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ORDINANCE NO. 394
ORDINANCE NO. $91
RETURNED HER HAT.
fihs Didn't, but He Did, and He Muil
Have Dun a Brave Man.
Tho bravest innn 111 Now York mndj
his nDDoaranco iu n llrondwny store
ono day Inst week. Ho carried tin
enormous bnndbor, which contained
nn enormous lint, on which tbo inn
wanted what ho considered on enor
mous amount of money refunded. Tho
man was tirotty mad, nnd while look
lnir for somo ono who hnd tlio nuthor
Itr to nenotlato tlio transaction ho
talked loud onotmh for everybody to
"My wlfo boURht this hat," ho wild
"She doesn't need It. film lins nlrcady
boufilit thrco hats this Reason. She
nnld $35 for this one. She has never
worn It. It Just enmo homo last night
I can't afford to throw all that money
nwny, and I want yon to toko tlio hut
back. 8ho wouldn't brlntr It down, no
I undertook tlio Job myself."
"By the sldo of that innn Napoleon
was n erliiKliiR coward," said the
young woman who had mado tlio sale
"Inmcliio lilin flouncliiR Into n Piirlshui
millinery shop with n hat that he
didn't wnnt .Toseidilno to burl He
couldn't havo donu It. Very few men
can. Onco in n long while nomc poor
Now Yorker with tlio cotirnRti of den
Deration In his heart returiiH merchnii
dlso which ho cannot afford to buy for
his wife, and' his audacity upsets the
wholo store for u month." New York
THEY LIKE SHARP FOOD.
Lions Oobble Up Porcupines, and Cpm
la Eat Oplny Caotut.
A noto In tlio London Hold drawn at
tentlon to lions that eat porcupines.
would nppenr that nn nnlmal protect
ed by such powerful spines should be
aulto HPCtiro from attack. Yet, If we
may trust tho nccouut given. It np
pears to bo n habit on tho part of the
lion and not an Isolated occurrence,
Captain Dumbcll hnd been told by
tiatlro hunter that tho lion was In the
habit of catlnir porcupines. And this
has been confirmed by two i:iiullli
sportsmen. V. Klrby, for example.
has taken n porcuplno's head from tho
stomach of n lioness. Others relate
Mint It Is not uncommon to Hnd lions
with porcupine quills sticking all over
their noses, faces nnd paws. It seems
to arguo somo Indlffcrcnco to pain on
tho pnrt of tho lion, nn well as n fancy
for porcuptnoN llesh.
Compnro this with tho enso of tho
camel, which n tllMliiRiilnhcd trarelcr
describe as calmly chewing up n very
spiny plant with tho blood dripping
from Its mouth! Tho cnttlo In somo of
tho arid parts of America, again,
browso on that spiny cactus. And In
somo parts of tho KiikIImIi coast the
horses browso on tho prickly sea holly.
whllo tbo donkey's partiality for this
ties Is well known. Incidentally such
casei seam to show Hint spines In.nn
turo nro not such clllclent protectors
n somo hnro supposed.
Slslaht of Hand Poisoning,
A rcry curious Item In toxlcoloidcnl
lore I chanced to light upon, wrote
Ucorgo Augustus Hnlii In ono of his
letters, may bo culled the feat of pot
Honing by sleight of hnud. You were
Jealous of n lndy, mid you wished to
kill her. Well, you asked her to lunch,
nnd you caused n very nlco peach to
bo served at dessert. Von cut the
fruit with n golden knife, one side of
tbo blndo of whlcli wns endued with n
deadly ihiInou. You presented the pot
sonetl half of tho peach to tho lndy.
who nto It with much relish and then
dropped down dead. The wholesome
Imlf you nto yourself and laughed In
your sleevo nnd went on slicing more
peaches for tho ladles or wnoin you
worn Jealous till you wero found out
nnd broken on tho wheel. Aye. there's
tho rulil What high old times we
might hnvo, to Imi sure, but for that
plaguy contingency of being found
Her Drawing Powers.
