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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 24 April 1913

RUBLICAT10N. DEPARTMENT OF THIS INTERIOR United States Land Office, Pheenix, Arizonat March 21, 1913. Serial No. 021839 -Notice is hereby given that Fiank H. Hereford, by John H. Pajre, of Phoen'x, Connty o f Maricopa, State of Arizona, his attorney in fact, has filed in this office his application to select un der the provision of the Act ol June 4. 18 9 7, (30 Stats. 36), n nd amendments thereto, the fol lowing described land: SEiSWI, SVVi SEi, Sec. 13. N W'i M Ki. Nlii NWi, Sec 24, T. 20-S. , R. 20-E.,G.& S R.M., NW bEh b'e:. 28, T 15-N., R. 30-E., G. & S R. M., U NWi, Sec. H, Lot 1, Sec. 1 2, Lot 2, Sec. 22, T. 24-S , R. 17 E. Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, oi desiring to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to ti e dis posal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or before the lOlh day of Mav, 1913. Pkank H Parkkr, Register. SAM WRIGHT t St. Johns' Expert j Barber g i...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 24 April 1913

A Stranger's Impression of Saint Johns. Upon leaving: Holbrook, a seemingly God-forsaken place, a! person wonders with almost hor rible anticipation what kind of a-wide-place-in-the-road Saint Johns wiil be when he reaches it, after a long: dus'v ride although greatly lessened and made enjoy able by the anto transfer service line of Parks Bros. The scenery and landscape views on the route are beautiful beyond description, and oh, how often the writer wished for a camera to get some of the beautiful pan oramas. Upon approaching the outskirts of the town one cannot help but be impressed with the nice farms being put into cultiva tion, and upon entering the town proper you. immediately notice the truly beautiful park-like boulevards. The streets all so nicely lined with the stately pop lars and almoston all sides thrifty orchards of peach, pear, plum, apple, currant and other fruit trees, is certainly a beautiful and valuable asset to this little city. The great irrigation project that...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 1 May 1913

THE T. JOHNS and Apache News HERALD Vol, 29. ST. 1 We Want - I I Y0U 1 to feel just as free to come into this bank 5S and ask questions about the. advantages J if of having a bank account for the care jg and pro ection of YOUR money as you if would feel in going into any store to ask about the quality or s No matter how small your income a I If bank account will help you to take bet- f S ter care of it, help you to accumulate more APAGHE BANK & TRUST CO. -I St. Johns, Road Superintendent I. Isaac son is busy these clays on the public roads. August Mineer is now having the roof put on his new house. Mr. and Mrs. Dodd Greer are in from Concho this week visit ing with Mr. Greer's parents. Mrs. Wm. Gillespie will leave shortly for a visit to S outhern California. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilhelm and family are contemplating going to California in the near future, with the view of looking for a place to locate. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sherwood left this week for the saw-mill where they will ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 1 May 1913

Concho News Items. Mr. Biterbo Ortega, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Ortega returned from Santa Fe on the 26th inst. Biterbo reports having enjoyed a most pleasaant year of school up to the time of his sister Am alias death and since then he has felt discontented and returned before the close of school. Mr. Bonfacio Baca moved to his ranch near Hunt Mr. Baca left two of his children with his father at Concho that they might complete the school term.. A large number of famlies will move to their ranches as soon as school closes. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Ruiz are the happy parents of a new baby ' bov born to them April 22ud. Mr. Theodoro Lopez is visiting Concho for a few days. Assessas Dionicio Duran spent a few days in Conoho last week doing assessment work and collecting- poll taxes. Mr. Duran spent the evening with his little daughters Lina and Barbera who live "with their grandmother. Mrs. Perez. Mr. R. D. Greer passed thru Concho Monday enroute t o Holbrook with several drum mers. Mrs. J...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 1 May 1913

lEfl A LOTTI IS NOT A LOTTERY This Is a Prizeless and Hope less Contest. LAWYERS CANNOT SOLVE IT, . ,, .... ... And Even Undo Sam, Who Ought to a Be Familiar, Has Precisely Different Rulings Handed Down on Precisely Similar Questions. That most puzzling of puzzlesome questions. "Just exactly what is Dn- cle Sam's idea of a lottery?" is an- swered by Oiner F. Doud in Judicious Advertising as follows: Aud he cites these two particular cases: Before venturina vour craft on S such uncertain waters send it to X the attorney general at Washing- ton for a test of its seaworthiness, x In this way you will avoid a visit from postoffice inspectors $ and perhaps a great deal of ex- pensive and unnecessary litiga- tion. 'At a recent business show held in the east a manufacturer purchased several tons of heavy wire, stretched it from floor to roof and promised a considerable prize to the man who guessed nearest to its weight. A pro- fessor of mathematics examined the wire, learned the exact heig...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 1 May 1913

