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The Mercury of the Kansas State
Historical society tolls a story about
aa early day Kansas Justice of too
peace who Will be nameless here:
Tale J. PH said the secretary,
"wotjld marry, a couple one day aa
Jsetlce of the peace and divorce them
the next as notary public."
One time, as the story ran, a man
surrendered himself to tills J, P.
"An phwat'a the matter?' asked the
"1 killed a man out here on the prai
rie In a fight," waa the reply. "1 want
to give myself up."
"You did kill him, sorr asked the
"Yes, air," was the reply. -"Who
saw youl" asked the J. P.
"An' nobody saw you kill Mm?"
"No, sir. Just we two were there,"
"An' you're shuro nobody saw you?"
reiterated tho J. P.
"Of course I'm sure," was the reply.
"Thin you'ro discharged," said the
J.P bringing his flat down on tho
table. "You're discharged. You can't
'criminate yourself. Fifty dollars,
please." Kansas Cky Journal.
Trouble For Hubby.
At a recent tea party whero tho fare
provided coutd not by any means be
termed palatable a guessing game was
Instituted, and tho lady who won It
waa asked to say what she would have
aa a prUe. She greatly flattered her
young hostess by requesting a slice of
the cake with which aome of them
bad desperately struggled at tea time.
"Why did you nsk for that stuff J" a
disappointed and still hungry youth
asked her. "You know very well It
lea't tit to eat" ,
"1 have a definite purpose la view,",
answered the young lady, carefully
placing tho piece of cake whero there
would be ao possibility of her forget
ting It "1 mean to make my husband
eat It If necesary, to forco It down his
throat crumb by crumb and thus con
vince him that somewhere In the wide,
wide world there Is an oven worse
cook than ho Imagines bis Inexperi
enced young wife to be."-lcnrson's
A Tlpltss Curie.
"Talk about tho tip ovll," said the
traveled girl. "Now, last summer,
Just beforo I left Loudon, I got cursed
awfully. It was like this: 1 had tip
ped everybody on the place-tho man
servants, tho maidservants, tho slavey,
the bootblack. Then Just before 1 got
la a cab a man up and throw an old
soiled cloth over the wheel to protect
my skirts as 1 got In. Nobody asked
him. It didn't protect my skirts, be
cause It was worso than the wheel, ao
I didn't think It was necessary to tip
"I wish you could have seen bis face.
It scared me. He swore an awful
eta. Then he said, '1 honly 'opes the
boat goes down wld ye, that's what 1
"I waa pYetty wabbly all the way
ever, thinking It might but tho boat
didn't go dowa."-New York Press.
Tee teen For Her.
Apropos of those who never enjoy
the luxury of a carriage save when the
, death of aome one makes for a free
ride to the cemetery a clergyman told
ef a little girl standing at Fifth ave
nue and Thirtieth street. New York,
be waa a ragged little thing, and ahe
was watching the carriages rolling
fast' with the most wistful blue eyes.
"Well, little one." be said, "would
you like to own one of those car
The blue eyes turned up, and there
were tears in their corners.
"I never rode lu a kerrtdae," ahe
said softly. "Me little urudder died
afore I waa bom."
The Midnight tun.
The midnight sun Is not visible
south of the polar circle. It la above
Ika horiaoa throughout the twenty
tear hoars at Bodo from Jane 8 to
JaJy 7, at Tromso from the 1Mb of
May to the 22d of July and at the
North cape from the 12th of May to
the aatb of July. There are corre
epeadwf periods during December,
January and November when the sun
la not seen, but the darkness of the
whiter la by ao mean ao great aa
aalght be Imagined. The whiteness of
the saow and the glimmer of the
arrthera lights make a sort of per
The Makings In Chureh.
"I aever knew," said the nervosa
saan. "what aa Inveterate smoker I
am until recently la church, my tret
visit for a long while, I found myself
BaechanJcally rolling a ckjarette. In
fact. I bad It rolled and waa reaching
tor a match whea I aaddealy came to.
easseee I hadn't waked up? Rather
awfaJ, whatr-New York Pm
One ef Our Pet Phrases.
