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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 December 1919

Proceedings of the Board Supervisors Apache County, Arizona. St. Johns, Arizona, Dec. 1st. 1919. Board of Supervisors met in regular session on this date at 9:30 a.m., with full Board and Clerk present. Minutes of November meeting were read arid approved. Mr. A. S. Jackson appeared before the Board in the matter of removing fence-from across County road between Concho and Ver non, and asked that the fence be allowed to remain until May 1st, 1920. It was ordered by the Board that the request of Mr. Jack son be granted. The following demands were examined and approved and war rants ordered issued from the Expense Fund: Bert J. Colter, J. A. Mineer, M. C. Parks, A. C. M. L, Mary W. Wilkins, E. P. Howell, B. Y. Peterson, Andrew Maxwell, Anderson Merc. Co., St. Johns Drug Co., E. R. DeWitt. St. Johns Garage, Mrs. J. A. Mineer, J. N. Overson, law books . f holding inquest .- coroners juror 'V i cash orders to indigents v contract work Interest on bond money Colter, as deputy! sheriff, was...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 December 1919

'1 ?- ; 1 4 A deep sense of obligation prompts us in expressing at this season, our gratitude for the many favors conferred on -us by you during the past year. We hope the coming year will' be as-prosperous for you as we wish it to be for ourselves, and thatyou will permit us to share your in creased patronage during 1920 and many, many years to Mtow; v - ARIZ. CO-OP. MERC. INST. St. Johns, Ariz. k 1 A. . '1 Arizona Good Roads Bigness of U. S. Association. , Shown by Statistics. The next annual meeting of the Arizona Good Roads Association will be held at Tucson, Monday, January 19th,, commencing at 10 a- m., at the Chamber of Com merce Building. . A full and complete representa tion is very earnestly desired, in order that the sentiment of the entire state of Arizona on -the matter of national and state high way policies may be discussed and fully ascertained. Delegates are to be appointed on the following basis: Class 1. Cities and Counties are entitled to 5 delegates each. Class ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 18 December 1919

MAS SALES OF 0. S. SECURITIES WILL BE HEAVY Government Asks Everyone to f Give War Savings Stamps as Gifts Sales of War Savings Stamps and Treasury Savings Certificates to the banks of the Twelfth Federal Reserve District, in anticipation of a heavy hol iday demand of these - securities for Christmas presents, are greater than for any period during 1919, according to reports of the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank. As early as November 20 the bank reported shipment on that date of $60,200 worth of Treasury Savings Certificates, to eighteen banks of the district This was the largest amount of these securities shipped on any one day up to that date since the close of the war. ' Conservative estimates predict that the demands of banks alone throughout the district will reach the quarter of a million dollar mark for the holiday trade in War Savings Stamps and Treasury Savings Certificates. This is not taking into considerat'on tremen dous demands looked for from the pcst offices. The ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 December 1919

etc C wot " : ' VOLUME 36 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTS, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1919 NO. 18 - i gBggHH"1' 'liiiMMWWUiiiMfdiwwMMiiiiitiiM'ii,H1.iw. 'i i'V t... ii i i Hrj iir j. init-mi w i.iT-im ! 'm-Mtnu iuiu-JU.,.-., ,m-rT.. .-.rrmrn .miii mi. -.n, . t-ww mm.iiu mi iiiijili mmmT,m-, mill i u n I, ,,,-., ' 1V1 5 ' " AND A Jjjj jjggjj ggg Xmas Day. Soon it will be 1920.. jjaurance P. Sherwood was down from Richyille Sunday and Monday. Your Rexall Calendar for - 1920 informed that she has completed and elected the student body offi is now waiting for you at the her course at the Normal and is cers that we have been lacking. Drug Store. : now prepared to teach. I Miss Cubah Judd was elected first -. - , . . T1 J vice-president, and Mr. Ellis Sheriff Jacob Ham blip is at- Fred A. V biting, wife and wntbank second vice-president. tending to DUSiness in ine suuui end of the county. George O'Donnell and "Buck" Mangum, of the Ramah, N. M. country, are in town for the holi days. And it ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 December 1919