The St. Johns Herald And Apache News. GEO. E.WAITE, Publisher. The Official Paper of Apache County. Published every Thursday at St. Johns, Arizona. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. One year $2.00 ar All subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE The paper will be stopped at the expiration of the time aid for. Advertising rates furnished on application. The news of Apache County and General news, interseting to all MAY 1, i9l3 THE MONEY OF THE STATE The following: schedule shows the amounts agreed upon by the Senate in committee whole for the various state institutions and state departments;" the figures are a total and include both main tenance and improvement funds; July 1st, 1913, to July 1st., 1915. Governor's Office $2,6000.00 Attorney General 5,000.00 Corporation Commission 82400.00 State Auditor 30,400.00 Board of Control 4,800.00 Weights and Measures Inspector 8,800.00 Secretary of State 34,600.00 State Examiner 8,200.00 State Game Warden 3,400.00 State Laboratory 9,000.00 State Library 4,700.0...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 1 May 1913

PUBLICATION. . DEPARTMENT OF THK INTERIOR United States Land Office, Pheeuix, Arizona. March 21, 1913. ' Serial No. 02LS39 Notice is hereby given thai Fiank H. Hereford, by John H. 'Page, of Phoenix, County o f Maricopa, State of Arizona, his attorney in fact, has tiled in this office his application to select un der the provision of the Act ol June 4. 18 97, (3) Stats. 36), and amendments thereto, the fol lowing d scribed land: SSiSWl. SW SE I-.' Sec. 13. ' NWi NKi, Mi-i KWi Sec- -M, T.20-S., ii. 20-lC.,U&S.K.M., . NW E'. e 2S. T 15-N., R. 30-E., G & S R- xVL, V NWi. Sec 14, Lot 1. S,c. 12, Lot 2, Set-. 2:. T.524-S , R. 17- E Any and all persons claiming adversely lli': lands describe.!, or desiring to object because of the mineral diameter of the land, or i'or atry other reason, to Hi dis posal to applicant, should tile their -affidavits of protest in this oiflct, on or before lht' 10ih dtivi al Mav. 113.. j FltANK EL 1'AttKEK, Register. O ii W,ri 1.V3J J" 3 " 5 St. Jofira...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 1 May 1913

D. E. (BUD) HOWELL Adamana, Arizona Cattle branded as in cut. Horses branded as in cut. Earmark as follows RANGE: North and South Banks Puerco River, Apache Co. Arizona. IDEjiSTR&TIQNS f FOR BOOKLETS, CATALOGS, PAMPHLETS. LABELS. J NEWSPAPERS 11 AflD All OTHER PRMTMG PURPOSES "rl ENGRAVING COMPANY r Sanfhriando SJdg. 1 T Guarsnlced to Please ! Plantcrshouldtcittlic ' isupcrior merits of Our Northern Grown Seeds. SPECIAL OFFER FOR 10 CENTS wc will send postpaid our FAMOUS COLLECTION 1 pig. CO Day Tomito . r!J" 1 pke. Trineesn I'.adlih . "e 1 pig. Sflf-GroTtln; Celery . 1 pVK.EurlyArroir.hcnU"aMns I pl(r. rallerton Ilartct Icttuto AUo 12 Yarietlei Choice Flower See ! . " J) $1.00 Write todnyl ?cnt 10 rents to help pay postage and pacVlnc a:id recclro tha above "Famous Collection, to gether v;h orr ?-w "id Instructive Garden Guide. E Gi:KAT XOliTUERN SEED CO. -1SS3 IIoso f-t. Ifockford, Illinois LIVE STOCK BRAND FOR INFORMATION AND BENEFIT OF THE APACHE COUNTY STOCKMEN C. C. NAEGLE...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 8 May 1913

