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& CURRIER SPECIAL SALES
Hereafter our regular weekly sale will be known
WEDNESDAY SPECIAL 3j
be advised through this paper and a weekly circu
lar of the bargains.
EXT WEDNESDAY MAY 1, remember the date, Wednesday, May 1, we offer the following:
Men's regular $4.50 Shoes, Wednesday Special, $3.00
Men's regular 4.00 Shoes, Wednesday Special, 2.50
Men's regular 3.50 Shoes, Wednesday Special, 2.00
Understand ns. This does not mean all of our stock at these prices for they nic far Lelcw
the cost price, but we have chosen about one hundred pairs for the sale that arc two sea
sons old. They arc first quality shoes not up to the minute in style but we guarantee the
value to be there.
Extra Special!! Extra Special!!
We have ehenged our line of Men's Suits from the Rolhchild to the f eck lii.e. c
have about sixteen of the Rothchild suits left. You nit n can have these at just C NK
IIALK the regular marked price.
OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN ON SALE NIGHTS TO
ACCOMMODATE MEN AND WOMEN WHO WORK
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Odd Lots of Ladies' Shoes
A large number of odd lots Ladies' Shoes will go at your choice for $1.33.
Many of these have been $3.00, some $3.50 shoes.
Heather bloom Underskirts
We have something like forty of these which sold in most instances
at $1.00 and $1.25. As long as they last these will go at OsJv
At our store you arc known, we arc known. If we deceive you, the com
munity knows it and it hurts. In the city you arc not known. If you arc dis
appointed in your purchase and do not go back,therc are other fish to be caught,
other million dollar buildings will be built. We will give you true conserva
tive bargains. To give us your patronage is to dcvelopc your own community.
We will not buy automobiles nnd flying machines on the profit of your purchase.
Open Sale Nights to accommodate those who work
Ladies' House Dresses
BONHAM & CURRIER m
isses'& Children's Dresses
ORDINANCE NO. 471
An Ordinance Declaring (lie
Cost of Improving Newton
Street Between Portland
Hotilevanl ami Hank Street
In the City of St. Johns,
Oregon, and Assessing the
Property Benefited There
by, Declaring Such As
sessment and Directing
the i:ntry of the Same in
the Docket of City Liens.
The city uf SI. John does oriluln
That (ho council 1ms considered the
proixuml HHiwuiiwitt fur Improving Nw
ton ktriwt from the northerly lincof Tort,
land lionlevaril to the southerly 1 1 in- it(
Hunk shvet, In the city uf St. John,
Orison, and hII objection itwtlc
thereto, ninl hvrchy Mscet tHin,deteriiiincs
anil ilcclurus the wlmle tint of mud iin
prorcment iu lUMiuter )iruvi1tHt hy Drill
usncn No. 438 to Ik- the sum of 1,336, .u
nil that thu ijhhmhI uiiil peculiar hcnctlti
seeming to otti-h lot or jwirt there,
of or tmrcul of land within the ns
ssitnienl ilittifct, hy miMin of nid itn
imminent ami iu just projiortton to such
benefits, iiro in the rrspvctlve niniinutii
si opposite tne iiiiiniH-r or in sci 1 juon
of each lot or twit thereof or twreel of
Uinl iu the following annexed assess
incut roll.Hinl wild HM-iMiicnt roll, which
ii numlicml 75, is hvreliy adopted uinl
pprvi us tue h uient lur Mill lrn
jirovciiii'iit.Hiul tlw ret-or.lur o( thu city
of St. Johns in directed to enter 11 state
ment of the nmiiieiit hereby ntuile in
the docket of city liens, and cmus notice
tuerrot to be imuliMied us provided 117
ciwtiMr, which hsicmwciu 11 h ioiiows;
Lot Mock Addition Atut
1 R... 11. St. John 36.99
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ORDINANCE NO. .172
An Ordinnnce Appropriating
33,5s rroui me ucucrai rtuui 01
the City of St. Johns Aloncy
to Pay the Excess Cost of
Columbia Boulevard Over
and Above the Amount
Lawfully Assessable to the
The city of
St. Johns docs ordain us
Kcrtfon 1. Tlinl llit.rt lit. ntlil herehv I
3'.3N 1 U, ii)noprliiteil out of tin- Cencnil I'miils I
J'M joi tiiecity, not otlicrwtse nppn)tirl.UC!l,
3)34 I o much money as shall be rcquircil to
.Jl. ; jmy the excess cot of the improvement
J l-l6! of Columbia boiilcviiril, lielnj; th:it Kir
'3333 , tiou lyluK between Kichinoiul street and
37-97 , Mohawk ktrect, over ami above the
-J7.I5 amount lawfully itMwillc to the prop
?433 city iHMietiteil by sniil improvement, us
T"' per iiriiinunce 457, 1101 10 vxcceu ine
nmouiil 01 one ininiireii anil cimy-luo
ami 31'iw) ($183.34) ilollnrs, face value
of uiireileeuieil warrants Issued for s.ild
improvement and accrued iutereat there
on to the amount of two and 14 100
Passed by the council this 33d day of ,
April, 1917. 1
Approved by the tuiyor this 33d day
of April, 191a.
