Newspaper Page Text
THESE PIVE FACTS
Our Local Grist
Prescriptions filled as good and as cheap as any
where In the country.
Patent Medicines sold at Portland prices (other
Best line of Chocolates and Bon Bons in this
Most complete line of Stationery Supplies.
The only Fountain Pens in town (they're self-flllinjs).
"The Square Deal Drug Store"
r, D. JACKSON, - Proprietor
V- sWi frj T aKil nf IA TrS Ik VI- 'a A ftXa aX
M ,' IKC ' ' :3
HARDWARE Builders' Supplies g
Locks, 25c to $6.oo Midi.
A hill hue of S sli Locks,
Catclic.t, etc, etc.
Lifts, Holts, Clipboard Turns,
h ninDCUTCDQi See the 'HOLDFAST" Screwdriver, Credent
V bUnrtPlltnOt SIiIiikHii Gunge nud the Patent Hip Shingle.
Niagara Stoves and Ranges
NOTHING BETTER MADE
The Cheer ul, Redwood, Sturdy Oak, Oak Home, Jr.,
and n complete line of AIR-T1QMT HEATERS
Our goods ore till new mid guaranteed
to please our customers. A trial will
convince you that our prices are right.
POTTER & GOOLD
"Till: HARDWARE A1EN," ST. JOHNS, OREGON
We carry Pure Drills
and fl prescriptions right
To be convinced
rt i r i t
Men's SJ0 Sulls
Men's $20 Suit
.Men's 8 Suits
Men's 515 Suits
M it's $10 Suits
Uos' Suits and Pants almost half value.
WFI f H The American Clothier
j " -l-.V-.i 1 22I02J Morrison, Corner Flrit Street
Notice Is hercb utvcu that at the
mevtlng of the Council of the
of St. Johns, Oregon, held
on the 6th day of November,
A.D. 1905, the following res
olution was adopted:
Ci?rt3lQ.Elii.Thi,t tI,e Council of the
pio; to improve joim Jers y Street,
fcrL. . h, ,he ery grade for
Qclu'mTv,J M?n street,
i i Kracie, etc. Said improve-
w uc niailt , accorjance it, t,.e
FINE WORK GUARANTEED
Peterson's Cigar Store
- - St. Johns
i"ncr ml rw.ii '.:;. Ar," ,
itlctin. . """".- mine tny oi
ni Lml th.c V,a8. specifications
Cut of S'f of l,,e Hecorder of the
ffn;J?hl,"- Thecouof said iui
STSl'Vi0 ' aiseid provided by
nm nVer ,he Property
....? al WlllC l is Wei.., ,1I.,J
tt laad Vi.l Iurts. thereof, and parcels
itsdeil , a une 100 et from the
rttu 6 of each sile said John
.u : -..
Mcifications and estimates
'pneer for the improve
John street are hereby
tiecityof si Th,at tlie Citi' Recorder of
5tnSSe ,notice ' the proposed
ftaitnt? ceaSant Uie above im
?SmV.' ,fi,,ed ln wnS with
U?e.d '5 'lays from the
h ord4.Vpub,lcation f is notice,
'"raerof the council.
J. W. Hanks,
hM;.. j . L,t' Recorder.
. i; and 34, 1905.
Suites of two to four rooms, also
biule rooms. Situated one block
from Columbia University, near
cor. of I'islt St. and lloulevard.
furnished or Unfurnished. A
pleasant walk from St. Johns,
suitable for mill men.
A. W. DICKSON Phon Scott 1296
OSCAR DsVAUL, M. D
Office bouri, 9 to 1 1 a. m J to J p. m.
Office I'hoiie, Scott 1104.
Reldence Phone, Union S9-
Office In Unlverltv Prk Drug Store.
N. F. NOREN & CO.
Real Kstate, Loans, Insurance and
Husiness Chances. S. C. Norton,
corner Brunswick and Hudson
streets, Resident Agent. Phone
JERSUV STRHET, - - ST.JOlb
It is n wise man who
when to change his vote.
