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St. Johns is Calling You
Ha leven churches.
Hat a mott promising future.
Distinctively a manufacturing city (
Adjoins the city of Portland.
Hat nearly 6,000 population.
Hat a public library.
Taxable property, $4,500,000.
Hat large dry docks, taw millt
Woolen millt, iron work. ,
Stovo works, atbettoi factory,
Ship building plant,
Veneer and ezceltior plant,
Flour mill, planing mill.
Box factory, and othert.
More industries coming.
St. Johns Is the place for YOU.
St. Johns is Calling You
Is second In number of Industries.
Is seventh in population.
Cars to Portland every 16 min.
Has navigable water on 3 sides.
Hat finest gas and electricity.
Has 3 strong banks.
Hat five large tchool houiet.
Has abundance of purest water.
Has hard surface streets.
Has extensive sewerage system.
Has fine, modern brick city hall.
Has good payroll monthly.
Ships monthly many cart freight.
All railroads have access to it.
Is gateway to Portland harbor.
ST. JOHNS REVIEW
Devoted to (be Interest ol tbe Peninsula, the Manufacturing Center of the Northwest
ST. JOHNS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNIJ n, 1915.
Uimate ideal and healthful.
Matters of Importance
All members were present at
the reguar meeting of the city
council Tuesday evening with
the exception of Councilman
Pornne. who was in Wilsonvillc
Mayor Muck presided as usual.
A remonstrance representing
about 38 per cent of the proper
ty interested protested ngain3t
the improvement of Catlin street
and on motion of Councilman
. Graden proceedings toward im
urovement were nbandoned
Several bids were received, but
all were ordered returned un
Gio. W. Munson urged that a
drinking fountain be installed
at the ferry landing, and on mo
tion of Councilman Graden the
same was ordered installed, pro
vided tho water company lay the
necessary pipes to connect there
The improvement of St. Johns
avenue was accepted, with the
understanding that tho contract
ors would replace two corners,
one of which is too high and the
other too low.
C. C. Ringlc applied for a re
ncwal of liquor license, and the
same was referred to tho liquor
Tho monthly reports of tho
city recorder and treasurer were
read and referred to tho finance
committee. Tho report of the
chief of polico for tho month of
May was read and accepted.
Only ono arrest was recorded, on
a charge of disorderly conduct.
Tho contractors of Pittsburg
street improvement asked to bo
allowed $400 additional on their
contract on the nlcn of an over
sight in making their bid, or be
relieved of the contract. It was
. decided, however, that they
should pocket their loss, if any,
and proceed with tho work.
Bills totalling $689.82 were al
lowed. An ordinance providing tho
. time and manner of improving
Leonard street between Charles-
, ton and Chicago was passed.
Dr. Brown requested the use
of tho city decorations for uso at
I'ourth of July colouration to bo
held at Columbia Park on July
5th, and permission to erect n
banner across the principal
street calling attention to tho
celebration. Both requests wero
granted. Dr.Brown and George
Deerlovo of tho celebration com
mittee, both extended hearty in
vitations to attend the celebra
tion. An ordinance providing for
cutitting of weeds was passed.
It was decided to increase tho
salary of Mr. Rambo from $10 to
$20 per month. He has charge
of tho city's crematory.
Tho two paid firemen wero
each allowed a ton days' vaca
tion, to be taken this month, on
motion of Councilman Downey.
The Great Northern Pacific SS
Co. and tho North Bank system
are shortening up the schedule
' between Portland and San Fran
cisco. The first move was made
Monday when tho steamer train
leaving Portland was set back
half an hour allowing for addi
tional connections from the Ore.
gon Electric Railway from Wil
lamette Valley points and from
S. P. & S. local points as far as
Fallbridge, as well as the thru
train from Spokane and the
East. The thirty minutes elim
inated from the San Francisco
schedule has been taken off the
transfer time at Flayel. The
Steamship ''Northern Pacific"
has been making the run to the
Gojden Gate repeatedly in less
than the schedule time of 26
hours, arriving and docking
there between 2:30 and 3:00
6'cjock p. m. Her scheduled ar
riving time is 3:30 p. m. Twenty-four
hours and thirty minutes
from dock to dock is the record
set by the "Northern Pacific."
