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ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1902.
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shcation. UiiHCRIPTlON RATES.
The Sisters of the Blessed
WITNESS my hand and official seal
lliis Twenty-sixth day of October, Anno
Recorder of Deeds.
for Indians and Colored People.
One year ....
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field NkdafF MidwInUr Fair
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NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
In pursuance of Paragraph No.
3909 Chapter VII Revised Stat
utes of Arizona 1901, I am re
quired to publish the Delinquent
Tax List in Ml for the year 1901
Those knowing their taxes to
be delinquent for said year -will
save the advertising cost bv set
tling same on or before Feb. 24th
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jLajT. flxxaaiL-...It. Allyn Lewis...
fftunriH Stmckt. Chief Jntlc
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y. M. Boax. Associate JnUce
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J Benisno Lopoz,
llloritco Gftrcia, Clerk
0-artcrlyatinKnfthoBnard will Le held
ViwtwKay in Jn.,Apri:,JulyamlOct.
JtKrxtJT. Leandro Ortoga
;)iTxtcr ArrouxEr Alfred Ituit
ri.:.moBtt Moitico Garcia
T iKAJUatn T C. Hill
J3DK or the l)j!TRtm,CounT....R. E. Sloan
P4PH.ur.JunoK John T-IIogoe
C'.cnu of Gqvrt John T. IIogiH-
Tsnnfcof the DUtrict Court, third Monday
Ayril nd th first Mtnday In October.
Admiral Schley ia having a
perfect ovation on his western
Holland has offered to help in
.bringing about peace between the
Boers and the British.
THAT VOULD FIX IT.
JI Col, Christy, Capt. Joe Alex
ander, Major McClintock, E. B.
O'Neill and Ike Stoddard were
sent to Washington now and in
structed to fight the fight to the
last ditch, we would win both
statehood and national irriga
tion. It is a plain duty incum
bent on the board of -supervisors
to send them, or others, at once.
One thousand dollars will not do
it. If the board will not send
them let them send themselves.
We hereby make the appoint
ment in the name of the people
of Maricopa county and of all
Arizona. Arizona is in a death
struggle for freedom and pros
Santo3 Dumont has made a
pocond trip in his flying ma
chine, being out fifty five minutes.
Wm. G. Nevin, general mana
ger of the Santa Fo R. R., died at
Iub home in Lob Angeles of heart
paralysis, a few days ago.
To be constantly pulling up
the socds of life to see if they
have sprouted is a serious menace
to the health of the plants.
February Ladies' Home Journal.
One of the essential points in
good dressing is the harmony of
tojies and colors. A mass of
coloring in clothes is always a
mistake. February Ladies Home
Douglas is to have a newspaper
In that respect, tha town will
keep up with the procession, for
an American town without a
newspaper is certainly antedilu
vian and not in it. The paper
will be a 6-column folio, and the
first number will be issued about
Friday, the 14th inst. Pending
the erection of a building and the
nrrival of printing material, which
has been ordered, the paper will
be printed in Bisbee probably
two numbers, at the outside three
numbers. The paper will be un
der the editorial and business
. imanagement of Geo. F. Meek, and
it will be his endeavor to make
1ihenew publication a factor in
building up the growing Gity on
the border. Ariz- Gazette.
Arizona, No Field For Adventurers.
We do not advise the coming
to Arizona of those who wish to
make a living, and we believe
great misery has been wrought
by such advice from others. Of
all the "got-rich-quick" devices
known to man there is none more
sure and certain than the work
ing of a profitable mine, and un
der the conditions which rule
to-day there is less risk in the
determination of what will be a
profitable mine than in the ex
perimenting with other forms of
Wo have advocated and we
shall continually do so. the
policy of bringing among us men
of wealth to help us develop our
mines. The values lie in the
mountains on all sides of us,
many of the persevering pros
pectors succeed in getting their
properties on a paying basis in
dependent of outside help, many
are developing their mines into
such shape as to readily interest
outside capital, and it i3 capital,
not labor for a bare existence,
that must be invited in.