Self-filling fountain pens
01. j 011ns riiarmacy.
H. P. Williams has moved
family to Kelso, Washington.
Sec the Peninsula Bank for
Sonic kind person has placed n
board walk on Burlington street.
High-grade chocolates and bon
bons at the St. Johns Pharmacy.
bt. Johns must go slow I Mayor
Lane has his tape-line out and has
louiiu mat we lire within the four
Say I Have you noticed that fine
coal at Poff & Carey's feed store?
Rev. C. 0. Bransom and wife,
travelling mcthodist evangelists,
were guests of W. 1 Johnson and
wife on Tuesday.
Coal! Coall Coall Prom $5.50
up at Poff & Carey's,
Prcd Brown, of Salem, has
moved to the Heiehts and rtro-
txJses to locate here nnd build. He
is pleased with this locality.
Guard your nronertv airainst firo.
Insure with the Peninsula Bank.
The cards of Miss Scott, nurse.
nnd Mrs. C. T. Moe. modiste.
(whose residence is near the reser-
voir) are to be found in this issue.
Hicli-crndc chocolates and bon.
bons at the St. Johns Pharmacy.
Rev. David Lcrmert who samr
with such thrilling effect in the
Methodist church last Sunday even
ing will sing neain next Suntlav
Try tiie "Pur Hxcelleiice" : the
champion .so ciuar: made in St.
As Thanksgiving will break into
next week so close to prcssdny it 1
may be jwssible that Tint Ruvmw
will be n few hours late with its
Complete line of stationery sup-
dies at the St. Johns Pharmacy.
Complaint is inndc that malicious
joys nave a bad hahit of throwing
stones thiough the hchoolliou.se
windows. Much damage has al
ready been done.
All patent medicines sold nt citv
irices: other lines cheater: at the
St. Johns Pharmacy.
W. I.. Churchill, wife nnd baby,
formerly of Duliilh, Minnesota, tire
visiting Mrs. Churchill's brother
I). Weeks whose family are
new-comers to St. Johns.
If you want to mnke your hens
ay try .some of that ground hone
and shell nt Poff & Carey's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. I-theridge
nrc anticipating n visit from their
nughter Mrs. J. tj. Meyers- who
will come from Cheyenne, Wyom
ing, with her bnby, for n brief
Prescriptions filled the cheapest
nt the St. Johns Pharmacy.
The little stand built by A. 8.
)ouglns.s for n confectionery stand,
ocatcd just west of the Holbrook
itilhlliiL'. has heen hniti'lit nnd
moved ton lxriiit close to Simmon's
stable oil the boulevard.
Hating and winter apples nlso
good potatoes for sale. See C. N.
Brnasch about them.
Readers should not forget the
masquerade of the Carnation Club
in Bickuer hall next week. It will
e given 011 Wednesday evening
and there will be many pretty cos
tumes and a merry time nil around
Cream Puffs nnd Lemon Pies-
ready Saturday -at Boston Home
Union Tlianksgiviug services
ill be held in the Methodist
lurch at 11 o'clock Thursday
morning, November 30. Rev. K.
Mcvicker, pastor of the hvan-
gelical church, will preach the
The St. Johns Bazar is the place
to save money. Come and see tor
Bv arrangement members of the
first and .second Kvangelical church
of Portland came to St. Johns Wed
nesday evening and attended the
revival then in progress. At the
ose of service a very pleasant hour
as spent in social intercourse.
All orders for dry wood and coal
eft at Doiinelly'smarket will receive
prompt attention and each customer
ill get exactly wuai mey ortier.
eniiisula Peed and Fuel Co.
