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THE ST. JOHNS REVIEW
BY A. W. MAflKLB
PublUhed Every Friday
At 117 West Burlington Strcot.
The Philo Christo Play
The Philo Christo society gave a
delightful entertainment in Bickner
Tnn RKVIKW Is entered nt rwnt office in11 Ins! PVidnv niulit. All nar-
in SaIntJohn, Oregon, as mall inoUor ticipatits ill the program acquitted
of the second class nnder the Act of Con- , ',.. ' " ii.,.i., im.,
BreM of March 3, 1870. themselves most excellently, lie
JJir . - netinewns that of old "stagers,"
OffloUI Mavtptpsr of U (Jit of fit J that.
AdrtrtUlii tUt, 11.00 per Inch per month.
Job Piloting XMntd In fltit oUu !).
Ullli tor Job Printing eaab on dellrtrr.
All oommonlutlons ihoold bo dirtiil to
Tba BsrUw, fit Johni, Oregon.
Alt sdiertliln blllt pytl flnt ol etch
Subscription pries $1.00 per yonr.
the play bubbling over with fun,
the music of the orchestra, accom
panied with piano by Miss Klla
Edmondsou, was all that could be
desired. The society was deserv
ing of a much larger attendance
than they received and it is hoped
when these people put on an enter
tainment again tltat every inch of
space in the hall will be occupied.
It is due them. Among the most
Hv an ordinance passed in Port
Intul nftpr !lir first nf Ifpliritnrv nil
moving picture shows must occupy meritorious numbers were: " Wo
fire proof buildings with a rear en- men and Politics," by S. II. Winn,
trance. Good thing tins is not in
effect in St. Johns.clse we would
be without such attractions. So far
there are no fire proof buildings in
this city. After July i but let us
which brotmht down the house.
The comedVi "Imminent danger,"
bv Mrs. Geo. M. Ilnll and Miss
Lillian Perkins was presented in
the best vein of these two regal en
tcrtaincrs. "The Substitute" by
Miss Perkins was most impressively
rendered. The nttartct sand "An
Many people claim that exclusive Urcls of Kvcntidc" in a dclinhtfttl
tranciiiscs cannot uc given in urc- way. The drama, "Jumbo Jtitn,"
gon, yet, according to the city pa- Wns the climax of the evening's en-
pers, the Portland Kuliway, wgiu terta ntnent. and the presentation
ana rower company nas exclusive was made witn the precision and
franchise over a dozen or more of easy manner of those to the manor
tuc streets ot l'ortiand, ana it seems born. "Jumbo," the irrepressible,
that the St. Johns Transportation was the life of the nlav and was on
Company has an exclusive franchise ideal optimist, notwithstanding his
upon ten blocks ot water iroiitage. great difficulty in intcrpreting"Mis
tub Wcbstah's Dlckshunary." It
is hoped the class will put on a
more ambitious work in the near
future which will give opportunity
for a better display of the excellent
talent shown on this occasion.
First National Bank
St. Johns, Oregon
Sylvester Peterson, President .
A. R. Jobes, Vice President
F. P. Drinker, Cashier
C. B. Russell, Ass't. Cashier
for the Itoylow and bo
The St. Johns Cleaning, Press
ing & Dye Works linVc moved their
establishment from South Jersey
street and will occupy, the building
vacated by the fashion Pressing
Parlor on West Philadelphia street.
A letter received yesterday from
Hubert Simmons states that his
brother George has been quite ill,
'confined to his bed since December
26, but is improving and was able
to be up agaim His many friends
will hope for his speedy return to
TUICTI I7ftf ADIT We have just received a
1 1 1 iw t is vnt iu fun He of white lined en
amel ware. Good quality at a medium price.
Wc have cut the prices on our stock of wall paper to make room
lor our stock of 191 1 patterns, liny now and save money.
How about your clothes? Are
they in good condition? Wc clean,
press and repair your clothes on
short notice. Work called for in
any part ot the city. St. Johns
Cleaning, Pressing & Dye Works,
202 West Philadelphia street.
Hendricks Hardware Co.