Pat nnd his llttlo brown mnro were
fumlllnr sights to tho ik'oiiIo of the
town of Hurry, Tho mure was lean.
blind mid lame, but by dint of much
coming 1'ut kept her to the burnt
Quo day while loading her to water be
had to puss a corner where u crowd
of would bo sports hnd congreguted
Thinking to hnvo somo amusement ut
fat's uipeuse, ouo culled out)
"Hello there. I'ntl I'm looking for
tho rent goods. How much Is that
mnro of yours able to draw)"
"Hegorrn, said rut, "I cant sny
oxnctly. but sho seems to bo nblo to
drawh the nttenshuu of Ivery fool In
8leep and Dreamt.
Tim brnln Is more active, whllo en
guged lu dreaming than when not thus
engaged. The only perfect sleep l
that which Is dreamless. The moment
tho slccHr begins to droom he begins
to work, itml Hie more vivid mid pro
trueted tho dreum tho more Intente,
naturally, becomes tlio work. It U
posxlble that nt no time during the
waking hours or lire u tlio untlti so
active us It U in tho strange business
A Treature of a Cook.
Mr, Newedd-AVhut! No cook stove
In tho house? I gnvo you money to
fcuy one. Mrs. Nowedd Yea, my love.
but I found I hndu't enough to buy n
atovo and lilro a cook, too, so I let the
store go. Hut tho cook Is here, nnd
sho's a treasure. Blio has Just gone
ut to get us somo crackers nnd cheese.
Hit Idea For Theorltt.
Tommy Pop, what Is n theorist)
Tommy's Pop A theorist, my sou, Is n
runt) who thinks he Is learning to swim
by sitting on the bauk nnd wntcblug a
frog. Philadelphia Hecord.
iti every notne wnere mere is n
baby there should also be n bottle
of McKKK'S 11 A 11 Y lUA'XIR. It
may be needed at any time to correct
sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea
or summer complaint. It is a whole
some remedy, contaius no opium,
morphine or injurious drugs of any
kind. Price 25c and 50c per bottle.
Sold by St. Johns Pharmacy.
Subscribe for the Tologrambost
evening paper on the coast. Boo
B4 Stockton, .
An Ordinance Providing The
Time And Manner Of Im
proving Edison Street from
the Easterly Line of Fes
senden Street to tiic West
erly Lincof BurlingtonStrcct
in tiie City Of St. Johns,
The city of
St. Johns docs onlnln ns
The council of the city of St
lmvliur ascertained the cost of linnrov
lug Itdison Street from the easterly
side line of I'csscudcn street to the
westerly line of llurtiiigtou street in the
city of St.Johns.ns shown by the resolution
of the council of said city dated on the
oth ilny of Mny, 1911, nnd recorded
in the office of the recorder of said city,
nnd notice thereof having been publish
ed in the St. Johns Review, n weekly
newsimperof general circulation, on the
121I1 day and loth day of May, 1911,
ns shown by the itllidnvit of the
foreman of said Jxipcr, which said
affidavit is on file iu the office of
the city recorder; and legal posting of
notices of such Improvement, as shown
by the affidavit of the city engineer 011
flic In the office of the city recorder, nnd
no remonstrances having Iteeti filed, ami,
ns provided by said resolution, the engi
neer's preliminary estlmntcof the cost of
wild improvement is f 12,039.40, but shall
be more accurately determined by said
Now, therefore, It Is hereby ordered
that said street be Improved nnd the time
for the completion of said Improvement
is hereby fixed at sixty days from the
last publication of notice of protxisals ol
said work, which said proxsn1s must be
llied with the recorder of said city on or
before the 3rd day of Inly, 191 1, at
eight o'clock p. m. of said day,
That said street shall be Improved as
follows; lly grading wiiiie to the estab
lished grade by cut and fill and by
sldcwalklug same on cither side with 6
foot cement sidewalks, 12 foot curbs en
tire length, together with nil necessary
wooden cross walks and Isix gutters, and
placing a strip of macadam 16 feet wide
iu the center of snld street, said macadam
to be H inches deep in the center nnd
6 Inches deep oil cither tide; and to
have macadam gutters placed wherever
The city recorder snail give nonce ny
publication for not less than three In
sertions lu the St. Johns Review, the of.
i! wiiil imtiruveii
itiiig proposals for
Said improvement shall iu nil resitccts
be done and completed iu conformity
with the provisions of Ordinances Not.
ltV ami 192 except as otherwise provided
lu tills ordinance; all work to lie done
under the direction and suticrvisloii of
the city engineer.
