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ST. JOHNS REVIEW
w ,1 public meeting held nt (lie city
y Wednesday evening 2ml n.st.,
S ,.n.'aMiiti..ii of tho bt. .Johns
l' iiillIl'ICI, I Association WHS ClR'CtOll.
t'i',' tiliifci of the Association wore
I Ini-I l T. Monahan, v...: To
Tin- in '"' commercial Jclations
'i.iimm. interests of St. Johns;
I,., niiiiitllll "'CHI "i " INI
,. iwlcoiumu' of strangers who tie
... ... i. :, in- icio ; uncoil ratio civic
Vl.ii mil look after all nint
t'n of V ",l commercial anil socia
Inli-icst l" ,w "ismri.
ii'il : C. 11. knur, presi
I .... s a pliord, vice-president; K.
.. iiiitiiii -ocielnry: J. i. lUonn
. ... ...i i ii i'.
Wniiii" was appointed to draft
...'..nun. nitil bv-lnws, nml after
.mm nil " discussion an adjourn
;ilfl ,t mM-ii until Wednesday ev
.... s nt which tuna llio sec
.....I III! i'l I enlivened til tliu sntnc
IMIII '"v -
Tlii' amice 0,1 constitution ntii
1...1,.... . .11-1011. I Ho report was
i .i . i Tit hv-lnwH will bo pub
... i- i .11 in next issue of Tho
T. m't i nml street improvement
iiiHi! '' brought np and (lis
niitl 'n earnestness which in
ilimli" I'!-" It- inlhii'iico of tho As
..uimii i. ulieailv lielinr made inani
fil. iiini " "iixtratos that in nniteil
iH'linti it 1 """ ('l,n " nccompiisii
T. .1. M ''."inn """I Shophcrt
turn' m i '! a rointniiieo in so.
ii.ii n: in i -. II is urged that every
rilirou v- ''.i' ihc well-being of tho
rilvnl it .11 1 "ill Vfspoml to I ho solid
liittnim .' n .iii.'llce. It is lo tho
iktiiiuI lutein of ei.rh imliviiliial lo
nrlui'h miiicl himself in the As
HHiiili. i l,v ' doing results will
..Hiii Ik iiiin.iii'iil.
The libeling iiiuhls were llxeil for
il. iii.t nml iliinl Wednesday oven
ini;.. ..nil month. Tho next mooting
Vill he Nov. llilli. at the city Hull.
Tlie ily Council nicl in regular sos
mmi Mnii iiv evcninir. Present: .May
nr t i Ciiinrilmou Mnnnhan, Hurl-
limi. Hi clu' iiiul Hamilton. I he ses
hum .! a H.mowhat amusing one. An
mi lit. i' prohibiting slock horn run
iui' nl large was presented, nml pas.
.1 . ii.. . I . ..' I .......I!.... 'I'l.....
Nil I 111 IIITI mill r.'i'i.iui nulling, i in ii
(lie lull intoned. The hall was crowd
nl Willi liiilli advocates and oppon
iiit" f the measure. After the ordi
nance was read the outsiders oHMicd
, mill i. ti i led on the discussion, nlmnM
l.i tin' c.i'hi!oit of the legislators.
A Mine or more cili.cn occupied
mil' lM-ir's lime discussing the mailer,
tutlil hmilly I he city Inlhcrx got n
cl iim lo cay a word. Several amend
iiir!il wen nlTcii d, some of which (he
imlH.li i uracimisly nuivcil to accept.
Ilul mi aiccmcul seemed pnihahle
ii'iil the council seemed disinclined to
.i" I lie ordinance or iimendmeuls,
tlie ii'iiynr very pii.pcrly concluded
the ian;le hy siMiiiiu); the whole
tmttlcr lor Inline action.
Tlie Iicciim. commillce was lustrucl.
nl In draft an ordinance llxiuj: n Ii
renx. lor puhlie halls ivuled for (he
uii-.i' nl euterlainments mid dunces
nlicie ndiuiiioii fees aiv charged.
Tlie ilv lax ordinance was limnht
up mid at llie next nicotine will lie. re
mmiI and aincii.led, as tho present lax
h i! -.inli'il a hciii',' loo liih.