Phone Columbia 129
Regarding the teachers of the
public schools living in St. Johns,
in justice to them it might be stat
cd that it is next to impossible to
secure first class boarding and Iodg
ing places combined in St. Johns,
There arc a number of places where
good rooms may be secured, but
boarders arc not desired. Frequent
ly parties come to this office itiquir
lug 'for good private boarding places Was born in Winona, Minn.,
and we arc generally at a iosaiji i, 1858. nml tiled at lt!n home
where to send mem. nt ,. Nort, Kellogg street, this
' city at 4 o'clock Monday even-
Hv reference to an article in an Mug, January 23rd, and was there-
other column it will be noted that fore 52 years, six months and eight
the Portland council has designs days old. He leaves one son and
upon using St. Johns for the trans- two daughters who live in the home
A. H. BLACKBURN
Undertaker and Funeral Director
I5AST IiUKMNGTON STRUCT1, ST. JOHNS
Local and Otherwise
mission of their sewage to empty
into Oregon Nlough on the north.
While some will claim that we de
serve it, yet we believe this is
"rubbing it in" rather early in the
game. People sometimes make a
The Realty Hoard is becoming
quite active and are making plans
for a MrcmioiiH advertising cam
here and cared for their father dtir
ng his last days. Mr. Pickle lived
11 St. Johns for 11 number of years,
was a mill wrliiht and worked at
his vocation until about a year ago,
when he suffered a stroke of paraly-
mistake by counting their chickens his from which ho never recovered
. .... 1 . 1 r . 1 ?. ? ...
before they are hatched. There- "i irom which hi com mention
fore, before Portland takes any with dropsy he died. He has been
definite steps along (his line, it a great care to his' children, having
won Id be best to will until we are Dt'fii onugcd 10 sit up 111 11 cnatr
canuht. The fact of the mailer is constantly for the past yeor. He
that we do not want Port hind new was hurled itom .ellar-uyrnes tin
.. . . . I .1 A I. I I I .1. . Ilf " llf
line t epos ted III Urcuoii s out! 1. MieriiiKiuir i.uiors iiy tuc w. v. w
The water there s toosluui! ish and Wednesday the services being con-
the nauseous mess remains with us ducted by hitler J. R. Johnson of
much too tomr. When the Columbia the Church of Christ. Interment
rises sewage would be cast upon the ns made in Rose City cemetery.
banks and left as the water recedes
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10 iwriiicnie 111c nir wun n imioiii- r r j .1 " 11 .1 Ti
1 - . . I iWk arv t I Iha Mn I Hfttir 111 nil I It U llinr.i ,1'ill i.ll til., tnl..
erous periume to say nothing ol LU I III C LC IIIL' 111 I'l Ul (1 llll V"'""" .'VV" " ,v" V,k
ihealthfulncss of such a con- , VcTr 0 V" ,l"nmmt's
I have customers to buy houses
and lots on installments. What
have you to list? S. h. Dobic, no
N. Jersey street.
h'mpty store rooms in St. Johns
are getting to be at a premium,
there is scarcely a good store room
in the city that is not now occu
pied, and there arc said to be nu
merous inquiries for suitable build
ings for business purposes.
The Hastcru Oil and Gas Com
pany have now taken choree of the
drilling operations themselves, and
work is being pushed right along,
The pulpit at the Baptist church
will be supplied for a few Sundays
following next btiuday while the
pastor is away upon an evangelistic
A petition is being circulated
I'or completed wrtlon of Scwcr dis
trict No. y. Commencing at Hayes
street, on cither side ol Darlington to
Mohawk, Crawford street lUirllngton to
Richmond street and all property cast of
Richmond street nml south of willftm-
cite boulevard to the cast line of G. I',
Cranmcr tract, thence on the south line
of Decatur street to the cast line of lot 5
block 31, A. L. Miner's addition, thence
south on said line extended to the south
cast corner of tot $, block 46, A. L.
Aimer's addition, thence westerly along
tuc center line 01 mocks ib. .17.40 and .iq
to Kicninonii; also nil property in James
jouns audition uoutuicti oy ritisiitirg
and Ilurlington streets and a line too
feet southerly from llradford street.
That the cost of said sewer has been
apportioned to nil of said property and
proposed assessment Is 011 file lu the
ofliceof the undersigned nnd rcnion
strnucc may be filed to said npportlon
incut until 5 o'clock p. in. l'cbnmry ij
A. lu. l'.SSUN.
Published hi the St. Johns Review
1 Jan. 37 nml 1'cu. 3, 1911.
'ORDINANCE NO. 347
Is that labor spent in handling Coal,
Kindlings, DuSt and Dirt, when by
Gas for Cooking and Heating
those disagreeable features are dis
Cooker sells for $12,00.