DM any of the Inhabitants escape
wtth his Hie." Inquired the man who
waata harrewtag details,
' "I eMa't atop to ascertain. " answer
i the asaa who la barrewiagjy exact
"It atraek me that If anybody escaped
' wKhet hia life there wasn't much use
ha hie eaeaptac aayhew." Waahlagtoa
A Frank Answer.
"Jet 'Jonas," said the magistrate,
with severity, "yea are charged with
fcaWtul eVaakeeaese. What have
yea to offer la eseae for year of
teaser "KahMa! thirst yew honor."
Mather ef her sesu-Be haa a heaa
fal vetee, aa4 we have bad hla
the ftato ao that be eaa a-
At the If, S. church: Suaday
MkMH :j a. aa., praacanae; ji a.
am.': tisease. "How to be Happy."
jttttsc Loaf a. 3 p. Epwertn
LoMsjr, 7 . w.;-ev worship
Vetoek. Took, "A Uwatiia Full
a H arses.'' 1 Spteodki nutate and a
isles sac to OA arc special
at thee services. Tho
tkoir wtM fo4or "O Ceae Let ae
"CrowaHta," F. N.
A Mil Nye ttery.
According to the Bookman, Bill Nye
once made a abort speech at an au
thors' dinner In London , that waa
much rellnhed by the bookmen pres
ent. Including the publishers, at whom
it was Indirectly aimed.
"Just a year ago," said Nye, "I waa
walking on the principal street of In
dianapolis when 1 met a man whose
'appearance showed that he waa re
duced to the very depths of poverty.
Ufa clothes were ragged, hla face un
shaven, hla hair long and matted and
his feet unshod. Aa I passed him a
look of recognition came Into hla eye.
'"Nye, old fellow, don't you know
me? Don't you know Abel P. Jones,
who was your classmate at college?
"What Jones! Is It really you?
Well, welll What can I do for you?
" 'For bear en's sake, help me. I am
starving. Lend me bajf a dollar.'
"I felt In my pockets. They were
empty. I had no 'money myself. Out
a bright thought flashed through my
"'Abet, 1 can't lend you the half
dollar. 1 haven't got It But look
here. I'll tell you what I will do I'll
let you publish my next book.'
"Gentlemen, that waa Just a year
ago, and ttita mouth Abel P. Jones
sent me an invitation to go to Europe
with him in hla steam yacht"
Needed an Explanation.
A little boy was often whipped by
his father for lying. Ue usually took
It as a matter of course, but on one oc
caalon it aeemed to excite him to re
flection. After It waa all over be stood
before his father hi a thoughtful way,
which attracted that worthy's atten
tion. "My son." said the 'father, "what are
you thinking about?"
"Father," said the son, "when you
waa a little boy, did 'you ue to tell
"No, my son. When 1 waa a little
boy 1 did not tell lies."
"Father," returned the aon, "when
mother waa a little girl, did she use
to tell lies?"
"No, my son," replied tho father.
"When your mother waa a little girl
nli did not tell Ilea. But why do you
nk me these questions?"
"Well." said the little fellow, draw
ing a long sign, "it is tho most mys
terious thing In the world to me that
a father who never told Ilea when he
waa a little boy and a mother who
never told Ilea when aho waa a little
girl could have a boy that tells as
many aa I do."
Plaid and Tartan.
Will the Mouthron over team that
"plaid" Is not a synonym for "tartan?"
Not long ago an Englishman catno Into
a hosier's establishment In Glasgow
and asked a man behind the counter
to ahow aim seme "plaid ties," The
attendant perhaps wondering what
this new and weird article of wear
ing apparel could be, waa completely
batted until explanation elicited the
fact that a necktie with a tartan de
sign waa required. Dickens, too, la a
Burner In this respect for be makee
Bob Bawyer say with regard to wheth
er his political proclivities are "buff"
or "blue"-"l'm a kind of plaid at
present a compound of alt sorts of
colors." Moreover, an English dic
tionary glvea an adjectival meaning
of "plaid" as "colored in squares."
I've never heard auch use In Scotland.
Has any one else?-Scottlsh Field.
Hsll Cslne's Moonshine.
Authors and artists who have be
come well known by means of making
the moon dance in the wrong houses
of heaven are numeroua, but we never
expected Uall Catno to Join the group.
