
aries of the territory so proposed to be
unuexcu, ami tne electors snail be tu
vtled thereby to vote upon such pronosi
The City of St. Johns does ordain as
Section I. N'o licensed llnimr ilfnUr
luiuic U UU.UUI ptuiiosi. 1 ,. ; , 1 . -
ng upon their ballots the ' jonns, nor uie owner
anneiatloti," or "ogalnst 1,???? riel,or o( an "'oo". bar-room,
I tf.. .. . . . -I - J. I
iwu tieularly bright stars it, the games until the candy was ripo and bailiff choked her until she dis- r'jfc ' " V" nVoV Mrs
1 o t ea uiv..ii iiri,.iit I............ i..i if.... :.i. .1... ...tr....,i ii... pi..... d... .,ii somu wl J"' "kg ueorge. Mrs.
........... .....,- h, ,rvv.,.v mivii wiviiuwii wt iiii.iy m lilt ....... ...v.. 'iiv t.ivii Inll rll miwrcnnnlnr ni.,1 W
of the work they ate doing to put- sweetness and such a time as they to bribe the judge by offering to let If"" J
ify the rotten spots in high places, had will be long temembered by him chew her gum until recess. She ! 5 JSSft lLr li S he was f .i I
Their inlliience is beinn felt the "millers." Those ..resont was innocent of the wav of noliii- .?" . 'V. a"t" .. l l 5
1 loweti oy .miss rerKius wuu a line s
throughout the country and otheis weie Mrs, Mclleury, Mr. and Mrs. cians, though, for the judge con
are taking the woik up in their llrooks, Messrs. S. J. Donaldson, fiscated her gum and fined her for
own spneies. miihc hi the strictly George Donaldson, W, A. Trout,
( I! .
political iiue, otiiets, as iieuey 011
the judicial side of politics, but
there is not that keen inteiest and
effusive clieetiug to the echo that
there was when the first stejw in
the great moral movement was
begun. The novelty of the situa
tion is wearing oil and only those
who have the movement at heart
Mrs. Uillier, Misses Ruby Hoover.
Adria llurkhait, Clara Boiler. All
were emphatic in declariue; they
had a lovely time and wished their
friend a safe journey to her south
W. C. T. U.
attempting to corrupt the court.
I here were a number of other
notables wnich we have not space
to mention, but cannot pass up
Weary Willie Davenport, alias
Sol Slocom from Slocoiuville, Mo.
Being from Missouri he was showed
and as a punishment for overwork-
tug liimselt by climbing the stairs
was condemned to sit between two
aie abetting the leaders. There The business meetim? was held of the prettiest Rebeckahs in the
are others, powerful others, who at the Advent church last I room.
are working to their utmost in .Monday afternoon. Reports from After the victims had been ctilti
i:e.y avenue over witicit tuey tne MiK'riutciii en s of the various vaieti to tne last peso, order was
have any iiiilueucc against these departments showed good work and restored by chairman Hendricks
icfortus. These agencies are ac- satisfactory results. Especially the "d a splendid literary and musical
tive in St. Johns. They are lavhur eostK-l tonneninee ineotiius tuim nroratu was reuderixl. This nro
their plans with constiiuinate skill held at Bickuer's hall.Sunday after- k'niitt was openetl by piano duet
and secretiveness. These good noon. by Misses Hazel Robinson and
government cople will do well to These meetings will be held reg- Elisabeth Slaters which was very
jirick up their ears and take note ularly every two weeks at the above nicely rendered. This was fol
of the way in which the wind is named ttlaco with lhkxI stvakiT mul lowed bv a recitation bv Miss SuU
I.I !.... .. ...I . . .-.--- --.,---..-.. . ' - - -
uiuwhik o wiicii tne time comes uox music. All are invited. Hovs millibar, w 10 to let about the ove
it will lie as it too otten is, too late and young men are especially limed niakitig of a young couple who
to do any effective work. They to come. were there at the same time that
solo with Mrs. Hall at the piano.
Then came the eveut of the even
ing, the emptying of the baskets.
1 here is where we shine with par
ticular brilliancy. Two of the
prettiest little Rebeckahettes in the
room secured our basket ami ween-
joyed a very pleasant hour. The
occasion will long be remembered
by those present as oue of the hap
piest of their lives.