Range sells for $20.00
Information on this matter or
for the better lighting of the
home, store or factory cheer
fully given at our office.
St. Johns Gas Co.
It Is resolved by the City of St. Jotins:
That It deems it expediuut and neces
sary to improve Macrum avenue from
the northerly side Hue of the U. K. & N.
R. R. Tracks to the southerly Hue of
Columbia Slouuli in the City or St,
Johns In the lulijwliu manner, to-wlt:
llv establUlilm! crude thereof and bv
grading n strip In the center of said
street ti-fcct wide and by macadamizing
said center strip, except such portions
where piling will be required, which
portion ot s.ild street to be piled and
planked 16 feet wide rud where ground
will permit, mud sills to be used Instead
of piling, said macadam to be 8
ORDINANCE NO. 349
An Ordinance Directing and
Requiring the City Record-
, cr to Sell Certain Improve
ment Bonds of the City of
St. Johns, Alultnomali Co.,
Oregon, in the Sum of
Thirty Thousand Dollars In
Dimensions of $500 each.
The cltl' of St. Tolins ilivn onlntn nt
Inches I follows:
That w' crcas, under the provisions of
The Commencement exercises of
tlicjiimcri Joint High School will
be held in the llaptlst church Keb
ruiirv 3 at R:oo p. tu. The cla&i is
composed of Anna M. Hrice, Win
Howard mice, Kuth Iv. Crouch and
I'loreuce M. Jensen. The program
Music The Clanir of the foruc
(Kodney) High bchool Chorus.
A Theorem in Applied Mnthc
unities Florence Jensen
I lie Utile of the West.
MusicThe Fairies' Moonlight
Dance (Cneli) Girlt' Glee Club
etiturday, 1 o-tlay anil To'inorrow
iti ton. no, it rortiauii wants an
outlet for its sewer down this way
let it pic to a swifter body of va
tor than Urei;ou kioiii;Ii.
In these iiKwIern times the word
"graft" is taking it heat on the
topmost row. Kvcry act of public
lile is generally tcnuucti iiy soine
on the outside lor graft. The most
prone to yell graft are the idler and
the loafer, whose chance for grafting
are exceeding small and his desire
great. Graft has always been in
the world and always will. When
the doctor feels your sluggish pulse
gazes upon your sickly tongue and
cuargus you ts.oo inereior uiai is
Kraft. When the druggist charges
you .jo cents for a prescription that
cost him 2& cents to fill that is
graft. When the preacher accepts
Kto lor marrying you to the deltid
cd lady of your choice - that is
graft. When the butcher adds the
weight of his thumb to the meat
you are buying that is graft.
When the grocer sells you four
pounds of sugar for five that is
Kraft. When the plumber charges
you six bits an hour for the use of
his helper and pays said helper but
35 cents ol same that is Krft
v lien me twiner cuargus you live
cents for scrapiiiR the nape? of your
neck that is graft. When the
lawyer charges $5.00 for ten cents
worth of advice that is graft
When the farmer puts all the large
potatoes on top of the sack making
you believe they are the same all
the way through that is graft.
w lien tue restaurateur sells you a
plate ot potatoes that some one else
purchased and ate only a portion
of that is graft. When a real es
tate matt gets you to list your prop- hrry no weight. His stuudunl are ko
crty with him at u certain nrice and utterly different from mine, that to nr-
then asks the buyer $100 or $300 8" I1'-' Phit is won.e than useless, lie
will be found in the well.
"The Devil and Ills Angels" is
the same lecture for which Mr.
Gregg has received $50.00 n night
from chautatiuua associations. It
will pay you to hear him, for all it
will cost you is the trouble of going
to the Christian church tonight.