Yet la "The Scapegoat." chapter 23,
on Israel's return from prison 'after
evefital), we And that "with a wave
of hla hand he.waa gone into the dark
ness. It waa a wonderful night The
moon, which was u lu first quarter,
waa atlll low la the east"
It waa Indeed a wonderful night
On ao other sight since the creation
baa the mooa la Its am quarter ever
been seen low ha the east-London
Won't Stay Retained.
This Botlce appears on a Flushing
steamboat: "Passengers should obtain
a receipt for all previaloBa taken on
board this boat and are requested to
retain the same.",
.Baster said thaa done. It remind
a of the old limerick:
Taere was a young man ef Oetead
Who saM lia'd noM ew MM we eaa,
But when halfway over
From Oetend to Dover
Be did what be dlftaft tatted.
At a London board school the teach
er aaa expiaiaea to tae cairarra am
meaning of the word "ability." "Now,
children." she went on. "what word
would expreea the opposite to ability?"
A sharp need Uttle hoy at tBe en
of the ead form bobbed up hla neaa
and exclaimed. "Please, teacher, aoWJ-Uyr-Werk
Oa coming homo from the oatce the
father met Jack and Diek.
"What have yea beea doing today.
heyar he qaestloaed.
Tightta'," replied dick.
"Fighting, eh? Who Bckedr
''Mamma 'did," answered Jaek.-at
Medlum-The entries wea't rap ae
leas yea write oat'yeer reoaeet so pa
per. Patrea-Aay apeetal kted of pa
per? Medium - oertaiaiy-
aeaer.-aK. loom aw.
Dr. Cttdliw of the Grace If. E.
Church will deliver hia faaMtta aac
neon, "America far Cbriet," in the
If. B. Church of this dty acxt
Wsdnoadsy evestiaf; nader the
auepicee of the WoeWa Hoeae
Mhssloaarv society. The Dr. M
serticnurly iaHereatiac aoeaker. aad
hoMa the eleae atteettkw ef hia
aneHewee to the elate. Thia suV
ject ia hia favorite theaac, aad k a
Masterpiece. Ne tiiiaairnat fee will
The following Is an txact reproduction of the contracts used by the 1910 Real Estate
Co. in selling the new 1910 Addition to St. Johns. The admirable features contained there
in should not be overlooked. This will Hkely be (he last opportunity of securing close in
lots upon the easy payment plan of $5 down and $5 per month.
tHjfe fflOtttfttrf, Made
by and between 1910 Real Estate Co.( a corporation organized
Oregont party of the firstpart,
part of the second part.
Pttnessetlj: That the said
hereinafter contained, hereby agrees to sell untojiic part of the second part, and the said part of the
second part hereby agrees to purchase, all that certain piece or parcel of land situated in the County of Mult
nomah and State of Oregon described as follows, towit:
Lot numbered........- ..-
iu 1910 ADDITION to St. Johns according
Mt less Uum (I-
per cent per annum until the whole sum of ( ...
and interest shall have been paid, Interest payable monthly.
All payments shall be made
And the party of the first part
be executed and delivered at Its own cost and expense to the said part of the second part, heirs, executors,
administrators or assigns, a good and sufficient WafTawty dtea conveying the property herein "before described
free and clear from all incumbrance, aM abstract tf title.
And the said deed shall be executed subject to any taxes or other public liens that shall come or be
placed against sad property after the dote hereof, and excepting liens which said second part muy cause or
permit to be ptaccd against said premises, which said taxes and liens the second part hereby agree to pay.
And It Is understood and agreed between the parties that time Is of the essence of this contract nnd that
the party of the first part has theoptlou to declare the amount paid thereon forfeited as reasonable rent for
said premises and this contract cancelled unless the payments hereinbefore mcutloncd shall be made at the
time and place herein provided. And said party of the first part shall forthwith be released from the obliga
tions both in law and equity arising out of this transaction.
And the right Is hereby glvcu said part of the second part to pay at any time during the life of this
coutract the balance then remaining
time sixty (6o) days In arrears, aud such balaucc is paid on or before the expiration of one year from date of
this contract, the party of the first part will allow a discount of five (5) per cent, on the uupaid balnncc.