The St. Johns Justice of the
Peace district has been set off and
includes precincts 90, 91, 107, 108,
and 100. Comrade O. R. Downs
is out as a candidate for the posish,
"Life and Lessons from Abra
ham Lincoln," will be the subject
of an illustrated patriotic service at
the Congregational church Sunday,
Eeb. 16, at 7:10 p. m. All the
usual services will be conducted in
the morning. Everybody invited.
G. W. Nelson, pastor.
Watch the label ou your wrapper.
Bitgood & Cole
Cash Meat Market
To the Piopli of St. Mrs:
We have purchased
the Star Meat Market, lo
cated at 205 S. Terse' St.,
and will keep constantly
on hand all kitids of fresh
meats, also smoked and
salt meats, fish and pottl-
stA 1 4
try. ine public is cor
dially invited to call and
inspect our stock aud get
Don't go to Portland
uulcss you have to.
tion by placi
The polls for such elcctlo
s equivalent dri,,king shop, or place where intoxlcat
1 j licjuors are kept forsale.or sold at re-
1.. tail, e.ther by himself or bv anv servant.
open for the I'irst ward o said city 0( cnPye " aijent, shall permit or suffer
j It;! inhn, n, v n. 11. .,.... I any female person to enter, for the nur.
For the Second ward o( said city of Mf of ""klng or buying any Intoxl
2 St. Johns at the city halt. eating liquors, or to remain or loiter,
ror tne territory so protiosat to be , ' '"'- y. uum in. sam
annexed at and in basement of tiew f n? bar-room, drinking shop, or
school building in North St. Johns, blk PIac4e, WUer,e intoxicating liquors are
31. Holbrook addition. "Pt for sale, or sold, or place where
The followine iudires and clerks of 'nt'catuiK liquors are served, or In or
special election are hereby appointed. "V"1 anJ fw' t booU, a,cvc or
vu: Place a'ljoin.ng and connected in any
1. ..!... f. .1... u:. . . .... .!... I way with klich saloon, har.rmni. .lrlnV.
jmm(,h ivi inv .-ia nam UI uc VIIV I x - . " .
of St. Johns: John lViff, Marlou Johuson, ?K hoP' ?r Vce 'here lutoxlcating
O. R. Dowus. liquurs are kept for sale, or sold at re-
Clerks or the I'irst ward of the cltv P", or served: provided that this onli-
of St. Johns: L. It. Chambers, O. Ii. na,f,e s,,a 1 not aPP'J to " OP6" d
Learned. I Pul)"c restauraut or dining room.
Judges for the Second ward of the city 'Tf1100 , Any nersoa violating any
of St. Johns: U. B. Chipman, N. A. Gee. of tbe Prv,slon of this ordinance, shall,
I. S. Downey. uPn convicttou thereof ia the municipal
n.. , .... . rnnrt nf thu Mtv .1 Q rt..,j. ...
v.icru ior ine aeconu waru ol tue city 7 , ; r V ' . ju"u,i "v huu
of St. Johns: Charles Uailey, Prank !sheJ hK 5 ,fi,ne ? no$ mo,re than two
Horsruaii. hundretl dollars ool, or by imprison-
Judges for the territory so proposed ?teu l? thc citJ" iail not over u,Ilety
to be annexed: A. Wymore. Havner -T'-l ""
i. ' i aseu me council I
Clerks for the territo
I to be annexed: J. C,
ry so prorosed
waiton, c. E,
Bitgood & Cole
The recorder of the said cltv of St.
juuus i. ucrcuy oruereu anil requirett to
iiv.ivs uciciu iinjviucti ior.
provule the necesaan- ballots, poll-books
tally sheets and stationery and do such
other acts necessary and requisite under
uic taw as requireu oi utm til carrvini?
out the provisions of this onli nance.
The chief of police of &aid citv nf Si
Ijohus is hereby onlered and dixcctetl to
I proviue me necessary booths and such
Feb. ii. icoS.
Approved I'eb. u, 1908.
K. C. Coucir.
A. M. Kssos,
Publiihed in the St. Johns Review Feb.
Matt arrives at St. Johns at 7:10 a. ui.
aud 1:15 p. in.
Leaves at 10:20 a. m., and 4HS P
Office open week davs from 6m a. m.
to 6:10 p. m, Sundays from 9 to to a. ra