I'. J. Peterson has lauded the
contract for grading the so-foot
strip of rondway controlled by the
Portland Hallway, Light and Pow
er Company. '1 his work will be
done in connection with the im
provement of Fesseuden street, and
eliminates their being delayed, as
tuigui nave ix-en tue case liutl an
upon the city hall. It has always
seemed to us that this is the proper
)iace ior u, provided ine ouiiuiug
s properly constructed to receive it.
the charter of the city of St. Johns per
taining to city Improvement bonds and
the sale thereof, applications having been
men wun inn city recorder uy interest-
ilc(n In ri-tilrr nml ttlv tnnlii-c iltftt nit
among our Citizens asking Uiat llie A. nPiUnnnri nutnhllaiiinrrfltrt cither side, to 1 done according w the
council have the fire bell placed "V,r ": 7" P "nsnnd specifications of the City Kit- ulnlu
vjiuuu ui minium wuiiuuiginceroii me in uie omcc 01 tuc uty
tlm fllu nf Zi loli.ia Recorder relative thereto, which said
irom IHC J. I. CC IN. KICIll are satisfactory oud nro hereby approved. Katltii; the sum off 10.000 for street and
of Way to the (joiumbial
, , . . , . niivh wi .... kiitiithi uiii. uiiiiimubV. Ui
aiOURIl Ml SOIU City. the city of St. Johns, nnd under the dj
pcrvmon nnti nirccuon 01 tue uuy I'.n
An old time Hastcrn dunce will
be given by the Fraternal Order of
Kagles in the M. W. A. Hall on
Tuesday evening, Feb. 14. Good
music, refreshments and n good
time ansttrcd. Admission 50 cents,
Miss Fern Davln, who has been
stenographer in the First National
Dank for some time, and sister, Miss
Pearl, leave today 011 the steamer
Hear for Los Angeles, where they
will remain for the balance of the
winter. They are daughters of ex-
Councilman J. W. Davis,
scwcr Improvements lu said citv. and
Whereas, under said charter nud Its
provisions the bond lien docket has been
made up and the council ' authorized to
issue its Doiiiis in denominations not cr
oud it Is hereby established according to
ami in coniorinitv wun tuc proiiiciiicre-
of in the oflice of the city rccordcr.which
said profile has been examined and ap
raised iy tue council January ?4in
Approved oy tue mayor January 14111,
j. i'. iii.NiJKii.Ka,
Attest: A. M. ISsMii.
Published by the St. Johns Review
January 37, 1911,
Tit, lit. M.( nf .t.l . I II .
... . i. . . . . . 1. mi .uii ui iih iiuiMu.tiuvii. hi icectiniK fsou cacu, nmi
i lie envoi &t. jo.'ius noes oniain as tc assessed lis nrovlded liv the citv char U'lurrn. nnrh iwin.l. i. i.
follows: I tcr upon the property especially and thereof mature hi ten vrnrt from iIih
That the grade of Macnim nvenue k particularly benefitted thereby, nnd date thereof, and be payable In eold coin
which Is hereby declared to be all of of the United States and bear Interest at
101s nun itaris 01 iois, uiocks ana iwircc IS line rate or 6 txr cent wr niiiiiim . tvuvn
of land in Junction addition between lile semi-auuualty, sal I interest to be cv
tuc tcniuni 01 sucit improvements of Ideuccd bv coiinons nttached to ud.l
Mucruiu avenue from the iimrulnnl lines bonds. Now. tliirpfon-
ol Mid street back to the easterly and The citv of St. lohns does onlnln
...u.,.i.. 1 1 . 1 1 1.1 1 .,- .. ... 1 . 1 -
rl.-liti:ilir (A'llliWHIlC Ol IUI1II IIIIICIIUII 111- 1 ioiuiu'i:
eluding all laud In Junction between That th city recorder of the city of
.l.H.l I. V. T IJ 1. ... 41. u I ..1 I . 1 . . - .
uu v. .v.. 41. i. i. nmi tuc vuiiiiiiuin 1 joiiiis uc, ami ue iiercuy is, ordered aim
That all the property Included In said
Improvement district aforesaid Is hereby
declared to be "Local Improvement
Councilman W. W. Wlndle has
swapped his residence on Tyler
st net to 1 nomas Wliituey and n.
C. Monnich for a tract of land
north of Liuiiton. Mr.Wiudlc also
closed a deal this week for two lots
on the corner of Willamette boule
vard and Tyler street. J. H. Field'
er was the former owner of the
Class Will Anna Hrice ot,,cr contractor secured the "yob".
Music The Mellow Horn....