A poiilion from n l'ortlnnd hutclior
linn was received asking thnt tho tax
of .f'2.00 per day for peildlinir meat ho
I. 'I'l... . ...
niiiinii, inu jiuiiiiiiu was promptly
coiishiiicd (o oblivion.
Hills wore allowed as follows: Mar
shal OiKiin services for Odobcr, .f 00 ;
iMann & Ueacli, printing stationery,
tot). Tho hill of Judgo Norllni). for
fi.)() and diybursemonlH, for legal ox
pcnse.s in (ho damauo suit of K. ,.
Wood vs. iMarshal Organ nud ux-Ko-cordur
Minor, was laid over.
A communication from I.nwyer 0'
Xuill's attorney, demanding payment
of .f 100 for alleged legal services was
received. Tho matter was discussed,
I ft I . 1
nun iieconier uiniK instructed to
notify tho nllohioy that tho city did
not owo anything, as no service was
A resolution was passed makinir
i iiu neview mo omciai pajier of HI
II IS SlIL'L'L'SlClI I III till' HUM' i.f
mcetiiitr of (lie council he 7 Insli'ml ,.r
N o'clock during tho winter months.
Hie gonoral conconstis of opinion
is nint t no cow oriinanco no suliinitled
to a vote of the cilixeim nl Hi n ...mi.
iug sining election. Councilman Heeho
is stronly.in favor of the iden.
Tlie ladies of the Civil Improve-
mom hud, wmie (iisapHiinted to
some extent in the result of their
erusado against stock running at largo
are not disheartened and are deter
mined mil to relax l ie r efforts. An
orgniii.cd body of ladies can accout
pnsii a greiu oeai, ami tiro nniil 10
In Full Blast Monday.
i ne nesi loasi i.au ut .o. is an
enlerpriso t lint should commend itself
lo every eition. A substantial Imilil
iug has boon erected, and equipped
wiiii ino itiiesi ami most mot or., ma
hiuer.v, and tho comimnv is in nosl
lion lo do work count lo any cs'ab
lishmeiit on the (oast. Oionn!ons
win commence Monday next. When
in full running order the company will
in I Hoy nimiii thirty peoiie, at fair
ihc enterprise should receive Mm
substantial ciicouraKcmciit of every
A rino I.uslnrs Dlock
lie lino inr.'n bihiv ih.iiu. I'm-mif
lersey and llmadway, is rapidly Hear
ing completion, nml will lie ready
for occupancy n n few days. Tho
trouiid lloiir, consisting of four ex-
celleui store rooms, has hen leased,
ami will he occupied as follows: AV.
. Kduertoii, the urorer: Mi. Muck.
the corner witli clothing ami furnish
ing piods; the middle store i n llroiid
way by .Shepherd & Tufts, real estate.
ami llie itost olllre. .Mr. .Muck will
put in n clot !, of hardware in tho next
store on Mroaihvuy. T ie second ami
third Honrs will he occupied and Illicit
up in clcunut style hy I ho Hotel liich
ami conducted by Mrs. Kich, of tho Si.
The entire block is wired and
plumbed Ihroiiuhout and is a thor
oughly modern building. Tim Cochran
iiiis., who r.ouslrtirlcil anil own the
iiloci;, nave shown romuiemiaiile en
terprise ami an abiding faith in SI.
Johns ami will lealie a good return
on incir invesimeni. J no niiiniing
coxt about if 7,riOI I. It will bo known
as (ho Curb niu block.
Real Estate Rentals
Loans Fire Insurance
.Most desirable list of ST. TOHNS business nml rosi.
.Excellent Water Front Manufacturing and Mill Sites.
A lartre list of desirable Kami Lands, iinnrovcd nttd 'nii.
The location of ST. TOHNS makes it the ideal nlace for
linill(,.r'l'L'lr. fn mi J f!rf .nf ri't'nT- ,. ImnltliT..! ....
.. .....b.....w.... ... iv. ttuu till
ideal climate, making it one of the most attractive residence
sites on the Pacifi: Coast.
It is the coming manufacturintr center of the Northwest.
Already the factories in operation will irivc cinnlovnicnt to
two thousand people.
Excellent opportunities for investment, and special in
ducements for investors.
Write for particulars.
St. Johns Land Go.
ST. JOHNS, OR.
PORTLAND OFFICE: 728 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE