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ST. JOHNS HERALD
AND APACHE NEWS
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF APACHE COUNTY
November 8, 1917.
I hate to be a kicker, for it does
not stand for peace;
But the wheel that does the
squeaking is the one that gets, the
grease. Mallet and Planer.
Y.M.C.A. CENTERS GODSEND
FOR SOLlIER BOYS
"I don't know, but whoever
it is God bless them. They
are the fathers of millions of
All Worn Out
The most humanizing or
ganized activites of war time
is the work of the Young
Men's Christian Associations,
in the training camps at home
overseas and in the prison
camps. Wherever our boys
are sent they wil1 find the
sign of the Red Jriangle, the
Army representative of this
wonderful organization on
hand to welcome them with
its tonic atmosphere of good
cheer, sociability and clean
For splendid constructive
work this organization is car
rying on is almost beyond de:
scription. Any one of the
150,000 of our boys now on
the firing line in France and
the millions at home in the
training camps, would tell you
the same thing this Arizona
boy wrote to his folksat
"I feel as if you ought to
know something of the work
of this life-saver, the Y.M.C.A.
Since the "Y" shack was
opened the dance-hall on
Houston Street are deserted.
You will recall when I first
landed here I wrote that we
had the best crap-shooters and
card sharks in the Army.
Well, that is a thing of the
past here. The old cry of
"Come Baby Joe" and "Stay
with me Phoebe" is no more.
The "Y" has the gang. Two
of them have become checker
fiends, one won' the dominoe
championship . and the other
two are playing on the basket
ball team and studying
"If you have loved ones at
home, it is impossible to resist
the open ink bottles and the
pens and paper which are
supplied free. It makes you
ashamed to think that the "Y
is more interested in your
home- folks than you are
You know that I was a "slack
er" when it comes to religion
That was partly due4 to the
way it was handed to me.
But the "Y" hands out in re
ligion in doses that a man can
take. It tightens up the halt
er that gets loose when a man
gets away from home.
Does the morning find you with
alame.stiff and aching back? Are
you tired all the time find work
a burden? Have you suspected
your kidneys? Globe people en
dorse Doan's Kidney Pills. You
can surely rely on their state
Mrs. Anna Rowe, Devereux &
Apache Sts., Box No. 444, Globe,
Ariz., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills
are a family remedy in our home
and it is seldom that we are with
out Lhem. Sometimes when I
catch cold, it settles on mv kid
neys and I suffer with backache.
When I get these attacks I feel
so tired out and listless I can hard
ly go. Dizzy spells come over me
and black spots float before my
eyes, blurring my sight. A few
doses of - Doan's Kidney Pills have
always quickly removed this
trouble so I can again go about
my housework, feeling like my
self." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same.!
that Mrs. Rowe uses. Foster
Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N,
A sword, broken and rusty,
but with -the hilt intact, said to
have been bathed in the waters
of the Pacific by Balboa centuries
ago, is among the prized relics
of the United States Marine
Corps. The weapon was found
in the grip of a dead revolution
ary leader by a marine during
the rebel uprising in Nicaragua
in 1912. It formerly reposed in
a museum at Leon At that time
the steel of the sword was' in
fairly good condition and could
be bent double without breaking,
after four centuries of use. Ac
cording to traditions, Bnlboa
killed many natives with it prior
to his discovery of the Patific
Mrs. P. O. Stuchell Tells How
She Cured Her Son of a Cold
"When my son Ellis was sick
with a cold last winter I gave him
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It helped him at once and quickly
broke up his cold," writes Mrs,
P. O. Stuchell, Homer City, Pa.
This remedy has been in use for
many years. Its good qualities
have been fully proven by many
thousands of. people . It is pleas
ant and safe to take, Adv.
Yoahave no enemies, you, say.
Alas! my friend the boast is
He who has mingled in the fray
Of duty, that the brave endure,'
Musthava made foes! If you
Small is the work that you
You've hit no traitor on the hip.
You've dashed no cup from
You've never turned the wrong
You've been a coward in lifp's
For a Weak Stomach.
As a general rule all you need
to do is to adopt a diet suited to
your age and accupation and keep
your bowels regular. When you
feel that you have eaten too much
and feel constipated, take one of
Chamberlain's Tablets. Adv.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate on
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Babbitt Brothers; a Co-partner
D. B . Baca and wife Mary Baca,
Jose J. Baca, C. E. Wiltbank, and
Joseph K . Udall, Defendants.
Under and by virtue of an ex
ecutive and order of a sale, and
decree of foreclosure and sale,
issued out of the Superior Court
of the State of Arizona, in and
for the County of Apache, on the
26th day of October, 1917, in the
above entitled action, wherein
Babbitt Brothers, a Co-partnership,
the above named plaintiff,
obtained a judgement and decree
of foreclosure and sale against D.
B. Baca and his wife Mary Baca,
on the third day of October, 1917,
for the sum of Fifteen, hundred
dollars with interest theron from
March 1st, 1916, until paid, less
$110.62, plus an attorneys fee
computed by taking ten per cent
of the principal and interest due
at date of judgment amounting to
$162.69 in money of the United
States, l am commanded to sell
all that certain piece or parcel of
land, situate, lying and being in
the County of Apache, State of
Arizona, and bounded and de
scribed as follows: Two story
building located in Springerville,
Apache County, jon the east side
of road leading to Eagar and St.
Johns, together with stock of
good contained in said building;
said property being 88-5 feet
northwest corner, then east south
of road 104-5 feet, north-east
corner of this tract, then south
124-9 feet, then west l63-5 feet,
Bounded west by public street,
North by road, East by land of
E. J. Saffel, South by land now
occupied by Catholic Church;
Said premises are a part of Lot
37, Block 44of the town of
Springerville,. State of Arizona.
Public notice is hereby given
that on the 26th day of Novem
ber, 1917, at two o'clOck P. M.
of that day, in front of the Court
House door of the County of
Apache, Arizona, I will in obedi
ence to said order of sale and de
cree of foreclosure and sale, sell
the above described property, or
so much thereof as may be neces-.
sary to satisfy said judgment,
with interest and costs, etc., to
the highest and best bidder for
Dated this 26th day of October,
E. W. Grimes, Sheriff.
Get a Jtitdtefeier
ir p i ( t
To the Taxpayers of Apache Co.
The first -Installment of the
1717 Taxes goes delinquent at 5
P. M. on Monday. November 5th.
1917, and notice is hereby given
that for a period of Ten Days
thereafter I will not receive any
payments on the 1917 Assessment
Roll. All Tax Payers lettiug their
taxes go delinquent will be
charged 4 penalty and 10
Interest per annum.
Treasurer of Apache County.
Nov. 1st and 8th.
Certain Cure for Croup.
Mrs. Rose Middleton, of Green
ville, 111., has had experience in
the treatment of this disease.
She says, "When my children
were small my son had croup fre
quently. Chamberlains Cough
Remedy always broke up these
attacks immediately, and I was
never without it in the house. 1
have tuken it myself for coughs
and colds with good results."
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, r Let us show you how a Stude
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A Studebaker demonstration
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real motoring comfort actually
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