That the cost of mIiI improvement
sliall le iiMeweil ngainsl llic property I
the local iiunrovemciil district ns dei
scrllicil III said resolution nnd designated
as and declared to lie ijciU improve
ment District no. 01 .
I Wed by the council June tjtl
Approved by the mayor June ijtl
Attest: I'. A. RICK,
Published iu the ht. Johns Review oil
June id, 1911,
It Is resolved by the city of St. Jol
That whereas, the council did, by Or
thinner Mo. i Ho. tiattcd bv the council
and approved by tne mayor Mity jj, 191 1,
adopt the city engineer's retort lu the
matter of opening and extending Kel
logg street iu sahl city from llurliiigton
street to Chicago street, which said ordi
nance is hereby relcrtcil to mm made n
kirt of this revolution, and
Whereas, the council nt this time
deems it uecewMiry and expedient to up-
tHiliil viewers to iikM'wi tne ucocltls nutl
damages caused by said protxcd open
me oi Mid Kel lou i! street us nforesaid
Now, therefore, It is hereby resolved by
thecitvof St. loliiu that J. S. Downey,
. V. Markle and Clint, Audcrhon, three
disinterested freeholders of the city oi
St. Johns and possessing the iiiditica
lion 01 jurors 01 me circuit court o
Miiltiiomuh couutv be and they each o
them are hereby npxiiutcd ns viewers to
,im's tne ituuuiges nun ncuciiis to tiie
rcwiieetive lots, blocks uud turcvls o
. -. . . . , . ...
111 oroismii 10 ic couiiemucii 111 oi
of said Kellogg street, ut aforesaid
st well at the licuelits ot proterty tar
ttculurly benefited thereby, and tliut
each of said viewers sliall mialify ut pro
vided by Section 81 of the charter of the
city of bt. Johntat the hour of 10 o'clock
a.m., juue 19,1911,111111 proceed nt u
es the damages and lieuetlts at pre.
scrilwl iu Sections Hj-H) of Mid charter
Adopted by the council May 31, 1911
V. A. RICH,
Published lu the St. Johns Review on
June 9 nud 16, I9H-
Notice it hereby given that appoition
ment of the cost of improviiiu New
Vork street between Hayes street and
Willis Itoulcvard, nt u total cost of
4,118.80. hut been apportioned nud it
on tile tu tiie oitice 01 tlie umlersigueil,
suiilect to examination,
Assessment district exteuus imck to
the center of lots, blocks and tracts of
laud ubtittim: 011 Mid street at provided
ny tne city cnarteriiud resolutions.
Remonstrance iiuattist said apportion
ment may be made iu writing uud filed
with the undersigned until 5 o'clock p,
tu. June 2b, 1911.
1'. A. RICH,
rubllsiieti tu tue ii. joints Kevlew 011
unco and 16, 1911,
OTK'K Is htrcby ultra thtt Ktlle II Hot
comb, JiululilrstiU vt c.lstc el Vs)e
w iiowomu. ucvwu. on tune 1011.
filrj H.Unif nt ut her finsl sccoual si tuch J
mluUtrtlris with Ihc clrt L ut (he couutv cuuit
lor Multuauuncouuty nitron iuuotuie T
Lirtiuu cuuniy tuuge ui Mid ruutiiy, nts nt-
nstct Meudsy, July
i. Wll. o'clock a. iu. In
lie ilctxrliucut ul the couuty court at thecouit
ouhrlur atd couutv tu the cttv ol lrlUnd.
Oregon. the time suit ulace lor the settlement
ol MiJ account uj lor hearing tiiy ubjrctlout
to tme ohlnttons to uM tcrouut or .lmlnli
tittton 11 iiiv. sre retiuttetl to be tilnlwith the
eleik ol uM couit oil or beloic the ilay siotut-
eti lor iiic iieiiuK uu MTiiiemeiu increoi. i-uu-
hed imr.uant to orner 01 mm county JuJe.
nt nine i, uii KATlli II. IIOI.COMB.
liforsej I'ciLlns. AilmtntttiatrU.
AUomty tor AiliuluUtratrii
rriaty, June I. nri uuiuiiuu,
FrWsy. June yt. Istt publication.
You sot full wolsht and
quality at the Central market.
An Ordinance Declaring the
Cost of Improving Ivanhoc
Street From Catlin Street
to Weyerhaeuser Avenue
in the City of St. Johns,
Oregon, and Assessing the
Property Benefited There
by, Declaring Sucli Assess
ment and Directing the
Entry of the Same in the
Docket of City Liens.
The city of St. Johns docs ordain as
That the council has considered the
froposcd assessment for improving North
vnnhoe Street, and all objections made
tlicreto.and hereby ascertains, determines
nnd declares the whole cost of said im
provement In the manner ptovided
by Ordinance No. 323 to be the sum of
o,233..8, and that the special and pecu
liar benefits accruing to each lot or part
thereof or parcel of land within the as
sessment district, by reason of said im
provement and iu just proportion to such
benefits, are In the respective amount
set opjKislte the number or description
of each lot or jwirt thereof or parcel ol
laud in the following annexed assess
ment roll.nnd said assessment roll.whlcli
is numbered .(9, is hereby adopted and
approved us the assessment for said Im
provement, nnd the recorder of the city
of St. Johns Is directed to cuter n state,
ment of the assessment hereby made iu
the docket of city Hens, and cause notice
thereof to be published as provided by
charter, which assessment is as follows:
Lot lllock Addition Ami.
(..SuImI. 12. ... N. St. Johns f67.97
J 1 .
81. 3 J
II 3....Snbd. 1
2.7.8 9.10 ....88.77
13 4 St.JolTusl'ark 134.95
Pasted by the council June 7, 1911,
Approved by the mayor June 7, 1911
K. C. COUCH,
Attot: 1'. A. RICH,
Published in the St. Johns Review on
June 16, 1911.
Proposals for Slreet Work
Sealed protiosals will le received at
the otlicc of the recorder of the city of
St. Johns until June 27, 191 i,utn o'clock
1. lit. lor tue improvement 01 t'ortlaud
smlcvard from the northerly line of
Thompson street to the southerly
Hue 01 itrtice street lit tlie man
ner provided by ordinance No. 380. sub
ject to the provisions of the ehartcr and
ordinance 01 tue cttv 01 M, Joints, nud
the estimate of the city engineer, on tile,
The engineer's estimate of the cost is
Hid must be strictly iu accordance with
printed blanks which will be fttrtt
Uheil on application at the office of the
recorder of the city of St, John. And
said improvement must be completed on
or uciore 00 uaysirom tueiiatc 01 accept
t;o protiosals or unit will he considered
unless uccointunicd by u certified check
jvtyable to the mayor of the city of St,
ohtis, certified by u responsible lutik
for an amount equal to ten per cent, of
tue aeeregate nroitosai.
The right to reject any and till bids is
lly order of the city council,
1'. A. RICH,
Published in the St. Johns Review
ttue 9, 16 and 23, 1911,
Annual School Meeting
given to the legal
voters 01 hcitooi District o, 2 01 .Mult
nomah county, state of Oregon, that the
Annual bcliool Meeting 01 satd district
will be held ut the Cent nil School An
nex, to begin at the hour of 2 o'clock p.
m. and cloe at 6 o'clock p. tit. on the
third Monday of Juue, bemg the 19th
day of Juue, A. I). 191 1.
Tint meeting is called tor tue purpose
f electing One Director.
Dated this 8tlt day of June, 1911.
S. II. ORHHNH,
Chairman Hoard of Directors.
Attest: J. K. Taticji, District Clerk.
Published in the St. Joints Review on
June 9 and 16, 1911, 1
It's the Cut that Counts
ro'tllllKAIL. ' WhUIHt. J V0'
suit, every garment, every line
shows the experienced tailors'
careful touch. The coats fit
snugly about the neck and curve
to the shoulders without a
The very set nnd feel of these carefully made
"Peek" Clothes stamp them as being made by
people who take pains at every turn. Conscienti
ous made suits at
$15.00 the best for $35
Hats, Haberdashery at economizing prices
. .vftAwkT, IH.HM . M, MM, 41,
Patrous are assured of only
the freshest of everything in
our new jersey street store.