The mining man who holds on
through years of privation, deyel
oping his prospect, shipping ore,
timbering his shaft and tunnel
ing, blocking out reserves and
doing other dead work to show
up a mine, scorns the idea of a
paltry living wage as the return
for his risk and sacrifice, and has
the aims and justifiable aspira
tions which alone should actuate
a newcomer namely indepen
Why should a healthy young
man of intellect and energy seek
Arizona? There is always room
at the top -even in the most con
servative centers of strenuous
competition, and a bare living
with all the society and climate
of Arizona thrown m could not
tempt the olas3 which h most
desirable. Wealth and the facil
ities for its ready and honorable
acquisation are the inducements
offered by the mining industry,
and not the moribund existence
made posible in other lines
through our vaunted climate.
Arizona Mining Press.
BE IT KNOWN that we whose names
are hereunto subscribed citizens of Penii
Rvlvania and onr associates, beins a
Society of Religious women professing
the Roman Catholic Religion, living in
community and devoted to charitable
works, have associated ourselves to
gether for the purpose of educating,
training and instructing directly or thru
the agency ot others the American In
dian and Colored Races and do declare
that we and cur associates, with such
persons as may from time to time be
come members and our and their succes
sors are desirous of acquiring and enjoy
ing the powers, i nmunities and privi"
ledges of a corporation or a body politic
in law and fact, the name, style, title,
objects, articles and conditions whereof
are as follows:
ARTICLE I. The name of the corpo
ration shall be. The Sisters of the Bless
ed Sacrament for Indiana and Colored
ARTICLE II. The essential objects
of the corporation are to educate the
American Indian and Colored Races
thruout the State of Pennsylvania and
beyond its borders; to train teachers for
this purpose and especially to train the
youth of these races, without religious
distinction to become self sustaining
men and women, using such methods of
instruction in the principles of religion
and of human knowledge, as may be
best adapted to these purposes: to visit
and administer to Hie sick and poor o'
these races and to act as guardian of
such of their orphans and minor chil
dren as may be committed to Hb care.
ARTICLE III. The business of the
Corporation shall be transacted in Buck"
County, Pennsylvania and other places
in the State of Pennsylvania and be
yond the limits of the Commonwealth.
The principal office of the Corporation
shall be located at St. Elizabeth's House,
Hensalem Township, Bucks County
Pennsylvania, with full power on the
uart of the Corporation to establish and
Iacate branch offices at any place or
places within said State or elsewhere.
.BUCKS COUNTY ss
Filed in the office of the Prothonotary
of the Court of Common Pleas in and
for said County this Twenty-sixth day
of October A, D. 1892.
OSWIN C. KEIPER,
DEGREE OF COURT.
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AND now toVit No
ARTICLE IV. The Corporation shall
havo perpetual existence.
ARTICLE V. The officers of this
Corporation shall consist of a Board of
Managers of five persons, or such ad
ditional number not exceeding fifteen as
shall be fixed by the By Laws ; of a
President, Secretary and Treasurer and
such other officers and agents as the By
LawB shall prescribe.
currant year are :
The officers for the
Cathrine M. Drexel (known in religion
as Mother M. Katharino) President.
Mary V. Clayton (known in religion
as Mother M. Magdalen) Secretary.
Sarah McGravey (known in religion as
Mother M. Joseph) Treasurer.
Annie McCann (known in religion as
Sister M. Francis Xavier) Cathrine
Jarvis (known in religion as Sister M.
Aloysius) Cathrine M. Drexel (known
in religion as Mother M. Katharine)
Mary V. Clayton (known in religion as
Mother M. Magdalen) Sarah McGravey
(known in religion as Mother M.Joseph)
Managers, all single women. The Board
of Managers as at present or hereafter
constituted shall have authority to
make, alter, or amend the By Laws.