It Is further agreed that toll the HlMSf W MMVaWable loss Of enploymeRt by the part of the sec-
nnA n-r .,. navments on that caitrirf
been given toand accepted by the party of the first part.but this privilege cannot be exercised more than once.
It is also agreed that ll the CKIt f Ctath of the part of the second part during the term of this con
tract, provided the same has not been
sixty (60) days In arrears, the legal
tlons.or the party af the tint part shall
MMat paM hereea with Merest at six
the Ws ctrirad thereby, to the party of
The party af the first part farther
IN WITNESS WHEREOF
,..!., .i,,l,l nflfWm and the cart
first above written.
Signed In the presence of
For First Class Tailoring go to
I have opened a tailoring establishment with a
fine line of Imported and Domestic Woolens. A suit
made of these goods will
neatly. The cost is less than hand-me-aowns
long run. You can get a two-piece suit for $zo
and see and be convinced.
305 North Jersey Street.
Chief of Police McKlnaey stopped
the mail train Tuesday morning
onsreoeucn to serve a summons
upon the eatfneer on the O. & W.
X. K. for violating toe speeo orat-
' . .a
MBce. aome ot me trams nave
beea passing through the city limits
at race horse speed for the past few
weeks, aad la order to cut thia
dowa Materially, the city authori
ties are taking drastic steps, i he
peaalty attached .to Tiolation of
this ordinance ts 25.00 10 1500.
The eagiaeer was coataaaaded to
ao Dear before the bar ef rsHtaicipal
justice this (Thursday) sfteraooa.
Theahiloaopber's'atoae is yours
if you kaew. hew to spend less thai
you get. lave what yoa eaat aa
see how feat year fortaac crews
The First Katteawl leak w kelp
vea wkh Tiaac Certifcataa af
The Dttwerth Derbies will be the
epeoaeats of the Peaiasala ball team
at f ortssaeath aext gaaday after-
and entered Into in duplicate this
party of the 'first' part, in consideration
to the recorded plat thereof for .the sum of ($ .. . )
...dollars to be paid in Gold Coin of the United Stutes as follows:
..... dollars in cash, receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and
day of each month thereafter, with interest on deferred payments at the rate of six (6)
agrees that when full payment shall
unpaid hereuudcr.aud if none of said
MY be tUKRwtd for three MRtM
transferred or assigned and provided
representatives may continue this
aa reeMst, pay the letl rearmMatlvts
(6) par cent, per immm upon the strresder ef this contract and the release of
the first part
acrees to surface tirade ill streets within
said 1910 RRAi. Estatr Co. has
of the second part has Hereunto
make you look tastily and
Sunday was Mr. and Mrs. P.
W. Valentine's lath wedding anni
versary, and by the way our worthy
ooet master's birthday also the
67th. we believe. To fittingly ob
serve the occasion fifteen relatives
aad close friends of the couple from
Portland, and Councilman A. Han
joa of Baker City, gathered at the
Valentine residence in the afternoon
aad enjoyed a few pleasant hours
together, me raitea can was
kilted, likewise a couple of chickens
aad a feast such as is only found at
weddinc anniversaries and the like,
made the table fairly groan. The
event was heartily enjoyed by all
the assembled guests and many
hopes were expressed that this pop
ular aad congenial couple might
live to celebrate at least if ty more
Hewitt & Wright, the wel
kaowa local coatractors. have se
eared the contract for building the
Battle Creek school house near Van
couver, Wash. The structure will
cast about $5,009,
day of. A.
and existing under the laws of
of the covenants and agreements
.dollars on or before the
have been received it will cause to
monthly payments have been at any
provided notice in writing has
the payments are not more than
coutract by complylug with its condi
tf the part af the mcom part we
a reasonable time.
hereunto affixed Its signature by its
. a e.e t 1
set nanu tue uay aim year
&ea Estate 60.
