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St. Johns Is Calling You
li second in number of Industries.
It seventh in population.
Car to Portland every 16 min.
Has navigable, water on 3 sides.
Has finest gas and electricity.
Has two strong banks.
Has five large school houses.
Has abundance of purest water.
Has hard surface streets.
Has extensive, sewerage system.
Has fine, modern brick city hall.
Has payroll off 95.000 monthly.
Ships monthly 2,000 cars freight.
All railroads have access to it.
Is gateway to Portland harbor.
Climate ideal and healthful.
St. Johns is Calling You
Has seven churches.
Has a most promising future.
Distinctively a manufacturing city
Adjoins the city of Portland.
Has nearly 6,000 population.
Has o public library.
Taxable property, $4,500,000.
Has large dry docks, saw mills
Woolen mills, iron works,
Stove works, asbestos factory," J
Ship building plant, j
Veneer and excelsior plant, t
ST. JOHNS REVIEW
Devoted (o the Interests of the Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northweit
I-lour mill, planing mill,
Box factory, and others.
Mn.M Int III. Irijta r.m!M
ST. JOHNS, ORKGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER t6, 1914.
St. Johns is the place for YOU.
Matters of Importance
- All members wero present at
the regular meeting of the city
council Tuesday evening, with
Mayor .Vincent presiding.
A 'commjmication from the
Portlnnd Railway. Light &
Power Company stated that the
company had installed soveral
arc lights as directed, and also
raised the arc licht at the cor
nor of Baltimore and Edison
streets to tlvc leet lartner up
tho pole. Tho city now has 121
arc liorhts in operation.
A communication from a board
of Aldermen in a South Carolina
city solicited the aid of council
in disposing of cotton to in
dividuals and firms as an invest
ment, in which tho statement
,was made that thero was a sur
plus of five million bales. No
action was taken.
Tho committee on police auto
investigation reported that it
had so far failed to get together,
and on motion of Councilman
Cornell the committee was dis
charged. Councilman Munson
made a motion that a now com
mittco be appointed, but the
motion was lost.
Engineer Burson reported that
Contractor Hahn was ill and un
ablo to finish tho improvement
of South Willamette boulevard
at this time, and the engineer
was directed to notify Mr. liahn
to make arrangements so that
work of completion bo begun
within ten day, or it would bo
completed by tho city at tho con
Edward Wilson stated that hn
had a claim against the water
company in the sum of $5.50
duo him as rebate in overcharge.
arid' ha-desired, to know-what? he
should do about it. Attorney
Parker said ho believed tho best
plan to pursue would be for all
consumers having rebate claims
against tho water company to
present same to Homo city oflicial
.arid collection be proceeded with
in ono budget. On motion of
Councilman Garlick it was direct
ed that an advertisement be in
sorted in tho city oflicial paper
asking all consumers with claims
.against tho water company to
present sumo at tho ofllco of tho
Bills amounting to $003.10,
tho principal item of which was
an electric light bill, wero al
lowed. V. W. Mason, contractor on
tho Cooperage boulevard was
allowed tho sum of $481.05 for
Mayor Vincent appointed Geo.
W. Etherjdge night policeman
. to serve principally in the East
St. Johns district, but tho coun
cil failed to confirm tho appoint
ment. The council at a pre
. vious meeting had directed that
tho mavor should appoint an
additional night policeman
duty at East St. Johns.
It was decided to change
grade of Macrum avenue.
. tho city attorney was directed to
prepare a resolution to this
'An arc light was ordered in
stalled at the corner of Scott
avenue and Charleston street.
Engineer Burson reported that
tho hasp had been removed from
the door at the city dock, and
kthe buildings and docks com
mittee agreed to have the defect
A motion was made that the
ordinance prohibiting street
work on Sundays unless by spec
ial permission of the mayor or
council be given its third read
ing was lost Couricilmen Cor-,
nell, Garlick, Waldref and Gar
lick voting no ;Councilmen Davis,
Graden and Munson voted yes.
Councilman Graden was the
father of the ordinance and
warmly advocated its passage.
Councilman Garlick opposed the
measure for the expressed rea
son that it did not consider re
ligious bodies that observed
some other day than Sunday as
its day of rest
An ordinance assessing the
cost of improving Charleston
street between Hayes and Wil
lamette boulevard was passed.