The Grey WqIyP Chorus. -o-o- ' ' By ?Dr? Frank Ci&NE' . Eugrahw We'liaveTiTlecT tfieCeapSe of Nations! w " .1. r Ha, Hal ' Ho, Ho! Come hither, jackals, wolves; hyenas! The lions have finished. We begin. . ..... The lions fought at the Marne, at" Chateau 'Thierry, Argonne Wood. . r, y . Earsifals, pure fools, they died for the IHeal. ' " They thought they would end War. That when they had smashed ttie Hun tKey would , end the Old Order. The Old Order of mad National Vanities- Of vast armies" and navies, crushing, impoverishing the workers , draining of State, wasting the fruits of labor. The Old Order Militarism, enveloping, strangling every Nation as a shirt of Nessus. , We have undone all that. We have shattered the Unity of the Allies they achieved. We have hurled insult to France, Italy, England, our late com panions in arms. We have smashed the President, with his proud Idealism, stained his plume with blood, his shield with grime. We have butchered the Hope of the World wi...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 December 1919

3 ,-9) a 43 ; "1 . ' ' ,1' V-' (3h3 I Service Gui nic GRIMES & OVERSON PROPRIETORS 3 Bring your car troubles to fKpm Wp will plcn takp vr7i " nr rnma -fhr vrvn -if vnn want or come for you if you want Commercial Street, 3 BARBERSHOP 1 Located in Jarvis Building First door west of Drug Store, Electric Massage and Shan 14 poos given. a ffj Herpicide Hair- Tonic; a jij I jj Drop in apy time. I WORK GUARANTEED Jj, " -"-" ........ m H Hi QENARO ACOSTA Contractor and Buildei Best Machinery Shop in the town ' Plans and Estimates Furnished Catarrhal Deafness Csnaot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There i3 only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, and that Is by a constituf'onal remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result. Unless the inflammati...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 25 December 1919

LABOR HEADS . WILL CONSIDER SAVINGS PLANS Conference Called By Goiri ?pers May Ask Continuation j of Thrift Policy. Portland, Ore. Heads of the Inter national Unions of America opening a special conference in Washington De cember 13 at the call of Samuel Gonip- ara, President of the American Federa-d tion- of Labor, to outline a labor pro gramin lieu of the failure of the re cent industrial conference, have been petitioned by the Oregon State Federation of Labor to include in the program unqualified support of the Government's thrift policy, represented, in 13ie sale of Thrift, War Savings Stamps and Treasury Savings Certifi cates. JBacking of all other State Federations of Labor and a request tlat tacy forward similar petitions to the 'conference in Washington was' asked by the Oregon Federation in a letter to alL other State Federations of Labor. The letter was signed by 0; R. Hartwig, president of the Oregon Fed eration, who says: "We feel that this will materially strengthen the...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 1 January 1920

VOLUM: ;HNS, t NO. 19 Brief Local Notes. u 1920. B. L. Gibbons is herefrom Ajo spending a few days with his ' were married, Judge August Mi family, j neer officiating. Elmer is a son The past two weeks have been ; of Mr. and Mrs. M. Christensen, well filled: with dancing and thea- of this city, and a product of St. ter going. j Johns. The bride is a beautiful James Shreeve and family afe spending the holidays with re latives at Eagar. Prof. Albert Jasvis s home from Alpine spending the holi days with his family, "B.v" Hutchins was in from his ranch near Vernon Monday look ing after some matters of busi ness. Hunger knows no armistice. The war is over but the effects of Qn January 5thf Tranquilino the war are today overwhelming Padila an(J Misg Christina Peral. the Near East. ta are to be married. Cards are Even a chronic grouch can be out announcing the happy event, real sweet and smile like a basket Tranquilino is a son of Bitorino k of-erSpSnrhen he's-tfying to sell padfila, while...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 1 January 1920