In railroad circle it is predicted
the crew of the "Great North
ern" will not be content until
they lower that record when she
resumes service. The" Great Nor
. thern" first sailing from San
Francisco.according to announce
ment of General Manager Jenks,
will be June 30, arriving at Fla
vel July lst.laying over until the
3rd and both ships will sail on
the 3rd, establishing the tri
weekly service from both termi
nals on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Will Build BiOock
A permit was taken out Satur
day for tho construction of a
dock and warehouse on the Wil
lamette river between Richmond
and John streets by tho Star
Sand Company. Tho dock will
be 360 feet long and 150 feet
deep. Three roadways under
neath will permit teams to go
unuur uiu muck, aim maicrini
will drop and quickly fill tho
conveyances. A specialty is to
be made in taking care of tho
ballast brought hero by tho ships,
providing the best facilities of
that sort now on the river.
Arrangements arc being made
for a cargo of coal to be brought
from New Orleans bv n vessel
and to load her herewith lumber
for tho return trip to that port.
A party from the East is com
ing hero to inquire into thnt
matter. The proposal is to barge
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vuui uuwu uiu uiiiu anu Missis
sippi rivers to New Orleans and
to bring it here in a lnrgo car
rier. On dischartrimr her coa
at tho now dock, it is tho inten
tion to load her with lumber for
tho return trip to Now Or cans
River boats will take tho lumber
from there to var bus points on
the Ohio and Mississippi ns far
Under the present system it
costs$lln ton in freight churges
to land Pennsylvania coal at
Portland. By bnnrimr down tho
unto and Mississippi, the fuel
can bo broimht hero at $3 a ton.
Tho freight on lumber by rail
from Portland to Pittsburg is $20
a thousand feet, and much of
the product is boing shipped in
mat way. Throuirh Now Or
leans and by Bteamors up tho
rivers it can bo forwarded from
hero to Pittsburg nt about $10 a
tnousand leet, it is said.
To Keep Clear of Smoke
Five thousand members of tho
Portland Chnmbor of Commerce
mvo enthusiastically joined in n
movement which is intended to
keep Oregon's ntmosnhoro clear
of smoke during tho season of
915. Tho Chamber tself is
sending letters to all correspon
dents in Oregon urging a coop
erativo movement in this direc
tion. With tho dry season just
beginning, it is considered that
calling attention to tho largo
number of tourists coming into
Oregon this year will bo suiH
cient to arouse tho interest of
tho people of the state to tho
gravity of the situation. Last
year thousands of tourists wore
disappointed. They camo to
Oregon exnectinir to seo tho
splendid scenery so widely ad
vertised, and on their arrival
found the brush heaps on fire
irom tne cascade to the Coast
range, tho atmosphoro resem
bling a San Franciso fog. Thoso
tourists loft Oregon in discust.
Oregon is spending hundreds of
thousands ofidollars ii buildincr
good roads in ninny sections of
the state and the work is bcincr
pushed with vigor at this time
in order that tho roads may bo
in readiness for tho uso of tour
ists. All this investment will be
wasted and no material benefit
gained by the state should the
usual practice of burning slash
ings during the Summer prevail.
By concorted effort throughout
the state, the season of 1915 may
be made tho most successful in
the history of Oregon in enter
taining tourists. If their pleas
ure is not interfered with, it is
quite certain that the travel in
years to come will be more than
come, my love, the jitney
Waits: the nickle's in
My purse. My sparker snaps
At all the fates, for better or
For worse. Let's jit in joy while
Lite is June; live coppers pays
he bill. So come and jitney
'Neath the moon, alonsr the
Low grade hill. While all the
World is smooth as glass;
While all our tires are spry,
There's bliss in every quart
Of gas; let's hit life on the
High, bo come and be my
itney queen; a nick is all my
Hoard. Who cares for crrief or
Gasoline? Come mount
My trusty Ford.
Back to the Farm
Would you like to own a choice
ittle farm in Yamhill County.
Oregon? If so. come in and see
what I can do for you. I have a
few friends with choice little
farms who wish to exchange for
City property.-Dr. W. J. Gil
strap. First National Bank Build
ing, bt. Johns, Oregon,
DV a Larfie MaiOntV At
" 3 I J
xne vote on tno mercer
question in 1'ortland Monday re
suited in an affirmative vote in
both the case of St. Johns and
Linnton. According to the mer
ger bill, merging is authorized
to take place thirty days after
the vote has been taken. The
vote on St. Johns was 30,690
yes and 6277 no, a majority of
24,413. Tho Linnton vote was
zz.uao yes and lz.rjz no, a ma
jority of 9174.