The attorney was directed to
draft an ordinance prohibiting
the littering of rock, wood and
other debris on the streets by
wagons and trucks, as they Were
driven along the thoroughfares.
On motion of Councilman Mun
son it was decided that the
' council meet as a committee of
the whole to investigate the
merits of the remonstrances
Couch & Company, tho pio
neer merchants of St. Johns,
have introduced an uptodate
feature at their handsome stores
on i'liilaueipnia street, uvery
Thursday, beginning yesterday
from 2:30 until 5 n. m.. Mrs
Fred Couch and Miss Louise
Couch will irivo i'ree lessons in
fancy work, embroidery, crochet
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unci ui mint in wii umuunv ui
the dry croods department.
In remodeling their stores
Couch & Company have now
the latest modern front with es
pccially attractive show win
dows and flnelv lighted rooms
They give S. & H. Trading
stamps on cash sales and also
on charce accounts when paid
full every thirty days. Many
handsome stnmp premiums are
on display in the balcony and
have a redeeming parlor in con
In their finely equipped stores
you will find tho Ladies' Home
Journal dress and embroidery
patterns, Arrowhead guaranteed
hos orv. Ma no No Button un
dor garments for ladies and
misses; tho Knbo and LaRevo
live model corsets, the sale of
which has doubled in tho past
year, and ladies' and children's
In tho gents' furnishing do
partmcnt you will find Trianglo
live ply collars, Paris and Hall
mark shirts. Winona Special
overalls, men's English slip-ons
and a complete lino of trunks
and suit cases, Finko Detroit
Snecinl overalls. One in Ono
bovs blouses, rubbers nnd rub
bor boots, dress and work shoes,
and tho Rod D Logger, the most
popular men's work shoes.men's
work shirts and pants, also a
lino lino of men's dress pants at
S5 ncr na r. hats and caps,
They have an especially fino lino
of men's under garments. Tnoy
represent the M. Born and J. L.
Bowman lines of tailor made
clothing and tako your measure
and guarantco an absolutely per
In tho grocery department aro
to bo found everything good to
cat. They handlo such popular
lines as Dcpcndablo coitcc. Dur-
extracts, teas and coitccs.
Every week fivo cases of uold
Medal butter arrives by express
direct from tho Independence
In tho basemont aro displayed
a full lino of crockery, granito-
waro and fivo open stock pat
terns of English chinawarc.
St. Johns peoplo have reason
to bo proud of tho fino stores
hero and should show their ap
preciation by doing all their
trading at home.
M. E. Church Notes
Tho first quarterly Conference
of tho new Conference year will
be held at tho church next Tues
day evening of Oct. 20th. Dr.
J. W. McDougall, Dist. Supt.,
will be present to preside.
All services next Sunday at
the usual time.
Rally Day services will be ob
served on Sunday morning of
Oct. 25th. Special preparations
aro being mado tor tho service,
and everybody is cordially in
vited to come and bring your
The first section of tho "Fly
ing squadron ot America" win
arrive in fortiand rrmay, uct.
23, and will be followed by the
second section on Saturday and
the third section on Sunday.
Each section consists of three
renowned temperance orators,
musical directors of national
reputation and soloists of great
ability. The "Squadron" con
sists of nearly 20 famous states
men, authors and musicians,
and is headed by Ex-Governor J.
rank Han y of Indiana, The
object of the visit of the "Squad
ron is to crystallize interest in
National and State wide pro
hibition. The first of the meet-
ngs will be held in Rose City
Rink at East First and Morrison
streets at 2:30 p. m. on Friday,
Oct. 23d. Six great civic mass
meetings will be held at the
above named place, one at 2:30
and another at 7:30 p. m. daily
as toiiows. viz; riaay, Satur
day and Sunday of Oct. 23, 24
and 25. No charge for admis
sion. Everybody go and hear
these great men. Reporter.
against the weed cutting charges
and penalties by the city, the.
i! a i 1 i .1 a. l r
meeting to ue nuiu nuxi luunuay
Net th label on your papr.
Incidents of High School
Reserve the date, November
20! You will want to be at the
high school auditorium on that
evening at 8 o'clock.
James John defeated Gresham
High 7 to 0, in n well played
game of foot ball hero Saturday.
This is tho first game either
team has played this season.
Another game with Gresham has
been scheduled, but is to be
played at Gresham. Gresham
easily outweighed our team, but
we made up for it by speed.
good judgment nnd good plays.