ST. JOHNS HERALD 1 AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Publisher ntcrcd In the Pot Office at St. Johns, Arizona ft Second Class Mail Matter. Epsued every Thursday. Subscription price one dollar a year, in advance OFFICIAL PAPER OF APACHE COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judgei Superior Court Board of Supervisors Sheriff Clerk, Superior C urt County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Superintendent State Senator State Representative A. S. Gibbons Jo.enh Udall. Win. H. Gibbons Burr W. Porter. B. Y. Peterson Clk Jacob Hamblin Levi S. Udall G. E. Greer Mary W. Wilkins Susie R. Tenney John R. Coleman Nancy L. Gibbons E-1. Whitins H. Parley Burk Jan. 1, 1920 The "Matter With" America What's the matter with America these days? Too many diamonds; not enough alarm clocks. "Too many silk shirts; not enough blue flannel ones. Too many pointed-toed shoes; and not enough square toed ones. Too many serge suits, and not enough overalls. Too much decollete, and no enough aprons. Too many satin-upholste...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 1 January 1920

"BUY NOW" IS HELD SLOGAN TO BILK PUBLIC Helena, Mont. Denouncing what it terms misleading "buy now propa ganda" and affirming that investi gations have disclosed excessive profits, the Montana Trade Commis sion today made public a detailed statement showing percentage of profit charged in the state. The commission finds the margins of gross profit range from 34 per cent on groceries to G7 per"cent on women's clothing and shoes, 59 pei cent on men's clothing and shoes. H2 per cent on dry goods, GO per cent On children's apparel and 62 per cent on bedding. The commission disputes the widely circulated assertions that prices are certain to rise. "This .propaganda should be ignored," it says, "as prices are bound to de cline." . Hold oato your dollars. Put them in War Savings Stamps now. They will be worth more later. . : - w. s. s. t;m Giving Them Both a Start By C. C. Biiown 'My. little lad plays all the live-long day. ' No pausing for rest needs he; And out on the air peals his laugh...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 1 January 1920

A deep sense of obligation prompts us in expressing at this season, our gratitude for the many favors conferred on us by you during the past year. We hope the coming year will be as prosperous' for you as we wish it to be for ourselves, and that you will permit us to share your in creased patronage during 1920 and many, many years to follow. . : N ' ARIZ. CO-OP. MERC. INST. St. Johns, Ariz. Service a 'I 3 Bring your car troubles to us, we can and will fix fViom ATa will alcr nrc trrm xxtVph-a trmi wrani- fr crr rr" mmo -frk-r tttvm i-f -wrm TUT-fanf tic to - ! 1 JL VVSXXXV 1U1 JTVU. XX. J'JA V V Uil U lvJ L.W 3 Commercial Street, St. Johns, Arizona. , ANSWER HER LETTER GRIMES & OVERSON PROPRIETORS 1 BARBERSHOP B Located in Jarvis Building First door west of Drug Store. Electric Massage and Sham poos given. ' Herpicide Hair Tonic; sure dandruff killeh Drop in any time. WORK GUARANTEED I 1 P I Si sal QENARO ACOSTA Contractor and Btrildet Best Machinery Shop in the town Plans and E...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 January 1920

NO. 20 Brief Local Notes. The county supervisors were in session this week. Roy McFate is having his bar bershop enlarged . Albert Jarvis is teaching school in district No. 11. Dodd L. Greer of Concho was a business visitor here during the week. "Ted" Wiltbanks spent a few days in the city during the past week. Noah and Dow Connolly are in from their ranch at Vernon for a few days. The sale of Christmas Red Cross seals in St. Johns amounted to $45.00. David Love of Nutrioso is in the city yisiting his family for a few days. Enos Pipkin of Springerville was in town during the first part of the week. County road engineer, Gustav Becker, was a business visitor here Monday. Hunger knows no armistice. Help banish the hunger cry of little ones in the Near East. Henny Harless was a visitor here last Saturday and Sunday. He says that things are all 0. K. at Eagar. The district schools of our city have again resumed the daily grind; commencing Monday, Jan uary 5th. John H. Greer was down fro...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 January 1920