W. C. T. U. ITEMS.
Those who missed the mothers'
meeting of the W. C. T. U. held at
the home ot Mrs. Scott Monday
afternoon, May a, should try to be
present at the next meeting and the
subject ''Effects of Tobacco on the
Youth" will be continued, as ail
present felt that more could be said
on this stlbject. A few uumbers
on the program had to be omitted
for want of time but will be ren
dered at the uext meeting. There
was a .eood attendance, some 30
being present, and the subject was
well discussed. The program was
Song, The Raven Feedeth me,
so why Should I Fear, Mrs. Carey,
Questions and Answers, 'l lie
Evil of Tobacco.
Tobacco, and Its Effects on School
Cigaretts, and their abuses.
Recitation, Changed his Mind.
Effects of Tobacco on High
Song, Back ward, Turn Backward,
On May 4th, at the home of the
bride, Mr. Arthur Marcy and Miss
Nettie Hall, Rev. C. 1'. Gates
On Mav 4. at the home of the
bride's sister, Mr. Ward Lee and
Miss Pearl Armstrong.
According to the. new time card
that went into effect on the Port
land Railway Co. last week St.
Johns seems to have got decidedly
the worst of it, according to one or
two citizens who have figured the
thine out. Upon a hasty examiua
tion we find that one leaucar leaves
St. Johns daily under the new
schedule than under the old one.
ORDINANCE NO. 291
An Ordinance Providing the
Time and Manner of Im
proving S. Hayes Street from
Polk Street to Buchanan
Street in the City of St.
The City of St, Johns does ordain as
The Coiincll of the City of St. Johns,
having ascertained the cost of Improving
South Hayes street from the southerly
side line of Folk street to the north
erly side line of Duchanati street
in the City of St. Johns, as shown hy the
resolution of the Council of said city dat
ed on the nth day of April, 1910, and re
corded in the office of the Recorder of
said city, nnd notice thereof having been
published in the St. Johns Review, a
weekly newspaper of general circulation,
on the 15th and aaml days of April, as
shown by the affidavit of tho foreman of
said paper, which said affidavit is on file
in tucoincc ot uic city Kccorucr; aim
legal posting of notices of such Improve
ment, as shown hy the affidavit of the
City Knglnccr on file In the office of the
Recorder; and no remonstrances having
been filed, and as provided by nid reso
lution, the Kuglnccr'a preliminary es
timate of the cost 01 said improvement
Is fooi.Q, but shall be more accurately
determined by said Unglnccr,
NOW. TIIKRUt'ORU, it is hereby or
dered that said street be improved and
the time for completion of said improve
ment Is hereby fixed at sixty (60) days
from the last publication of notice of
proposals of said work, which said pro
ttosals must be filed with the Recorder
of said City on or More the 34th day of
May.igto, at a o'ciock p. m. 01 snm iiy.
That said street shall be improved as
follows: Dy eroding the same to the es
tablished Kradc by cut and fill and b
sldcwalkimr same on cither side wltl
X lo-foot cement sidewalks, six-Inch
curbs entire length, together with all
necessary wooden cross-walks and box-
gutters; suld walk and curb to have
expansion joints as directed by the City
Engineer; curb to have four-Inch
drain tile every so feet! hitch
rings to be placed iu curb as directed by
the City Kugluccr.
The City Recorder mall give notice
by publication for not less than three
Insertions lu the St. Johns Review, the
official newspaper, Inviting proposals for
tunning mild improvement.
Said improvement shall In all respects
be done aud completed In conformity
with the provisions of ordinances 160
except as otherwise provided in this
ordinance; all work to be done under
the supervision and direction of the
That the cost of said Improvement
shall be assessed against the property in
the local improvement anuria as de
scribed in said resolution and designated
as and hereby declared to be ''Local
Improvement District No. is,"
Passed the council this trd day of
Approved by the mayor this the 3rd
uay 01 May, 1910.
J. 1'. HKNDRICKS
Attest: A. 61. KSSON,
Published In the St. Jehns Review
May 6, 1:0,
ORDINANCE NO. 289
An Ordinance changing the
Names of Alcars Street to
Olympia Street, of Astor
Street to Bank Street, of
Nicklin Street to Olympia
Street in tho City of St.
The city of St. Johns docs ordain as
Section 1. That the 'name of Meurs
street iu MareiiKo addition lu the City
of St. Johns slid Nicklin street iu Oak
rnrlc No. a and llartou'a addition to
St. Johns, be .and each of thtm is hereby
chanted to Olympia street.