THE ST. JOHNS HERALD and Apache News Vol, 29. ST. JOHNS, APAGHE GO.. ARIZONA, MAY '8, 19i3 No. 36 A PRAYER it I We Want 1 - Y0U H to feel just as free to come into this bank 8 3 and ask questions about the advantages g 3 of having a bank account for the care g and pro ection of YOUR money as you mi 14 -ao r rvr- rv -JtrJ-z-k inTr cf-o -f-- 1 c L" S: j about the quality or price of a piece of j If goods. To the Memory of Mks. Katie Waite Raban. "Thy will be done". Yet Lord, we pray That Thou wilt give us strength to bear The grief of this, our darkest day. And grant, we ask, our earnest prayer That we may feel Thou knowest best In taking to her home above The one in whom we felt so blest. A soul as pure as driven snow ; A heart so true ; a smile so glad ; A happy home, where love did grow, And now ! How desolate and sad. "Thou knowest best". And Lord, we know Our dear one rests in heavea with Thee. We ask fur strength, that wo may grow To love thy will, whatere it be, And when we've ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 8 May 1913

PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office, Pheenix, Arizonat March 21, 1913. Serial No. 021839 Notice is hereby given that Fiank H. Hereford, by John H. Page, of Phoenix, Oonnty o f Maricopa, State of Arizona, his attorney in fact, has filed in this office his application to select un der the provision of the Act of June 4. 18 97, (30 Stats. 36), and amendments thereto, the fol lowing described land: SEi SWi, SWi SEi. Sec. 13. NWi NEi, NEi NWi, Sec 24, T.20-S..R. 20-E.,G.&S.R.M., NWX bEi, Sec. 28, T 15-N., R. 30-E., G. & S. R. M., NWi, Sec 14, Lot 1, Sec. 12, Lot 2, Sec. 22, T. 24 S., R. 17 E. "c. Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, or desiring: to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to the dis posal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or before the 10th day of May, 1913. Frank H. Parker, Register. 3 SAM WRIGHT j J St. Johns' Expert 1 Barber A COOL R...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 8 May 1913

MEAT D. E. (BUD) HOWELL Adamana, Arizona CITY MEAT Cattle branded as in cut. LIVE STOCK BRAND FOR INFORMATION AND BENEFIT OF THE APACHE COUNTY STOCKMEN C. C. NAEGLE T2..n hrnnrl uaitie Drantieu 11UIOCO 1 I rtS 111 bUl, Earmark as follows:' RANGE: North and South Banks Puerco R.ver, Apache Cc. Arizona. IbUJSTRATIONS V PAMPHLETS. LABELS. J J NEWSPAPERS JAflD flit OTHER HUG PURPOSES fl ENGRAVING COM PAN V W San fhriando ?Jc. G$Aji$eej, ml , SSsSMI Fresh, Kolisbb. Pure J tWm$m Guaranteed to FSeaso J i 5KS&?SwcJw$ Every Gardr-ncr and i ; Ki3N$ superior merits of Oar i MpsfMsS? KoriMern G rown Seeds. 1 i Horse brand as shown in cut. Owns the following cattle brands: Won left hip, ZQ on right ribs Also have charge of the follow ing brands: Co gsj on left hip of cattle, and CK on left hip of cattle, GeN on left ribs of cattle and left hip horses. Range: North slope White Mts. PoSTOFFiCE: Concho, Arizona. MARKET SPECIAL OFFEIX L'4sa'i,-a w w - - - !H'&&Vv7?? ....,m onnH imetnnid ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 8 May 1913

The St. Johns Herald And Apache News. GEO. E.WAITE, Publisher. The Official Paper ot Apache County. Published every Thursday at St. Johns, Arizona. SUBSCRIPTION RATE. One year '. $2.00 4WA11 subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. The paper will be stopped at the expiration of thetime aid for. Advertising rates furnished on application. The news of Apache County and General news, interseting to all MAY 8, 1913 Well, you will .find lator on. in summer, that we are goi ng to have fruit here this year. A large shipment of wool, belonging to M. P. Peterson, passed through St. Johns yesterday, en route to Hol-brook-. Mrs. Dionicio Dnran has been very ill for several days but is improving at the pres ent time. PROFESSIONAL CARDS All Kinds of Stenographic and Tj'pewriting- work My prices are reasonable and work guaranteed C A. Narramork, Court House, St. Johns3 Ariz. OVE E. OV13RSON , Attorney and Counselor AT-L,AW 'i Practice in Apache Count' Courts and Supreme Court of Arizona. St. Johns,...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 8 May 1913

