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The St. Johns Herald
And Apache News.
The Official Paper of Apache County.
fubIUhd every Thursday at St. Johm, Arizona.
r T $2.00
"AIiublcriDtlon.mut fee naM A TWA Mm
The paper will tc ttop'ped at the expiration l vhctiiiic
a e for.
AdvertUng rates fusalshed on application.
The iiew of Apache County and General
qotts, interacting to all '
g Fl. DEFIANCE NOTES.
Dr. Kennedy of Ganado spent
a. few days at the Fort during
0 C M inning, of fiAllup, is
now running the store for, G. U.
Manning, wh is in California.
The schools children gave a
very intcrerting Washington's
Birthd.iy program, Friday
On account of the heavy snow
the mail did not tret here Satur
day. Mr. Dayvlelt Gallup Hat
tirr.ay morning, but did not get
here till Monday.
Friday and Saturday last we
had one of most terrific snow
storms experienced herfe for
manyyCars. Saturday the snow
measured -14 inches. It is report
ed tnat tne snow on the moun
tains between St. Michaels and
Ganado measured 4 feet. The
snow was badly needed to assure
pastur ge .or sheep, next sum
The ( committee on suffrage
and election recomended the
passage of Irvine's bill to provide
lor the registration of women.
Kane iatroduee(f tt house bil
requiring county supesv.sois to
irispect all roads twice :i year.
"Would vou marry him if. you
"I'd marry any one that asked
me. if I were you " Houston
The Christian Secientists of
the state made application to the
legislature for public hearing on
the rnedioai bill, which they al
leged is an effort on the part of
regular practicing physicianB to
prohibit the work of their church.
They mimes as a committee,
who desire an opportunity to be
head: Allen Jay ties of Tucon,
Judge W. Wells of Prescott;
Cruce Perley of Bisbee Louis
Gareshe, of Phoenix: W. S. Mat
ton and Garth Oate-
All Kinds of Stenographic and
My prices are reasonable
and trork guaranteed
G. A. Narramork,
Court House, St. Johns, Arie.
OVE E, OVERSON
Attorney and Counselor
at - Law
Practice in Apache County
Courts and Supreme Court
St. Johns, Arizona
GILBERT ij. GREER
Practice in Apache Co. Courls.
Conveyancing and Abstracting.
Office in .Court House.
Officein Hkrald-Nkws Buildtqg
AE Cot. Commercial & Water Sts.
Will practice in the district court of
Apache Co. and the supreme court of
ALBUQUERQUE - - N. M.
JOHN D. YATES '
Attorney - at Law
Practice in Apache and. Naraio Couritr
Courts and SupremeT'otirt of Arusona
Special attention to Crown "W"'rk ami
Offices! S. C. Cnrrillo BIdg., st Door from
St. Johns, Arizona
W. D. RENCHER
St. Johns. - - Arizona
Take and. read the HiJuald
News, and always- be happy
Pass around some of the good
things of life to the friends
Ladies" and Gentlemen's Furnishings ;
Agents' for -
McCormick Harvesting Machinery
R. J. FRAZ1ER Harness and SADDLES V
International Made-to-measure Clothes for me :
American Ladies' Taiorino Company for women
Barton Bros. Shoes "
A. B. SCHUSTER CO:
Dealers inae . ;
St.. Johns, A rh on a ; .'!
fene at New
stmiying three new StylefStetson 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".
C. M. Inst.
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