Section 3, That the name of Astor
street in MureiiKo addition to tkc City of
St. Johns, be nnd the same Is htrcby
changed to Ilanlt street.
rasscu uy tue council 1111s 311 uay 01
Approved by the mayor this 3d day of
. J. 1'. IIKNDUICKS, Mayor,
Attest: A. M. K8SON, Recorder.
Published iu the St. Johns Review
May 6 ami ij, 1910.
Proposals for Street Work
Sealed proposals will be received at the
oOict of tue recorder of the city of St.
Johns until May 34, 1910, at 8 o'clock
p, tn. lor tue improvement 01
South Hayes street from the
southerly side line of Polk street to
the northerly side line of lluclmiun
street lirthe manner provided in ordi
nance no, 30 1 suuiect to tue provisions
of the charter and ordinances of the
city of St. Johns and the estimate of the
city tiiKinter.on uic.
Uliismust ue strictly in acconiauce
with printed blanks, which will be furu
lihed ou application it the office of the
recorder of the citv of St. Johns. Aud
said Improvement mutt be completed on
or before July so, 1910. The engineer's
estimate of the cott of said improvement
No proposals or uius will ue consul
ered unless accompanied bv a certified
check payable to the order of the mayor
of the city of St. Johns, certified by a
responsible bank for au umouut equal to
ten tcr cent, of the aggregate twposal,
The rluht to fclect any uud nil bids Is
iiy oruer 01 tue council,
A. M. HSSON". Recorder.
Published iu the St. Johns Review
May 6, 13 aud 30, 1910.
Wesley Crabtree, recently from
Por Union til, Ohio, has made the
followiug record: Was iu the state
one mouth, iu St. Johns one day,
bought lot No, 1 iu block No. 1, in
iqio Addition, bought itrst lot sold
in the addition, transferred check
accouut from Moro, Ore. bank by
check No. 1, issued check No.
for payment of lot No. 1. there is
no reason why he should not make
a No, 1 citizen.
R. II. Keogau left yesterday for
Sagiuaw, Mich., where he expects
to visit among his old time friends
for the next three or four mouths
Take a peep at the Peak Sisters
in Bickuer hail tonight.
It Is resolved by the city of St. Johns.
That It deems It expedient and neces
sary, for the preservation 01 lue
public health to lay nnu con-
struct a sewtr on Maple street m tue
city of St. Johns from the southwesterly
side Hue of Jersey street to the Willam
ette river in said city, with all the neces
sary and appropriate brandies, catch
basins, lamp-holes, man-holes aud Hush
tanks. Said branches to said sewer to
be is follows-
Commencing on Jersey street at a
point 150 feet from the Northwesterly
side line of Philadelphia street, thence
to tue main line on Aiapie street; ou
Ivanhoc street aud Hayes street the same
as ou Jersey street; ou l'lllmorc street
commencing at a point 50 feet north
westerly fiom l'esscnden street, thence
following l'lllmorc street to tuc main
line on Maple street; on Kdlsou street
the same as ou l'lllmorc street.
Said work to be done according to
the plans, specifications and estimates
of the city engineer ou file with the city
recorder relative tutrcto, wmcu aui
plana, specifications and estimates have
been examined by the council and fouud
satisfactory and arc hereby approved.
The statement in writing mauc uy 1..
15. Andrew, city engineer, outlining the
.ir.l.l... I., t.l- ntt..lrtt Ufltl (U
tliafclllll 111 Ilia uifiuivii) n... w,"-
cially be benefited by such sewer and the
property mat snouiu be assessed wuu me
cost and expense of laying and construct
ing said sewer nas been examined uy
the council aud fouud satisfactory and is
hereby approved, which said plans, spec
ifications and estimates together with
the statement outlining said district ns
aforesaid arc hereby referred to and
made a part of this resolution.