The vote cast in Portlnnd was
particularly light. Out of a reg
istration of over 89,000, about
36. 000( votes were cast. Baker
and Bigclow were elected Com
missioners; A.L. Barbur was ro
elected Auditor; the measure
authorizing water meters was
defeated, ns was also that of
closing stores on Sundays; tho
mensuro providing for chnnging
civil service rules carried; the
municipal garbage collection
measure was defeated; and the
mensuro climinatinggrndo cross
ings was carried; leasing dog
pound, reuulatimr iitnevs. chan
ging street assessments, pen
sioning firemen and erecting fire
stops all carried. Tho merger
mensuro absorbimr St. Johns
carried by a larger majority
than any other measure, and it
seems thnt overy voter voted on
tno proposition. In fact, accord
ing to figures published bv the
Oregonian and Journnl tho vote
on the merger question was
greater than tho total vote cast.
Ihoolllc a count, however, will
probnbly locate tho discrepancy.
The Jitney Ordinance
The jitney recrulation mensuro
wuich carried at the Port and
election Monday bids fair to force
many jitneys out of t ho rutin nir.
Tho ordinance provides that ev
ery jitney shall make written
application to tho Municipal De
partment of Public Utilities for
n permit. In tho permit, tho jit
ney driver or owner must desig
nate tho route ho proposes to
follow, give the seatincr canacitv
of his car and furnish other in
formation needed in identifying
lim and his car.
Upon securing tho permit tho
driver or owner may start busi
ness. A fee of $2 a month for
each car carrying up to seven
passengers is required with an
additional 25 cents a month for
each seat more than seven.
Tho jitney must have in nlain
ettera. not easily removed.siirns
indicating his route. These
Bigns must bo on the sides of
tho car as well as in front. The
jitney must start service at 6 a.
m. and continue until 10 a. m
and start again at 3 p. m. and
coiftinue until 10 p. m.
During this time the jitney
must not leave its route and
must give continual service.
Except during the morning and
evening rush hours the jitney
must go to the end of its route
before turning back.
At night the cars must be well
ighted inside. Every car must
be inspected to see that it is in
proper condit on from a safety
standpoint. It must be fumigat
ed at least once each week. Op
eration of jitneys on Washington
street between Third street and
Broadway is prohibited.
The jitney is prohibited from
collecting a greater fare than 5
cents and is prohibited from car
rying mon persons than the reg-
stered seating capacity. Driv
ers are subject at any time of
suspension from business for a
year if they are found guilty of
reckless driving. The carrying
of intoxicated persons is prohib
It is expected the enforcement
of the measure will result in
many of the jitneys beinc nut
out of business.
The jitneys are comnlainincr
bitterly because of the hours
they are required to operate and
the fact that they are not per
mitted to leave their routes. It
may mean that the jitney will
be a thing of the past in St.
State Bank, Willamina, Oregon,
offers on quick sale, for short
time only, the two story house
and three lots at 718 N. Edison
street, and house and one lot at
911 N. Hayes street, in St. Johns,
both for $3000. No trade,
Editor Review: I noticed in
....... 1t,4- tnm.n nn nt-lnn 1
not accept and I think it is at
vnrinnpo with thn vimvn nf n
I IU1 IMIIMV " n v a v 1W II u V a. l
' large majority of your readers;
1 refer to the "fling" you took nt
It stands for the nbsolute sep
aration of church and state, the
integrity of tho American school
system and all other kindred al
liances which ' the. Catholic
Church does not enddrsc.
Of course, if tho last named
conditions appeal to you 1 am
not surprised at the above men
tioned article, but I believe you
were just a little overanxious to
please a few mends of the
Catholic persuasion and fonret
ful of the great majority of the
11 you win oniy notice you
will seo that tlio schools in our
city of Portlnnd are not patron
izcd by tho Catholics generally
they boast that thov have 16
schools where tho young child
ren are taugnt sometiiinir we
know not what, for they are un
der no authority except what it
pleases tho socalled Catholic
Church to deal out.
This is only an instance and
yet I suppose you seo nothing
to bo alarmed at; if not by little
investigation you will see the
same thing duplicated all over
tho country. They are opposed
to our school system but they
tried to work a graft out of it
on the free text book proposition
which I am thankful is no more.
Before taking nnothcr pop
shot nt the Menace be bure
which side you are on, Christian
i ty or Cntholicism. -Yours truly.
