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    ORDINANCE NO. 591
An Ordinance Authorizing Cer
tain Proposition to be Submit
ted to the Qualified Electors
of the City of St. Johns at the
Regular Annual City Election
Hold on Monday, the Sixth
Day of April A. D., 191-1, to
wit: "Shall the City of St.
Johns Incur a Municipal Bond
ed Indebtedness in the Sum
of $11,500.00 for the Purpose
of Purchasing from Jaeger
Brothers and Arnold S. Hoth
well Certain Tracts of Land
Situated Within the City Lim
its of the City of St. Johns,
Oregon, Described as Follows,
to wit "Lots One (1) to Lots
Seven in Block One (1), South
St. Johns, According to the
Recorded Plat Thereof;" Also,
"Allof Block Two (2) and Lots
8 to 14. Inclusive, in Block
One (1). South St. Johns, Ac
cording to the Recorded Plat
Thereof."
I
The City of St. Johns does or
dain as follows:
Section 1. That the CityCoun
cil deems it expedient and ncc
essary and for the best intoros
of the City or St. .lonns to ac
uuiro certain tracts of land situ
ated within the limits of the city
of St. Johns from Jaeger Bros.aiu
Arnold S. Rothwcl! for publi
nark purposes. That the regu
lar annual city election will bo
held on Monday, the sixth day
of April. A. D., 1914. There
fore, it is ordered that the ijuca
tion of nurchnaing said tracts o
land for public park purpose be
submitted to the uuuHiicd elec
tors of the city of St. Johns
namely, as follows: "Shall the
City of St. Johns incur a munic
innl bonded indebtedness in tli
Bum of Eleven Thousand Five
Hundred (11.C00.00) Dollars for
tho purpose of purchasing the
followinir tracts of land, situat
od within the city limit of the
city of St. Johns, Oregon, des
cribed as follows, to wit;"
"AH oi Block Two ,) am
Lots Eight to Fourteen, inclu
sivc. in Block One (1), South
SL JoluiH. according to tho ro
corded plat thereof." Also
"Lota One to Seven in Block One
(1). South St. Johns, according
to tho recorded plat thereof."
Said and to Do held and usee
as a public park and for park
purposes; that the bonds to run
forn period of Twenty years
from tho date of issue, and hoar
interest at tho rate not to exceed
six per cent per annum, interest
to bo payable Humi-annually.
Rcftidii 2. It is there foro or
dored that tho City Recorder is
authorized, directed and rcmiir
cd to have said proposition
nrintod unori the regular annua
city election ballots, and havo
tho required notice posted as ro
nuired by law and tho city char
tor of the City of St. Johns, ant:
make all necessary arrangement
to enable the qualified elector
of tho City of St. Johns to vote
on said (mention in tho allirma
tivo or in tho nogativo at tho
renrular annual city election.
Passed by the Council this
10th day of March. A. D.. 19R
Disapproved by tho Mayor this
17th day of March, A. u iuw.
Mayor.
Attest:
City Recorder.
Passed over the Mayor's veto
March. 17. 1914.
Published in the St. Johns Re
viowMarch 20, 1914.
ORDINANCE NO 592.
An Ordinunco Authorizing Cor
tain Proposition to lid Submit
ted to the Qualified Electors
of the City of St. Johns at tho
Regular Annual uity uioeiion
Hold on Monday, the Sixth
Day of April. A. D.. 1911. to
wit: "Shall the City of St.
Johns Incur a Municipal Bond
ed Indebtedness in tho Sum of
$11,600.00 for tho Purposo of
Purchasing from Nancy Caplos
Certain Tract of LanclSituutoi
Within the City Limits of the
City of St. Johns. Oregon. De
scribed as Follows, to wit
"That certain part and parcol
of Caples tract of land in tho
Citv of St. JohnB. Oregon, y
ing. situated and being be
tween Polk street on the east
erly side; Stanford streot on
tho northerly sido; Tylor street
on law westerly sine, aim wuw
son street on tho southorly
sido. Also that part of Caplos
tract lying and bolng notwoon
Polk streot on the easterly
side: Central avenue on tho
northerly sido: Tylor streot on
tho westerly side, and Stan
ford street on tho southorly
side, all in the City of St.