Said district Is bounded and described
as follows, to-wlt:
D.jlr lint! at the center of block 39 in
Janus Joh. is addition to the city, of St.
jouns, run incticc tiortnweueriy ami
parallel with Hayes street to the center
of 1'csscuden street; thence run south
westerly along the center of I'csscndcu
street to a point opposite the center of
block 1 in Ilv-ars addition; thence run
northwesterly and parallel with! lidlson
street to the northwest line of lot 34
in North St. Johns; run thence
southwesterly along n prolongation of
said northwest line of block 34 lu North
St. Johns to the Willamette river; thence
rua northerly along the northeasterly
low water mark of said river to a point,
which point is lu n southwesterly pro
longation of the northwesterly side line
of blocks 30-37-33 in North St. Johns;
run thence along Die above last denned
line to the center of block 1 iu McDou
ials addition: thence run southeasterly
and parallel with Jersey street to a point,
which is also in a line coinciding wiwi
the center Hue of block AO-aH In InuifS
Johns addition; thence run along nlmvc
last defined Hue to the place of begin
nine, excepting, however, the northeast
crly cmartcr of block i) James Johns ad
the cost be apportioned as fol
1. The total final cost of the trunk
sewer 011 Maple street to be paid for lu
equal amounts per square fool over the
3, The cost of branch sewers 011 Jersey
street, Ivanhoc, Hayes, l'lllmorc and
Itdlson to be included lu uiicgraud total,
and said giand total to Iks Mid for equal
ly per square foot by all property front
ing aud immediately facing any of said
That the cost of curb connections be
il for equally on both sides of the
street by the procrty Immediately front-
Iiie. whtrcver they arc plnctd.
That the total assessment shall lie com
xsed of items 1 and a or Nos. i, a aud
3 where curb connections arc placed.
Tlirt the cost of said improvement to
be assessed iigulutt the property within
the sewer district outlined by the city
engineer and to be upjMrtioned as lu
wld statement provided, nil of which
said property lu said district is hereby
declared to he specially and particularly
benefited by such Improvement In the
amounts aud In the manner provided iu
said statement of said engineer and
herein set forth.
That the property Included in said sew
crdlttrlct uforcsald is hereby declared to
be "Sewer District No. a,"
Thut the citv cut! neer'a estimate of
tlirt probable cost of said Improvement
Tliat this resolution shall be kept of
record In the olficc of the recorder and
shall bo published for nt least once 11 week
tor two successive wceas 111 tue 01. juiini
Review, a weekly ncwivapcr, the same
lximr the official newspaper of the city of
St. Johns; the city engineer within live
days srou;uicnrtipumicaiionoi imnrvw
lutiou shall causa to be iKMtcd in two con
111 cuous places nu the street or streets
along the line of contemplated sewer a
notice Headed: -Notice 01 newer worn
in letter not less than one Inch In length,
aud said notice klmll contain in legible
characters a copy of this resolution aud
the date ol its passage; and the city en
gineer shall file au affidavit of the posting
of such notices and the places where the
same have been posted, with tnc city
That remonstrances may be filed
by the owners of uny property with
in the improvement district within fif
teen days from the first publication of
Adopted this 3d day of May, 1910.
A. M. KSSON, Recorder.
Published iu th St. Johns! Review
May 6 and 13, 1910,
It is resolved by the City of St. Johns:
WIIItiUtAS. the council of tho city
of St. Johns, Orcgou, deems it expedient
uud necessary to change the grade of
lltirliugton street at points iicjeinuucr
named, therefore, be it
RHSOI.VJJI), That the council Hereby
leclares its intention to chnuue the
grade of the center Hue of llurllugtou
street Irom lis present grade and csiuu
lish the same above the base of the city
grades as follows:
At the center line of Oresham street
from elevation oi 126,5 fixt to elevation
of 133.5 feet.
At tue center line 01 ninnorc street
from elevatiou of 103.5 feet to elevation
of 96.8 feet.
At tue center line 01 udisou street
At the center line 01 Uucatur street
from elevatiou of 48 feet to elevatiou of
At tue center line ot (.rawioru street
Resolved, That the recorder ot tue
city of St, Johns be and he is hereby di
rected to give notice of the proposed
change of grade on said street as provid
ed by tue city dinner.
Adopted by the council May 3, 1910,
A, M. HSSON, Recorder.
Published In the St.Iohus Review May
6 and 13, 1910,
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