Before Justice Setou, in Portland,
Ben Cainito was tried on Wedues-
.. r e
day tor stealing a pair ox oars uum
Lafe Caples, a deputy marsnai oj
St. Johns. Cantito runs the small
ferry at this place and says his
arrest was for spite. The case was
If in immediate need of lime,
cement, sash, doors, builders- nam-
are or wood or coal for luel
call up East 297. Orders lett at
Donnelly s Market quicmy iiueu uy
us. The Peninsula Feed aud Fuel
Company will suit you and is re-
Vernon Scott has returned from
his two-weeks' trip to Vancouver,
C, aud other Canadian points.
He announces that he enjoyed 24
loursof pleasure every day and
satisfied himself that the British
Vancouver was larger than the
nearby neighbor. He'd not believe
OR A CABINET
Twenty-five Dollars' Worth of Music
or a Beautiful Music
BE CLOSED OUT QUICK
A Few of the Choicest Remaining Expo
sitlon Pianos and Organs Set Aside
for Readers of The Review, at
Eilcrs Piano House Don't
A few of the remaining Kxiiosi
tion Pianos mid Organs, including
some of the choicest and costliest,
have been set aside for readers of
The Review. Any reasonable offer
ns to terms will he accepted. Since
the assortment of these Exposition
Pianos has been so greatly dimin
ished, and in order to close them
out quick, we will give $25 worth
of music or n beautiful music cabi
net free as an extra inducement to
dispose of them.
This will bo your last chance to
get one of the beautiful instru
ments, that played such nu import
nut part in our glorious Exposition,
tit wholesale cost price and in some
instances less than wholesale cost
These instruments were selectee;
especially for hxposllioti purposes,
ami are the iiuesi nun best ever
shown in the West. Don't delay.
1 join put 11 011 until next week- or
even tomorrow, come or write
today. Remember the S25 worth
of music or the beautiful music
annuel applies omy on these re
maining Exposition instruments.
1 here are but several Piano and
urgaiis, one naiioia riauo ami one
Exposition Metrostyle Pianola, i
year's library subscription instead
of sheet music or cabinet with
either the Pianola Piano or Pianola
if you like. Come or write.
Eilcrs Piano House, 351 Wash
ingtou, corner Park (Eighth) St.,
Other stores nt Spokane, Seattle,
mid Wnlla, Washington; I.cwistou
mid Boise, Idaho; San Francisco,
Oakland mid Stockton, California;
Astoria, Grant's Pass, Salem mid
UNIVERSITY and PORTSMOUTH
Nice rooms and good board can
be obtained of Mrs. Hatfield, 1619
Fiske street, University Park:
Phone Scott 6793.
During Mrs. D. O. Webster's
stay in Boston, she was the victim
01 n serious stiuway collision, 111
which forty-two people were badly
injured. .Mrs. W ebster was fortti
nate enough to escaie with 1
sprained nrin and bruised side a!
though she was ill for a week from
the effects of the shock.
Daughter Very III.
Attorney and Mrs. S. H. Greene
have lieeu greatly alarmed thi
week over the serious illness of the
little daughter, Jennie, who has
been beyond the danger line much
of the time. Physic! tits have been
in close attendance all the time
but nt this writing there is great
danger of a fatal ending. Mr. and
Mrs. Greene have the sympathy of
all who know them.
A reliable medicine and one
that should nlunys bv kept in the
home for immediate use is '.'hiiui
berlaiu's Cough Remedy. It will
prevent the attack if given as soon
as the child liccoiiics hoarse, or
even' after the croupy cough
apenrs. For sale by Jackson's
At Half Mast,
flag at the svhoolhoiisc
at half mast yesterday
placed there as soon as the janitor
learned of the death of one of the
Miss Josephine Preston, who had
charge of the third room in the
"old" portion of the building,
died in Portland oil Wednesday, of
pneumonia and the school has
suffered u severe loss,
Save Your .Money
by buying goods at McClave's
Second-hand Furniture Store, next
to Sash nnd Door Coiniwiny, Jersey
street. A full line of house fur
nishings nt half price.
