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The Bonville System ordinance no. 507 dr. rambo
The tree must bo torn out by its
roots. Take hood, therefore, and
remornbor these few thoughts:
that if a man invest money in a
company organized under this
systenij and that man owe money
to outside interests at the time
of his investment, and through
stock being non-transferable un
der this system ho is the loser
by the transaction; that it is not
the fault of the system, but is
the direct result of poor manage
ment on the part of the investor.
If a man loses in purchasing
transferable stock, and knowing
the same disposes of this stock
to another, it is pure swindle.
If the man buys stock that does
not mature at once into a paying
proposition, and before the time
of the advancement in these
stocks, he should through (lis-
rntiriiiriimimt ril' IiT4imifn Hull
same, hois robbing himself or "rpvcmenU
being robbed by the person who ''0,'H!8' nn(I'
persuades him to sell. Practi
cally speaking.stock transferring
means robbery to some one no
matter which way circumstances
turn. Kobbery is a crime. Not
only is the one robbed the loser,
but others are indirectly caused
to suffer a portion of the evil
crime airainst the individual ami ,n?'lN and
against the public welfare than
bank robbery or murder.
The financial world should bo
governed according to the princi
ples of justice as regards the
public and the individual, even
as the executive and judicial de
partments govern the physical
An Ordinance Directing and
Requiring the City Record
er to Sell Certain Improve
ment Bonds of the City of
St. Johns, Alultnomn.il Co.,
Oregon, in the Sum of
$32,073.38, in Denomina
tions of Five Hundred Dol
lars Each, or Less.
The City of St. Johns does or
dain as follows:
That, whereas, under provis
ions of the charter of the City
of St. Johns pertaining to suid
improvement bonds and the sale
thereof, applications have been
filed with the City Recorder by
interested parties under the said
charter and the bonding provis
ions thereof, aggregating the
sum of $82,073.38, for street im-
n the City of St.
Phone Columbia Gl
First National Bank bulldlntf.
ST. JOHNS, OREGON.
DR. J. VINTON SCOTT
Opn Evtnfnga and Sunday by Ap
pointment. Office Phone Columbia 140
Resident Phone Columlilii 38
JOSEPH McCHESNCY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Day & Night Ofllca in McCheen.y blk
St. Johni, Oregon.
Daniel 0. Webster, A. B. M. D
Residence, C97 Dawson Street
Ofllce, Pliter Block.
University Park, Portland, Oregon.
R. A. JAYNE, Al. D.
Office over First National lank
Whereas, under the said char-
tor and its provisions the bond
lien docket has been made up;
Whereas, the council is hereby PERRY C. STROUD
Office Phone Columbia 282
Rci. Phone Columbia 'K
authorized to issue bonds in do
nominations not exceeding the
sum of Five Hundred Dollars
each, and in all equal to the total
the unpaid assess-
Whereas, there is unpaid as
sessments for which bonding ap
plications have been made in the
sum of $32,073.38; and,
WlikMniLl It lit ttfrStff rlt1 tlwil
IV ilUl VHTi IV IO Jl WV 111 VI 4 IIIUL,
bonds by their terms shall ma
ture in Ten years from the date
of the said bonds and be payable
unlmn ttv iwlntil imr I Iwiun ,,.,,11,-1111 gOlU COIIt 01 II1C UllltCfl btlttOS
ndn In Lhnllmiv lliiKvMfnm in tho unci bear interest at the rate of I
settlomontof its Mnancinl airairs, not to xcecd Six per cent per
annum, naval) e sem -annua v.
ternativoby which justice for' Intorest to be evidenced by
li I'iin w (!! r- imil niirnrwi " mjii uuuviiuu ui mu buiu
for the o(iial boiiofit of all.
This system will abolish the
controversy between capital and
Inlior. lfyou wore to try and
think of all the good this system
could do, providing it were ap
plied where needed, you would
never get through thinking.
CITY OP ST. JOHNS
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by the undersigned al
bis olllco in the city of St. Johns,
Oregon, until six l M of the
22nd day of October, 11)12, for
the sale of the whole or any part
of improvement bonds of the
City ol St. Johns, issued tinder
Ordinance Number f()7, at not
losi than par and accrued inter
est. Said bonds are to be dated as
$1)0.1)3 Juno 8, 11)12.
$8,011(5.82 July 1,11)12.
$1(!!)(5.M Aug. 3. 11)12.
$1,770.05 Aug. 17,1012.
$2G,l(17.r.p) Aug. 17,1012.
$232.00 Aug. 17,1012.
Amounting in all to $32,073.38.
til D il
aii oi uio said uoihis are is
sued in denominations of Five
Hundred dollars or less and all of
the said bonds are payable Tun
years after date of the said
bonds, All of the said bonds are
coupon bonds bearing interest at
the rate of Six per cent, payable
Kumi-aiinually, subject to all the
conditions imposed, directed and
stipulated by section 131 of the
charter of the City of SU Johns.
