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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
DoolrJ to the InlrrcKi ol (he PcnlniuU, IhtfMicuUcturlng Ccnttr ol the North wot
ST. JOHNS, OKHGOX, FRIDAY, DKCKMIHiK a, 1905.
MADE HIM HAPPY.
Council (lets Itii5 and (lood-Nn.
lured While Doing Ihislncss.
Moutlay night was the regular
! meeting of tlic city council ami J.
II. Shields was tin?' one missing
member of the Hock. Minor King
minutes the city
fiat a liond for a deed had Ikx-ii
executed ly Mr. and Mis. Christ
Oilnie for the city halt site and
that $200 had been receipted for by
them to hold the bat gun. The
r oiki was in ine sum ot ;.jooo,
and the deeds had been sillied and
CL .witnessed for the tract, so that in
'PnlhcrM .Maples Ami W ife l;iiJo
(lifts At ThanKsglving.
Through tliethoughtfulnessof I).
Perkins a liberal donation of
Thanksgiving "fixin's" ueteseut
to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Maples the day k'fore Thanks-
of the previous giving. On Tuesday Mr. Perkins
attorney stated 'suggested to a number of citizens
that it won M be a nice bit of work
to leave a few packages of eatables
at Raser's store from which point ;
he would see that all deliverieti t
were projwrly sent. !
home ol tnose to wliom the mat-
ter was mentioned actually forgot
about the affair but there were
any case they might be turned over 'enough who rcmcmhctcd it to
St. Johns Land Co.
IMIONI: UNION ,1101
W .to the city when the lem.iiiiiiig
$$$00 was palil by tue city.
AND BE HAPPY
Acme Lumber Company
!ctition signed by all the
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CV I praying for the grading and side-
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Jersey street to Hayes street, and
a motion to accent and act upon
the petition uuaiiimuusly tan led.
This is thcstrcet just south of and
parallel with John ticct, and
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liouci;cs ine lauiiiuy, .mciuooisi
church, and the Oihiise block on
Jersey street, just .south of the
The city engineer was ordered to
at once make proper surveys and
The city engineer was also
ordered to at once carry out im
provement, specifications from
Hurliugtoii street by way of Salem
street and PitUburg street to the
ferry lauding. These are the same
streets discussed at a previous
An ordinance was nt offered by
J. H. Offncr for vacation of a tor-
WE CARRY "ODD" SASH IN STOCK
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St. Johns "D."
ST. JOHNS SASH AND DOOR CO.
pH0NE SCOTT 4063 JERSEY STREET
-e icon 4065 jt. mm, or
vare, Tinware, Plumbing t
Tin Roofs, Gutters, etc.
Dray and Baggage
Phone Scott 1308.
Piano Moving a Specialty.
Leave order at Wackburn'i Furniture
store and they will receive prompt
"For Rent" and "For
cards for sale at this office.
make a line shoiviuu. The result
was not only enough for a dinner
but for many another meal besides:
and Mr. Maples brings us the
following card of thanks for pub
lication: "To Citizens of St. Johns:
Greeting: Our heart! were made
glad by the caitload of groeciics
and goods brought to us the day
before Thanksgiving. We wcte
greatly surprised at the whole af
fair and we not only thank Mr. and
Mrs. Perkins but nil those so kindly
Mk. and Mks. Mah.hs."
Our readers mcst not infer that
the family is in dire need or dis
tressor Is suffering in any way
Indeed, Mr. Maples is much letter
off than many as he has a home
that he could sell today for $2000,
or crhaps $2500 and there Is no
encumbrance upon It.
He Is far older than ieople would
for a moment imagine. lie was
born in 1S21 making him in his
85th year but he could give many
tion of Charleston street for the use a younger man a very hard ttissct.
and emolument of Mr. Rankin, 1 He is cranky on many olnts but
but the same not being drawn when he- oikmis tip In lines of dis
according to the laws of the city it mission he Is found to be very
was not considered. ; broad in his beliefs and strictly
A number of communications original in his expressions. Mr.
trout, city Huginccr Goodrich weie Maples declares that
rend. Some of these have appeared 1 St. Johns will be a magnificent one
in full in the columns of Tint Kit- and that it will be the second city
vntw. One, however, stroke of the in the state before many years.
condition of tha Jcnws.,iu .ouooft .