Dressers from $$ 00
Commodes f J 50
Iron leds $2 50
Mattresses 50c to $2 00
Carpet tr yard 15c
Matting per yard 10c
Card Of Thanks.
We hereby extend our thanks
for the kindness, help mid sympa
thy of the friends and neighliors
during the recent illness and death
of our beloved husband and father.
Mks. Makv E, Huki.iiukt.
Will Have Bazar.
The Ladies' Aid of the Metho
dist church will hold a bazar and
supper on Wednesday afternoon
and evening, Decemler 13. Sup
per 25c. Various articles will be
on sale at the bazar. All nre in
vited to attend.
Complete line of stationery sup
plies at the St. Johns Pharmacy.
Important, If True.
Marshal Hanks scrubbed the
floor of the city hall on Tuesday.
His father was unable to attend the
city council meeting the same evening.
Died nt University Park. Monday. No.
vcinbcr 30, looj, Jennie Ferris,
aged $2 yours.
Cms the hituds tixn the hrcnt
Cloe the tender, loving eyes
For our dear one is nt rest
Jennie dwells in I'itmilise.
Tears fall iK)ii her silent face,
Hut she c.nniot feel them now;
For the light of Cod's own grace
Uctetli on the marble brow.
Death's cold shadows gathered round
And the angels beckoned "conic;"
Sweetly came the vhi)ered sound
"Denrones, I nm going home."
We shall miss her sweet voice ever
In the coming years so long.
She sings hi the "bright forever,
111 the summer lami 01 song."
There Is many a little token,
That we notice dav by day;
Hut the ivirtiug words are spoken;
All her tears are wiped mviiy.
Harps arc touched bv nngel fingers;
Angel voices catigfit the strain:
Hound us Mill her spirit lingers;
Grief for her is all in vain.
When we close our eyes in slumber.
When weseak the last "goodnight'
.May we join tiie nieseii tiumiiur
Whetc our Jennie dwells in light.
T. A. M.
Sells More Of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy Than Of All Others
I humus George, n nieicltiint at
Mount Elgin, Ontario, says:
have had the local agency for
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ever
since 11 was introduced into Laiiada,
nnd I sell ns much of it as I do of
all other lines I have 011 uiv shelves
put together. Of the many do.eiis
sold under guarantee, I have not
had one bottle returned. I can
iKMSounlly recommend this medicin
ns I have used it myself and given
it to my children and always with
the best results." For sale by
Baptist services will be
the Adveutist church
morning ut eleven and
evening at seven-thirty.
All are coidinlly iuvited to attend
E. A. I.iionaki), Pastor.
House For Rent.
Three blocks north of schoo
House 011 KiciimoiKi street, o-rooiu
house, bath and toilet: lot 100x100:
M2,so. King Ken I Ivstate Com
pauy, St. Johns.
Some More Stuff
The bowling alley is now ojk'ii.
A gentle, fresh cow for sale cheap.
Hans Peterson, Point View.
is patted 011 the
Many n man
back too soon,
Self-filling fountain iwns at the
St. Johns Pharmacy.
No license should ever lie issued
in this city for less than $1000.
Dr. Roberts and sou, Carl, of
racoiua, called iiixin Dr. aud Mrs.
Hartel last Wednesday on their
way Home Iroiii Ualllorula.
Smoke u St. Johns cigar best 10c
cigar on the market the "White
Till? Ri'.viHW presents the news
of the council this week without
comment. It cannot be said after
this that a council cannot keep n
riianksgiving Day is drawing
uonr. nuiid 111 your orders lor
what bakers' goods you require
md we will fill and deliver them,
The Boston Home Bakery, Jersey
A free dance is to be given on
Saturday evening, Decerning 2, in
the hall above the bowling alley.
Henry Ross, proprietor of the
alleys, is the host.