Hoys' Glee Club
Address Kev, Luther K, Dyott of
t . s I
Pruseutatioit of Diplomas Judge
S. II. Greene, Chairman of Hoaid
Music The Fairy Revel Arrang
ed from Pirate of Penzance.
Girls' Glee Club.
ifor Kent A large six room
house, newly kulsoinined, close in,
on South Jersey street; 13 a month.
Call Columbia 397. otf
District No. si."
That the city etielueer'a assetumeiit of
the probable total cost of said Improve
ment 01 said .'Uuciuin avenue Is f JII1.3H.
Tlmt the cost of said Mucruiu avenue
to bo assessed against the property in
mI 1 local assessment ill strict tu provided
by the dinner of the city of Jt, Johns,
Adopted uy tue council Jan. 17, 1911.
A. at. uasuM,
Published in the St. Johns Review,
jmii, 30 and 37, 1911.
directed to Issue 60 bonds of the c.ty
Improvement bonds of the city of St.
Johns, Multnomah county, Oregon,
bonds and coupons pronerlv stoned and
dated as of Nov. 1, 1910, and due in ten
An Unworthy Foeman
Hdltor Review: I have always had a
supreme contempt for u coward, nud 1 1
think that the iwrxou who signs himself I
"Hmilty" undeniably belongs in that
I signed my own name to every line
I wrote for publication. Ills failure to I
do the same forces me to one of two con
clusions: either he knows his position to
be false, or he knows his standing in the
community is such that his iiume would
more that is graft. And so it goes
ou down tlie line. Graft, graft.
graft ou every hand, on every side.
Hut what are you going to do
'1 he benefit given for Georgia
Ullyeti at the hleetric Theatre last
Saturday afternoon was well at
tended and many voluntary contri
butions giveu at the box ollice. The
snow was nrst class ami tue songs
by Mrs. lot Lee anil recitation by
Miss Nelson were well rendered
ami iiiguiy appreciated, as was
may have th,e glory of the last word if
he wishes it. lie is a foeman unworthy
of my steel,
ue iiiiiiks 11 passing strange mat a
toucher should have any friends, and
strikes me over the head of our good
friend Georgia Lewis.
"He who knows not, and knows not
that he knows not, he is a fool, Shun
hlnil" ANNA QUIGMtY.
1 he Free Ferry bill passed the
house of representatives without a I
hitch. It was one of the very few
bills that the entire Multnomah
the splendid music rendered by Pe- delegation agreed upon unanimous-
terson's Juvenile Orchestra A tidy My. Hon. K. C. Couch did valiant
little sum was realized, which will
go toward paying medical attend
ance of Miss Uilyeu. It is evidence
that she is possessed of numerous
friends, who will be particularly
and shrewd work in having the
bill advanced as far as it is. It
will come up in the senate next
week. If the bill becomes a law,
and it now looks as if it will, the
.well pleased when she is able to be greater part of the houor for its
about once more. I passage will belong to Mr, Couch,
That is the Question
Whether 'tis better to spend your nil, nnd suffer
The stings nud arrows of disappointment and failure,
Or to take arms against the small expenses for
Foolish notions that drams the purse, by opposing,
This bank offers splendid op
portunities to wage earners who
desire to save a portion of their
WHY NOT BEGIN TODAY?
3 per cent interest paid on Time
Deposits and Savings Accounts.
I The Peninsula Bank)
Dining and Sleep
Do you ever stop to think that
most of your home pleasure is
found in these two rooms.
to make them comfortable
A Golden Oak, Round Extension
Table and six Solid Oak, Gen
uine Leather Seat Dining Chairs,
regular $41. 50, now J38.00.
Special Discount on Dross and
St. Johns Furniture
years irom tlic date ol mild bond, mmi.
bcrlnu: 91,01, Qt, OJ. Q(. 06. ot. 08. x.
100, 101, 101, ioj, 104, 105, 106, 107, io3,
109, no, 111, 111, 113, 114, iij, 116, 117,
llU, n, no, 2, IJJ, !3t, 114, 125, lib.
117, 130, Q, I30, IJI, 131, 333, IW, 135,
U6, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141,, 14J, 143, 14),
143. I4U. U7. US. UQ. Mo and Hi: each
to lie of the denomination of fjoo.