In the first half of tho game the
ball remained near tho center
of tho field most of tho time. In
tho second half James John re
ccived the ball and by a scries
of open plays and lino plunges
rushed it over the lino for
touchdown. Sundstrum. who
mado the touchdown, also kick
cd goal from a difficult angle.
During the rest of the gnmc the
ball changed hands so often that
neither sido camo very near tho
goal line. This game showed
where the teams needed devel
oping. Coach White has hopes
of having an improved team
this year, judging by tho show
ing thoy made.
Frank Bugbce. one of last
Juno's graduates, is back at
James John, taking post gradu
Drott Larson must intend to
put in a hard year of study.
seeing he is furnished with a
pair of handsome spectacles.
The night school has an en
rollmcnt of 64 pupils, 32 taking
tho business course and 22 tho
English and arithmetic. Mr.
Babb tiio principal has charge
of tho. bookkeeping, penmanship
and typewriting departments.
Owing to tho present limited
equipment for typewriting, etc.,
not all who havo anp cd for
admission to theso classes can
be accommodated, so soveral
icrsonB aro on the waiting list.
I. G. White has chargo of tho
English, arithmetic and spelling
classes, which will cover work
equivalent to that of tho Gth to
8th grades. No limitations havo
been placed on theso classes
and they aro steadily growing in
number. Students attending tho
day school aro not allowed to
enter tho night classes. Tho
night school is open on Monday.
Wednesday and Thursday eve
nings from 7:30 to 0.
A dozen or more girls of tho
younger classes aro learning tho
game of basket ball under tho
nstructton of Gladys Palmer
and Ruth McGregor. Their en
thusiasm promises to keep tho
game alive in tho High School.
'rospects aro good, as several
new candidates aro trying out
or tho eleven this week.
There is some promising ma
terial for the junior basket ball
team this year. Reporter.
M. W. A. TaRe Notice
All Modern Woodmen of Amer
icaSpecial invitation: Tho
officers and team"of Rose City
tamp will be with us Thursday
evening. Oct. 22. at 8:30. to nut
on tho work in the initiation of
two or three candidates. Noth
ing omitted. The committee is
also planning a modern sized
unch, which should merit your
full appreciation. Also at somo
uture date a splendid 1000 feet
film of our great tuberculosis
sanitarium will be shown at one
of tho local theatres, providing
the proper arrangements can be
made. Remember now to be
present on Thursday eyening,
Oct. 22, in hall over St. Johns
Hardware Co. at tho hour of 8
sharp, prepared to show the
visiting team and officers a
good time and to enjoy the same
yourself. Regular order of busi
ness before initiation. Frater-
ally yours, Committee St.Jonns
Camp, No. 7546.
No. 51 To A. S. Clark to erect
residence on Ivanhoe street
between Feasenden and Trum
bull streets: cost $800.
Dressmaking. Prices reason
able. Call at 425 E. Buchanan
street, St. Johns,
House Warming Party
Thirty-six friends of Prof,
and Mrs. Chas. Boyd gave them
a surprise house warming at
their lovely now home on Bu
chanan street on Thursday eve
ning IaBt. The affair was a com
rtlnfn atintian nti1 n flniirrlif
evening was spent, 500 being
the chief diversion. Favors
wero won by Mrs., Hewitt and
Chas. Muck. A lunch consist
ing of sandwiches, coffee, cake
and grapes was served. The
Debonair club presented them
with a lovely fern, and Mrs.
Alice Learned gave them
beautiful framed picture of
Shakespeare's birthplace. Tho
now homo has all tho built-in im
provemcnts and is beautifully
planned and finished in hardwood
iloors. Tho kitchen is especially
attractive. Present were Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. R. Evens, Dr. and
Mrs. B. F. Rambo, Dr. and Mrs.
W. E. Hartel, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Muck, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chas. Dcrrie, Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Markle, Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Scales,
Mr. and Mrs. .). E. lliller. Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Gammel, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. N. Kcclcr. Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Ingleduc, Mcsdamcs Alico
Learned, Otis Learned and son
Frnnkio. Robinson, Hewitt,
Weeks, Miss Clanton, Miss Lena
Long. Gcnovicvo Gammel. Viola
Gray, Mr. Clark, Prof, and Mrs.