The CongregationaliMs tire now
in luck and will soon have a fine
and attractive house of worship.
The building used at the Portland
air as nu exhibition room for the
National Cash Register has lieen
irescntcd to the Congregational
society of St. Johns by that com
pany and will soon le erected
here in the city.
There is 110 need in being short in
your tuel, I He I'eiiiusuia feed
and Fuel Company is always at
your orders. All sorts of wood and
coal quickly delivered. Orders
may be left at Donnelly's Market.
Phone hast 297.
At noon of Wednesday, Novem
ber 22, Miss Nellie Grace, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S.
Hewitt, was united in wedlock to
Sherwood Dorinan, formerly ol St. I
Johns but now of Cnmas, Washing
ton. Kev. W. r. small o he ated
auhe service uniting this young Ncxt d()or (() S( Jo,ns QrQm
The home of the bride, on ccO'
Thompson street was charmingly New and Second-hand Fur-
decorated in greens, ferns and tlittire.
leaves-the newness of the resi-1 ye pay 35c for EeL'S, Cash J
deuce being hidden as by a rustic jfir . -flil4
bower. She was charmingly I v', v c c
attired in white silk mull, lace um "' Springs from
trimmed, and was attended by a! $1.00 tip.
sister of the groom, Miss Addie Combination Alallress $ 1 .00
uornian. ine groom was sup-'jmU
ported by Williain Kilev oft
Camas, and the majority of the
score or more guests were from out- J
side this city.
Among the guests were Mr. nnd
Mrs. Punning, Mr. aud 'Mrs.
Herbert Ward, Mrs. Averill, Mrs
foldings, Mrs. Frank Hewitt, Mrs
lliouipson, Mrs. O Connor. Missc
Mnttie Averill, I.illie and Marie
Hewitt and Carrie Segars; Messrs
Chatles nnd Dick Hewitt.
After the ceremony u stierb
ttnelt was served etc the guests de
parted. Many choice and useful
gifts were received by the newly
wed couple who are now "at
home" upon the groom's fine farm
near Camus, Washington. Tint
Ruvmw trusts that the futtiie of
Mr. and Mrs. Dorinan may be
Iron Beds $2.00 and up.
New Stove Pipe 15c joint.
In Time Of Peace.
In the fust mouths of the Russia-
Japan war we had a .sinking ex
ample of the necessity for prepaia
tion and the cnily advantage of
those who, so to siH.uk, "have
shingled their roofs in dry
weather. The virtue of Dionaiit-
tiou has made history and given to
us our gieakst men. The in
dividual as well us the nation
should be prepared for any emer
gency. Aie you prepaied to suc
cessfully combat the first cold you
take? A cold can be cured much
moie nuickly when tteated ns soon
as it has been contracted and before
it has become settled in the system.
Chauibei Iain's Cough Remedy is
fiiuiuiis for its ernes of colds and it
liould be kept nt hand ready for
instant use. For sale bv Jackson's
Order of exercises at the Evan
gelical church for next week :
.Sunday school nt 10 a. in.
Preaching 1 1 a. in.
Junior K. 1.. C. E. 2 mo p. in.
Mrs. McVicker, siiH.rintcudcut.
Senior K. l (j. h. omo p. in.
sermon 7 mo p. in.
Wednesday 7M0 p. in.; Choir
1 hiirsday 71X0 p, m.: Prayer
We extend a nersonal invitation
to each citien of St. Johnii to par
tlclpa": in and enjoy the services as
All patent medicines sold ut city
prices: other lines chcaimr: at the
St. Johns Pharmacy.
Homer Gibson, right half-back,
was injured at Lincoln, Nebraska,
ast Saturday at football. Died
Prescriptions filled the cheatiest
at the St. Johns Pharmacy.
At Methodist Church.
Rev. F. I.. Young, pastor.