The right is reserved to re-
deem any or all Imnds at any in
toruflt period at or after one year
All bids must be accompanied
by a certified cheek for two per
cent, of the amount of the bid,
and the said check shall be pay
able to the City of SU Johnu,
and the said check shall bo re
tained by the City of St. Johns
as dainxgo in case the bidder to
whom the bonds are awarded
fails to accept and pay for the
same wtihin Fifteen days after
the acceptance of the bid. The
money is to be paid and the
bonds are to bo delivered at St.
Johns. Multnomah County, Ore
gon. The right is reserved by the
Council to reject any and all bids.
F. A. HICK. Recorder.
Published in the St. Johns He
view, October Uh.llth and 18th,
Now, therefore, the City of St.
Johns does ordain as follows:
That tho City Recorder of the
City of SU Johns, Oregon, be,
ami he is hereby, ordered and
directed and required to issue
Sixty-eight bonds, which shall
be improvement bonds of the
City of SU Johns, Multnomah
county, Oregon, and which said
bonds and coupons shall be pro
perly signed as required by law
and the charter of the said City
of St. Johns, and which said
bonds shall be in the following
numbers, dates and denominations:
July I, Wli!
Fint National Bank Building
ST. JOI INS ... ORECON
0. J. GATZMYER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ST. JOHNS . . ORECON
We buy or sell St. Iclins Property
AlcKINNEY & DAVIS
List your property with us if you
desire to sell quickly
202 N. Jersey St. St. Johns
J. R. WEIMER
Transfer and Storage
W dullvor your gooda to and from
Is assuming a normal condition now and we are showing the very newest in
th6 fall lines of
Florsheim Shoes, Peck Suits and Cravenette Overcoats, Danbury Hats
The Ladies' Department is planning to resume the Wednesday Special Sales,
but it is not a rapid proposition to rearrange the entire stock of two stores
and also place and plan for the new arrivals.
ill pnrta of Portland. Vancouver,
AtiKiiot il, 1DI2
AtUMiat 17, IIU'J
I '.Ml, 14
ton. Portland and Suburban Exnroji
Co.. city dock and all point accetiibla
by waifon. Piano and furnltura moving
Oflicc Phone Columbia 24
Residence Phone Columbia 198
St. Johns Express, Transfer
and Storage Co.
Piano Moving n Specialty. Until
itiK done to nnil from Portland
Residence .too Hast Richmond
Ollicc 103 North Jersey Street
ST. JOHNS GARAGE
II I I!. l!urlliilon Street
Automobile UculriiiK ntul VutcnultiiK
We enn );ct you Auto Tire of nil kind
lllcyclo and (leneral Kc nalrlnc
In connection. New nml accoml liiiiul
bicycle for aide. Illcjele tires In atoek.
Auto to Hire by Uav or our
Trljw to or from any city linxpitul, fi.M
j. m. ana v. r. wkay, rropi.
I'lione Coltinibiu 587,
CAMP 773 W. 0. W.
We have promised an innovation in the Grocery Department, but that too is
delayed because of the effort it takes to get the other stores in presentable
BON HAM & CURRIER
n o a d a y
I n Dick,
DOIIIC DODGC NO. 132
A. r. and A. M.
on lirat Wcdnctdnya ol
each month in Odd Pel.
low' Hall, VUltoraivcl.
S. Cliiu, l)Avi. W. M,
C. O. Kocra, Kccrctnry
MeetuKvcrvPlmt ami Third
Tuewlay I'.vcnliii; o( Hach
Mouth iu Odd Pellow Hull.
, hulc Koger, Secretary.
HOLMES LODGC NO. 101
hMGIHS Or I'VIIIIAS
Meet every Priduy nllit at
7.30 O CIOCK
Nntlce is hereby given tlwt H)irtiuu
tnont of the cost of imwovuj: Central
itvctuie fniuitheuurthwekterly line ul St.
Johns avmnie to the Miiitheuaterly line of
llruce attevt, total 00 t of which U
M.772.07, huabven aniioitioueil and ii Oil to roicct an.V am all bills
.u ..m.... ... .1 I . ! . . . I . . . r ... .
on file iu the office of the uuduraiKUvri.
subject to vxaiuiuntiou.
Akotineiit district cxtundti Imck to
thu ccutur of lot, block and tmcU of
laud ubuttiiiK on Mid street a provided
by the city charter and resolution.
Kciuouitrunce agaiuht Mid apH)rtion
iiirut may be made in writing and nia,
with the uudurkiKiied until $ o'clock p.
m. Oct. 21, iqw.
1'. A. RICH.
rublUliwl Iu the St. Joltiw Revivvv ou
Oct. 4 and 11, 1919.
Subicrlbu for tho tit. Jobua Rovluw
una keep posted ou tho iIoIuks or
That tho City Kecordor of tho
.said City of St. Johns shall pub
lish notico of tho time and place
wnun sealed ouls will bo receiv
ed and opened for thu salo of tho
said bonds, which said bonds
shall bo sold for tho highest
price obtainable, but shall not bo
soiti 1 or loss limn par ami accru
ed interest. Tho riirht is rosorv-
.30 o'clock in I. O.O. 1'.
