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The St. Johns Herald
And Apache News
GEOE. WATTE, Publisher.
The Official Paper of Apache County
PbMWikI every ThuriTt St. Johm, Arizona.
0 TMf $2.00
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Ad wttiaz rates f umUhcd on application.
The news of Apache County and General
oews, interacting to all
JANUARY fS, 195
FT. DEFIANCE NOTES, f
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cordry of
Cantonment Okla., arriyed at the
Port last Tuesday. Mr. Cordry
is the nevy government farmer for
Cornfields and will go out there
as soon as the weather is better!
Messrs, Manning and Gehoe,
Mrs. Stewart and Miss Blesi
went to Crystal Sunday to spend
the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Six teams have been hauling
ice from Red Lake to the Fort for
the. past week. The unusual cold
weather has been good for put?
ting: up ice. The lowest temper
ature was 14 degrees below zero.
Supt. Paquette went to Albu .
querque on the 12th, on business.
Mrs. CI ara White, the new
seamstress for the Chin Lee
school, came last Monday. She
goes to Chin Lee on the 18th.
Sam Paquette, tiader at St.
Michaels was visiting at the Fort
Mr. and Mr. G. U. iManning
entertained a number of their
friends. Saturday night.
Thelndians haye been holding
court here during- the past week.
Many interesting cases were tried
All Kinds of Stenographic and
My prices are reasonable
and work guaranteed
G. A. 'Narramqrk,
Court House, St. Johns, Ariz.
OVE E. OVEKSON
Attorney and Counselor
at - Law
Practice in Apache County
Courts and Supreme Court
St. Johns, ( Arizona
GILBERT E. GREER .
Practice in Apache Co- Courts.
Conveyancing and Abstracting-.
Office in Court House.
. -NOTARY, PCB.UC-
Officein Herald-News Building
SE Cor. Commercial & Water Sta.
The county supervisors on
Tuesday, canvassed the petitons
calling- for an election to vote on
the question "shall Navajo Coun
ty be "Wet or Dry". Thev will
issue the call for a special election
for the voters o Navajo county
to vote on the question, at their
next meeting February 3. The
petitions were numerously signed
and there is no questions but the
fight will be a hard one between
the "moist fellows" and the "ex
cuse meV Holbrook News.
Watch for new features in the
Herald-News all along at times.
The columns of this paper are
always open for discussion of any
vital subjects, and everybody is
invited to discuss the topics that
Attorney-al-La w .
'Will practice in the district court of
Apache Co. and the supreme court of
Albuquerque - - N. M.
Attorney - at - Law
'Practice in Apachn and Navajo County
Courta and Supreme Court of Arizona
Special attention to Crown "Work and
Officei: S. C. Carn'do BIdg., st Door from
St. Johns, Akizona
W. D. RENCHER
St. Johns. - - -Arizona
Take and read the Herald
News, and always be happv
Pass around some of the good
things of life to the friends
The Ariz. C. M. Inst-
OF ST. JOHNS
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishings
Studebaker Wagdns ,!
McCormick Harvesting Machinery
R. J. FRAZIER Harness and SADDLES
International Made-to-measure Clothes for men
American Ladies' Talorino Compeny for women
BaJton Bros. Shoes.
A. B. SCHUSTER CO.
St. Johns, Arizona
ing three new Stylef&ietson hats.
OUR business has grown
to its present size because
of the values we have given. . Every
bit of merchandise we sell is the best
obtainable at its price. That is why
we feature "Stetson" hats. Let your
new hat be a "Stetson".