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ST. JOHNS HERALD km APACHE NEWS "A 5c- I T-r Je i i i i , , - Voh 23. ' ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, DECEMBER 27, 1906. Na iff 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 ilavs. 50c. One home in St. Johns was saddened on the Glad Christinas Day by the entrance of Death. Mrs. Anasiacia Gonzales was ealled to her Long Home, leav ing her son Santa Cruz Carrillo and her adopted daughter Bea tns, with many relatives and friends, to mourn her departure. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. B. W. (iPvOVE'S signature is on each bx 2nc. We were asked this week by a delinquent subscriber why we kept on sending: the paper after the subscription date had expir ed. Every weekly newspaper in towns of this size are forced to do this. Should we stop sub scriptions when time expires, nine times out of ten the sub- scriber would give us a 4 calling) down"' for insinuating that his credit was not good. Rather than to cast a reflection against WE FEEL SURE Of our Ability to handle your Bank ing Business to your entire Satisfaction. Mt We shall be glad of an Oppor g turity to Talk with You. THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO, St. Johns, Arizona CAPITAL, $30,000. the hojriesty of a subscriber to pay a small debt it is next to a necessity for a home paper to continue after the time has ex pired. It is not ueeessary for the city dailies or weeklies to follow this rule, as their sub scribers live at a distance and are not personal friends as is the case with a majority of our sub scribers. Our subscribers should deem i fan honor to know that we do not doubt their integrity and continue to send them the pa per after their time has expired. Should any want their paper discontinued they should notify us and remit to date if they lr-ive not already done so. Arizona Sentinel. The editor of the Viera Id-News had the pleasure of eating Christ mas dinner with Capt. and Mrs John T. Hogue. An elegant repast of many good things were served, and it is quite within the bounds of the naturally expected that the editor enjoyed every thing extremely well. There is an immense amount of interest in the alleged frauds connected with the coal lands in Wyoming. The Washington papers seem just to have awaken ed to the fact such crookedness was in existence, and one of the most conservative sheets here came out this week with a long statement to the effect that thousands of acres of land worth hundreds of thousands of dollars have been illegally secured by the Union Pacific Railroad and kindred lines, and that the facts had been suppressed by the In terstate Commerce Commission and the Interior Department. As a matter of fact none of this information has eyer been with held; it was all an open volume during the hearings of the Inter state Commerce Commission recently in Kansas City, Omaha, Denver and Salt Lake City. Much of the testimony was sup pressed but it was suppressed bv almost every newspaper, which for some reason or other was afraid to print it. The facts are being rapidly accumulated in Washington, and will doubtless lead to a searching investigation which will involve at least two United States Senators and other agents of the government, ancl will furnish more of a sensation than the trial of Binger - Herman and the late Senator Mitcheil. A Small Boy's Tears;. "What are you crying for, my poor little bo ?" "Boohoo! Pa fell downstairs." "Don't take on so, my pet. He'll get better soon." "Sister saw him fall the way. I never saw nuffen! Boohoo!" Spotting Times. A Matter of Taste. finv little boy," Can asked the new teacher, i4tell me the difference between a lake and an ocean?' "I can" replied lid ward, whose wisdom had been learned from experience "Lakes are much pleasa.nter to swallow when you fall in." CLOSING OUT SALE . HOUSEHOLD GOODS. I will sell out at Very Low Prices all our Household Goods at Private Sale at our present residence in St. Johns, on or after Jan. 1, 1907. 2t. John A. Crosby. Repair work on the Meadows Reservoir will begin after Janua ry 1st. The dam will tbe com pleted in time to help out. on the next season's crops. 'Dad, Here's to You." i We happened in a home the j other night, and over the parlor 'door saw the legend worked in j letters of red, 44 What is EL:n.:: j Without a Mother.!' Across the i room was another brief, 4tGod bless our Home." Now what's the matter with "God Bless Our Dad?" He gets up early, lights the lire, boils an egg and wipes off the dew of the dawn with his boots, while, many a mother is sleeping. He makes the weekly hand-out for the butcher, the grocer, the milkman and baker, anil his little pile U badty worn before he has been home, an hour. If there is a noise during the - night dad is kicked in the back and made to go down stairs to find the burglar and kill him. Mother darns the socks, but dad bought the socks in the first place, and the needles and the yarn afterwards. Mother does up the fruit; well, dad bought it all, and jars and sugar cost like the mischief. Dad buys the chickens for ,the Sunday dinner, carves' theiw himself, and draws the neck from the ruins after every óntf else is served,. "What is Home without a Mother?" Yes,, that is all right; "but what is home without a father?" Ten chances to one it's a boarding house, father is under a slab and the landlady is the widow. Dad, here's to you you've got your faults you may have Iocs of 'em but you're all right and we will miss 30U when you're gone. Ex. Wodnesday a shooting match between the single and the mar ried men was arranged for. District Attorney and Mrs. Geo. II. Crosby, Jr., will leave for Safford, Arizona, Friday, where they will make their fut ure home. Their friends gave them several Farawell Recep tions here and many regrets were expressed that the estimable family would not continue their residence here. Mr. Crosby will engage in the practice of law in the southern Counties. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoigate and family arrived here last week for a visit with relatives and friends. They have been absent from the community for two years or so, and are now living in southern Colorado where they have a fine ranch home. They speak in high terms of that part of the country. 1 -Lii,-- nS.-& 8"" 1 if. if. 1 ""j.jV-ÍÍJj."