N. R. Zimmerman, 916 Chnpcl
btreet, bt. Johns.
Mil . .a
li no article in question was
taken from and credited to the
Groshnm Outlook. It was the
opinion of oho newspaper regard
ing tne Monaco and conveyed
tno inct mat it was charged in
tho federal courts with misuso
of tho mails. Wo know too lit
tic about tho Mennce to render
an opinion of its valuoasapubli
cation. No doubt the decision
of the federal courts will prove
whether or not it was in the
wrong. On religious mnttors
tho Review is willing thnt all
should cling to and support anv
church they feel disposed to-
Protestant or Catholic. If either
do anything unlawful they should
bo brought to account. The Re
view does not endorse overy
clipping that it republishes.
A Splendid Success
One of the most lnnrelv at
tended openings ever held in St.
Johns wns that of the Ideal Gro
cery in tho I. O. O. F. bu dinir
on South Jersoy street Saturday
evening. The store was literally
packed with people from tho
early hours of the evening until
nearly ten o'clock, coming and
going. Churchill's band furnish
ed delightful music for tho or-
ccasion. It is estimated that
almost 2000 people attended the
opening. Mementos of tho oc
casion were given by tho enter
prising proprietor, Alex. S.
Scales, in the way of ice cream,
cookies, cereals, etc. Two hun
dred and fifty loaves of bread
were also presented to tho
guests. Uhe now store is a very
inviting and attractive one.
Everything is well arranged and
displayed to tho best possible
advantage. Mr. Scales is a pio
neer grocery man of St. Johns.
For the past nine or ten years
he has been in business on Fes-
senden street, and by careful at
tention, courteous treatment and
prompt and reliable service ho
has made a fine success of his
business. By pursuing the same
methods with a more central
store, he is bound to succeed
and succeed well.
Statewide prohibition is not
going to make all brewery equip
ment in Oregon entirely Useless.
The Northwest Fruit Produce
company has been incorporated
at Salem and will take over the
buildings of the present Salem
Brewery Association for the
manufacture of loganberry juice
and for the canning and preserv
ing of fruits of all kinds. The
new company is capitalized at
Rev. James Clulow of Wenat-
chee, Wash., who had been a
guest of his son, J. B. Clulow,
in the McChesney block, has re
turned to his home. He preach
ed an interesting sermon at tho
Evangelical church the even nir
of May 30th,
Incidents of High School
Commencement, vacation and
examination are words that
bring joy and aironv to every
pupil; joy for the coming vaca
tion and agony to those who have
to take exams and possibly to
graduates who leave James John
Commencement is usually the
cause for special events in June
and this year is no exception.
Tho first was the reception given
the Seniors, Juno Gth, by tho
Juniors. It was in the form of
a lawn party at the home of two
of our worthy Juniors, George
and Ethel Huirord. The attrac
tiveness of the lawn was in
creased by many Japanese lan
terns under tho trees.
Delightful games were the
cause ol much merry laughter
thru all the evening. A grafa
nola also was one of tho joys of
Supper was served about 11
o'clock, the Seniors being called
iorth by a merry soncr written
specially for them by Ethel
Hullord. Judging by the ap
nlause the Seniors were extreme
ly pleased with it. Each of the
tables was decorated with a cen
terpiece of roses, the Senior
llower, from which flowed tho
mnuzo and inn zo ribbons, the
Senior colors, and at the end of
each a little place card was
placed. Tho Senior colors were
repented, also in the ice cream.
Alter supper tho company re
mained nt the tables and amus
ing games wero played.
lho vaudeville iriven Fr day
evening, June 4th, opened with
musical number. "Mnnrico."
by the James John II. S. orches
tra, this was loiiowed by a
lively march, "Yankee Grit."
Both nieces were much enjoyed
by the assembled audience, and
the Dramatic club thanks the
people of St. Johns for tho pat
ronnge which was triven. The
end number wns tho little four
act operetta." Tho Fall of Troy."
Tho plot was a modified story of
tho uroek poem. "The l nd."
The first scene opened with tho
gods and goddesses just arriv
ng from the Olympian games to
take tea with .humor and Juno.
