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Grand Boxing Event
: A grand boxing carnival will be given in the St. Johns rink next
Thursday evening, Feb. 24th, under the auspices of the Firemen's
Athletic, club. The principal event will be a nine-round contest between
.Prof. Frank Ely of St. Johns and John Turner of San Francisco. Doth
have good records in fistic circles, and the bout promises to be more than
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ORDINANCE NO. 278
An OrdhuiKe hmttii Scctfon 10
of Ordinance Ne. 214, EntHled, I
"An ordinance te Provide for
Carrying Into Effect in the CHy
or M. Johns the initiative ana
Referendum Powers Reserved to
the Legal -Voters of Municipali
ties by Section IA of Article IV, I
or the constitution or tncMatci
of Oregon, and to Enact and
Amend Their' Municipal Charters
Reserved" to the Legal Voters
of Cities and Towns By Section
2 or Article xi, or the constitu
tion of the State of Oregon, and
Providing Penalty for Violations
of this Act." Passed by the
Council and Approved by the
Mayor reDruaryz, lyuy.
The city of 'St. Johns does ordain as
That section 10 of Ordinance No. 21.1
of tin city ol St. John entitled, "An or
dinance to provide lor, carrying into ef
fect in the city bf St.Joluu the initiative'
snd Referendum owcrii reserved to the
lcjjtti voter of municipalities by section
la of article IV of the constitution of the
stale of Oregon, and to enact and amend
their miiiilcltml charters reserved to
the k'L'nl voter of cities mid to wns by sec
tion 2 of article XI, of the constitution
of the state of Ort'Kon, mid providing
penalty for violations of this net.'
hissed by the council anil appioircd by
the mayor 1'cbrunry a, 1909, be and the
same is hereby uttieiidclt to rend as fol
Section to. An amendment to the
Chnrtcrof the city of St. Johns muy be
iroiKscd and submitted to the leual vot
ers of the city by resolution of the council I
same shall be filed
ir YOU VJHT TO IVY YOUR SPRING THlrtGS IMTIh.
SPRlM RCi4LHY COMCd YOU" WILL BE IATE ti MVIYiG
THEM. THE SPRIrtG PylTTERrtS Or STAPLE Atib TAMY
DRESS GIAGHAS ARE ALVlti AOV. VMD THEY ARE PRET
TIER THAU EVER BEFORE. VE ,IRE SHOWING A MRGER
UtE Or AORHRS, HErtRIETTJlS. KOBE SILKS, iIKO SILKS
Atib MORE LIAIAGS THAti MVE'&EEH SHuVrt ti ST. J OH AS
THE SPRING STYLES Of XEYS CLOTHIMG, THE KlrtD THAT AEET THE MEEDS
Of ST. JOHrtS PEOPLE. RE ALU HERE Atib RE1DY FOR YOUR IrtSPECTKM. RE
MEMBER YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Iti T-HESE LIMES A& WELL A IA THE GROCERY
DEPjIRTAEAT. VE KrtOV YOU dAti BE BETTER TylKErt G1RE Of AT OUR STORE
THAti' AT AtiY PUICE YOU tKAY GO. ' .
BON H AM & CURRIER
dilative petition, but the
with the tc .'order for
COLLIER & COLLIER
Rooms in the Hoi brook building.
St.. Johns, Oregon.
submission not later than jo Hays lciorc ,,. w M p
the election at which It is to be voted J08Cph McCnCSnoy, M. V.
uiKJii. niui no nuicinimcnt 01 the charter
shall be effective until It is approved by
enst thereon by
the U'lial voters of the city.
cr shall mull copies of such pi
Inn njirity of the votes
I cl r,cr amendments, m provided In sec
I Ion Hoi this orilliisncc, with the ballot
title and number In full, not Inter than
twelve ('ays before the election ut which
such 411 iiiueiiiiiucnt is to ic voted upon.
The nai o. title 01 micii ntuetiiiinetit s'.mii
b: p ctxire I by the c ty attorney mid ahull
1 contain 1101 more man one iiuuiircii
raised by the council, February 15,
Approved ly the mayor I'clmiary is.
s. 1.. nuiui'..
I'icsideiil of the Council.
Attest: A. M. l'.SSON.
rubllshed In the St. Johns Review
ruary 10, 1910.