No member of the Corporation shall
have any claim for compensation for
her work whilst in the Sisterhood of
the Blessed Sacrement, andanv member
ceasing to belong to the said Sisterhood
shall cease by that act to belong to this
ARTICLE VII. The income of the
Corporation and contributions to it shall
bo devoted to the purposes hereinbefore
ARITCLE VIII. The Corporation
May hold Real Estate and personal
property to any amount now or here
after allowed by law.
ARTICLE IX. The names to the
subscribers to the Charter, all of whom
are at present residents of the Thirty
fifth ward of the City of Philidelphfa,
are as follows:
Cathrine M. Drexel,
Mary V. Clayton,
Annie D. McCann,
Shoes that have been wet and
have become stiff and uncomfort
able may be made soft and pliable
by being thoroughly rubbed with
: vaseline. February Ladies' Home
COMMONWEALTH OF PENN
SYLVANIA, COUNTY OF BUCKS.
.before me the subscriber Recorder of
Deeds in and for said County personally
appeared Catharine M. Drexel, Mary V.
Clayton and Sarah McGravey, three of
the subscribers to the above and fore
going Certificate of Incorporation and
due form of law acknowledged the
same to be their act and deed.
the foregoing CeVtificate for a Charter.
havingbcen duly acknowledged before
the Recorder of Deedstor the Countv of
Bucks and the same beingMuly certified
to, under the hand and official seal of the
said Recorder of Deeds and having
been filed in our said Court of Common
Pleas since the 26th day of October A
D. 1892 and having been presented to
me on Nov. 18th 1892 the undersigned a
Law Judge of the said Court of said
Countjr, accompanied by proof of the
publication of the notice of such appli
cation I certify that I have perused and
examined said Instrument and that I
find the same in proper form and with
in the purposes namjd in the first class
speciuea in me Act ot Assembly ap
proved the Twenty-ninth day of April
in the year of our Lord Eighteen hun
dred and seventy four entitled "An Act
to provide for for the incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations" and
that the same appears lawful and not
injurious to the community. It is there
fore ordered and decreed that the said
CHARTER bo and the same is hereby
approved, and that upon the recording
cf said Charter and this order the sub
scribers thereto and their associates
snail be a corporation lor the purposes
and upon the terms therein stated.
By the Court .
HARMON YERKES, .
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I haye
hereunto set my hand this Thirty-first
day of October A. D. 1901.
COMMONWEALTH OF PENN-)
SYLVANIA, COUNTY OF ) ss
T John G. King Prothon
otary' of Court of Common
Pleas of said County of
Bucks, in the State of Pennsylvania
aforesaid, DO HEREBY CERTIFY, that
the Honorable Harman Yerkes by whom
the forgeoing attestation was made and
whose name is thereto subscribed,
was, at the time of making thereof, and
still is President Judire of the Court of
Common Pleas of the County of Bucks,
composing the Seventh Judicial District
of Pennsylyania, duly commissioned
and qualified, and to all whose acts as
such full faith and credit are and ought
to be given, as well in Courts of judi
cature as elsewhere.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said Court at Doylestown, this
Thirtv-first day of October in the year
of our Lord one thousand nine hundred
JOHN G. KING,
OFFICE OF THE
SECRETARY OF THE COMMON
WEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Harrisburg, November 4th, 1901.
$pi-ingei- ille, Aria.,
Keep constantly on band a large and well selected steck of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware
Hoots o:o.c3. Slioes
And everything usually found in a First-Class Establishment. Anv article not
stock will be furnished on special order and on short notice.
M. & M
People who bave once worn
RECORDED in the office for Record
ing Deeds in and for the County of
Bucks in Miscellaneous Book 27, page
WITNESS my hand and seul of office
this 22nd day of November A. D. 1892.
SE.4JL 1 Recorder.
October 30, 1G01.
