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St. Johns herald and Apache news. [volume] (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, September 26, 1912, Image 1

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- ana Apaone
Vol, 29.
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If "to feel just as free to come into this bank
' ' ij and ask questions- about the advantages
v -if of having a bank account for the care
' and proteqtion of YOUR money as you
if would feel in going
aboutthe quality or
o matter how
If bank account 'flj help you to take bet
rer care of 1 help- you to acpumulate
Hon. Isaac Burth of Albuquer
que ;s here visiting with' bis
X)arentsand at'tening" to some
matters ofbuiness, this week. '
. & $s - v : v
; Parinus Ohnstensen ys"- Isaac
; Jaacspn, is -the style of; suit
feard in Justice oi ihe" Peace
dibbons court last Satrirday',- on
pklemetit of a ceo tint o some
. jfs between the parties.
' V.
?Mr David Ortega was over
f loiaQ Concho last Saturday on
business trip. Since nis term of
qfece as supervisor of Apache
t (Sbunty expired last FebruaryfMr"
'(JLriega'is more than e versus1'
jli his big stbcli interests..
0r :
-VjPrbk -John S. Allen, left ' la,st
atur'day for Concho where he
will occupy the position of Prin-
qlgalofthe public school there,
Sr. Allen will perhaps make the
practice of law secondary to the
iworkof teaching, for., the term
will take up th.3. law aofain
erwards. Pubiic school' there
e;fea:n Monday of this were k.
brirja. Mr.' and Mrs Jesse
j. vj
into any store to ask fj
price or a piece 01
small your income a
Mrs. JameLesuour of Mesa,,
who As here visiting wibh hBf,
parents Mr. and Mrs. , ,C. Pji
Andersnn." is jihe happy' 'mothe'r.
of , ai, if inlj0j w4iic h as
born on the 23 ,
k Mr. and Mrs David P. Ovefson
were, made haipy; s.one. day last
week by the arrival ;o.f a;. lple
sirl at their home.,
Ward conference of the Sun'dtav
" -v ' ' ' . l Sjp'
school. will convene nextSundiy.
All parents are especially ihvit-
ed to be present. . . 1
Alean'dr Dewi 1 1 . is - wisigSi g
here thisuweek. . J Wi
r A. Banta,rwho has oeehfMn
the mountains for the past month
or so returned Wednesday
. VThe .Pen-Dike photograprs
will be here . until . aoout the
tenth' of next month and are: an
xious and ready :i'o do all kirtds
of work in .th4eir line. They also
have a fine new lot of enlarged
pictures for you to exS-mtire.
1 1 ihfl ii i "i rm'ifii bi
i"ti"'X lf4t jI?? jjs Jittiftf tStVittii liniwi ?lt iti?Jitr!(ii'
Ianything not badJ
vDr. Looney, State Health Of
ficer,, interested in wild animals
as a diversion, has secured- two
cars of elk f rbm .the Yeliewstone
National Park, to be placed in
the forests of northern Arizona.
A plot to loot and rob the City
of Mevico, "last.. week, was discov
ered in time by the governmenaj
acials to put a quietus to 'a the
plans and the plot failed to ma
te ralize. ' '
The Panama Gahal is to open
for traffic in the, fall of, 1913, and
ships will begin to cut out the
trip ''around the Horn."
Hon. Theran Catlin, former
congressman from' Missouri, was
u rise a ted. 1 as t wt n t er beca u s e ' of
illegal pi'actices in his re-election..
Aid his 4 'girl," a ashingtonj
him, .too. Now.j !ust see what
l?olitics will do fpr a fellow, who
a-cpurtinf2f oes.. s . y
B. B. Crosbv came in Wednes-
from his ranch east of tow hi v
'Mr:: Duke arrived VWe'dnesday
with his finebunh of Jersey
cows. -,
LI, C. Updike went to Eagar
Wednesday. , ,
Mr. and Mrs. rJJW- Brown
were made to reioice ' Tuesday
evening when a little girl made
her appearance at their home,
with the intention Of ' remaining
with them. s
. ' : ,
v F. T. Colter is in the
a few. days.
ciW for
We havea letter from uncle
Zeke, but as we, '.have; ilmited,
space this "week we will publish-1
ed hV'riext week.
Albert s. Waite and : Miss
T n.i-4-n T-l Inn ora Vq ' moiT'iorl
eLL";,. of VC'Au-ust 19,- 1912.. Pursuant tp
to-dav at five o'clock, at the - , , T . ..
. , , . adjournment. Present J.R.Armino
hoine of the ' grooms, parents, r J. u 0 , , .
c , v .p ' chairman P. B. Candelaria and
Thev will leave -tomorrow for? ' . ' , '
. . tt- t fTmht. members assessor
Salt Lake City,, for air :extendeti;
Mr Orson Plumb :an,d Miss
,Dsssie Neai were marrid today
at the home of . the ; brides
26, 19X2
No. 4
roccedings of the
Aug 19, 1912.
Official Minutes of the
of Supervisors, in special session
Aug 19, 19.12 Present J. R; Armijo
Chairman P. B. 'Candelaria and
Hyrum Knight, members.. '
.The Board ordefed tffe County
asessdr to enter Statement show
ing the tengthof the main track
of the Atcliison-Toepka and Santa
Fe. Railway Co. winch State
ment was recie ved from the state
Board of Equalization Aug-11,
1912. uponv the assesraent roll o
the County, and under the proper",
heads', with tjte total value oi
said assessed property carried ou"
in full. ,
' Hhe board proceeded' t.cj nafe
an estimate of ttey. (Jpmity
penses Hor n'erenuijng? yeaJrvad)
havuig received the tax ' levy, fot
State purposes fiom the State
Board of Equalization ordered
the 'following levy made foz
The State Board-of Equaliza
tion also advised that a levy of
10 cent be made to meet, the
Interest of the funded Indebtness
of the County of Apache. .
G?1ierefore in pursuance dt the
order of the state Boarctof
Equalization, the Board of
Supervisors of Apache County
Afiz. The fo Ho wing levy is.
ordered made to be collected in,
the manner prescribed by Law.,
State Levy-
Bond Int. funded Idebtness-
County Roads , r25-- ;
SCfcOOl :
General funds f 1AJ!
1 0, per cent school Reserve .OSi k . f
Bond Infe-i school Dist No 11 .2
Total, '3m
The Board now adjonrneda
J. .R. Armiio Chairman., m
Theo Lopez Clerk.pf the Boarjd1.
Official minutes of the Boarji
of Equalization inregular session
he BoarL proceeded to con
sider the' tax list and equahzSr.;;
the same as follows V -: -g
1 X
15 rth
;. . Armijo reduced a5fae
a6i&&e. big T;bab v Igirl on
Call and see them,-- AB

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