Editor St. Johns Review: I
havo observed a number of post
ers about tho city purporting to
benr statements from lSx-l'rcsi-
dents Roosovclt and Taft, also
President Wilson as being favor
able to "Wet" and opposed to
Dry." I havo posted soveral
posters with statements bearing
to tho contrary from President
Wilson and Ex-President Roose
velt, and wish you would publish
this copy of a telegram direct
from Mr. Roosevelt, which is
fresh and hot off tho bat. Yours
truly, W. E. Ingnlls.
New York. N. Y.. Oct. 2.
1914: William E. Johnson. Anti-
Saloon Lcaguo Press Bureau,
Portland, Oregon: lam inform
ed that my nnmo is being used
by certain saloon leagues and
other organizations against tho
cauBO of temperance, and that
statements purporting to come
rom mo aro quoted to give tho
mnression thnt I havo declared
against stntowido prohibition in
various states where tho issue is
up this fall. I havo mado no
statements of any kind or sort
to warrant such use of my name.
Where I Jmve spoken at all on
tho subject it has been with
reference to tho special needs of
tho stato in which I havo spoken,
and tho utterances which I hnvo
made are public and accessible
to everyone. Signed, Theodore
On last Tuesday evening tho
hilo Christo class of the United
Evangelical church wero most
delightfully entertained at tho
lomo of Mr. and Mrs. U. E.
Buery, 632 Oswego street. Tho
lomo was decorated in autumn
eaves and tho social plans of
tho evening were carried out to
lonor the maple leaf by each
ady present making herself a
bonnet of them. Refreshments
consisting of nuts, candy and
apples wero served. There
wero about 33 present and every
ono spent an enjoyable evening.
The Philo Christo class is
composed of the young married
neon e of the church, and they
aro indeed an ideal class with an
ideal teacher. Other young
couples who do not attend Sun
day school elsewhere are assured
of a hearty welcome to the class
on Sunday morning, and also to
the regular monthly meeting.
Tho Progressive Study Club
met Thursday afternoon, Oct.
8th, with Mrs. Fred Houghton,
Oberhn street, Portland. I he
study was on Longfellow, his
ife and work. Keen interest
was shown ana tne outioox ior
the next year is very bright.
At the close of the afternoon
refreshments were served, fol
lowed by music and a social
hour. The next meeting will bo
with Mrs. A. W. Arnold, IDaw
son street, Oct. 22.
Not tha Ubl on your piptr,
Interesting Notes for the
Afternoon, 12:00 to 5:30.
Evening, 7:00 to 9:00.
Sunday, 2:30 to 5:30.
Is Book Knowledge Practical?
Come into the library and seel
flin Ittnllli v. ri ) rt l., n Ol Ti.lt.in'
nit. viuiiii iiiuuu ujr it oil uuiilia
citizen with library book his
only instructor. This Violin has
been examined by a Portland vi
olin maker and pronounced by
him equal to his best.
; Arc you thinking spending
from;$'10 to $100 for a correspon
dence course? Why not first
investigatojthe resources for the
same line of work that are at
your hand free of charge? The
library is tho people's college.
It every year puts on its shelves
tho latest and most authorita
tive books on salesmanship, en
gineering, mechanics, electric
ityin short, on all the trades
Do not be content with ono
glance over tho shelves of the
branch library. If tho books you
want arc out. it onlv shows that
others are making good use of
tho advantages which you should
bo sharing with them. Make
your needs known at tho desk.
Leave your written requests.
Ask for lists of books on vour
subject. Spend a half hour at the
central library in Portland stud
ying tho card catalogue. Any
circulating book will be sent to
tho branch for your use.
iho people support this, tho
people's college.with their taxes.
j.iiuou miu tuu utility will ouu
to it that they get tho good of
their own investment.
Tho book deliveries from the
central library will be on Wed
nesdays -and Saturdays horeaf-.
tor instead of Wednesdays and
Fridays. By this plan tho weok
will be divided more emiullv and
requests filled moro promptly.
'ihirty-live var el es of wood
collected by tho Iowa Stato Col
lege are on display at the library
What aro you doing in the
way of fall gardening? If you
wish to consult tho best authori
ties on prning. fertilizers, per
ennial plants, roses, bulb, insect
pests, look for tho garden shelf
at tho library.