Johns, Oregon."
The city of St. Johns doos or
dain "as follows:
Section X. That tho CityCoun
cil dooms it expedient and noc
essary and for the best intorost
of the City of St. Johns to ac
auire certain tracts of land situ
ated within tho city limits of
the City of St, Johns from Nan
yCapkss.for public park pur
poses. That tho regular annual
city election will be held on
Monday, tho sixth day of April,
A, D., 1914. Therefore, jt is or-
dered that the question of pur
chasing said tracts of land for
public park purpose be submit
ted to the qualified electors of
the City of St. Johns, namely,
as follows: "Shall the City of
St. Johns incur n municipal
bonded indebtedness in the sum
of Eleven Thousand Five Hund
red ($11,500.00) Dollars for tho
purpose of purchasing the tract
of land situated within the city
limits of St. Johns, Oregon, de
scribed as follows, to wit:
"That certain part and parcel
of Caples tract of land in the
City of St. Johns, Oregon, ly
ing, situated and being between
Polk street on the easterly side;
Stanford street on the northerly
side; Tyler street on the wester
ly side, and Dawson street on
the southerly side. Also that
tract or part of Caples .tract ly
ing and being between Polk
streot on the easterly side; Cen
tral avenue on tho northerly
side; Tyler street on the wester
ly side, and Stanford street on
tho southerly side, all in the
city of St. Johns, Oregon."
Said land to bo hold and used
as a public park and for park
purposes; that said bonds to run
for a period of Twenty years
from the date of issue, and bear
ing interest at the rate not to
exceed six per cent nor annum,
intorest to be payable semi-annually.
Section 2. It is therefore or
dered that tho City Recorder is
hereby authorized, directed and
required to have said question
or proposition printed upon the
regular annual city election bal
lots, nnd have the required no
tice posted as required by law
and city charter of tho City of
St. Johns, and make all necessa
ry arrangements to enable the
qualified electors of the City of
ou dunlin ui vmv uii hiiiu (iwua-
tion in the affirmative or in the
CU 1- 1 ....!. 1
negative at the regular annua
city election.
Passed by the Council this lOt
day of March. A. ).. 1)1-1.
Disapproved by the Mayor this
17th day or March, A. Ih, 191
Mayor.
Attest: .
City Recorder.
Passed over tho Mayor s veto
March 17. 191-1.
Published in the St. Johns Re
view iwarcn zu, iui-1.
ORDINANCE NO. 593
An Ordinance Authorizing Cor
tain Proposition to bo Submit
ted to tho Qualified Electors o
the City of St. Johns at tho
Rogular Annual City Election
Held on Monday, tho Sixt
Day of April. A. I).. 191-1
"Shall the City of St. Johns
Incur a Municipal Bonded In
dobtodnoss in tho Sum of $10.
U00.00 for the Purpose of Pur
chasing lrom .lulius Markwar
and C. J. (luilden Certain
Tract of Land Situated With
in tho City Limits of tho City
of St. John. Described
as
Follow, to wit: "Tho south
erly onohiilf (J) of Lot Eigh
toon (18). North St. Johns
containing 1215x200 feet. Also
tract as follows: Beginning at
tho corner of lot 15. 10, 17
and 18 of North St. Johns, as
tho same appears on tho plat
thereof recorded in ollico of
County Clerk, Multnomah
county. Oregon; running then
southeasterly along tho bound
ary line between said lots 10
and 17, 107.5 1 foot to a stake,
which is tho point of begin
ning of the hereinafter des
cribed proporty: thonco south
wostorly along tho linoimrnllo
with the lino between said lots
17 and 18. 2(50 feot to tho con
tor of Edison street in sail
North St. Johns; thence south
oastoriy along tho center ot
Edison streot 1.12.10 feet to
tho center of St. Johns nvonuo
in said North St. Johns
llwiuMt linrthwoKtnrlv nlnntr
the eonter of said St. Johns
avenue 2(10 feet : thonco north
westerly along tho lino bo
tween said lot 1(5 and 17 ami
an easterly oxtonsion thereof
1112.4(5 feot to tho place of bo-
ginning, containing .79 acros,
more or loss. Also a tract bo-
ginning at tho corner of lots
15. 10, 17 and 18 of North St.
