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KM APACHE NEWS
ST. JOHNS, APACHE CO.. ARIZONA, SEPTEMBER 26 907.
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When to Stop Advertising
An English journal requested
a number of its larsrest adverti
sers to gfive tlaeir opinions con
cerning- the best time to stop
advertising:, and the. following:
replies were received:
"When the population ceases
to multiply and the generations
that crowd on a fter you and never
lizard of you stop coming- on."
"When- you ha-ve convinced
everybody whose life' will touch
vours that: you have better jroods
:and lower prices h'an they can
?et anywhere-else "
"WheYi von stop making: for
trunes solely through the direct
use of the migrhtv agrent,"
MWhen voü forget the words of
the shrewdest and most successful
men concern i nr the main causes
.jf their prosperity."
fc4When younger and fresher
houses in vour line cease startinr
up and using the trade journals
in telling people Hpw much better
Jkjigy can do for them than you
' vWhen you would rather have
your own way and fail than take
Advice and Avin."
Never stop advertising.
WE FEEL SURE
Of our Ability to handle your Bank- &
ing Business to your entire Satisfaction.
We shall be glad of an Oppor-
g tunity to Talk with You.
THE APACHE COUNTY BANK & TRUST0,
St. Johns, Arizona
Despite the every effort of th
President and at u Republican
Congress, the new Democratic
state of Oklahoma is today an
accomplished fact. Election
returns indicate that a Democrat
will be the first governor, that
two Democrats will represent
the state in the Senate and that
five Democratic representatives
will take their seats in 'the next
Congress and answer the roll call
by state when Oklahoma is reached-
More than this, the new
state has adopted, by an over
whelming majority, the constitu
tion which was drawn up by a
strongly Democratic convention.
The victory for Democracy could
not have been more comolete.
l ne only Question remaining is
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what course President Roosevelt
will take when the new constitu
tion is. presented -for his official
Governor. Folk, of Missouri,
has appointed a woman, Miss
Ad el aide J- r.T-honrnsom f
Jefferson City, a member of the
State Library Commission.
The women of New Orleans
recently made $13.000. for a city
dispensary and visiting nurses'
association by editing and pub
lishing one issue of a newspaper,
The Daity Item.
The Woman's Club House of
San Francisco was totally de
stroyed' by the fire which follow
ed the earthquake. But next
month a new and beautiful club.
house will be ready for occupancy, j
veriaiuiy uainornia women are
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not easily daunted.
the next International-meeting
of woman suffra o-íetc will hp hfA
inthiscountrvin 1909, proba rdy
in New York City, the home of
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, the
President of the International
Woman Suffrage Alliance.
Miss Kate M. Gordon, Corres
ponding Secretary of the National
Woman Suffrage Association,
has just returned to her home in
New Orleans, after spending a
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muiiiu di Loe .ssociaiion neaa-
quarters in Warren,, Ohio. Miss
Gordon believes thrit snntlií
wumeji ,wuhoe . enrrancnisea
before their n)rtherii sisters arc.
notice is tereby Riven that the
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duplicate assessment . roll of A-
-rt. f ' .-v .mi... J ..1 . 1 ArtH
hju.,. ou..ijr .unnvear w
is now in my possession tor coi-
lectionoi tax levied, raxes will
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oe delinquent on the SECOND
MUiN l)A X ot December, next,
and unless paid on or belore that
day five per cent will be added
to theamount thereof as penalty,
Taxes may be paid at my office
any time during office hours.
Treasurer awd Tax Colletor.
As an example of .the skillful
work of government currency
experts, a woman, a widow of
liisoee, nad the ashes ot her
money which was destroyed in
the recent hre (here, sent thru a
local bank to the Treasury De-
partment at Washington and by
meshoás and means known to
them, the bills- were identified.
In a few weeks from the time the
embers were sent, the banker
received a draft for $1,180 on the
treasurer ot the United States,
a xew or ine emoers oemg return-
en wnicn could not be idenlified.
1 he woman's loss was only $180
out of the$l3(X) currency destroy-
Hay is $12.50 a ton in the Gi
valley, Graham Co, '
George H. Crosby, Jr., has been
appointed assistant district at-
1 torney by Lee N Stratton.
Copper has dropped from 25 to
18 cents, which will have the
.effect of checking the out put of
small properties. But the larp-e
companies can operate profitably
on an 18 cent basis.
Farmers who are circulating
cantaloupe acreage lists in Yumá
valley report excellent success.
Yuma farmers a re . sure to be in
on the cantaloupe profits npvt
season. Une rarmer expressed
his willingness to plant 20 acres.
It appears now that all fears
or wishes of Gov Kibbpv's
resignation, orremoval have been
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cuamany íaiu to rest, m a
recent interview which Judge
Kent had with thp nrp5ÍHfnf ho
saia ine governor naa made gopa
and; expressed the hope tHiit he
would continue in. office
The Normal school at this
place opened on Tuesday with an
pnrolltnpnf of iívftTrkrio fUo
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lar- ,t ihp htnr , tUa
school. More wi entef , t
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This school is becoming more
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present term bids fair to be
r . W. Nelson, the banker and
telephone man, was in Winslow
la'st Saturday for a few hours on
business. Mr. Nelson rennrts
things in prosperous condition in
his part of Arizona. The tele
phone line is doing a good busi
ness and the construction '., of
branch. lines is going on at
rapid rate. Mail.
The September number of
FORESTRY AND IRRIGA.
TION, the monthly magazine oí
the American Forestry Associa-
tion, contains, a number of
articles of unusual interest.
Among its leading features are:
The Norway Poplar, or Sudden
Sawlog; The Debris from
Hydraulic Mining in California-
A Domesday Book for Oregon
Waters; A National Need; Effect
or a JUate Spring Frost in the
Southwest; Forest Planting in-
It is handsomely illustrated
ed. f '
and is well worth reading.
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