James Johns additions and uieii-j ciinili n 1111r nnni
tioued the present crude and iin- OnUULu mMC UUlm.
perfect manner of the boundaries. '
Mr. Goodrich facetiously said that
some ol the lines Had apparently
Ihx'ii run "by guess and by ," ,
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.i..finii.. nritm. um inLiMi. I acre is an opportunity now
rite thread-bare subjects of J01'" ." " '"
Chicano and Gresham streets were wihcii win give inucii prom
the future of 1
Chuioc Httsittess lots on Jersey
25x100, $1000.00 and upward.
lots will double in value iu one vcar.
too lots, two blocks from
car line, for $7000. Regu
lar price, $10,500. Owner
will sell at this price for
THIS WEEK ONLY
lots iu St. Johns Park, 50x106,
i6-fcet alleys $250.00 and up
wards $5.00 down and $5.00 per mouth.
There Is Ample Opportunity
til. 1 1 a.
iiinic 110011 snowing.
taken up. The report 011 these
streets by cx-Kugiiicvr Smith hud
once ueeu adopted lint the
present engineer refused to accept
those figures: he did not feel like
endorsing another man's work and
neiice to this community.
The dockage facilities of Port
laud are decidedly limited. There
is a great desire to establish a dock
for the new Alaska boat line now
under contemplation ami if St.
shouldering any blame which might Jl,,,f wW make n public dock
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flic council, however, concluded f"""ms V1, !"c, ,mu C0U1U "u CMal"
to once more adopt the former en- !,,, "f l,",lv, , ,
trincer's report upon these streets iu 1 is " lUL'r )f liHrlatice to
order to exiedite matters and avoid vwy pro)eriy owner 11 tins vicin
additional exmiisc: and this was l'. it IionIl be lookeil after
ny tnose interested in ine city. 11
arrangements could be made to
have such a dock here iu St. Johns
a suitable concession should be
made by the city officials.
Do it now I
pa' and adopted toward d tty PorKi
end. The district embraced .SrH. f mJ ' ? ttl"
Improvcmeut ordinances were
Kissed and adopted regarding
Thompson street from Myers to
Lively ($977.20); Lively Mrcct
from Thompson to Catlin ($ioo.-
5o)r and Catlin street from Lively
to Jersey ($318). The residents
along these streets are very anxious
to have this work completed.
The council took up the matter
of a fire district and an ordinance
extends from John .street to Kcssen
den along Jersey and in width
varies from 200 to 400 feet. It
provides that only brick or stone
shall Ik used in construction of all
buildings although steel will le
permitted. All repairs on present
buildings shall be made only under
aipervision of the lire chief and
lis word shall be law.
The ordinance granting licenses
passed the second reading and
was then held over till the ad
journed meeting Wednesday even-
ng. It is tue most stringent
ordinance ever seen in any com
munity -and even the most exact-
St. Johns Land Co
St. JollllS IMionc Union 3 1 01 OrCJJOIl
Hraucli Office and Agency on (he Ground.
There was u well attended
V. C. T,
formation of a
much interest to the occasion.
These were Mrs. Whitesides, a
prominent W. C. T. I J. official;
Miss Frances Gnttshall, another
official; H, I.ee Paget; and Mr.
Rutherford, a young attorney for
the prohibition party.
The following officers were elec
ted: President Mrs. A. H. WiUou;
recording secretary--Mrs. V. I).
Weeks; corresjondiug secretary
Mrs. Cook; treasurer Mrs. Hatch.
The vice presidents are to be
Do not forget we curry a full line of
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Underwear
at right prices. Phone Union d()66.
COUCH & CO.
Fixed Nice Now.
Druggist ICIIiott has taken a
streak to add to the attractiveness
of his stort and the new stock
ug prohibitionist could have no
ick on it. It will surely, 11 passed,
tend to keep tne l umuer OI sa,oous , ules ,,is slldvi;S sh(m. that
all groggeries, Mr. Unce, even,
so far relented from his stolidity,
J. J. KADDERLY
Of all Kinds.
Sole Agent for
that he arose with a grim smile and
"That's a brick!"
The council then adjourned to
Weduesday evening, December 0.
he knows how to do it. He will
continue to add to the store
fittings, because, as he asserts,
"there's going to be nothing nicer
anywhere, and my growing pat
ronage demands the best there
, Several quarts of rain fell this
Insure with the Peninsula Hank. ! week.
Universal Stoves and Ranges
Do not fail to see the Universal
Steel Range before purchasing
141-143 Fird Slreel, Odd Fellows Building, Portland, Oregon. Phone Main 1382
L Four Brick Blocks Under WayooooeoooJ
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