A. A. Ml'CK,
Attest: l', A. Rice.
Published In the St. Johns Review
April 30, 1917,
18.74 Mnfinn nf Onnf nf LnrAimmnnl!
'j:3(MUllljCUI UIMUI lllipiUVCIIIUIIl.
Notice is hereby Klven that the assess
tnent for the improvement of Newton
street from Portland Iwulevard to Hank
street, the total cost of which is
4.3'6.45i ileclareil by Ordinance
Vt 1, ...llll..,l l.. .V.11......A .I....1..-
nAl ' 1 wninmiivv iivviac-
lK tl coat of improving Newton street
73-93 from Portland boulevard to Hank
.60,93 1 tlteel 1 CI... u c.. !l,tw. nrn-mi
and Hssesstuj; the property benefited
J"' , thereby, declariiiK such assessment and
.. c"l directing the entry of the same iu the
56-9 docket of city liens."
il'H The cost of said improvement is levied
' nVn '0,s' lM,ts ' '0,s 8l,,t Par"
, . T7" cels ot 'am within the liouudaries of the
10,1,1 H.3'0-45 district, us follows: lletueeu nnrlli
Passed by the council this 17th dy of erly line of Portland boulevard ami the
Aiuirored by the mayor this 17th dy
of April, I9i.
A. A. .MULK,
Attest: 1'. A. RICK,
Published iu the St. Johns Rericw ou
April 76, 1917.
How is Your Title?
Have your abstracts made, con
tinued or examined nt the Peuin.su
In Title, Abstract and Realty Co"
Accurate work. Reasonable fees.
II. Henderson, mnuuKer, 208 North
Jursoy, McDonald building,
Proach the gospel of St. John.
southerly line of Hank street.
A statement of said assessment has
been entered in the docket of city liens
April iSth, 1917, and said assessment
is now due and payable at the oflice of
the recorder of the city of St. Johns, Or
Kon, and will be delinquent and bear in
terest, alter April asm, 1913, and if
not iMid on or before May 18. iQia.
proceeding will be taken for the collec
tion of the same hy sale of property as
provitieu uy me city courier.
V. A, RICH,
Published iu the St. Johns Review ou
April 36 and May 3, 19 13.
Iu cases of rhetttuntistn relief
from taiu makes sleep and rest pos
sible. This may be obtained by ap
plying Chamberlain's Uuiment.
Vor sale by all dealers.
' TAKE ADVANTAGE
Of Our Spring Clean Up
$15.00 and $18.00 Suits for $12.00
Odd Lots of Shoes, all styles, at practically
your own price. Less than Cost.
Ladies' Kimonas at prices that range from
25c to $2.00
Children's and Misses Dresses, ready made,
from 50c to $1.50. These prices can't be beat
Broken lots of Men's Dress Shirts, $1.00 to
$1.50 values for 39c
Men's Negligee Shirts, all styles and colors,
for Summer wear, now only 75c
DISTRIBUTERS OF MERCHANDISE SINCE 1904