Services next Sunday:
Sunday school ut ten o'clock
Mis. C. E. Thurston, siiiKirinteii-
Pleaching ut eleven.
Ruv D. I,. Ruder, editor of the
ucific Christian Advocate, will
conduct the morning .service
Class meeting ut 110011.
Epvvorth League at six-thirty.
At seven-thirty the choir, as
sisted by Rev. David I.eppert, will
give 11 sacred concert.
Administrator's Notice For
Notice U liertby eiveu that the under-
oieunl has Itveu duly iii)luli'd by the
count)' court of the kUite of Oregon, for
Multnomah county, udiuiuiktrittor of the
ustatvof M. A. Tovvuwud, doceawd.
All iiroii havint! claim auaiiut Mid
ootatc are huruby rtxiulred to preMtut the
Mine 10 ine, iros'riy venm-ii as uy iaw
required, at the olfwe of T. T. I'.irktr. in
llolhrook block, St. Johns, Oregon,
within nix (6) month of the date thmxif,
D.iUmI till Jlth day of .November, A.
Ul.wooii . y iv.
T. T. Parker,
Attorney for AdmiiiiHtrator.
I'liblikhi'd 111 Si- John Keview Novem-
ler J, Ik-tt'iiiUr 1,8, aud 15, ij.
ORDINANCE NO 60
An Ordinance ProvMin for Nam.
iug Streets at Intersections
The City of Si. John d(s ordain
Suction i. That t utreet crossing in
the improved tortioii of the City of St.
John, mutul hiKiik 4lrtti-r to be 3 1-2 in
cuts in neigii in i!ci,'iMiuig tue riHC
live ktrct-W le placed, nt thu city' im
jkiiisc, iimb r tin- din-i-'i'iu and bu!rvl
lou of the fctn-cl committee or u majority
thereof, ami ut Mid Coiumittve'ii discre
tion. Sr.lTiu.v j. That the wld street com
mittee is hereby uuthoricd, directed
and required to advertise for bids for the
furiiUhlng of said signs and the placing
thereof, aud shall enter into a contract
therefore in the name of the city to the
lowest responsible bidder.
Passed the Coucll November ?o, i$.
Approved November so, i)j.
W. II. Kino,
J. W. HANKS, Recorder.
Published in Till'. Ki'.VH'.W November
E. O. MAGOON.
Next to The ll.i?i lwood.
Keep your motley here
at home. I'ulrotiW the
people who pttronbe
you. I have located ill
St. Johns to May, itmt I
shidl soml my' money
here. Anyone wishing
Sinn - Writing Design - Work
House Decorating or Painting
idioitld not fait to tec me,
F. W. TALB0TT
ST. JOHNS, OUI-00N.
ORDINANCE NO, 57
An Ordinntic to Provide for (lie
Numbering of MiilMiiign on the
Street., and A.ciiiuv. in the City
of (.Johns Oregon, an ' Pro
viding for the Manner of Nt.ni.
hcring Said ll!iilil!i'',s.
The City of St. John do ordain a
Suction i. All building within the
City of St. Johns utmll h iiiiiuIhmihI mo.