Tho usual combination of early
Greek crowns, robes and sandals
with such very present-day con
veniences as daily papers and
curling irons was ono of the
fentures of the play. A song by
tho H. S.mixed quartet Carlyle
Cunninghnm, L. Perdetin Fleen
er, Bernice Brownley and Clyde
Thayei was tho next number.
fliis is tho first trinl that over
ins been made, but from enjoy
able music that was given, we
lopo it wont be tho last.
The fourth number wns a one
act comedy. "Who's Who?" Tho
ast sentenco ol the piny sums
up the substnnce ot tho plot,
Everybody is somobody elso."
This wns followed by a duct,
'O. Perfect Day." by Bernice
Brownloy and Maggio Dickio.nc-
companicd by both the violin
Another pleasing selection
wns given by tho orchestra,
The Laurel Brnnch." The
seventh number wns a little
melodrama of tho Wild West.
The setting was extremely wes
tern, as were tho costumes.
"Tho F air for All" by the or
chestra finished up the pleasant
lemptations are always great
this time of tho year for tho June
days look most delightful to us
as wo sit in tho school room,
trying to study, but with exams
drawing near, we must resist
these temptations with all our
might and main. However,
each day brings us nearer our
well earned vacation. We want
to thank tho School Board for
the 2 days given us for tho Rose
Carnival as a foretaste of the
Auto for hire by day, hour or
trip, at very reasonable rates.
Good opportunity for parties of
four or less to make a trip into
the country at a low price. II.
M. Waldref,609 Fessenden street.
hone Columbia 206.
The Governor of Oreiron has
iroclaimed today, June 11. a le
gal holiday in order that resi
dents of the state may have a
good excuse to close up their
places of business and attend the
Rose Festival. It is expected
that the attendance today will
be u record breaker,
ORDINANCE NO. 666
An Ordinance Making it the Du
ty of tho Owners, Persons in
Possession and Agents of tho
Owners of any Lot, Tract or
Parcel of Land, During Certain
Months of tho Year, to Cut
and Keep Cut and Removed
Therefrom nnd to Curb Line
of Any Street in Front of Ad
joining Property, Weeds and
Certain Other Vegetable Mat
ter and Decluring tho Failure
to do so to bo the Creation of
n Public Nuisance and Provid
ing for the Abatement There
of, and Assessing tho Costs of
the Removal or Abatement
Upon the Propeity.
The City of St. Johns docs or
dain ns follows:
Section 1. The owner, person
in possession or the agent of the
owner of any lot, tract or parcel
oi land, bordering on streets im
proved by irrade and sidownlkH
and curb within the limits of
tho city of St. Johns, Oregon,
shall during tho months of Mny,
June, July, August and Septem
ber of each year, cut and remove
and keep cut and removed there
from, for a distance of 100 feet
back from the front property line
and to the curb line of the Btreet
or streets in front of or nd join
ing or abutting Baid lot or tract
J t 1 1 a a
oi mud, an weeds, noxious veg-
ctntion, grass and ferns moro
than ten inches high. Nothing
herein contained shall be con
sidered to apply to bushes, trees.
shrubbery or other vegetable
manor grown lor lood, iced or
ornament; provided that the
health and safety of the public
aro not theroby endangered by
tno maintenance or audi vegeta
Section II. The fnilure to per
form the duty enjoined by pro
ceding section shall bo deemed
tho creation of a public nuisnnco
nnd upon discovery of this con
dition tho Chief of Polico is
a - '
hereby empowered to post a no
tice upon such property in leiri
bio characters which shall direct
the owner, agent or occupant of
said property immediately to re
movo tho nuisnnco, ii) such no-
llco sped lied.
Section III. Immediately nf-
tor postinir of tho notice afore-
said, tho Chief of Polico shall
lllo with tho City Recorder a
certificate of posting said notico
stating tho date thereof and the
place where tho samo was post-
ed, and tho City Recorder shall
forthwith send by mail postage
prepaid, notice to tho owner or
agent of the owner of such prop
erty to remove such nuisnnco.
stating when n nuisance exists,
which notico shnll bo directed to
the last known post otfico ad
dress of such owner or agent of
tho owner or if his post oliico
address bo unknown then the
notico shall be directed to tho
owner or tho agent of the owner
at bt. Johns, Oregon. An error
in tho name of the owner or
agent or tho uso of tho name
other than the true name of tho
owner or the agent of such prop
erty ahall not render void such
notico but in such caso tho post
ed notico upon tho property
shall bo deemed sufficient.