MINUTES Board of Supervisors. Office of Board of Supervisors, St. Johns, Arizona, Monday, May, 5, 1913. Regular adjourned quarterly meeting from April 14th . Present, J. R. Armijo, Chair-; man, H. J. Knight, member, P. B. Candelaria, member, Theodore Lopez, F. W. Nelson, County t Attorney and Sylvester Peralta, ' Sheriff ; The minutes of April 14th: were read The minute entry giving the form of bonds, and that portion reading "This bond is issued by the Board ol Super visors under the c mditions of Chapter 29 of the law of the first i session of the first Legislature' of the state of Arizona and' amendments thereto and in con-' fortuity with a resolution of the' said Hoard, dated the 3d day of I March, 1913", was corrected to; read "This bond is isued by the! Board -of Supervisors of the County of Apache, State of Ari zona, under and in compliance with Chapter Twenty-nine (29) of the laws of the first session I of the first legislature of the' state of Arizona and amendments' theret...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 8 May 1913

Concho News Items. inardino, California. A very pleasant and enjoyable evening- was spent in dancing on Thursday of last week and a large crowd was in attendance Mr. Curtis Maxwell furnished the music for the dancers all of whom declare the occasion and the music the best of the season. Mrs- F. M. Whiting and sister Miss Beryl Johnson left Concho Thursday for a sojourn in St. Johns and were later joined by Mr. Whiting, who closed a most successful year of school in upper Concho Mr. Whiting's sch'nl closed with an excellent program and dance in the evening and both occasions of the day were pronounced a success by all who attended. Mrs M. Alice Patterson closed school on the 2nd Inst, and on Sunday went to St. Johns to visit for a few weeks. Mrs. Patterson did not give closing exercises for three excell ent reasons. First the pupils had. not been couched in that line for the past five years hence the most of them have lost their love and ambitions or aspirations for any stage perform...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 15 May 1913

ITBRIISmL U8ASUS THE ST. JOHNS HE and Apache News RALD Vof, 29. ST. JOHNS, APACHE GO.. ARIZONA, MAY 15, 19 i3 No. 37 x x xd d id d v xd x d ii l xd d xd We Want Y-O-U to feel just as free to come into this bank and ask questions about the advantages of having a bank account for the care and. pro ection of YOUR money as you would feel in going into any store to ask about the quality or price of a piece of goods No matter how small your income a bank account will help you to take bet ter care of it, help you tt accumulate Gilbert E, Greer's new residence is being pushed rapidly to com pletion. The walls are now nearly up. The new home of Mrs. Beatrice Garcia is now iu the hands of the plasters. When this building: is completed it will bh one of the neatest cottages in the city. Attorney Ove E. Overson re turned Sunday evening from his trip to Phoenix, where he has spent the past two weeks. He says that it is ''some'' hot there How about preparing for a got id celebration here in St. J...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 15 May 1913

PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office, Pheenix, Arizona! March 21, 1913. Serial No. 02LS39 Notice is hereby given that Fiank H. Hereford, by John H. Page, of Phoenix, Connty o f Maricopa, Estate of Arizona, his attorney in fact, has filed in this office his application to select un der the provision of the Act of June 4. 18 97, (30 Stabs. 36), and amendments thereto, the fol lowing described land: SEi SWi, SWi SEi. Sec. 13, N W N Hi, NEi N Wi, Sec 24, T. 20-S. , R. 20-E.,G.&S.R.M., NW SE-j, Sec. 2S, T 15-N., R. 30-E., G. & S. R. M., NWi, Sec 14, Lot 1, Sec. 12, Lot 2, Sec. 22, T.24-S.,- R. 17 E. . Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, or desiring to object because of the mineral character of the laud, or for any other reason, to the dis posal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or before the 10th day of May. 1913. Frank H. Parker, Register. SAM WRIGHT 4 St. Jotins' Expert 1 Barber A COOL R...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 15 May 1913