ST. JOHNS HERALD AND APACHE NEWS J. W. Waite, Publisher ntered in the Pott Office at St. John. Arion Second Class Mail Matter. psued every Thureday. Subscription price one dollar a year, in advance. On the road from Durham to Raleigh, N. C, a man nam ed Smith is living with his seventh wife. In the front yard are the graves of her predecessors, each conspic ously marked with a slab. Corporal York has nothing on the present Mrs. Smith. OFFICIAL PAPER OF APACHE COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Judgei Superior Court Board of Supervisors Sheriff Clerk, Superior C urt County Attorney Recorder Treasurer Assessor School Superintendent State Senator State Representative A. S. Gibbons Joseph Udall, Wm. H. Gibbons, Burr V. Porter. B. Y.Peterson Clk Jacob Hamblin Levi S. Udall G. E. Greer Mary W. Wilkins Susie R. Tenney John R. Coleman Nancy L. Gibbons E- I."Whitins H. Parley Burk Jan. 8, 1920 There are from 150 to 200 fireman on the largest trans- Atlantic liners. For good Job work at right prices,...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 January 1920

u f.t ' 7 v ' . '- ' 1 V;.: ' v J ;4'i."!'' " v- ' WATCH THIS SPACE. IT IS RESERVED FOR 5 . s ARIZ. CO-OP. MERC. INST. 'I ' St. Johns, Ariz. ',' 'Si' .jo. : ''' ' li l nll I iS Fm in signs? ' ( Dimomp Special-( the Fl -Shoes for Mm. The choicest cuts of the skins and the ,best selected oak sole leather are used in making these high grade shoes. The styles are the newest, the patterns handsome and the quality the highest. The lasts are well shaped, the shoes splendid fitters and built of solid leather throughout. To the man who appreciates value and buys a real good shoe, we specially recommend Peters "Diamond Specials". They are shoes of character. Each pair is A Great Cnfunaiion of Style, Service sad Comfort. The shoe illustrated is . an English Cut Bal with Low Heel and Narrow Receding Toe, and is one of our several good "Diamond Special" numbers this season. A. & B. Schuster Co. St Johns, Arizona. HERE is one you can bank on the sign of a company that has stood between the co...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 8 January 1920

Recommend "Different" Position in Dancing. The social advisory committee of the L. D. S. church, at a recent convention held in Salt Lake City, recommend some rules in dancing which they believe will bring their dances to even a nigher standard than heretofore. Among the things discussed at the meeting were the objectional features of the present-day ten dencies in dance position, to-wit: Close body contact. Contact of cheeks. Arms around the neek. Arms completely encircling the body. Drooping and slouching atti tudes. They would also bar the '"sissy boy" hold. The committee . recommended that all dance halls .underv the jurisdiction of the church be thoroughly clean, well lighled, ventilated, and kept in first-class shape. There were many more recom mendations and they are to be published in pamphlet form in the near future, when all may be given an opportunity of reading them in full. Cattle Alleged Stolen Arrests Made. Sheriff C. W. Harp and State Stock Inspector Dan Divelbess re...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 January 1920

VOLUME 36 ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920 NO. 21 Brief Local Notes. Frank Gallegos has gone to Cooley to work during the winter. Mrs. Cruz Navarette is very ill at here home in this city. A daughter was born to M and Mrs. Ernest Farr at Snow flake on January 7th. Mrs. Nosifor Garcia is reported v,ery ill. Dr. Bouldin has her under his care. Other weddings are set for the near future. Some at Concho others in St. Johns. In another column see the Evening Herald of Albuqueique advertisement. Ambrosio Armijo one of the pioneers of St. Johns is ill at the familyfcresidence in this city. Simpson Day, proprietor of the Eagar Garage, was a business visitor during the latter part of last week. Father Derichmont will go to Concho tomorrow to attend to his partoral duties in that part of his parish. A big baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. - Jesse DeWitt at her parent's home in this city, last Thursday night. Rulon Smith, a young man of Taylor, was killed one day l...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 January 1920