I'orty now books aro being put
on tho shelves. Reviews of
somo of them will bo given next
Moro firo tests nt tho schools
wero made on luesday. At tho
East school many of tho pupils
were engaged in taking a sow-
ng lesson, but when tho alarm
was given tho pupils cleared
tho building in ono minute und
ten seconds. Tho pupils num
bered 110. A test was also mado
at tho North school on tho samo
day, and tho record thoy mado
was marvelous, clearing tho
building of its 210 pupils in ex
actly fifty seconds. Many of
tho pupils wero working at tho
blackboards when the call came.
Chief of tho Firo Department,
Lee Cormany. and Chief of
Police Poff conducted tho tests
and report that tho children
were well drilled in opening
doors and handled tho chemicals
in rapid and faultless manner.
Notice of Cost of Improvement
Notice is hereby given that the assess.
incut for the improvement of Churlestou
street from Hayes street to Willamette
boulevard, tne total costoi wnlcli is I.).-
070.68 was declared by Ordinance No.024,
entitled "An ordinance declaring tbe
cost of improving Charleston street from
tbe west side line of Hayes street to the
east side line of Willamette boulevard,
and assessing the property benefited
thereby, declaring such assessment and
directing the entry of the same In the
docket of city liens,"
The cost ol said improvement Is levied
upon all the lots, parts of lots and par
cels ot land within the boundaries of the
district, as follows: He t ween Hayes
street and Willamette boulevard.
A statement of said assessment hus
been entered in the docket of city liens
Oct, 14, 1914, and said assessment
is now due and payable at tbe office of
the recorder of the city of St. Johns, Or
egon, ami will bedellnqueutaud bear in
terest after October 21th, 1914, ami if
not paid on or before Nov. 13th, 1914,
proceedings will be taken for the collec
tion of the same by sale of property as
provided by the city charter.
A. If. IJU.-lOJlUIW',,
Published in the St. Tubus Review on
Oct. 16 and 23, 1914,
For Rent Five room cottage.
First Trust & Savings Bank,
1302 Fessenden Btreet.
JOSLTH McCHESNEY, ML D.
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Djr Nljrht Offlc In McChssnty blk.
DR. W. J. GILSTRAP
Physician and Surgeon
Glasses Accurately Fitted
Office Phone Col. 282 Rei. Phone Cal. 196
Office Kooiin 6 n.t j I'lrst National tank niilg,
O. J. GATZA1YER
ATTORNEY AT LAW 1
ST. JOHNS . . OREGON
PERRY C. STROUD
First National Dank Building
ST. JOHNS . . . OREGON
THAD. T. PARKER
ATTOIiNUY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Rooms 7 nnd 8
Holurook Building ST. JOHNS
riiouc Columbia 51
First Nntlonal Iinnk buildup.
ST. JOHNS. OREGON.
dr. j. Vinton scon
Opn Ersnlnc nd Sundays
Ofllco Phone Columbia 140
Kcsiiicni riione Columbia 3H
DOHIC DODGC NO. 132
A. r. and A. M.
Meets the first nnd third
Wcdticsdavof enclt mouth
in lllckncr's Hall, VlnL
CIUU..A. 1'ryjiW. M, .4
A. V. Dnvis, Secretary.
2O0 S, Jorsty Stroot
See us for the Choicest Cuts of
the Best Meats Obtainable
Onftr rUtd and TanMy Trad SIkXA.
T. P. WARD, Propria-.
Wc buy or sell St. Johns Property
AlcKINNEY & DAVIS
Ust your property with us if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Joints
J. R. WCIMER
Transfer and Storage
We dollver your goods to and from
11 p?U of Portland, Vancouver. Linn
ton, Portland and Suburban hzprtss
Co., city dock and all points accessible
by wagon. PUn and ftrnltur avlaf
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Fruits and Veg
etables in Season at
ALEX. S. SCALES
We Solicit a ml Deliver any
where in St. Johns,
Phone Col. 210 501 Fessenden St.
If you are thinking of making
a change INVKSTIGATK.
B. M. Harbor F. Staudemaier
The Columbia Pressing Parlor
Will do all your work at
the right prices. All work
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing
Ladies' Work aSpecialty
Give Us a Trial
Phone Columbia 12
120 Philadelphia Street
Not th Ubtl on your pprf
ORDINANCE NO. 624
An 'Ordinance Declaring the
Cost of Improving Charles
ton Street from the West
erly Side Line of Hayes
Street to the Easterly Side
Line of Willamette Boul
evard, in the City of St.
