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The St Johins Herald
And Apache News
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H. D. Ross
P. W. O'Sullivan
The Official Paper of Apache County.
Published every Thursday at St. Johns, Arizona,
One year..; .' $2.00
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The news of Apache County and General
news, interseting to all . V
NOVEMBER 2, 1911 .
Anna Margaret had a great many
toys, and her mother thought she
ougjit to give some of them away
before Christmas to less fortunate
children. Anna Margaret was will
ing to part with the broken trunk
and the cracked set of dishes and
the one legged bear and a few other
toys that were in, the same dilapi
dated condition, bat vrhen it .came
to her pet baby doll, xhe one that
went to sleep with her every night,
she rebelled. Mamna assured her
that Santa Claus would undoubted
ly bring to her another doll, even
better. She refused to be comfort
ed. "Mamma,'v she wailed, "if God
sent you another baby would you
give me away?" She kept her doll.
Delineator. . ' '
Not a Wail For Bryan.
"Let us have the worst," says the
Brooklyn Eagle. That sounds like,
though It isn't a declaration for Bryan.
N-ew York Tribune.
Candidate Sherman has been pre
sented with a loving cup. The next
thing in order is to present Candidate
Kern with a shaving cup. Omaha Bee.
8ame Old Story.
Taft talked "straight talk" to his
countrymen about every issue that en
grosses the thoughts of Americans to
day. Bryan promises a series of post
scripts to dispose of tariff, railroads,
currency, trusts and everything else of
real importance. And then he engages
In one of his melancholy searches after
a "paramount issue" and finds it in
the rhetorical, fustian and tinsel plati
tude, "Shall the people rule?"
It is the old, old story. The garb of
the conservative does not sit well upon
the born Crusader. Mr. Bryan has put
forth a tactful, smoothly phrased bun
dle of generalities, and he has done so
at the very moment when the mental
appetite of the whole, people is sharp
ened for strong meatand not wind
With a score of honestly disputed
and important questions open, he
chooses deliberately to select as the
chief issue of the campaign a query to
which there is absolutely no negative
response "Shall the people rule?" The
people always have ruled and always
will rule: Philadelphia North' Ameri
can, Aug. 15, 1908.
Ross & O'Sullivan
. Attorneys at Law
Will attend the .Apache County Courts
.. Prescott, Arizona
Reamer Ling, .
ATTORNEY-AT-LA W ,
Offieeih Herald-News Building-.
SE Cor. Commercial & Water Sts.
Will practice in jbhe district court, of
Apache Co. and the supreme court of
Arizona ; .
Albuquerque - - N. -M.
Attorney - at - Law
Offices-over Navajo-Apache Bank ,
Practice in Apache County Courts
and Supreme Court of Arizona
St . Johns.
M.' DEPUTY .
Special attention to Crown Work "and
' Bridge Work
Offices: S. C. Carrillo BIdg., 1st Door from
Commercial Street ;
St. Johns. Arizona
DRS. ROBERTS BOULDIN
Physicians & -Surgeons
St . Johns.
W. D. RENCHER
County Surveyor. ''
' Irrigation . Engineering
St. Johns. - - Arizona
Any transfer of title lacking in Records
of Apache County, we can tell you
Reliable Surveys made
St. Johns Arizona
T..Iw Tirt 1 j it r j
'Bryan cause in California, which re
cals the fact that Bryan's campaign in
Nebraska for Parker kept the Repub
lican majority in the state down to
86,000. St Louis Globe-Democrat
Marinus Christcrisen PropV
WEST AVENUE, North of A. C. M. I.
St. Johns, . . .Arizona
The Ariz. C. M. Inst
OF ST. JOHNS
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A. & B. SCHUSTE
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P at en f Medicines
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St. J ohns, A riz
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