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JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, DECEMBER 20, 1906. No. IB ST fa-f A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES itching, Blind. Bleeding, Pro truding Piles, Druggists are au th orized to refund money if PAZO 'OINTMENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. Felipe S. Salazar, who was elected to the office of Justice of the Peace for St. Johns Precinct, will perhaps not qualify for the position as he has served in this capacity for six years previous, and sajs that he does not care to fill the position any longer. His many friends will regret this, and still ho,pe that he will see the matter in a diferent light soon. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY take LAXATLVK BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. (ÍHOVK'S signature is on each bux. 2ñc. District attorney Crosby has purchased a fine horse and buggy from W. J. Mallory. and when Mr. Crosby gets into his new home at Thatcher he ca.n take a, ..morning andean -evening: drive to and from his home S afford. to his law office in Mr. and Mrs. B. Schuster are preparing to make a visit to Los WE FEEL SURE Of our Ability to handle your Bank- -je ing Business to your entire Satisfaction. g We shall be glad of an Oppor j tur íty to Talk with You. THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO, St. Johns, Arizona CAPITAL, $30,000. Angeles soon, and will place they can earn their living at : Reamer-Ling their two sons, Masters Arthur j trades or on plantations. He Presentation of Loving Cup -and Edward, in the Harvard j promises to make 10,000 Mexicans O. B. Overson Military Institute where they will remain to acquire that edu cation necessary to meke them successful business men. SCATTERING MILLIONS. A Generous Aexican Mine Magnate Pedro Alvarado to Remember the Poor--Says Monuments, Libraries and Univertities Do not Feed tne Hungry Cash the Thing. Pedro Alvarado, owner of the Palmillo mine at Parral, Chihua hua, Mexico, whose wealth is estimated at more than 150, 000,000 announces that he will distribute 10. or more to the poor of Mexico within thirty days. This young man, whosixyears ago was a poor miner, offered to pay the Government debt of Mexico some time ago, but the offer was declined.- He is going to see President Diaz and renew tae offer. lie says he got his vast wealth from earth which is a part of vjCXICOi alKf ne proposes that his poor countrymen shall share his good fortune. His plan is not to give cash, but to provide homes and laud for the poor and equip them so poor children and to give away a few million every year. Already for several years he has been a liberal giver to the poor and has built churches and schoolhouses. "To erect monuments, establish libraries and endow great univer-j sities is to but help the rich and their children," he thinks, "but it neither feeds the body, clothes the naked nor saves the souls of the deserving poor. I propose to give away much of my wealth betoreldie, formoneofit I can take with me, and only a fool would horde wealth while half the world starves." Ex. COMMUNICATION. St. Johns, Ariz., Dec-18, 1006. In reply to the article publish ed in last week's paper, regarding the hearing of Miss Berry in school No. 11. I would like to make some corrections in my own behalf, wherein was stated that she was given authority to punish as she deemed advisable, and that she was advised to continue her discipline without restrictions. For lack of eviden ce the case was dismissed with recommendation that she use jevery method of correction with out the switch; if that would not do, she was to turn them over to the principal and he would look into the case. And if in his judgement he felt justified in i suspending them he might do so. And she was cautioned not to abuse or in any way mistreat any pupil. J. M. Heap, trustee. Julia S. Greer. PRESENTATION OF LOVING CUP Dec, 28, 1906 Academy, St. Johns, Ariz. Program & Chairman of the Evening W. D. Rencher Introductory Address J. W. Brown Quartette, ''Tenting Tonight" J. W. Brown. A. S. Gibbons Lavenia B. Peterson, Clara Burk Speech of Appreciation Gracia L. Fernandez Duet Misses Virgie and Ida Rudd Reminiscences Supt. J. T. Hogue Alice Berry Solo The teachers of district No. 1, the Misses Fernandez and Peter- son' a,1(1 Uieir PuPl,s; are PreP a ring to naye exercises appro priate for the Christmas holidays. A woman's magazine asks "What implement can equal a hairpin in the deft hands of a woman?" Well, sometime, a hatpin in the deft another woman. hands of The news of the Pullman Com pany's 870,000,000 surplus has moved the porters to organize preparatory to demanding a share of the swag. In the mean time the travelling public will try to be happy over an occasion al lower berth. 1 Capt- Hogue returned Prescott where he was in attend ance upon federal court as a witness in the case against J.'W. Bennett, Esq. The many friends of Mr. Bennett will be much pleased to know that he t was, found not guilty of the charges of selling whiskey to Indians. Our friend F. F. S. Meserve of Manuelito, N. M., never fails to remembeF the editor in time for the Christmas Holidays and at many other times of the 3'ear as well. In a recent letter he ex tends his best wishes accompan ied with the necessary "filthy lucre" to make everything solid at this time. Mr. Meserve has not failed to keep up this friendly relation witli the editor of Apa che County's great family news paper for many a day. The telephone pole-holes are being made now at the rate of several miles per week, W. EL Gibbons is in charge of the work men, and the placing of the poles along the line, ready for putting into the ground, is in charge of Dr. Jarvis who will have charge of "Central'' after the line has been put into operation. All the work is progressing finely under the supervision of F. W. Nelson, the president of the Company. Telephone connection with the rest of the world will soon be a reality for Apache County peo-r ple-and it will come none too soon. h - 3 ' . - Wj1 ,.;--. fe t '"-..rZ" . "