r D. E. (BUD) HOWELL Adamana, Arizona LIVE STOCK BRAND FOR INFORMATION AND BENEFIT OF THE APACHE COUNTY STOCKMEN MEAT CITY MEAT MARKET Cattle branded as in cut. Horses branded as in cut. Earmark as follows: RANGE: Nortli and South Ranks Puerco River, Apache Co. Arizona. ILDjJSTBATION5 FOR BOOKLETS, CATALOGS, PAMPHLETS, LABELS, y NEWSPAPERS 'ABDAUOTHER PRIIfTinS PURPOSES r cSJXS&XtSTrO ENGRAVING COMPANY San fernaido J&JdQ. .'Of C. C. NAEGLE Cattle branded as in cut. laraniesd to Please j Every Gardener end g SSe- -.Y tea MS3 Ska 22 . Fresh, Rellib'e. Pure Guaran! T7' P1itnipehnnI(!tf'Et l!iC i.nrlfir ir.rriis of Oil? ftfoPT Northern (jiownbetfii.i. KSSl SPECIAL OFFER FOR 10 CENTS we will fend postpaid our c-nninnc: r.m LECTION 1 pU.CODaj Toirito 1 pk'r. I'rlncctt Hifli-h . 1 1 pVg. SelMJroninx Celery ' J 1 pit. Tarl Arrow-hfKl Cabg . 'It' I pt. Fallortoc Uarlrt LlU.t '-12VrllUCbIKIirr8ilt . . J 91 00 lacking r.nd r-ctlvo the tcw "Fmon Collection, to csltirr with our .V-w nt I...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 15 May 1913

The St. Johns Herald And Apache News GEO. E.WAITE; Publisher. The Official Paper of Apache County. Published every Thursday at St. Johns, Arizona . SUBSCRIPTION RATE. Oic year $2.00 yAU subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE The paper will be stopped at the expiration of the time eid for. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Advertising rates furnished in application. The news of Apache County and General news, interseting to all MAY IS, 1913 It is time that the people ot St. Johns were waking up to the sanitary condition of our town What-about Incorporation? The water from the Lyman re ervior is now running through the Berry cut and on the land west of St. Johus. The farmers are all busy planting large crops and there is no doubt that the harvest will be great. The Panama Canal will be opened for navagation on Jan uary 1st, 1914, and the Eram, the vessel used bv Anarctic Ex plorer Amundsen will b e the first to pass through the canal. All Kinds of Stenographic and Typewriting- work My prices are reas...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 15 May 1913

Concho News Items. INUTES oard of Supervisors. Mr. C. C. Naegle has moved his family to Vernon for the sum' mer 'Office of the Board of Supervis- Miss Naomi Marble is visiting , ors 4 with friends and relatives in! St. Johns, Apache County, Eagar for a few weeks. Arizona, May 10, 1913. Mr. Eugene Gillespie is haul-! The Bjard of Supervisors of ing bailed hay to St. Johns. i Apache County met in special " Miss Rozalia Gillespie will ' session, all members having been move to her ranch near Pinedale notilied, ami J. R. Arraijo. Chair now that school has closed. man H. J. Knight, member, Prof John S. Allen closed ! and' Teodore Lopez Clerk, pres school Friday and went to St. ent. Order authorizing the Clerk Johns. to advertise lor bids for construc- Mr. iMlen succeeded in main- tion of a fireproof vault, made in Laining a verv good average at-, tegular session on the 7tli day of tendance un il he last week. He May, 1913, was ordered revoked and the BoAid of Trusties agreed ' and the Ch...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Johns herald and Apache news. — 15 May 1913

FIRE CO-OPERATION In spite of the unusual abund acne of snow and rain which has fallen very generally through out the White Mountains on the Apache National Forest during the winter and early spring, a number of fires have already occurred. Several small fires have been reported from the Coconino National Forest in Arizona. Reports indicate that most of the fires thus far have caused by carelessness on the part of campers or other users of the Forests. These fires fall distinctly, therefore, in the class of tires which might easily have been prevented by a proper re gard for the importance of fire protection on ihe part of those who started them. In view of the enormous value of the Forest resource to Apache County it is exceedingly import ant that the public be reminded of the necessity of saving the the Forest from burning and that the utmost caution be exercise, parti ularlv in the use of camp fires in the mountains. While ffres at the lower elevations ordinarily do not. kill sta...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald And Apache News
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