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St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, October 26, 1911, Image 1

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tSlte - 'ofl 28. ' .0h ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO; ARIZONA, OCTOBER 26. ,1911 "'. " TJSd.'fll- "'
IF YOU
: hemany advpitagbs of a Check Account, fully
f - realize that a Qbeck Account will help you coi
fffUfM'tp Jom eaimfngs, help, you to accumulate a
competence for oTd
.i-'
. start an -aocouAt with
Present
Earnings
s.
age
NAVAJO-APACHE BANK & TRUST CO,
Juan E. Padilla was over
frbm Concho last week on a
-'short business trip, and re--turned
home in time to be in
spector of the primary when
tUe candidates were nomina
ted1 for- state and couy.Q;i
."In keeping' our ;we
eyJ om matters andiihfeg
jnor&er to see whatrour 'boyfe
feom Apache county are do
ing ground and about outside
of the besttseunty in ihe S Wy
or Southwest, we find three
of our boys on the basketball
teamf the Northern Arizo-jjail and left without even ma
naJNormal at Flagstaff: June! king arrangements to pay an
9iid John Gibbons, of Sajnt
Johns and Wilford Hamblin
ofEagar. These three with
Messrs Brinkerhoff of Wood
ruff and Smith of St. Joseph,
Navajo bounty, -are the Nor
mal's team tMs season, and
it is said the Normal is going
to send a team over to Saint
Jolms sopn: wonder those
REALIZE
age. why not come in and;:
us?:
4.3pe;; assure you of our willingness to
Ki.ou inn way" we can consistent
Mth soundman king principles.
No red tape-in opening an account at
:1hisbank. Make youi deposit, add to it as
yocafre3ull -pujoniiiw
be subject to your r.der at'aiiy time.
izona
boys are coming over home
here to have the sox knocked
offen em, here, where they
learned the game?
TWO PRISONERS
4 'TAKE FRENCH LEAVE"
. Two prisoners, who were
boarding at our Gounty hotel
awaiting an action of a grand
jrjry, took it into their heads
to "make a change.' ' So, on
Monday night they sawed an
iron bar in a window of the
Attorney's fee They sawed
the iron biar with one leg of
a pair of scissors, sharpened
for the occasion or it. might
be it was a bladB of a pair of
scissors instead of a leg; they
have gone, but sheriff Peral
ta's posse are on the trail and
the boardters may return in a
day or so.
v County recorder Galtegos
came in from Concho Wed
nesday, and Madam Rumor
says he will go to New Mexi
co this week where he will
wed one of the f charming
youug ladies of Socorro coun-
tyj'next week.. ;
- ' . e W : ( (
tf'HE PRIMARY
ELECTION
Thg Primary on Tuesday
passedjotf very quietly, with
a light, vote polled in all ,the
precincts, as far as known at
this ime. Thiere was but
bne office on the republican
ticket, and but one on the
democrat ticket, for which
two men Qontended. - Natur
ally ; tasiako-fay' ex
citemenfc incidentfd a regu
lar old fashioned campaign
between 'contending political
parties. The general belief,
so faias we are aware, is to
the effect that the benefits of
the Primary hardly justify
the ''Wear and tear" of the
big loV of machinery used by.
this method in nominating a
fellow for office,. , "
The candidates for state of
fices are, in the main, not in
timately known by the ma
jority of the voters of our
pnnntv. and lack of damnaiffn
. . . i !
mg, too, m this primary has j
CULOUii interest in uie cianiib.
of state candidates, to som
extent.
Dr. Bouldin has reeesved
authoritative analyses ofthe
spring water and the river
water which are used here.
While there are several mm- tiOI1 that the canal of the irriga
erals in each, there is none of company be either bridged grav
a harmful nature; arid there el crossing made in compliance
are no bacteria or gorms in with th statutes or a culvert put
. , in, at the expense of the appli-
eitner water. can under the direption and .
proval of the County Superin
William K. Curtis,' Who for(tendent of roads, and in case of .
years furnished the Chicag o' bridge or culvert orgravel cross-Record-
Herald with a couple ling that proper approaches to
of colums of interesting matter ' such crossing bridge or culvert
from some part of the he also made at the expense of ' ,
worlds is dead. the applicant and to be approved;
OFFICIAL
MINU'
vQffice of the Board of .Siupeiwi
SGfS'' - 1 ',v J
': Oct. 3d,49U. - .
The Board met this day at 830
a. m. pursuant to recess lasfetak
en. Present, Joseph Udall, Chair 1
man, David Ortega, member, the
sheriff, district-attorney and the -clerk:.;
The minutes of yesterday's .,
meeting, Oct. 2d, were read and
approved.
The following applicants were
granted leases on school land, to .
wit: r Adolph Goesling, .Sec 16,
'Tl 7 N., R31 E.: at a rental of
$2o pr vear, P: P. Rencher, Ei
NWiNWi, WiNEiNWi,
NWi, ot 'section 16, T. 8N.;( R, ,
29 Ew at yearly rental of $3f.oo3
Joe Pearce, SBiNWi, sectionrS'
T. 8 1SL, R. tfyt'f
taLof $2.oo. N. K Marble, "Wi
NWNW section l'f, T. 8 N.5.
R. 29 E,. at a yearly rental of $1. ;
W. W. Eagar, SNBi, E4W '
NEi EWNEi. of section
16, T. 8N.,R. E., at a yearly :
rental of $5. Geo. A. Eagfar, Ef,
NWi, WNEi, section 16. T. 81
N. R. 29 E., at a yearly rental oi
' In the matter of the petitions,
for franchise by Nebo Efectric,
Light and Power Company arfd'
bt. Johns Electricity and Power,
for placing- poles, wires and ca-
bles in the streets of the town of
St. Johns, the matter is postpon
ed until the 10th inst for the pur-
pose of having at that time the
orm fv&nchise to be granted Qr
rartpfq onKmittpH fn thk Rnri
for its consideration and action.
v
In the matter of the petition of
the St. Johns Irrigatipn Co., for
the right of way across Logan,
West Washington, and Temple"
Streets in the town of St. Johns,-
the said right of way is hereby
granted uppn the express condi, .
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