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THE ST. JOHN
. '. and Apache News
ST. JOHNS, APAGHE CO.. ARIZONA, FEBRUARY 20, 19i3
to feel just. as free to come into this bank
and ask questions about the. advantages
of having a bank account for the care
and protection of YOUR money as you
would feel in going into any store to ask
about the quality . or price of a piece of
No matter how small your income a
bank account will help you to take bet
ter care of it, help you to accumulate
Did you see the
I and in, her absence schooi
the show at', was C0U(jucted bv AfiR Pparl
the Academy last Saturday pattergon
night? Of course ou did lorj
everybody turned out-their Mr. Jonn S, Allen spent -a
p. ckets. By ith'o way, that! few day visiting friends" in St.
reminds us, Here's a conundrum J Johns "
for our readers; How many j
times, does a man have to be Prof", and Mrs. F. M.
'stung' before he becomes .a, Whiting and babies, and
'stinjfee'? But that's getting1 Miss Bervl Johnson npnt.
entire!, off the subject. WeFrid d Saturday in Qi
weie talking about the Show at! t ,
Hi, AriPmv. Tt W nndoiiht:- u.",,,,s, nome S5UI1-
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-APACHE BANK & TRUST CO.
St. Johns, Arizona
W. B. Parks of St. Johns
was in town Monday of this
week on business. Coconino
Mi's. Julia Greer, who lias
been at tJlii'ton visiting with
-hr daughter 'Edith for the
'pa.st three months arrived
homo last Thursday evening.
.1. W. Waite and family
who have spent the past two
months visiting here with
relatives left' for their home at
Human last Mondav.
On next Saturday night the
Woodmen will be hosts at a
card, box-ball, billiard and
pool parly at: the Armijo
Hall. A large number of
Irhftids of the members of the
)t(lo,. will be invited but the
Im)s with the ax will pay for
Sheriff Peraha and Mrs.
Peralta returned Sunday fr m
their trip to Phoenix.
Mr. Oswald, an experienced
farmer and stock-i wer.who
passed through St. Johns
late last summer and has bee;:
tiphi the hills with his family
since that time, came in last
Saturday auain and after
looking over the country,
yesterday filed on 160 acres of:
land just east of town. Mr. I
Oswald comes from South-J
western New Mexico where j
irrigation IV m artesian wells
is extensively carried on and
it is his opinion that an abun
dant supply of artesian water
underlies all the county sur
rounding St Johns. He in
tends to sink experimental
well early in the spring.
Alma Davis is busy just
now fencing his' lots in the
southeast part of town, part
of theiri front on Kempe
edly the greatest tiling of its
kind that has .ever been palled .ftp. Ashel H. Smith, wife
off in St. Johns, not even except- ;onri k0i; r b' i
' . . , ; ana on uies spent last Sunday
ing the circus t lint visited us . , -7
last fall. They say that it's only j
asteov 1'rom the sublime to thel M.A.Ji.P.
i idiculous. We il that show over
jumped the bounds of sublimity
by about seven miles and a naif.
Hud it nut been' for the literary j On last Saturday afternoon
and musical program which j Bishop Heber Jarvis united
proceeded the main part of,hcin marriage Mrs.- Myrtle A
exhibition.it vult have goneim i , ,r
down in hisrorv as the greatest lal,r and " Mr- 0wen Gib
aggregation of col-ssal riiiicuicj -' 0uIKS ' at tne home of Mr.
ides and - the most stupendnous Gibbons' parents. -The bride
conglomeration of the substance came to Apache Oountv some
that remains when vau take the j thing like a year ago and
outside houndary line away from ti . .. v j
. .4. w -u t . tmce that , tune has made
the letter O that Svas ever put' ... '
uef re the innocent and unsus- man-v fiends. Jhe happy
lectins public. ; groom is known all over, the
Anyway, ue all went, saw and ! country as one of the enter
were conquered and came away i j rising young men' of St
sadder and wiser--and ynfcli con-' t i mt ,
. , , , . Johns. lhe young couple
siderably less change in our, . . , , . r
pockets. Let's, have another one! W,H res,de w,th Mr. Gibbons
just like it. Barnum once made parents until Spring, when
the immortal expression that 'All they will erect a home of
the people like to be jfooled'. , their own. They have the
well taKe barnum s word lor it hearfy wishes of the HERALD
land its readers, for a loner.
happy, prosperous and suc
of course, but it's against our
Concho News Items.
Last Friday, February 14
the school children received
their annual treat of cndyj
C. R. Pacheco has been at
Los Pi las this week looking
over some work which lie
I contemplates doing as soon
as the weather will permit.
and nuts. The children from
Mr. Allen s department met
with the pupils of Mrs. Pat-: g. E. Lewis of Ramah,. N.
terson's and there they werejM. arrived today to be pres-
dehcious f-nt at the L. D S o.nnforwon
which convenes tomorrow.
served with the
fruit that children ove so
well and after a right merry
hour they were dismissed! J- S. Gibbons is suffering
and Statehood dav was ob-i'ith pneumonia.
L. DJ S. Conference con
venes here tomorrow. .
Mrs. M. Alice Patteason
was given a weeks furlough
last veek during which time
she made a trip to Ergar,
The infant son 'f Mr. and
Mrs. -Fred Rothlisberger is
serious y ill.
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