Johns, as tho same appears on
tho plat recorded in the office
of the County Clerk of Multno
niah county, Oregon: running
thence southwesterly along tho
line between tho lot 17 and
18 to tho centor of Edison
streot 107.51 foet to a stake;
thence northoastorly along a
lino parallel with tho lino be
tween lots 17 nnd 18. 2(50 feet
to tho boundary lino botweon
lots 10 and 17; thence north
westerly along tho said bound
ary lino botwoon lots 10 and
17, 107.45 foot to the point of
beginning, containing one
aoro, more or loss."
Tho City of St. Johns does or
ain as follows:
Section 1. That tho City Coun
cil dooms it expedient and nec
essary and for the best intorest
of tho City of St. Johns to ac
quire cortain tracts of land situ
ated within the City of St. Johns
from Julius Mark wart and C. J.
(iuildou for public park purposes.
That thc rogular nnnuaj city
election will be hold on Monday, I
the sixth day of April, A. D..
1914. Therefore, it is ordered
that the question of purchasing
said tracts of land for public
park purpose be submitted to
the qualified electors of the City
of St. Johns, namely, as follows:
"Shall the city of St. Johns in
cur a municipal bonded indebt
edness in the sum of Ten Thou
snd Three Hundred ($10,300.00)
Dollars for the purpose of pur
chasing the tracts of land situat
ed within the City of St. Johns,
Ore., described as follows, to wit:
"The southerly one-half (i) of
Lot Eighteen (18), North St.
Johns, containing 135x200 feet.
Beginning at the corner of lots
15. 10, 17 and 18 of North St.
Johns, as the same appears on
the plat thereof recorded in the
County Clerks's office, Multno
mah county, Oregon; running
then southeasterly along the
boundary lino between lota 10
and 17, 107.54 feet to a stake,
which is the point of beginning
of tho hereinafter described
property; thence southerly along
a line parallel with tho line be
tween said lots 17 and 18,t2G0
feet to tho center of Edison
street in said North St. Johns;
thence southeasterly along the
center of said Edison street 132.
40 feet to the center of St. Johns
avenue in said North St. Johns;
thonco northeasterly along the
center of said St. Johns avenue
200 feet; thence northwesterly
along the line between said lots
10 and 17 and an easterly exten
sion thereof 132.40 feet to tho
place of beginning, containing
.79 acres, more or less."
Also tract as follows: "Begin
ning at the corner of lots 15, 10,
17 and 18 of North St. Johns, as
the same appears on the plat re
corded in the office of the County
Clerk's office of Multnoma
county. Oregon: running thence
southwesterly along tho line be
tween lota 17 and 18 to the center
of Edison street 107.54 feet to
stake; thonco northeasterly along
a line parallel with the line be
tween lots 17 and 18, 200 feet
to the boundary lino between
lots 10 and 17: thence northwest
erly along the said boundary
lino between lots 10 and 17, 107.
54 feet to the point of beginning.
containing one acre, more or
loss.'"
Said land to be held and used
as a public park and for park
purposes; that said bonds to run
for a period of Twenty years
from tho dat of issue, and bear
interest at the rate not to exceed
six per cent per annum, interest
to be paid semi-annually.
Section 2. It is. therefore, or
dered that tho City Recorder is
authorized, directed and remur
cd to have said proposition
printed upon the regular annua
city election ballots, and have
the required notice posted as ro
quired by law and tho city char
tor ot tho Lily oi St. Johns
and mnKo av necessary arrange
moms to enable the qualified
oloctors of tho City of St. Johns
to voto in tho nllirmativo or in
tho negative on said pronosition
at tho rogular annual city elec
tion.
Passed by the Council this
10th day of March. A. D.. 1914.
Disapproved by the Mayor this
17th day or March, A. U 1914
Mayor.
Attest:
City Recorder.
