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AND APACHE NEWS
ST. JOHNS, APACHE GO.. ARIZONA, NOVEMBER 29, 1906.
HI-DAI li 'smwmmm
Mrs. Sii kg is giving away
Uncle Russell's wealth U indi
vidual's, bend on your address.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Ta km I, AX ATI VIC- BROMO
Qui nine Tablets. Druggists refund
...... .y t
it it hi Us to cure. i. . .
is on e;cn
And now it seems to be found
out that those city officials who
had charge of the "Relief Funds,"
itc, in San Francisco alter the
earthquake disaster put consider
able amount of the funds into
their own pockets to slay there.
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES
Itching, lUimi. Bleeding, Pro
truding Piles, Druggists are ;iu
th orized to refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure in G to 14
lion. J. E. Jones, our attorney
friend of Flagstaff who has many
friends in Apache County, was
elected County Superintendent
of Public -Schools for Coconino
County at the late election. Our
neighbor on the west wi ll,ha ve .in i
Mr. Jones an excellent man at the j
head of her school sstem
Tluse land and timber svndic-
Of our Ability to handle your Bank
ing Business to your entire Satisfaction. ét
S We shall be glad of an Oppor
ét turity to Talk with You
THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO.
ates in the Northwest are fright
fully slow about sending their
expeessions of regret over secret-
ary Hitchcock's retirement
Famous Strike Breakers.
The most famous strike break
ers in the land are Dr. King's
New Life Pills. When liver and
j bowels go-on strike, thev quickly
settle the trouble, and the puri
lying" work goes right on. Best
cure for constipation, headache
and dizziness. 25cat St. Joh-ns
Dru- Co. druggist.
Miss Maud Norris and Edwin
Furness Leigh were married in
the Congregational church, this
city, at high noon yesterday.
Mrs. Leigh ih the beaut i ful, ami
able and accomplished daughter
of FJon. T. G. Norris of this city.
Mr. Leigh is a prominent young
business man f Chicago. Tne
church w is cro .vded with friends
of the happy cou-ple. many of
i whom were at the depot when
they left on their special car for
their home in Chicago, carrying
with them- the best wishes and
; hearty congratulations of a host
o H'r i e n d s . Con r i e r.
Districi attorney Crosby went
to Spri ugervil le to look afier le
gal matters, last week
Our Next Legislature.
Complete returns from over the'
territory have been exceedingly
slow, but they, now show that
the council will stand: Reptibli-
cans, ; uemocrats, o.
The Assemblv stands: Dem
ocrats, 16:-republicans, 8.
The following democrats were
elected to the council:
Maricopa county-E. B- O'Neill
Pinal county-Thomas Weed in.
Gilacount G. VV. P. Hunt.
Cochise Steve Roomer.
Mohave P. P. Collings.
.The republicans elected to the
council are as follows:
Coconino county H. C. Lock
ett. Yavapai count A. J. Doran
Apache John T. 1 logue.
Navajo Robert Scott.
Graham J. L. Cleveland.
Pi.na E. W. Dickerman.
Yuma Donal Mclntyre.
- The democrats elected to the
Maricopa county W. D. Bell,
E. C. Bunch, J. VV. Crenshaw,
Graham county W. W. Pace.
Pinal count J. I. Coleman-'
Ya v a pa i county Geo rge W
Hull and D A. Burke.
Mohave county C. G. Krook.
Navajo county Win. Morgan.
Gila county John McCormick.
Santa Cruz county Bo J.
Cochise county N. E. Bailey,
John Slaughter, Owen Murphy.
Coconino county L. S. Wil
liams. The members of the assembly
who are republicans are:
Yuma county J. B. Martin.
Pima count Messrs. Adolph
Bail, David Morgan, A. V. Cros
setta. Yavapai R. N. Davidson
Apache S. E. Day.
Pinal Lott Gills.
Graham D. W. Wickersham.
DO YOU WANT A $20
SILK WRAPPER OR A
7 DOLL FREE?
DO YOÜ KNOW
WHERE Y0Ü CAN
At SCHUSTERS of course
Isaac Barth, Esq., district at.
torney elect, informs us that Mr.
A. S. Gibbons will be his assist
ant. Indians were recently held to
answer to t lie charge of killing
deer, in Round Valley. It is sup-
posed that the deer bucks and
; deer does got awav. and were
not killed, as the Indian bucks
came here scott-feee, and were
! bunting up fellows who could
j "Merest them in a game of koon-.
.My Magazine, 'investing for
profit" (which TU send free) is
worth 10 a copy to any man who
intends to invest any money,
however small; who has money
invested tmprofitably or who can
save S5 or more per month, but
who hasn't learned t lie art of
investing for pro lit.
It demonstrates the reai, earn
ing power of mone the knowl
edge financiers and bankers hide
from the masses.
It shows how to invest small
sums and how to make them grow
into fortunes-the actual uos--sihilities
of intelligent invest
ments. It reveals the enormous profits
bankers make and shows how
one can make the same profits
It explains how stupendous
fortunes are made arid why they
art made how S1.UU0 grows to
To - i n t rod uce my. maga z i n e;
write me now. mention this
paper, and l;li send it .six months
40777 Jacksoh Boulevard
Milly "But she said nothing.
She suffered in silence."
Tilly "Must hiLve been awful
suffering-like that tor a woman."
Trusts no longer enjoy a oeriod -of
rest after a campaign is over
Time was, when the only attacks
made upon thern were in campa
ingnsand they were only verbal
attacks. Now the firing is kept
up all th.: year round, and no
blank cartridges are used.
The happiest woman" says
Mrs. Hetty Green, "is the one
who sits by the fireside ami says
'yes dear' to every stupid remark
her husband makes". A bit
unkind of Hetty to hand a solar
plexis punch like this to a pleas-
ant fiction. Kind o' liked to hear
tne oni jony once in a wniie.
But it's gone now. Suppose the
most of us will have to go
through the rest of our days
being called "Fuzzy-Wuzzy" or
"Baldy" or something like that.
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