Day and NlfM Office In McChsmsy Block
PImm JtrMy VII
ST. JOHNS, - - OREOON
Phone Jersey 1571
Albert Carey, M. D.
Residence mid Office:
90 I'cssenileii Street
Office Hours: 10a.1u.t9 p. iu.,6to8p. 111.
ST. JOHNS, ORGOON
Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M. D.
DR. F. L, PETERSEN
Hill Dlock Corner Williams avenue and
Tclchone Oast 485
II. 8. IIHWITT
Si j Silas St.
-304 3. Hayes
Htwitt & Wright
CONTRACTORS and HUII.DKR3
lUtlmatcs anil l'lnns I'urnlilied
MOUrtltH I'OR BALK ST. JOHNS, OKU.
Residence, 697 Dawson j
Office, niter Mock
J. R. WEIA1ER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your coods to, and from all
Krts of Portland. Vancouver, I.lnnton,
irtland and Suburlan Hx press Co.,
city dock and all jwlnts accessible' by
wagon. Piano and furnltur moving
a specialty. 109 U. Ilurllngton; phone
Rlchmondbi. . '
ORDINANCE NO. 277
I. 0. 0. F.
Univcrslty.rark, Portland, Oregon
lROI. iMtANK HI.Y
interesting. Several ood prellintiuirics will be put on the boards. Wyiin
Manning of the iMrcmen'H Athletic club nml Jimmy Grnnt of the I.liin
ton Athletic club will come to blows for n four-round sctto. Kd Peter
son of the l;ircmeu'H Athletic club, nml Art Vnudolau of Linton A. C.
will also engage in a four-round match. One of the most amusing
features of the event will be n couple of .6-year old twins, sons of n local
sport, who will engage hi a little fistic exhibition. They bid fair to out
rival the famous Sullivan twins Mike and Jnck. The affair will be otic
of the best ever pulled off in St. Johns, and if you have any sporting
Dlood whatever In your anatomy, you cannot allord to miss it. AuurvS'
sioii 50 cents; preliminaries begin at 8:15 sharp.
An .Ordinance Accepting Deed
from Nancy lapics to tne
City of St. Johns Conveying
Certain property in Said
City to the City of St.
Johns for Street Purposes.
Office Phone Richmond 5
Pikst National Hank Huimuno
St. Johns, Oregon
Dr. W. E. Hartel
IT. JOHNS, OREQON .
Mecteach Monday evenlnc In Odd
Fellows hall, at 8:00. Visitor! welcomed.
W.J. Clianey, N. li.
C. P. Gates, Secretary.
Holmtft Lodge No. 101
KNtQHTI Of PVTMtAS.
Meets every I'rlday night
at 7:30 o'clock at I.O.O.P.
hall. Visitor always wel
come. A. Carl Nelson, C.C
It, C. Hurlbcrt, K. R. S.
ORDINANCE NO. 276
An Ordinance Accepting Deed From
Nancy Ciples to the City of St.
Johns Conveying Certain Prop,
erty In Said City to the City of
si. jonns lor Mreei purposes.
The city of St, Johns docs ordain ns
That a certain deed from NuiicvCmiU'S
unmarried, to the city of St, Johns tinted
March 4, 1007. ami nckmnvlrdi'cil before
It, H. Coovcrt,n notary rmhllc.ou the .(tli
iay 01 niarcn 1907, recoriieii 111 ikmiic j
on iwik'c w of records of deeds of Mull
nomah county, convcyiiiK to said city
lor street purposes tue idiiowiiil' ilc
scribed tracts and lurccWof land. to. wit
UcKlniilng at a xilut In the wot line
of what Is known as the Ilraiee tract, in
section bveu(7)i towuMiiii one (1) north
range one (1) cajt, conveyed by William
Mint Naucv Canlrs to Jouuthau Gemw
and recorded In book 1. iwuu 21). said
point IkIiik 315 feet north 19 degrees 37
minutes east from aa Iron pipe lit the in
tersectlou of said west Hue of the Urtwve
tract with the north line oftheriKbto
way o the City & tulmrlati railway
thence north 71 deurccs. 17 minutes
went iiarallel with the north line of said
right of uy 778.08 fret; thence north 19
uegrces 55 uiiuuus eusi oo itci, iiivuco
south 71 degrees 17 minutes east 777,6
feet; thence south 19 degrees 37 minute
west 60 feet to the place of beginning.