Passed over tho Mnyoi's veto
Mrach 17. 1914.
Published in the St. Johns Re
viow March 20, 1914.
ORDINANCE NO. 591.
An Ordinance Authorizing Cor
tain Proposition to bo Submit
ted to the Qualified Electors
of tho City of St, Johns at the
Kogular Annual City Election
Held on Monday, tho Sixth
Day of April. A. D.. 1914
"Shall tho City of St. Johns
Incur a Municipal Bonded In
debtedness in the Sum of $5.
000.00 for tho Purpose of Pur
chasing from H. H, Tinker t
Tract of Land Situated With
in tho City Limits of the City
of St. Johns, Described as Fob
lows, to wit; Beginning at a
point in Section 0. T. 1. N. R.
I. E. W. M. in the northeast
sido lino of a 25 aero tract of
land conveyed to A. L. Max
well by Philip T. Smith nnd
wife by deed dated the 11th
day of May, 189S, and record
ed in book 250, pago 5, of tho
public records of deeds of said
Multnomah county, which
point of beginning is north 71
dogrees, west 520 feet from
the northeast corner of said
25 acre tract; thonco south 19
degreos, west 335.1 feet to tho
northwest corner of land own
ed by Emma Summerfield;
thence north 71 degrees, west
200 feet: thenco north 19 de
grees, east 835.1 feet to said
northeast corner line of said
25 acre tract; thenco south 71
degrees, east 200 feet to point
of beginning, containing two
acres, more or less." Also,
"Beginning at a point in sec
tion 0. T. 1, N, R. 1. E. of W.
M.. which point of beginning
is south 19 dogrees, west 835.1
feot from a point in the north
oast side lino of a 25 acre
tract of land conveyed to A.
L. Maxwell by Philip T. Smith
and wife by
11th, 1S9S.
deed dated May I
aid recorded in 'county, which point is north 71
Wo
v. ' ill K' r
ffi
Usually stores of the character of a Genera Store buy from about
the same jobbing lines and all havo very much the same sort of merch
andise. Business in St. Johns has attained a size now where exclusive agen
cies can be commanded and these are the lines we endeavor to follow.
Our Dry Goods Department controls the agency for (he Warner Corsets, the Buster Brown and the Wundcr-
Itosc, the Puritan and Athena Under-niuslins and the Criterion Dresses for children and
gory controls the St. Johns
Peck Suits for Aleii and Headlight Overalls.
BON
book 520, pago f. records of
deeds of Multnomah county,
which point is north 71 de
grees, west 520 feet from
northeast comer of said 25
acre tract, and from said point
of boginning, running south
11) degrees, west 1071 feet;
thenco north 71 degreos, west
200 foot; thonco north 19 de
grees, oast 1071 feet; thenco
south 71 dogrees, east 2G0 feot
to pointof beginning, contain
ins 1 aero.
The City of St. Johns does or
dnin as follows:
Section 1. Tho City Counci
dooms it expedient nnd neees
sary and for tho best interest o
tho city to acnu'ro certuin tract
of land from H. H. Tinker for
public park purpose. That tho
rogu ar annua c ty elect on wi
be hold on Monday, the sixth
day of April, A. D 1911; there
fore, it is ordered that the ques
tion of purchasing said tracts o
land for park purposo bo sub
mitted to the qualified electors
of the city of St. Johns, nnmely,
as tollows: "Shall the city of
St. Johns incur a municina
bonded indebtedness in tho sum
of Five Thousand ($5,000.00)
Dollars for tho purposo of pur
chasing a tract of land situated
within tho city of bt. Johns, Or
egon, described as loilows, to
wit: Beginning at a point in
Section 6, T. 1, N. Range ono
East of tho Willamette Meridian
in the northea.it aide line of a 25
acre tract of land convoyed to A.
