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St. Johns herald and Apache news. [volume] (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, November 28, 1912, Image 1

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and Apache News
V?p7, 29.
We Want
to fed just as free to come into; this bnfe
and ask questions, about the advantages
of having a bank
mMk.': 'lis t . . r
i-;;;s,r,and protection ox Y
m-.;4 -Swoold feel in going
;Jg about ' the quality ox
oods v : '
o matter how
bank account will help you to take bet
ter care ' of it y help you to accumulate
Hay at $'21 and $25 per ton
liiilir''' , St. J
Y$$P,- i j .Vn'o-wjand the demand greater than
-MAes - ' r ;:.4jhefsuppj shows that we have
ft 41 MrowlLQ.m e m arke t .: for ni are o f
5'ason, j ;6ne, of Apache
ilvjallrin Sown last Saturday from
iMis farieh on-che Little Colorado
tv ;:10vw'town. -
f!;i 'EgfgfS -atySO cents per dozen
Ahefre. We'll take a'fevy dozen of
choice selections at that price
on; subscriptions and jpb work.
tP04 Fred T. Colter was in
'ibwustweek, on his return
Jh6me from an extended business
trip to eastern points.
The Herald-News makes a big
fibel'al offer to old and ' ne w
iSSl" stfbseribers--three newspapers a
ackagfe of 226 articles all for
F:fMS-I:.75- We'll take cash or any-
"P : itewpaper family on this deal
always in advance; of course. See
the 1 Adv. which .explains the
fix .
account for the care 8?
r a.t tt
UUK money as you
into any store -to ask,
price of a piece of
, '"
small your income a
The public auction salepf lots
in. St. Johns Townsite, postponed '
from time to time, Will ake. place
at the court house door 10.a;..m.,
Dec, 11, 1912. ' '
Reamer Ling, Trustee.
"v : ; OB- c an i :
, Clark Brothers .bgr circus
will show here tomoamw.;
'TD. 0(jnnolley is, building
a two gtory Jrame house for
himself and famiiya. ;
pji a
Prof. John Allen of Con.clio
and J. E. Stanfield ai;e spend
ing lhankseivine with Mr.
and Mrs. Narramore. 4 V
. News was reoived here yes
terday that the home of Wil
lairn Tiiinrl nf iNTntiMncn woe
i i ' i th- i
burned down early Monday
morning Ihrough the eam -
buuiosui neificnoors ana'
friends nearly every thing
was taken from the house be
fore the roof fell in. : The fire
originated through a defect
ive flue. Mr. Lund was away
from home at the time .
Concho News Items.
W7eddihg bells were ringing1 at
an e?irly hour Monday morning.
At the Catholic Church gathered
a large crowd, of . well dressed
people. , At' nine o'clock a beau
tifully attired bride Jeanin g on
he arm o a proud - groom, fpl
owed by the guests, marched to
the 'home of the bride, s parents
where a wedding feast awaited
them. . At night the happy cou
ple and their rnany friends dariced
until a seasonable hour.
Th,e bride was Querina Mar
tinez, daughter of Mr. ard Mrs.
Antonio Martinez and groom is
Antonio Mdntana, '
Father Derichmont is ' visiting
with his followers, in , Con cho,
holding services and officiating
in marriage ceremonies.
Mr. Teodoro Lopez ; is a ' .busi
ness visitor in Couch o4his .week J
Mr. Felix , Barraras ,vas in
frona1?his,ran6 tie' :ear s. p'art
orthewek. '
Mrs. Verona Whiting, mother
of Prof F. M Whiting is . b'ver
from St. Johns, to spend a wieek
or so with Mr- Whiting and
family. Mrs: Whiting ' was
called over on. account of the
severe illness of the infant child
of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Whiting.
The babv is convalescing now.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders,
formerly of .Mexico' at present
residing tn Concho are the proudXi
and happy parents of a pair of
twin girls who came to live with
them on the 23rd Inst. Con
gratulations are due &oth father
and mother and as far the little j
Misses it is now 'who is who
or which is which",
Mr. Manuel Candalaria return
ed f corn Santa Fe on
b. f , rV jProf. Homoe, Commings the.v
Court issued the order Yes-i i " q
v , , x i t general bupenntendent oAl
terdav to draw a , trial Jury- i o u i
v . n-. Church Schools was m atr-
tor a Jury session. OTuourL.
The-Jury fs to be summoned
, i . i nr j -rJ
to be on hands Monday. Dec.
116, Tbepced.ng Staurday.
J)pp. 14. will oe aevotea 10
anv preliminary work ot tne
- Geo. Winsor of Eagar was
in the city today .celebrating
Thanksgiving day. :vy:- -
8, 19 i 2
T.R. ,Lee, J. W. Lee, and
Bishop Orspn Wilkins of Nu
trioso were in town, ihii weeK
attending to some 'basim
matters. '
Mr. and Mrs.' James;
son are rejoicmg over airrf&
ot a line boy a;t theij boFt t
xle amvp.rl thiA Tndiair!
Scheie, genieral air
ager or trie A
Go. hefe has already ger l
out some very atwaGto.. VtfM
1913 Calendars of ASrk-r
to i-s eust6mers.
some of, us Vhatfervfc
The weather is gettirrn- Y-
already in this altitude, ;a ;c
found whete we '-ey?
out last winter's ,cd;
The danGe aud irefteiip
rnents department a&&G'15feST?iM
ffiven in tJip; "nft w Aiilfli'' ;
building last , Ttf
evening netted auite v-Vnilto' '
sum, $97, vhich wijthefe
donated towards paving" forT " -a
new roof on the Cathoef ,f.
Church "here. The large haifW
was corapletel filled ;
people who well'',jJ:j3;:v
Mr. and Mrs. Solom;Oinu
Waitf have gfeatly improve:.
the appea'rance of their Kcsfei
by J the addition of a w&xy
x t. ,3 4.l -" ' . U "St
Inn I . I) Si nnnrfAv (" - - 5i
conference convened' hee
tendance and gave some
verv good and timely remanrs
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The conference
f Tr TT, . 47 .
DvidK. Udall and was;
largely attended by pe?oplie: jsjg
of the surrounding waids.v L-::ymff
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