We haven't the room to store
a lot of goods and keep them
until they are stale. Our floor
space being limited, we must
receive fresh goods every day
to replace what has been sold
the day before. Everything
in the crocerv line may be
found in our store, besides dry
goods ana shoes. Lnll m
and inspect our various Hues.
Prices are ahvavs richt aud
courteous treatment is assured.
Phone, Columbia 118
Notice U herebv clven that apportion
y clven tuat appo
of ituuroviuK Oh
ment of the cost of improviug Olytupla
street between Charleston street anil
lcKlieny ktreet, total cost of 20ji.34. has
been apportioned and Is on hie iu the
otlice of the underiKnel, subject to ex
autinatioti, Assessment district extends back to
the center of lots, blocks or tracts of
land abttttiiu! on said street as provided
by the city cltatter and resolutions.
Remonstrances against said ap)xrtIon
inent may be made in writing and filed
with the undersigned until 5 o'clock
V, M. June 26, 191 1.
1'RANK A. RICK,
lHibllshed iu the St. Johns Review
Juue 9 aud 16, 1911.
fer e n t
DR. W. E. HARTEL
Ilolbrook Mock St. Johns
I'hout Columbia 1
i.)24 Killiiicwortli Avenue
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Open Evening! and Sundaya by Ap
pointment. Office Phone Columbia 140
Re.ldcut 1'lioue Columbia JH
Firnt National Dank building. .
ST. JOHNS, OREGON.
JOSEPH McCHESNEY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Day & Night Offlco In McChesney blk.
St. John. Oft ton.
Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M. D
Residence, G97 Dawson Street
Ofllce, Plltor Block.
University Park, PortUnd, Oregon.
PERRY C. STROUD
First National Dank Building
ST. JOHNS . . - OREGON
0. J. GATZMYER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ST. JOHNS . . OREGON
Phone Columbia 258
Hnggbloni & Olln
House Moving aud Raising
628 East Polk Street
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your goods to and from
all parts of Portland, Vancouver, Linn
ion, roniana ana suburban Express
Co., city dock and all point acceeaible
oy wagon, rtano and. lurnuure moves
CASWELL & FOSS
Plastering and Lathing
Estimates Solicited. All Work
Sl'65 N. Ivanhoe1 ' St; Johns
Shoes in Our Stock
come direct from the factory:
no jobbers profit added to the
selling price nor taken from
the quality of the shoe. Our
lines have stood the test of
St. Johns wear. Experience
of several years in the com
munity has taught us what
is required both in wear and
style; our stock is selected ac
cordingly and comprises as
many shoes as any other two
stocks in St. Johns combined.
We can fit you.
You can go up and down
our store and apply the word
substantial to everything we
carry, be it Groceries, Dry
Goods, Shoes, Men's Clothing
Every dollar spent in our
store makes a bigger and bet
ter store for St. Johns.
I I). JACKSON, I'rop.
We ore prepared to do uuv and
ull kinds of excavating for street
work and other puncs. We
also handle sidewalk and build
Newton and Fesseuden Streets
St. Johns, Oregon
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No, t for rues and carpets, 5 and
lo-pouud cans Bouham & Cur
No. 2 for floors and linoleums St.
Johns Hardware Co.
No-Dust Waxine sold by Leighton
Hardware Co, Avoid Substitutes
Crescent Chemical Co.
526 Washington St.
Phone Main 1264
If you have the itch, don't scratch.
It does not cure the trouble aud it
makes the skin bleed. Apply Bal-
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in gently on the aTected parts. It
relieves itching instantly and a few
applications removes the cause, thus
performing a permanent cure. Price
25c, 50c and il per bottle. Sold by
St. J oh us Pharmacy,
Presch Ui gospel of St. Jotuu.
Not a luxury but n necessity,
somethiiiK evtiy l.t n i ctight to
have. Satisfactory estimates n
new or repair work.
3QJ R. Jersey St. Phone Columbia 91
See us for the Choicest Cuts ol
the Best Meats Obtainable
Orier TMtd and ramify Trade SotkJUd.
T. P. WARD, Proprietor.
St. Johns Laundry
Thoroughly equipped for all kiuds
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Up-to-date In every respect,:
Prompt and efficient service guar-
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