L. Maxwe by I'hilip T. Smith
nnd wife by deed dated the 11th
day of May, 1898, and recorded
m book 250. pago 5. of tho public
records of deeds of said Multno
mah county, which point of be
ginning is north 71 degrees.
west 520 feet from the northeast
corner ot said 25 acre tract;
thenco south 19 degrees, west
835.1 feet to tho northwest cor
ner of land owned by Emma
Summerfield; thenco north 71
degrees, west 260 feet: thenco
north 19 degrees, east 335.1 feot
to said northeast line of said
25 acre tract; thenco south 71 de-
rgees, east 260 feet to a point of
beginning, containing 2 acres,
moro or less.
Also a tract as follows: Be
ginning at a point in Section 6.
Township One. North Range
One, East of Willamette Meridi
an, wincn point ot beginning is
south 19 degrees, west 335.1 feet
from a point in the northeast
side line of a 25 acre tract of
land conveyed to A. L. Maxwell
by Philip T. Smith nnd wife by
deed dated May 11th. 1S9S. and
recorded in book
in book 250. page o.
records of deeds of Multnomah
agency for Regal Shoes,
For The Garden! The Grocery Department displays the Luther Burbanlf
Seeds. With a purchase of $i.'oo a book on flower culture written by Mr. Burbank is
given. This book is not sold but can only be had with the purchase of seeds amount
ing to $r.oo.
Would you grow your flowers with the idea of getting the best results?
The Burbauk authority is the best the world affords.
HAM
degrees, west 520 feet from the:
northeast corner of said 25 acroi
tract, nnd from said point of be-
ginning, running south 19 de-i
green, west 1671 feet; thenco
norm 71 uegrees, west ztu loot; certain tracts ot land situated
thonco north 19 degreea. east, within tho city limits Of tho city
1071 feet; thence south 71 de-,of St. Johns from G. E. Johnson,
groos, east 200 feet to point of ( Axel Larson, P. J. Skogseth and
boginning.containing ono acre." Charles Woodhouse. Jr., for pub-
Said land to bo hold nnd used
as n public park and for park
purposes. That said bonds to
run for a period of Twenty years
from date of issue, and bear in-i
tcrest at tho rate not to exceed
six por cent nor annum, interest! for public park purposes bo sub -
payable semi-annually. imitted to tho qualified electors
Section 2. It is, therefore, or- j of tho city of St Johns, nnmely.
uereu mat tlio (Jity uecorder is
authorized, directed and requir
ed to have said proposition
printed upon tho regular ballots,
and have tho required notice
posted as required by law and
the city chnrter of the city of St.
Johns, and make all necessary
arrangements to enable tho qual
ified electors of tho city of St.
Johns to voto in tho affirmative
or in tho negative on said prop
osition at tho regular annual city
election.
Passed by the Council this 10th
day oi March A. D., 1914.
Disapproved by tho Mayor this
17th day of March, A. D., 19M.
Mayor.
Attest:
City Recorder.
Passed over the Mayor's veto
March 17, 1914.
Published in the St. Johns Re
view on March 20, 1914.
ORDINANCE NO. 595.
An Ordinance Authorizing Cer
tain Proposition to be Submit
ted to the Qualified Electors of
tho City of St. Johns at the
Regular Annual City Election
Held on Monday, tho Sixth
Day of April, A. D., 1914, to
wit: "Shall tho City of St.
Johns Incur a Municina! Bond
ed Indebtedness in tho Sum of
$11,500.00 for the Purposo of
Purchasing from P. J. Skoc
seth, Axel Larson. C. E. John
son and Charles C. Woodhouse.
Jr., Certain Tracts of Land
Within the City Limits of the
City of St, Johns, Oregon. De
scribed as Follows, to wit:
All of Lot Three (3) in Block
Twenty-seven (27). James
John's Addition to tho Town
of St Johns." Also. "All of
Lots One (1), Two (2) and
Four (4), in Block Twenty-seven
(27). James John's Addi
tion to the Town of St, Johns,
according to the recorded plat
thereof."
Th City of St. Johi dowor.
ro& efPWNO
Our Stores arc gradually getting
away from the General Store
idea. We are equipped reason
ably well for specializing.
With a separate room for Dry Goods, a
separate room for Groceries and a
separate bldg. for Men's Furnishings
we propose to specialize in Depart
ments more exhaustively this Spring
than we have before.