Visitor altvuya wel. I
V. W. MASON. C. C.
1). 1'. HORSMAN, K. R. H
No. 186 I. O. O. f
SI. JOHN!. ORtGON
Meeta each Mouduy evenlinj; in Odd Kel
Ions lull at 7 o. cordial welcome to
all visiting brother.
each month m M, V. A. Hall.
1'. II. GRANGItR, Sec.
Colonial Rng RtiRs and Carpet
IflttlT Rugs from Ingrain Carpets
J. KDWIN GAGIS
732 lulison St. St. Johns, Oregon
Subscrlbo for the Tolegrum bent I
dvtmliiK paper ou the coaat. Sx
LOW FARES WEST
FALL COLONIST PERIOD
DAILY UNTIL OCTOBER, 10th
To all points on the
Spokane, Portland and
Chicago 138.00 St. rmtl S30.00
Citincinimli , 12.85 Kansas Cit , 30 00
Milwnukec 30.70 Oninlin 30,00
St. I.ouis 3700 Uc.s.Moincji 32.83
New York., 55.o Iiuliapolis jo.6o
uetroit 43oo Uenver 30,00
From other eastern points iu proportion.
Tell your friends in the Knst of this opportunity of moving West
ut low rates. Direct train service via Htirllngton Route, Northern Pa
cific nml Great Northern Kuilwuys uml The North Hank Uo.nl.
You can deposit funds with me unci west bound tickets will 1h
furnished people iu the east. Details will be furnished ou request.
A Book about Oregon and Washington
A fifty page Illustrated book descrbing-the districts on the North
Hnuk Roud will be forwarded to you or your friends if you will write
V. I'.. Coman, General Freight Agent, Portland.
V. !. COMAN. General Freight nnd 1'asscnger Agent, Portland, Ore.
U. M. Cornell, Agent, m, jouiu, uregou.
Men, Women and Children
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
To at.tit in the winning of
ouU to Cliiot and in training
them for Hit tervice,
lhble School;!-io a. iu.
Morning Servicet it a, ut.
Junior C. V,.:S p. hi.
Y. 1'. S. C, K.: 7 p. m.
Hvangelistlc Services: 8 p. tn.
Wetlneiday 1 raining LUu,D p. m.
The Best Light
At The Lowest Cost
ELECTRIC LIGHT is the most suitable for homes,
offices, shops and other places needing light.
Electricity can be used in any quantity, large
or small, thereby furnishing any required
amount of light. Furthermore, electric lamps
. can be located in any place, thus affording any
desired distribution of light.
No other lamps possess these qualifications, there
fore it is not surprising that electric lamps are
rapidly replacing all others in modern establishments.
Portland Railway, Light & Power Company
for the came ficlit haven't
ST. JOHNS LUMBER CO.
Phoue Richmond 131
J. R. Johnson, Pastor
Corner Kew York St. and Wiiiis Boultwd
the Bale of the said bonds and to
ro-ndvortiso for other bids and
sales for tho same.
Passed by the council October
Approved by tho Mayor Octob
er 1st. 1912.
JOHN K. IIILLGK.
President of Council.
Attost: P. A. Hico.
Published in the St. Johns
Hoviow Octobur 11,1912.
I're-acu thu Koapol of QU Jobua.
So are we. To the thoughtful.
citucn we urge investigation into the I
lionville 99 Year System, an effect.
tve cure to the high cost of livinu
ami tlie unequal distribution of I
wealth. The "SQUAHH DUAL,"
a handsomely illustrated book of I
128 pages, with NO ADVKRTIS
INC, will tell you all about the
"System." We will mail to auy
address for 35c. Send stamps to
Johns S-iiul mid Gravel CuiuMtiy
I.. D. JACKSON. Prop.
We are prepared to do nuv and
all kinds of excavating- for street
work and other purposes. We
also handle sidevyalk and build
ing material, 1
Newton and Pe.senden Streets
St. Johns, Oregon
Plioue Columbia 336
place in our curriculum, The bus
is more matter of fact. In qur work
and among our supplies we use the
best the marketaffords in the way of
Cocks, Faucets & Pumps
and other auxiliary sundries. We
do good work at reasonable prices.
,203 S. Jersey Street
The Model Laundry
Thoroughly equipped for all kinds
of laundry work and
Up-to-date In every respect,
Prompt and efficient service guar
anteed. Your patronage solicited.
H. HENDERSON McDonald Bldg., 208 Jersey St.
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance
Abstracts of Title Prepared. Accurate Work Guaranteed,
BLACKBURN, CHAMBERS & LOWRY
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Portland Office and Chapel St. Johns Office and Chapel
Cor. Killlnjjsworth Ave. : Kirby St. 41S North Jersey St,
l'hones: C 1 133 Woodlawn 3306 Phoue Col. 283,Res.Phone Col. 559
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