Section IV. W th n ten dnva
after the postinir and mailinir
of such notice the ownor, person
in possession or agent of the
owner of any such property shall
remove or abato such nuisance
or show that no nuisance exists.
Such show may bo made by fil
ing with the City Recorder a
written statement that no nui
sance exists on said property
and there upon tho City Record
er shall place said matter upon
the calender of the Council to be
heard by the Council in its reg
ular course of business, giving
tho complainant either written
or verbal notico of tho time and
place of hearing. At the time
set for hearing such person may
appear and be heard and from
such hearing tho Council shall
determine whether or not such
nuisance exists. If it bo deter
mined by the Council that such
nuisance exists, the proceedings
for tho removal or abatement
herein provided shall be follow
ed. Section V. If within the time
fixed in the notice to the owner,
person in possession or agent of
the owner of such property, shall
fail to remove and abate such
nuisance or show cause as above
specified, tho Chief of Police
shall forthwith cause tho same
to bo removed and abated, keep
ing an accurate account of all
expenses incurred, inciuuinc an
overhead charge of fifteen per
centum and a penalty of $1.00
for each 5000 square feet or
fraction thereof. Tho Chief of
Police shall file with tho City
Recorder a detailed monthly
statement, setting forth the cost
of work performed on each niece
of property or tho street or
streets adjoining thereon.
Section VI. Upon receipt of
such statement tbe City Record
er shall forthwith mail to tho
owner of each piece therein men
tioned, a notice setting forth tho
expense incurred and stating
tho council proposes to assess
against his property tho amount
mentioned in section V of this
ordinance and the objections to
the proposed assessment may be
made in writing and filed with
tho City Recorder on or before
20 days from the mniling of such
notice. At the expiration of
said period of 20 days objections
will be heard by the Council nnd
by it determined and there after
the Council shall by ordinance
assess tho costs of such work
overhcah charges to the property
affected, which shall become a
lien on said property. Said lien
shall be entered upon tho docket
of the liens nnd collected in re
spects as provided for the col
lection of street improvements.
Section VII. All ordinances
or parts of ordinances in con
flict herewith or that in any way
detract from tho operation of
this ordinnnco is hereby repeal
ed. Section VIII. Inasmuch ns
this ordinnnco is necessary for
tho immediate protection of tho
public health, ncaco and safety
of the City, fn that adequate
provisions do not exist for tho
protection of tho public health,
pcacp. and safety in regard to
tho matters herein provided for.
Therefore an emergency is here
by declared, this ordinnnco shall
be in full forco nnd effect from
nnd after its passage by tho
Passed by tho Council this 8th
day of June, 1915.
Approved by tho Mayor this
9th day of June, 1915.
A. A. MUCK,
Attest: A. E. DUNSMORE,
Published in the St. Johns Re
view Juno 11, 1915.
Annual School Meeting
Notico is hereby given to the
legal voters of School District
No. 2, of Multnomah County.
State of Oregon, that tho annu
al school meeting of said district
will bo held at Central School
House: to beirin nt tho hour of 2
o'clock p. m. until 6 o'clock p.
m to the third Monday of June,
boing tho 2lBt day of Juno, A.
This meeting is called for the
purpose of electing ono director.
Dated this 1st day of June.
1915. F. P. DRINKER.
Chnirman Board of Directors.
Attest: J. E. Tanch,
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by J. E. Tanch, Clerk
School District No. 2, Multnomah
County, Oregon, for playground
apparatus as follows:
l'our bwmgs bet of six.
Three Seesaws Set of four.
Four Slides Eight feet each.
Two Giant Strides.
Proposals are to bo F. O. B.
St. Johns, Oregon, also extra
for installation. Proposals will
be opened by tho Board of Di
rectors, Juno 18th at 7:45 o'clock
p. m. Central School.
Ihe Board reserves the right
to reject any and all proposals.
J. E. Tanch, District Clerk.
Take your next picture on an
Ansco film tho court decreed
original film. Get it at Tho St.
Johns Pharmacy, Ansco dealers.
Ladies' button Oxfords and
two-strap pumps, regular $3.50
tor ?2.5U at Couch & Co.
For Rent Ono 6 room house.
$8.00; ono 7 room house with i
acre, $8.00; one 6 room house all
remodeled. S1O.00. Peninsu a
Security Co., Room 5 over First
Special sale on Initial Station
ery on display in our window.
Twenty boxes jriven away free.
Is your name in our window?
Look, at The St. Johns Pharmacy,