That said recorder do miblUfi notice nf
the time and place when and where bid
will be redeemed nud opened (or sale.
Said bonds shall t.e sold for the hli-ln-nt
4 fAAtfii.iir.nnri a nrrn tr nisi.! "r 1 rrlr nhtnlnftlilM i. , I tn- 1 . i. .. .....
lummia i k i UKa nu i iuu iv.t . ": ..:."": ' "r r
served 10 reject any ami all bias and re
advertise the same.
Passed by the council this aith dav of
Approved by the mayor this 34th day
of January, 1911.
J. 1'. IIRNDRICKS,
Attest; A, M. IJSSON,
. . City Recorder.
rublished in the St. Johns Review.
Ol' PINAL SKTTMJMKNT
In the County Court of the State of Ore-
con ior ine county 01 aiuituomaii
In the matter of the estate of Kliiabeth
IJ. Ward, deceased.
Notice is Hereby utveu tliat the under-
I signed, administrator of the above named
estate, has tucil his final repot t and ac
count with the clerk of the above named
CITV OF ST. JOHNS
court, ami that the iudee of the above Ja". 7 I9H.
named court has fixed upon the 31A
day of February, 191 1, at 10 o'clock a,
m, of said day as the time, and the
county court room of the county court
house (n Portland, Multnomah county,
Oregon, as the place, when and where
saiu report and account will be Heard,
and when and where all persons liavinir
any objections or exceptions to anythiiii;
lu said report contained, may file the
K.1111P nnit tu 1if.fir and wlin a.irl )i trt
said estate be finally closed and settled. Sealed proposals will be received bv
TI... ...t.llAn.ln.. 41. .2 2 . I til Illli Unliml ..1.1. fT - . .
tic nisi. muuiuiiuii ui una iiuuvc u l MM.b,9.k,im i uia uuiwc 111 lile City
on the aoth dav of lanuarv: ion. and hall at St. Johns. Oregon, until Mnn,W
the last publication will be on the 17th February 37, 1911, at 4 o'clock p. m. for
day of February, 191 1. I sale ot not less than par value andec-
uu.iiuKi waku, vruCTi iiiicresi 01 improvement Uondsof
Administrator, jue cuy 01 at. 1011ns, Oretron, (the same
being Issued by authority of Ordinance
ORDINANCE NO. 348 rutfMaia of
Said bonds will be issued in de nnmt.
I nations of tsoo each, dated November I,
1910, payable tea years from date, and
Ilit ri n it 1 11 1 m ra f w . .. I c .
. j. r 1 it i 1 11 J9IO. payable tea years from d
An Ordinance EsUbllslllnir the bearing Interest at the rate of 6
tlie City Of St. Johns, BC- directed and stipulated by what is
tween Fessenden Street and
St. Johns Avenue In the
known as "The Bancroft
under which act. as amended. ui
The citv of St. Johns does ordain as
That the erode on Kelloirir street in
the city of St. Johns between Fesseudeu
street and St. John avenue be, and the
same is, established according to the
profile thereof on file in the oflice of the
city reconier, which saljl profile has been
examined and approved, and the irrade
. .. . . - -. . " . .
01 saiu si reel is ncreuy established in
The richt is reserved to releet
A. M. KSSON,
Published in the St. lohns Review
January 37 and February 3, 191 1.
CARD OF THANKS.
Capital and Surplus - - $57,000,00
Have you any pluuibiner prob
lems? If your pipes are out of or
der or.your hot water boiler needs
attention send for us, phone if in a
303 b. Jersey St, Phqee' Columbia 9.1 1 Uia oit.
We desire to thus publicly ex
tend our sincere thanks to the
neighbors and friends who so kind-
y the council January 34th, ly lent their aid and assistance dur
ing the illness and death of our be
loved husbapd and father.
Mary A. Alberts,
Approvetl by the mayor January 34lh.
Attest: A. M. Essoii.
Published In the St. Johns Review
January 37, 191 1.
8ubscrlb for Uia SU Johaa Revtow
aaa kmd pestsd oa UM-lolaKa of Mai-
1 1 uun n
Sidewalks in which washed ma
terial is used are the kind that
never have to be taken up. They
have the lasting: qualities. Pat
by the St. Johns Saad &
Gravel Co. Phone Rkhsoa 1571.