routing to the following plan:
Suction j. The Isue lino for Matting
Mid uiitulM'riug shall be lluillngloii
street for all Mieetit tunning ISutl mid
Vot, mul Jersey Mreet for all stneU
running North mid South. ThtMtiof
Jersey hired Ifust of llurlitiKtoii Mivel
shall be known for the huw of until
beiiitg as ItuM Jersey Mieet, mul that
put of Mid Mi eel Wel ol Hiirlbiglou
Mreet hhidl be known hh Wind Jersey
stieet. That pirl of Ituiliugton strit't
Ninth of Jersey street shall be known m
North HiiiIIukIoii stieel, mul thut
part of llurllugtou stieet south of
jersey stieel shall be known mi
South IturliiiKtoii street. A like dew
iguatioii shall l made of th other
street crossing Jersey or llurllugtou
1'I.AN Ol' NUMMIIItlMI
SiMTloN One numlier slmll bo de
lermlneil for ouch twnuty-lUe fel of
block frontage. Itveu iiuuilwr svImII
apHiir on the .Noitli mul Wwt sidwt of
street mul the odd uuiiib-r un t lie
South mid Itntt sides o MieeU. Ilm'h
block shall stait iiuiiiIhtIhk with ol mid
oj a iiImivc set birth hihI slwll Im prv
lixed by the oroiier liuudttNl lluuro to
diMlgimle the distance In bbwki from
the base Hue, iM'giiiuiuu with loi nnd
llH ill till llllK'ks lllljllilliHg lllW llHMf
SI'IICII'ICATIUNS Ol' NI'MKIIUK
Suction . i. The nuiiiU'r shall Utof
ligunsi not lew, than time (3) incite
hluh mul oue half li 'l inch widit. on. or
of, metal or gin, placed in it eoiiiHru
ous uttilioti 011 iwli builibni: mid In
lilaiuly reailiible from the center of l'i
street or avenue um wlih'li such ItwIM-
lug litis it pnuciiNi enirMiicr. rtui
viitiin: That such iittitilsrr shall he
placed and exhibited 011 enoli mid every
of swid biiililiiiK within tliiity i.vi Uy
alter the tsiss.iKe, uppiovHl him) iMllit
tion nl till oniiiuuci', ami erh iHd
every building hereHfler eiecteil within
wild city shall have esbildtnl on lite
street side thcicof the iiuiulr of HMid
biiildiiiK in uceonlancu with tlw pro
vision of Ihl ordinance within thirty
(.yi) days alter the completion t!iiul.
Suction 5. Any owner of any Mid
buildiujj now elected or hvrwtftrr
ern ted within the limit ol the dd City
of St. John or other teroii havhtx the
custody and control hImmI bullti' who
shall refuse or negbt't to eiunw to m
placwl thereon the number tliurwof in
accordance with the forcuoiHi; acctiuM
of Ihl ordinance shall Im liablv to a flue
of not lev. than Pie dollar nor uiurv
tliHii Twunty-live dollar Uhjii ooivlc
tion in the .Muuicipd Court u( Mid City
of St. Johns.
CITV TO l-UT ON AT OWNKH'S KXI'IUNSK.
Suction (. In addition to tint initi
ally prehcriUHl in Sctiou flv of this
ordinance the Council of smmI City slmll,
011 such refusal or neglect, liavw Um
lower and aiithoritv to cause tile IIMIU
lier of the wdil building to be ohiUtel
thereon a hereiiibuforu set forth, the
cost of mi doing to l cmIIocUmI 11 ( the
owner or jiersou huviut; the control
theieof ut the wilt of the, city.
Passed the Council NuvemUir 13, K15.
Approve! Novfinln(r 13, Kyoj.
W. 11. Klfcll,
J. W. Hanks, Recorder.
Publlshd in Tun Uliviiiw Nuvumlor
Coiigregatiouid Church, St. JuliUk- -Morning
service at 10:30; StiHlky tehtfl
at 2:30; evening service ut 7:30.
Holy Cros (Catholic) chureli, ltort.
mouth. Pirst mass at 8:30 a. in.; llif'i
mas at 10:30 a. 111.; Sunday schuul at
9:30 a. in.; evening services at 7:31.
Methodist Itpiscopd Church, St.JuJuH
Sunday schoid ut loig; morning nr
vecu at 1 1 :); Kpworth I.origuu at 6:3;
preaching at 7:30. S. I.. Young, Pastor,
Seventh Day Advuntist church, St.
Johns. Sabbath school nt 10 a, m.;
regular service ut 1 1 a, iu uvury S.ibKttli;
trayer nieetiug WviluvsiUy uvcnlng. It.
I. Hurlbert, elder.