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ST. JOHNS HERALD
AND APACHE NEWS
Vol, 23. ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, AUGUST 22 1907. No. SO
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If so why not go
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 arc large and at Your service.
WE FEEL URE
Of our Ability to handle your Bank- n
ing Business to your entire Satisfaction
- áí We shall be glad of an Oppor
tunity to Talk with You.
THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST CO,
St. Johns, Arizona
from Navajo?5ave car fare and
AND TRADING CO.
The Quarterly conference of
the St. Johns Stake was held in
Eagar on the 16, 17 and 18 Inst.
There was a good representation
of the people from the Southern
i part of the Stake; all the wards
being" represented except Blue
water and Ramah. Although
the streets were very muddy
during the conference the meet
ings were well attended, and a
good spirit prevailed throughout.
Among the speakers were the
Presidency of the Stake, members
of the High-coun-cil,' Bishops of
the different wards, and two lady
visitors from Salt Lake who were
here in the interest of the
S. H Howeil passed from this
life on the 17. He had been ill
for some time- He felt resigned
jto pass to the great beyond. All
I of his family were at his bedside
and did all they could to make
his i last hours as peaceful and
j happy as possible. The funeral
I was held Sunday at 4 p tn.
: The Stockholders of the Eagar
Irrigation Co. met on the 10 Inst,
and elected a board and officers
for the ensuing year.
at the saine timé
The Portland "Oregonian,"
which ought to know, declares
that National Forests do not, as
charged by some, interfere with
home building. For this view
it gives two reasons: (l) that
the creation of a National Forest
does not prevent settlement; and
(2) that there are very few places
in a National Forest where one
wants to make a home. The
Agricultural Department has
many times declared its policy of
removing from the limits of
National Forests all lands want
ed for settlement.
PIANO FOR SALE
A Bargain (
The Emerald Piano Co has
shipped to The Cash Store a
most beautiful and well toned
Piano, for 30 days display.
A wonderful bargain can be
now taken ni. Apply to Mr.
Subscribe for the HeralB.
$2.00 for one year.
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