Johns, Oregon, and Asses
sing the Property Benefited
Thereby, Declaring Such
Assessment and Directing
the Entry of the Same in
the Docket of City Liens.
Tbe city of St. lolins docs anlain n
Tlmt tbe council lins considered the
proposed nsscssmciit for Improving
Charleston street in the city of St. Johns
irom uic wesi sine line oi unyes street
to the east side line of Willamette boul
evard, mid nil objections made
thereto, and hereby nsccrtiilns.dctcrinincs
nnd declares the whole cost of said im
provement in ninniicr provided by Ordi
nance No, COS to be the sum of 3,070.00,
nnd that the special nnd peculiar benefits
accruing to each lot or part there
of or parcel of laud within the a,
scssiiicnt district, by reason of said Im
provement nnd In justproKrtiou to such
benefits, arc In the rcscclivc amounts
set optMsitc the number or description
of each lot or jmrt thereof or parcel 'of
laud in the following annexed iimcsh
uiciit roll.nnd said assessment roll. which
In numbered 111, Is hereby adopted nnd
approved ns the assessment for said Im
provement, and the recorder of the cltv
of St. Johns is directed to cuter n state
ment of tuc assessment hereby made in
the docket of city liens, nnd cause notice
thereof to be miblishcd ns nrovldcd bv
chnrter, which assessment is as follows:
Addition Lot lllock Ami.
Jas.Jolm'8 2d..a 24 $13.ai
4 H4 2-10.4!)
" n 24 219.41)
0 24 14.!M
" 1 23.... ...24D.BO
" 2; 23 134.31
" 7 23 131.3-1
" 8 23 219.4!)
" 3 25 131.34
" 4 2T, 219.49
" G 2fi 219.00
" 0 2fi 131.31
" 1 20 249.49
" 2 20 131.31
" 7 20 134.34
" 8 20 249.49
Total . r.. . . .73070:00
Passed by the Council this 13th day of
Approved by the Mayor this 13th (lav
of Oct., i9i4.
A. W. VINCHNT, Mayor.
Attest: A. I. DUNSMOUK,
Recorder of the City of St. Johns.
Published in the St. Johns Review on
Oct. 10, 1914.
It Is resolved bv the Cltv of St. fohnt
That It deems It uxihmIIciiI mid neeos-
sary to Improve Columbia III vd. from
the west side line of Richmond street tu
the cast side Hue of D.twsuu street, in
the City of St, Johns in the following
manner, iu wit:
Hy KradliiL' the said nortloii of street
to urade ami by hard surface with stan
dard concrete pavement according
the plans and sicciricntloii of the
city engineer on file In the office
of the City Recorder relative thuruto,
which said plans and specifications nnd
estimates are satisfactory mid are heruby
approved. Suid improvement to bv
in accordance with the charter and
oidiuauces of the city of St. Johns,
and under the supervision mid direction
of the city eiiKiueer.
Thnt the cost of said Improvement to
be assessed ns provided by the city chart
er uimjii the property especially and pur.
tlciilurly benefited thereby, and which is
hereby declared to be all of lots, Mrts of
lots, blocks and parcels o land between
the termini of such improvements abut
tlllL' uooii adlaceut or nnroximate tosuid
street, from the marginal lines of wild
street back to tile center of the block or
blocks or tracts of laud nbuttiui! theruoil
or proximate thereto,
1 lint all the property included in said
improvement dlxtrict nforuMiiil is berubv
declared to be "Local Improvement Dis
trict No. 118."
rhut the city engineer's assessment
of the probable total cost of wild im
provement of said street Is flWOO.OO.
That the cost of said street to be as
sessed against the proeprty in said load
assessment district as provided by the
charter of the City of St. Johns,
Adopted by the council this 0th day
of October, 1914.
A. It. DUNSMOUK,
Published in the St. lohtis Ueviuw
Oct. 9 and 10, 1914.
Notice to Water Users
Notice is heroby Kivon that nil
persona who claim a rebato from
tho St. Johns Water Company
by reason of the adjustment of
rates by the Railroad Commis
sion may prepare and present
tho samo at my ofiice, Rooms
and 8, Holbrook building.
This notice is given under tho
direction of tho City Council.
olank forms will bo provided
THAD. T. PARKER,
For Rent Seven room house,
quarter acre of ground, ono
block from car lino; $10 per
month. Apply to J. E. Ilillor,
Secretary Commercial club, Hol