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THE ST. JOHNS HERALD
and Apache News
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Vol 29.
ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA., JANUARY 9, 19i3
No. 19
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We "Want
Y-O-U
to feel just as free to come into this bank
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and ask questions about trip aavantages.g
of having a bank account for the care
and protection of YOUR money as youfi
would feel in going into any store to ask
about the quality or price of a piece of g
goods. . ,
No matter how small your' income a g
bank account will help you to take bet-
ter care of it, help you to accumulate g
more.
NAVAJO-APACHE BANK & TRUST CO. 1
St. Johns, Arizona
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It don't freeze here in Apa
che County, so we are told.
Henry Marshall was in from
his ranch' this week'. Henry
says that it has been the cold
est ever.
The Apache Cpunty Live
Stock Association will meet
tomorrow to transact business
pertaining to the association.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patter
son, came up from Holbrook
today and will visit with par
ents and friends for a few
weeks. '
Hen Slade was in the citv
for a few days this week,
visiting with bis daughter,
who is attending the Aca--demy
this winter.
. N. P. Duran has been ap
pointed Constable for the St
Johns precinct by the board
of Supervisors, upon petition
of the tax payers of St Johns.
On last Friday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Solomon Waite cel
ebrated their fortieth Wed
ding anniversary., by inviting
in their children and grand
children! The evening was
spent in playing games, after
which light refreshments were
served. A1 1 voted a pleasant
evening, and departed for
their homes wishing their
grand parents many happy
prosperous new years togeth
er yet, Mr. Waite is now 65
years young while Mrs. Waite
is 60 years young.
Light snows continue to fall
around here generally, and are
wetting up the ground for early
grass. Snow in the mountains
varies from one foot to several
feet in depth, some tell us we
hayen't been up there to see.
The Board of Supervisors last
Monday awarded the county pub
lishing and printing contracts to
the Herald-News.
The same old trouble. NO
WATER.
SPRINGERVILLE NEWS .NOTES.
Frank Wiltb&nk has been
spending a few days with us and
reports the snow mostly all gone
- t Greer.
Messrs. Ellis and Youog from
Campbell's ranch are in' town
shopping this week.
Mr. G. Dunning has gone to
Giifton, Arizona to take his son
to a warmer climate, his son Jas.
has tuberculosis and cannot with
stand this high altitude.
There was a Leap year ball
given in Hunter hall on the 27th
by the Ladies Thimble Club.
Music being furnished by Kirt
and Leo Maxwell.
Tomas Baca was arrested the
30th for the unlawful carrying of
fire arms, was arraigned before
Justice Averette and was fine
$25.00 and his gun forfeited to
the county.
A. C. M. I. filed suit vs. George
J. Trimble to recover a merchan
dise account o f 200.00. Mr.
Trimble failed to answer and
judgement has gone against him
by default in justice Averette 's
court.
Ben Slade is in from the cow
camp on the Carrizo spending
holidays with h i s family , at
Eagar.
The Academy students who
have been visiting their homes
during: vacation have returned to
St. Johns to take up their studies
with the New Year.
Holidays have passed off quiet-.
1y with no disturbances, law and
order has prevailed and the com
munity is not all torn up as usual,
but all seems to be wearing a
smile while many ate remarking
that 1912 has been one of the
most prosperous years that the
people have experienced.
Ray Abbott of Pueblo, Colo.,
died of heart failure on the even
ing of Jan. 3, while riding in his
auto twenty miles west of Spring
erville on the Ft. Apache road.
Mr. Abbott was headed for Phe
nix accompanied by his wife, son
and daughter. They had passed
Horse Shoe Cienega and about 5
p. m. Mr. Abbott began to weak
en and asked that they stop and
make a fire and. warm, and upon
leaving the fire was heard to say,
"I am bad off," and sank back in
his auto seat dead. The party
returned to Springerrille that
evening and the next day the re
mains were shipped to Pueblo,
Mr. Abbotts family accompanied
the remains home. Willie Home
righausen took Mrs. Abbott and
family to Holbrook in ms new
Chalmers.
O. L. Hart, of Flagstaff has
been up this week buying steers
we learn that he is paying $25.00
$30.00 and $35.00 for 1, 2 and 3
year olds. John Pearce and Cap
Babbitt accompanied Mr. Hart.
J. F. Sherwood the lumberman
came in from the sawmill bring
ing in the old boiler and return
ing same to C. S. Love. Mr. Love
intends locating or installing his
lumber mill at Nutrioso and Mr.
Sherwood goes on to Holbrook to
get his new and much larger
boiler.
Three new farmers have just
arrived in Eagar the past twenty
four hours, and will live at the
home of Mrs. George Eagar, Mrs.
Wna. Lytle and Mrs. Andrew
Maxwell, mothers and boys are
reported as doing well.
Bud Shoop from .Black river is
spending a few days'in tovrn, Bud
reports the snow on the moun
tain near Crosby's ranch' eight
inches before the last show storm
and. eight inches is. reported the
last fall beiig 16 inches on the
level.
Cattlemen report the stock win
tering well thus far with few
losses and the range is not over
stocked which looks encouraging
with the prices of cattle still soar
ing, we are no prophet, but do
look to se1 within the next two
years hundred of the range steers
fattened on the alfalfa 'fields of
Apache County and shipped to
the California markets as prime g
beef. Dennis
FOR SALE-f'-IOro
some fine lots short distance out.
Also have house for rent. See
GILBERT E. GREER, at the
Court House.
The Herald-News had a letter,
recently, from John T. Brown,
one of Apache's boys who are
making good elsewhere in the
world, and John says that he is
always mighty glad to get the
Herald-News and news generally
from the "old home town."
F. W, Brown, who has been
the Supt. of the A. C. M. I.
here for the past two 'ears
will leave about the 15th for
the east where it is his intent
ion tu study medicines. He
will be accompanied by Mrs.
Brown and the children, and t
they will be absent for four
years. Their many friends
here wish them success.

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