Wheat to Sell for $3.00 in 1920. How to Get From 5 to 15 More Bushels Per Acre and Prevent Winter Kill and Soil-Blow. 1919 A. B. S.. Inc. fiSbrabcfflM will pay these extremely high prices for Arizona Furs m EXTRA LARGE I N-i LARGE I NSI MEDIUM I N2 SMALL JIB 2 pctka to AvtRASt rm T; vrii trrwATo vtRnt iktbto avuaci M to siae a waxhv COYOTE iyFcrrci&Sei20.00 to 17.00 15.C0 ta 12i0l 19.00 to 8,50 7.50 to 5.50 1 7.00 Iq 3.50 " Wifa&u 16.00 to 14.00 12.00 to 9.00? 8.09 to fi.C05.C9to 4.00 5.80 to 3.00 1 LYNX CAT HeavyFurred 20.09 to 16.09 14.09 tc 12.99 19.09 to 8.09 7.00 to 5.00 j 7.C0 to 3.50 Ordinary l5.00 to 12.00 110.00 to 8.00 7.00 to 5.C0 4.00 to 3.C0 1 4.09 to 2.90 GREY FX I Cased &00 to 7.00 1 6.00 to 5.00 1 4.50 to LiO 3.09 to 2.50 1 3.00 to 1.50 These extremely high prices are based on the well-known "SHUBERT" liberal grading and are quoted for immediate shipment. No. 3, No. 4, and otherwise inferior skins at highest market value. For quotations on other Arizona F...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 January 1920

arming Implements Plows Iky Walkin day fy s, It ' i t& L I Diamond Special" y' I j tli Finest "Bigraeod Branf, I HI' & 11 ta a r? a SHM3GS fGf MEfl. t?aa r? The choicest cuts cf die skins and the best selected oak sole leather are used in making these high grade shoes. ' The styles are the newest, the patterns handsome and the quality the highest. The lasts are well shaped, the shoes splendid fitters and built of solid leather throughout. To the man who appreciates value and buys a real good shoe, we specially recommend Peters "Diamond Specials". They are shoes cf character. Each pair is A Great Combination -of - Style3 Service aeid Comfort The shoe illustrated is an English Cut Bal with Low Heel and Narrow Receding Toe, and is one of our several good "Diamond Special" numbers this season. A. & B. Schuster Co St. Johns, a car load need Impfe s Arizona. farm Imp of this in signs? HERE is one you can bank on the sign of a company that has stood between the country and its ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 15 January 1920

Pll I HI BM III II IB'f y tf"MI,KFgrultll 'HIMinill MBIIIifc n f... i i .. ; z ' - Z Z . k Report of the Condition of The St. Johns State Bank At St. Johns in the State of Arizona, at the close of business Dec. 31st. 1919. RESOURCES - d ' Loans and Discounts, less due from Directors $ 91,015.52 Overdrafts 1,450.73 United States Bonds, Liberty & Victory Bonds 6,400.00 State, County and Municipal Bonds . 10,000.00 Other Bonds, Stocks, Securities, etc. -T 1 300.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .- 7,000.00 Specie , $ 1,620.22 Legal Tender and National Banks Notes 4,346.00 Exchanges for Clearing 1,113.3! Other Cash Items 27.48 Due from State and National Banks, Approved Reserve Agents 9.750.33 Due from State and National Banks, , npt Reserve Agents 715.20 17,572.54 Assets not included under above heads, viz: , , "War Savings Stamps 1 ' - 350.39 Revenue Stamps 1 , 72.37 Total - 11.-.- 134,161.55 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in $ 40,000.00 Surplus T -----r 8,000.00 Undivided ...

Publication Title: St. Johns Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Johns herald. — 22 January 1920

Herald 1 he ot. John ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1920 NO. 22 VOLUME 36 Brief Local Notes. Roy McFate has been ill for a few days. Douglas Fairbanks will be at the Jendike next Saturday night. Don Nicolls an!l Mr. Blair, of Vernon, were at the county seat today. Ernest J. Whiting is in Los An geles attending a school of me chanics. Let that extra dollar go to help starving, half clad children in the Near East. Jack Odell of the Odell Cattle company was a business visitor here Wednesday. Minnie and Lynn Whiting are expected home from Los Angeles withm the next few days. C. C. Naegle and his son Eu gene are in the city this week for a short visit with home folks. The county "dads" and their clerk were all at the road conven tion held in Tucson on the 19th inst. Last Sunday Mrs. E. W. Grimes received a telegram informing her of the sad news that her father had just passed away. Mary Garden appeared at the Jen-Dike last night in "The Splen did Sinner." A good...

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