Also beginning at uu iron pipe in sec
tlon seven (7), township otic (1) north
range one (1) east in the north line of
the light of way of the City & Sulmrltaii
Hallway company 479,14 feet north 71
decrees 17 minutes went of un iro.i pipe
at the intersection of said north line of
right of way with the wet line of what
is knoVn us the Uratec tract, conveyed
by William ami Nsncy Canlcs to Jonu.'
than Gcrotv and recorded In book 1
pane au: thcace north 19 drvievs v
uifuutes east 47H.65 feet to nu iron piei
thcucc south 71 degrees iS minutes eut
60 feet; thence south 19 degrees ss min
Utes west 478,65 feet to said north line
of right of way; thence north 71 degrees
17 mltiutts west 60 feet to the place of
ben 1 11 n Ink'. contaiuiiiK .6591 acres, ami
situated in Multnomah county, state of
Be and the sauie is hereby accepted.
Passed by the council Pebruary 15,
Approved by the mayor Pebruary ij,
President of the Council,
Attest: A. M, KSSON,
Published in the St. Johus Review
February 18, 1910.
Prosperity is uo uccident but a
rsjMoiwble, logical fruit of frugal,
Mviag ywi, The First National
Sask pays 3 per ceut. it
It is resolved by the City of St. Johns,
That Whereas, M G. Neasc 011 the
Jlth day of August, 19.W, entered into a
contract with the city of St, Johns to o
enite for a iriod of two years, the rock
The city of St. lohns does ordain
That a certain deed from N'aucv Carries.
wiiiow, to tuc city 01 Ml. jonns, dated
lunuary is, iqio, ami acknowiciiucit lie
forr A, M. lisoon, a notary public, 011 the
Jjthdav of January. I'jio. recorded In
look....uiic.... of the rscords of deeds
of Multnomah county, Oregon, con
veylug to said city for straet purposes
uie loiiowing iiescriiieu truci 01 laud,
situated in the county of Multnomah
state of Oreuoii. to.wiU
A strin of laud reserved and executed
iu deed recorded In book Ui, page 358,
records 01 needs 01 Multnomah county.
ureuon. nun nc-iin? more iwrt leu ariv ilc.
scriU'd us follows, to-wit: lleglnnlng ut
au Jron pipe which marks the sutheat
'Phone Richmond soi
Ilolbrook Hlock ' St. John
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Opn Cvenlnis anil Sundays by AsfMt
Pliouc Jersey 1571 Hours; 3 to 6 ta,
Doric Lodge No. 132
F. and A. M.
tlons on first and third
Wednesdays of e'nch
month In Odd Pillows'
hall. Visitors welcome
It. S. Harrington, Allen K. Jobcs,
bccrctMry. w. M.
Mcrchantsl Manufacturers! Farmers! Everybody!
Wc arc hunting for your business and havd been on
your trail for sonic tunc. Our aim is to, serve you
'flic adoption oF our service offers a complete
solution to the transportation problem.
Qur rates arp reasonable and. our service
Two "trains between St. Johns und Portland,
daily, v -
Wc deliver. Anythlng,Any Place, Any T;imc.
Call and get ouraatcs before shipping.
PORTLAND & SUBURBAN EXPRESS CO, '
C. W. STEARNS
Agent at St. 'Johns.
Phones: Portland Office, Mali 358 St. Johus: Jersey t'aa
A 3358 .
CAMP 773 W.'O. W.
t 01 i.l 0.L..1
ff,i.l??p?.?u,on Juimo riiiw obwui
crustier belonging to said city, and
Yvuercas, tue cit
y ol St. Johns
Ui have contained In aid Icuko n
1011 ui inovlde.lor crusii in; rock ul cer
Uiu sues und ilimeiulous (or the puroi.e
of making concrete walks and roadways,
which said dimensions ure hereinafter
Whereas, it will be necessary to supply
nu roeic lor tue said iw, u. ricase to in-
j .... . . .. 1 . 41... - . : i i r .1 ... 1.. 1 n- ' ' .........
stall other und additional machinery,
tcrecu nud uppliauccs, ami
Whereas, the said M. G. Nease desires
to eularue the tilant now iu oneratlou ut
said enuher by uddiug additional crush
crs, mns, loading apparatus, etc, ami
Whereas, the lite ol the contract now
existing between said M, G, Nease and
the city 01 M. Johns is ol lusuiiiclent ilu
ration to mithorUO the expenditure of
tue money necessary to install tue addi
tional machinery, appliances, bunkers.
etc., un uforciuld. and
Whereas, the council believes it to be
(or the bet interest of the cltv of St.
