AND APACHE NEWS
ST. JOHNS, APACHE GO.. ARIZONA, JANUARY 3, 1907.
The Reunion of the Overson
The Reunion of the Overson j
-i.. yt thp home of Mr. !
v a ni 1 1 m "
and Mrs. Ove 0. Overson on the
evening of January 1, 1907, was
in every particular a very enjoj a
ble occasion. All the members
of. the family consisting of seven
s.ms and one daughter, live
daughtersiulaw, and thirteen
grandchildren, twenty-six in all,
and a few friends were present.
' At six o'clock the company
assembled, and after the exchange
of greetings, were seated at a
i nJilp snread
with good things
YorsatísFin the appetite
the feast was thoroughly
enjoyed by all. A feeling of
rood' -cheer and happiness was
41rjnanifest and the reu
tóíb 'é;veniiTg was spent
V2f0?f satioiv Pbtying games., iuui,
. .. ;ett., ctc.
; ' The Overson Family was
among the earliest settlers in
Inlms Thev have suffered
all tho hardships and privations
incident to settling a new country
and raising a large family. But
uo,w in their advancing years
this worthy couple are blessed
with a nice comfortable home
and many of the good things of
Of our Ability to handle your Bank- &
ing Business to your entire Satisfaction. g
We shall be glad of an Oppor
tur.ity to Talk with You.
THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO,
St. Johns, Arizona
this life, and are happy in seeing:
their children honored and
resoected citizens, being indus
trious and prosperous members
of the community in which they
The Presentation of the
Loving Cup to Capt. John T.
Hogue last Friday evening was
an event of much interest to all
those who were present to wit
ness the interesting program
rendered. It wars a befitting
scene at the close of the valuable
services of ex-School Superin
tendent llogue in the interests of
good schools for Apache County.
And the teachers all who in any
way contributed to the success
of the exercises, as well as the
patrons of the public schools of
the County, feel a just pride in
the fact that he has been for a
number of yeais, while serving
as Superintendent, their good
and noble friend.
CLOSING OUT SALE
T wm sell out at Very Low
Prices all our Household Woods
at Private Sale at our present
residence in St. Johns, on or
after Jan. 1, 1907.
2t. John A. Crosby.
About two or three inches of
snow fell here on the night of
the 23th inst., the heaviest of the
season, Present indications
point to it's continuance.
An entertainment and Christ
mas Tree were given on the 24th,
and the little fellows were made
happy once more by Santa's
Mr, "Fred-T. Colter has gone to
the County seat to be present at
the organization of the new
Board of Supervisors.
The Literary Society continues
to grow in membership, interest
and enthusiasm. The next
meeting will be hela Friday,
Major Chapín and kr. Zuéner
of the Forestry Service spent the
The entrance of the New Year
was celebrated, by the ringing of
bells, the firing of guns and the
jubilation of the populace.
The writer has been kept busy
attending big dinners, lor which,
barring attacks of indigestion,
he is duly thankful.
Jan.l, 1907. Magiste.r.
San Juan Items
Married at the bride's home on
the 17th inst., Miss Ida Maxwell
and Mr. Thomas Eaton,
President Halls officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. John Norton, Jr.,
are the proud and happy parents
of a fine girl. Mother and babe
are well and happy.
President flails of Mancos is
visiting friends in Hammond and
helping to settle up the tithings.
Miss Ida Lee is spending the.
Holidays with her parents in
Mary Whiting is in our midst
shaking hands with friends.
Geo. Mangum and Frank Lee
are home again,
They have been
winter at Blue
Water with their cattle.
Bp J. L. Tenney's two and
only daughters, Mrs. Louie
Dustonand Mrs. Ecco Stansbury,
are vititing their parents during
the. Holiday week.
Miss Nellie Cherry is spending
the Holidays at Pagossa Springs,
Carl Hamblin is a" visitor in
Hammond. . .
un'nt-prso far has been
pleasant, but everything indicates
A Merry Christmas and a
Happy New Year to all.
The many friends of Miss Ida -
Lee will be pleased to know that
she1 is gaining the high esteem
of the people in San Juan
County, New Mexico, where she -is
now teaching in the public
schools. Miss Lee formerly
taught school here and deserves
the highest commendation as a -young
instructor. At a recent .
Teachers' Institute held at.
Farmington, Miss Lee was chosen
Secretary and otherwise placed
in responsible positions, as we
see in the papers of that thriv
The Clerk of the District Court,
Capt. Hogue, received the decis
ions rendered in the cases: Johii
T. Hogue vs. apache County,
for Dist. Ct. Clerk salary claim
for four years; Apache. County
vs. T. C. Hill, Ex-Treasr., e.t al,
damages. Judgment was render
ed in favor of the Clerk, in the
first 'case, giving 1,000 salary
with interest, and costs; in the.
Hill case judgment for the
County was for$9S0 with interest,
and costs. Alfred Ruiz, Esq.,
was the principal attorney for
the plaintiff in both ca'ses,
neither of which has a case
exactly similar in any given by
the Legal Keports. In t lie one
case the County has won nearly
enough to pay the back salary
due in the other, so that there
is a balanced account in the
The "Confederate Spy,"" one
of the best military dramas on
the boards, gave entertainment
to a large audience at the
Assembly Hall Monday evening,
presented by -the St. Johns
Cured of Lung Trouble.
"It is now eleven years since .1
had a narrow escape from
consumption," writes C. O. Floyd,
a leading business man of Kers
haw, S. C. "I had run down in
weight to 135 pounds, and
coughing was constant, both by
day and by night. Finally i
began taking Dr. King's New
Discovery, and continued this for
about six months, when my cough
and lung trouble were entirely
gone and I was restored to my
normal weight, 170 pounds."
Thousands of persons are healed
every year. Guaranteed at St.
Johns Drug po. drug store. -oOc.
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