Florshcim Shoes, Arrow and Silver
& CURRIER
(lain as follows:
Section 1. That tho City Coun -
cil deems it expedient and ncces -
sary and for the best interest of
the city of St. Johns to acquire
lie parK purposes, mat tlio reg
ular annual city election will be
held on Monday, the sixth day
of April. A. D.. 19M: therefore
it is ordered that tho question of
purchasing said tracts of land
as follows, to wit: "shall tho
City of St. Johns incur a munic
ipal bonded indebtedness in tho
Riim nf Rlnvpn Tiinimnnrl Wwn
Hundred ($11,500.00) Dollars fori
tho purpose of purchasing the
tracts of land situated within
tho city limits of the city of St. I
Johns, described as follows, to
wit:
All of Lots Ono (1). Two (2).
Three (3) nnd Four (4). in Block
Twenty-seven (27), James John's
Addition to the Town of St.
Johns, according to the recorded
plat thereof."
Said land to bo held and used
as a public park and for park
purposes; that said bonds to run
ior aperiou ot Twenty years
irom tno auto ot issue, and bear
interest at tho rate of six per
cent per annum, interest pnya
ble semi-annually..
Section 2. It is, therefore,
ordered that the City Recorder
is authorized, directed and re
quired to havo said proposition
printed upon the regular annual
city election ballots, and have
tho required notice posted as re
quired by law and the city char
ter of tho city of St. Johns; and
make all necessary arrangements
to enable the qualified electors
of tho city of St. Johns to voto
on said question in the afiirma-
itiveor in the negative at the
regular annual city election.
Passed by the Council this 10th
day of March, A. D., 1941.
Disapproved by tho Mayor this
17th day of March, A. D., 1914.
Mayor.
Attest:
City Recorder.
Passed over the MayoHs veto
March 17. 1914.
Published in tho St, Johns Re
view March.420, 1914.
J. U. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
We deliver your (rood to nd from
It part of Portland, Vancouver, Linn
ten. Portland and Suburban iixurvsi
Co., city dock and all point accMlb
Wy wajfaa. PUno m4 furnkura navlay
Indies. Our men's Tor-
Shirts and Collars.
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R. A. JAYNE. A. D.
Olfice over Firtt Notional Dink
Office Phone Columbia 262
Ilea. Phone Columbia 196
JOSEPH McCHESNCY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Djr & Night Office in McChwnij blk.
SL Jehru, Oregon.
'5 jPiano instruction
04....1I. ini All- o a
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Studio 401 Alta Street.
Homier, a ticllt
AUSS AlALENA 12. LONG
Phone Co I urn bU 7 J
O. J. GATZAIYER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McDonald Building
ST. JOHNS . . OREGON
PERRY C. STROUD
I.AWYEH,
Fir.t Notional Dank Building
ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON
TI1AD, T. PARKER
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Rooms 7 and 8
Holbrook Uuikling ST. JOHNS
DR. KAMfcJO
DENTIST
Tlione Columbia 61
First National HunK buiMuvg.
ST. JOHNS. OHEGON.
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
DENTIST
Open Ertnings and Sunduji
point menu
by A.
Office I'bone Columbia 140
Resident I'bone Columbia JS
LAUKd. tODGt
No. 186 I. O, O. P
SI. JOHNS, OltCCON
Bmh each Monday evening is Odd FV
loa hall at 7:30. A cordial welcome to
all visiting brothers.
Noble Grand, ft. It. rnbm.
TtM.ur.r. II. '. Clark.
Kc Stc.. O. S. Ilanc.
Hn. Stc . K. S.tWribt.
HOLMES LODGE NO. 101
KNKUITS Or PYIHIAS !
Meets every l'ridav night at
7:30 o'clock in I.'O. O, V
Hal), Visitors always wel
come, A. W. FICKRL, C. C.
D. F. HORSMAN. K. R. S
DOWC DODGE NO. 132
A. r. and A. M.
Regular communiratioas
ob first WedaesAays of
each month in Bickner'
Wall. Visitors wtlcoipe.
Cfca A.9ffiV!,U. '
A. 1v. avfc, Secretary,
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