Johns that the plant be enlarged as above
iiniitim-11, now, iiicrciurc oc it
KchOlved, that the mayor le. and is
hereby autlioriicd to enter into a cou.
tract with the said M. G. Nease. contain
lug the wine provisions as the contract
now existing between the city 01 St,
Johns and the said M, G. Nease, for u
eriod ol live m years (rum the J4th
ay 01 August, 1909, tuc said contract
north, ranee 1
west of Willamette meridian: thcucc
south 71 decrees' 14 in u. east tH. feet
aioug tue nuriucriy sine tine 01 tne Lily
ouuuruin uaiiwav rtunt 01 way to an
Iron pipe: thence north 20 decrees east
470.57 leci tuuu iron pipe; tlicncc norm
71 decrees 14 minutes west 60.01 feet to
11 point; thence south 30 degrees west
463.57 feet to a point! thence' north 71
degrees 14 minutes wct 178.40 feet to a
side Hue ol Canlcs
audition to at. jonns: iiieuce south jo uc
grees west M feet to the place of liecin.
niiig, the same to be used as a public
ilc ami the same is hereby accepted.
i-assci oy tue council I'curuary
Approved by the mayor February 15
a, i,. oouiK.
President of the Council,
Attest: A.M. 15SS0N,
rulillshcd in t ie St. Jo ins Review
February 8, 1910,
HrM. Ctlllm W.U, Cany
901 Fesscudeu SI. SI. JahiM, Or.
J. A. Cole. C, C.
W. Scott Kellovg, Clerk
STREET CAR TIME TABLE
GEORGE KIRKPATRKK, N. D. C,
OI'l'ICItMi i-2 UNION AVKNUK
UOSPITAL 14 " "
Phones . East 4016, B 3898,
Office rhone WoodlawB 701
Res. rhone Woodlawn l$5
D. E. HOPKINS
Office hours from 9 to ta a.
1 to s p. m, 7 to 8 p. .
68 Dawson Street, UxtvCftSiTY Fak
A C0HMMR CU.
I.EAVK ST. JOHNS '
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
Most Popular Because It
is the Best.
"I have sold
Cough Remedy for
the past eight
We claim that if catcbiwr , cold
could be avoided sowe of the most
dangerous and fajal dicemsM would
ntver be heard 'of. A cold often
forms a culture tad for geoMef la
fectious diseases. Coosttnptkm,.
AM. P M. P. M.
6.45N ' IJ.40 7
6.05 1.00 7,10
6.J5 1,18 7.30
6.40 I,j6 7,40
6,48 1,54 8,00
6.56 j 3,12 8.35
7.05 3.30 8,50
7.30 - 3,50 9.10
7.33. t 3.o8 9.30
7.53 3. 9.y
8.15 . 3,44 10.10
8.35 4.03 10,30
9,0a 4,30 10,50
9,33 4.40 it. to
9.44 "3.00 ' H.30
10,06 - 5,15 . 13.00
II. 13 6,00
I3.l8pt. 6. jo ,
terminate on the 31th day of August, lwr n.wl f it tn l n( .l,l 1. jtJiTi 1. a ' I
191 1. and that M il contract : contain fur- .'v"' ".Vr ""- V,J? . .7 "w "P" ""
tuer tirovislous, us follows:
v.ouca'ie snail be crushed trom dark
blue basalt rock and free from dirt, loam
or clay 11ml aned through dust screens;
110 particle 01 rock shall he greater than
two (3) inches iu the largest dimensions
nor smaller man tt-j) one-unit uicii iu
uest selling medicines on tue mar
ket. Por babies and youug children
there is uothiue better iu the line of
cotigu syrups," says Paul Alleu,
Plain Dealing, La. Yhis remedy
not only cures the coughs, coldi
its largest dimension; ami that such and croup so commou among young
clilldreu, but is pleasant and sale
for them to take. For sale by all
rock shall be furnished to the contractors
Improving the streets or other work in
the city of St. Johns iu such quantity as
they may renuire. and under same nro
visions as is now required in the cou.
tract now existing with the said M, G.
