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AND APACHE NEWS
ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, AÜCÜST IS 19071
to the Fair
If so why not go from Navajo?-5ave car fare and at the same time
combine business with pleasure by looking over our stock of goods
You will find bargains that will save you the price of your ticket to Albuquerque.
Our corrals are large and at Your service.
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THE MALPAIS RANCH AND TRADING CO.
3? ' '?
WE FEEL SURE
Of our Ability to handle your Bank-
Why he is a Detnocat.
John H. Bankhead, the new
senator from Alabama says that
he is a democrat, and gives his
reasons for it, and very good
reasons they are. In his speech
before the legislature he said he
was a Democrat because he
believed in the greatest personal
liberty consistent with the rights
and privileges of others; because
he believed in home rule and the
ins: Business to your entire Satisfaction g right of the state to regulate its
, O , rr -1.1 a .i r
own auairs wiinom inienerence
or dictation from the national
government; because he believed
in lequal and exact justice to all
persons and interests; because he
was opposed to a high protective
tariff which enriched the few at
the expense of the masses and
was the parent of the trust and
táí We shall be glad of an Oppor
tüt tunity to Talk with You.
THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO,
St. Johns, Arizona
Just received a car of Diamond
M and Golden Cross flour and we
are selling it at $3.40 and $2.75
respectively. We are still selling
Swn Down at $3.00 and there is
n,ó better at any price M. R. &
Miss Grace Tibbits a young
lady from Toledo, Ohio, arrived
at Navajo Sunday morning, and
will take the position of book
keeper with the Malpais Ranch
& Trading Co.
Mr. Charles L- Day, Mr. D.
Pi. Mitchell and two brothers left
for St. Micheals Thursday, and1
will view the Snake dance before
returning to Navajo.
Manuel Ruiz has moved his
family to Gallup, N- M. where he
has taken a position as book
keeper. E-P. Howell has moved his
family to Adamana into the house
of Adam Hanna.
The Malpais Ranch & Trading
Co. have started their store
building at Adamana, and hope
to have same completed and ready
for business by the first of
October, J. S. Jones of Shumway
has the contract.
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