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St. Johns herald and Apache news. [volume] (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, February 27, 1913, Image 1

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and Apache News
Vol, 29.
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5 St. Johns, Arizona
52? J As I said before. I do not cen
& sure the author of the article that
WflMM '.ft appeared in the Herald, butsym-
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm pathize with them for their ig-
County school Supt., G. E.
Greer will conduct the regu
lar teachers examination next
Monday and Tuesday.
Attorney Lyon of Flagstaff,
representing the Santa Fe
Pacific Land Company, was
hi town this week on business
with people of our county.
M. B. Barrett was in town
from the ranch last Sunday,
and feft for his home Mon
day morning.
B. B. Crosby passed thru
town Monday, on his way
home at Eagar from Los
George Heath of Sawyer,
N. M. was here attending to
vome court business this term.
Bishop Orson Wilkin s of
Nurioso was here Ust week
attending conference and vis
iting with relatives.
come into this bank
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you to accumulate g
fhe Lyman Land Company s
big engine is now at work on
the big cut of the main cai:d,
southwest of town nnrW th
. . r t n it,
supervision of J. Fred Jhn-
son, and the sluicing act . of
cutting the ditch goes merri-
ly and successfully along.)
And it will not be long tilij
the big irrigating stream of
water will be flowing down
further north to raise the
crops which are to be planted.
When J. Fred Johnson and
that engine puts water under
hydraulic pressure there's
something doing on the face
of 0 1 d Mother Earth up northern Arizona sun, al
there. Take a trip up there waysdoing busines?"around
in your auto, in your carriage in these parts, has melted the
or ou your burro and see for snows, in the lowlands, and
yourselves. jsome of the arroyos are filled
m I with floods. These bigflpods
Bishop A. H, Smith Mrs.
bmith and babies wore here
from Hunt for a few days.
Subscribe for the Herald
I can but sympathize with the
the author of an article that re
cently appeared in the St. Johns
Herald addressed to the editor
and signed "Sub' I had no ida
that there were any people in
our thriving littl: city who were
so ignorant that ther couldn't
i , i-
pp numor
; when tnev saw it. It is true that
jit is only a step from, the ridku-
,lous t0 the sublime and 1 find
! that the people that are always
'complaining have never taken
ithat neC('ssa stttt'- somePeo-
pie are born into this world kick-
Ung, live and Pas3outoi: it the
s;imH way. In other words they
'are born ''Kickers". These, as
; a rule are the ones that attend
:an free programs, debates, etc.,
p-ivon 1w tllP Ktlirlttnt Rndv ill
All that attend
is class, however.
The organization that gave the
little show which was attacked so
severely basgriven twice as many
free entertainments as those to
which admittance has been
nor'ance. The money obtained at
thls snow was-llse( to buy
athletic good for the academy,
If the author w. 11 cali on me I
wiH &ladl reWl his m0n
fc mgers had to be stung. The
cu.j 4.-dj...
Student Body stings none. They
apply halm to those stung. Come
around. David Eajrar,
Pres. S. B.
Storms are htrms, and
snow storms are snow storms,
Just this week we have been
"treated'' to some of the
snow storms again, and this
part of beautiful northern
Arizona country is white as
the driven snow. And the -
seriously interfere with auto j
favel Attorneys J. .b. Jones
and E. S. Clark started to St
Johns some time Monday
morning fro m Holbrook-
No. 26
that's the start. Cattleman.
James Donohoe of Adamana
was along with them in that
auto. Down on the Milky
Wash, that auto, which is
the property of Parks Bros,
and i.s one of the very best
I made, refused to push its
nose a n y further into the
snow. Arthur Jarvis the
chauffer, tried a(U the arts of
the profession on that auto,
but that auto teemed to hate'
any more snow. Mr. Dono
'hoe left the attorneys a n d
chauffer shivering over the
coals of what they called a
fire, caught the mail hack of
Jarvis and Hamblin, got into
(Hunt 'phoned for relief, got
W B. Parks, started out from
St. Johns Monday night, to
bring 11 the stranded party
and-he did-bring 'em in. The
ame snow storm, some part
of it, or another snow storm
set back Messrs. Days, south
of St. Michaels, turned them,
right about face for home
again, from where they went
via Gallup for Holbrook:they
got as far as Cottonwood
Draw, west of Huut: another
auto'wouldn't-poke its nose
into the flood there. They
didn't get to court at all.
i w rr i.i j tx i.u
Messrs. Hathorn and Heath,
started to court; they m came
horseback, but what a time
theyjust ask them about' it
We fear greatly that the
orange crop of Apache coun
ty will be a failure this year -if
the autos have quit poking
their nosfs into snows and
floods. But won't we have
a big crop of Arizona straw
berries now, the snows will
give us oodles of water
irrigate with whew.
Mr Conrad Overson and
family took a fine sleigh ride
about town Saturday evening.
The snow was still flying and
the party seemed to enjoy
the ride of course anybody
would enjo3r a s'eigh ride.
Read the Herald.

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