Nease to furnish rock for macadamising
puriKMcs; aim mat sain contract may con
tain uuy futther conditions and restric
tions or limitations us may to the said
mayor seem to the best interest of the
city of St. Johns. That the price of said
rocic snail not exceed fi. to per yard to
the contractor or contractors, und the
city to receive as royalty from said con.
cretc rock two ami a half (3 !) cents
per cubic yard so furnished.
Approved I'euruury a, iqio.
Adopted by the couucfl February 8,1
yiu. n. .u. ijo.-vj;i, uccoruer.
Published in St. Johns Review, Feb
ruary It and 18, 1910,
A SJmpk Trkk.
It's an easy matter to
joints and muscles supple no mat
ter what your age may be or how
you have suffered with rheumatism.
Rub yourself sight and morning dangerous dl
with jfaiiaru'a anow L,tutraent.
Cures rhennatisui.stifftfees. crawpii,
crickiu the back, side, neck or
litabs, and relieves all aches and
pains. Sold by North Bauk Pharmacy,
fever, four of the' MOt daMerotia
and fatal diseases arc of this cms
The culture bed fred by the eeld
favors thedexxkMMMM f tke nrau
of these diseases that wmm sot
otherwise fitid lojgnint. Thaw is
little danger, bawevar, al any of
these diseases bauac cowtraaiad
when a good aapaaiaraat cMtgh
medicine like Cbambarklti's Catteb
Remedy is used.' It elta wt thase
culture beds that favor tbt.devaJafH
ment ot the ceraaa of tbaae aliaaats.
That is whv tbk raaMdvi baa
keep your proved so uutmaafcto sacaaafitl iaj
preventiug pneaiaaw. It at oaly
. . .aa "a5 .ti
curw your coiq tpteKiy, awt hwi-
mties tue risk al"cawrattasi taaat
. Focsaie by all
Sm'iw for tkc Cteietat Cuts of tficsBst
Ordn Filled and Paaaily Trade SeilcUs
T. P. WARD. PrffUr.
NOTWS TO ABVMTtMIt.
aA&u UlaAk at BteAAA
ProucU tbo gospel ot BU Joaas.
Wark tot a Omtar at Jeaaa,
Wins In your Jea srtatlac
you think of It, Dea't wK wstN f
aro entirely out. W aa afnlpaaf
to turn out neat aa4 Utr arMaai
prouBtly at Prttaa4 aria ar laa.s
Baaaartaa far 1 tAa Jebaa Jseview
aaA' baaa)1 aaasaA aat saa "'alaca "af
for crary uh,
Cut generous .
ly fulL Two
r". Mau. m ftmm mm mr now. m.KnMtar u
whwm'fwWkSaw, Imlwbn Jqui.lnkM.MMilMiiM.
if iIIiim m f 1 1 ifiai Hi Piim M Ti !, 1 3" '
, - tiKO. H. H8USTOCK '
. urucrrtrv. dda I
issvsy vwv wn w.
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING '
rull ln it Roba,'Caskt, ato., hapt In ataak
UtUV ASSISTANT r
UNIVBRSITV PARK, ORKGON
Oftct rbont Woodlawn 174
o rhone WooUlawu i
If you ' are looking for an investment that
is a sure winner buy half of block -16 at -
WHIT WOOD COURT
The piece is 100x600 ieet. lavs fine and Rlwofit 1v1
Lots across the street from it are ielliag at $350 ttpwari.
If this piece was cut into lots i3POO could eieil v;be rlizel.
and tke the lots would be Hiuch cheaper than amy cab
be, bought for, in that neighborhoods Ta five Vears tcooo
.would not be aa exorbitant price. IB .TAKEN AT ONCK
ioe JoU Yb 1 i--J5oo down; 500 ih six wottthskad the
balance at io per month 6, $1500 cash will, saeure it.
f the Money was aol badly needed $3000 cash wm1 . mot
take itv For further inforaia'tion se ' . V
RmI Ettat DfNo, WWwm4 Cwrt
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