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The news of Apache County and General
news, interseting to all
ROSS & O'SuLTjIVAN
Attorneys at Law
Will attend the Apache County CourtE
Office in Herald-News Building
SE Cor. Commercial & Water Sts.
OCTOBER 12, 1911
Carl, Hay den, Candidate for
If Car-l : Hayden goes to con
gress Aiizona will have a repre
sentative of the true- Arizona.
JBorn in Temp e j Arizona, October
2, 1877,, he nas spent his whoie
life on thje soil and in the atmos
phere that spells freedom and
makes men eat.
His fathert Charles T. Hayden,
was one of the best known men
in Arizona, Some claim he was
he original progressive in the
territory. He looked caretully
after Carl's education in the pub
lic schools and the Tempe Nor
mai, and was delighted wien
Dari chose the initiative and rei
erendum as the subject for his
After leaving the Tempe Nor
mal Carl Hayden finished his col
lege work at the Stanford Uni
versity. Leaving ther.e in 1900
on account of the death of his
father, he took active charge of
many business imterests his fath
er was carrying on at the time of
Carl Hayden's first entrance in--t6.
politics was as town council
man of Tempe. He was one of
the leaders for a municipal wa
ter plant, which was put into op
eration, and the success of the
,same has been one .of the strong-;
est arguments in a similar fight
for.municipal ownershipin other
cities of the territory
. Mr. Hayden as been a dele
gate to the demorcratic national
convention, county treasurer and
sheriff, being alway elected with
lage majorities nd always com
ing out of office stonger than
when he went in. Ex-Adv.
Will practice in the district court of
$ Apache Co. and the supreme court of
Arizona ' . '
AliBU.QUERQUE - N. M. .
it". -The St. $ohns Herald .
V- And Apache News
1 Herald-News Co. Publisher! '
, The Official Paper of Apache County.
9B- Published every Thursday at St. Johns, Arizona.
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We handle Whiting & Berry's Native Lumber
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS WITH US. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
FILLED. PRICES: $20 to $30 per M
OF ST. JOHNS
Ladies' and Gent
JOHN D.YATES .
Attorney - at - Law
Offices oer Navajo-Apache Bank
. Practice in Apache County Courts
and Supreme Court of Arizona
: St . Johns.
Special attention to Crown Work and
Offices: S. C. Carriilo Bldg., 1st Door from
St. Johns, Arizona
DRS. ROBERTS & BOULDIN
PHysicians & Surgeons
St . Johns
W. D. KENCHER
Civil Engineei 1
St. Johns.. - - Arizona
A. H. Pratt, one of the
progressive citizens of our
Qonnty for a number of years
and & highly esteemed neigh
bor, has been very sick for a
number of days and is con
sidered" seriously ill.
Any transfer of title lacking in Records
of Apache County, we can tell you
Reliable Surveys made -
St. Johns Arizona
R. J. FRAZIER Harness and SADDLES
nternationai Made-to-measure Clothes for men
merican Ladies' Talorino Company for women
Barton Bros. Shoes
g Dealers in
Hat st Caps Boots, Shoes
Sheep and Wool
Everything Found in
Marinus Christcnserir PropV
WEST AVENUE, North of A. C. M. 1.
St. Tohns, Arizona '
St. Johns, Arizona
FOR JOB PRINTING:
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