1, Burroughs Michener, Recorder of
Deeds for tha County of Bucks, State of
Pennsylvania do certify that the above
is correct and true copy of the Charter
of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament
for Indians and Colored People duly
recorded on the 22nd day of November,
A. D. 1392, in Miscellaneous Bonk No.
27, page 406, &c, so fully and entire as
the same remains of record in this office.
- Witness my hand and seal
SEAJL f office the day and year a
Recorder of Deeds.
COMMONWEALTH OF PENN
SYLVANIA, COUNTY OF
I, John G. King, Prothonotary of the
Court of Common Pleas of the County
of Bucks in the said State DO HERE.
BY CERTIFY, that the above named,
Burroughs Michener, by whom the fore
going attestation was made was at the
time of so making the same, and now is
the Recorder f Deeds duly commission
ed and qualified, to all whose acts as
such full faith and credit are and ought
to be given and that the seal thereto
annexed is the seal of the said Record
er's Office, and that the said attestation
so made by him is in due form.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF-, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said County at Doylestown, this
Twenty-first day of October A. D. 1901.
I, Harman Yerkes Judge of the Sev
enth Judicial District of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, composed of
the County of Bucks in the said State,
do hereby certify that the above named
John Cx. King by whom the foregoing
attestation was made, was, at the time
of so making the same, and now is the
clerk of said Court, duly -rommisiuioned
, and qualified to all whose actas such full
faith and credit are and ought to be
I given, as well in Courts of judicature as
elsewhere; that the seal thereto annex
ed is tiie seal of the said Court, and
that the said attestation so made by him
is in due form.
I. W. W. Griest. Secretary of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, having
the custody of the Great Seal of Penn
sylvania, DO HEREBY CERTIFY,
That Burroughs Michnf.r now ib, and
was at the time of subscribing his
name to the foregoing certificate of ex
emplification of record. RECORDFR OF
DEEDS in and for the County of Buck.-,
Pennsylvania, duly elected and com
missioned, and as such officer had, on
the said date, full jurisdiction, under
the lavB of this commonwealth, within
the said County of Bucks, to make the
attestation or certificate hereunto at
tached. That John G. King now is, and was
at the time of subscribing his name to
the forgoing certificate. PROTHONO
TARY OF THD COURT OF (. OMMON
PLEAS in and for the County of Bucks,
Pennsylvania, duly elected and com
That the Honorable Harman Yerkes ,
now is, and was at the time of subscrib
ing his name to the foregoing certificate,
PRESIDENT JEDGE OF THE COURT
OF COMMON PLEAS in and for the
County of Bucks, composing tho Sev
enth Judicial District of Pennsylvania,
duly elected and commissioned :
That FULL FAITH AND CREDIT are
due and ought to be given to fhoir official
That the SEALS attached to the said
certificates are genuine, and that I verily
bnlieve that each of the SIGNATURES
attesting the same is genuine.
IN TESTIMONY WHERE
OF I have Hereunto net my
hand and caused the Great
Seal of the State to he affixed, the day
and year above writ'en.
W. W. GRIEST,
Secretary of Commonweath.
will wear no other
kind. It is in a
class by itself.
The best made, the
best fitting, the
and durable under
wear on the market. It gives
universal satisfaction and we
recommend it to all our trade
Usually Found in a First-Class Establishment.
ST. JOHNS and SPRINGERVILM, A. T.
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IN THE NAME AND BY AUTHORITY OF TIIE
COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA.
GOVERN OROR OF THE SAID COMMONWEALTH,
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENT
SHALL COME, GREETING:
KNOWN YE,.That the Attestation or
Certificate heiennto attached is in due
form and made by the proper officer,
and that W. W. Griest whose name is
subscibed thereto, was at the time of
subscribing the same, and now is SEC
RETA R Y O F THE COMMON vVEALTH
OF PENNSYLVANIA duly appointed
and Commissioned, and FULL FAITH!
AND CREDIT are due and ought to be
given to his official acts accordingly.
Given under my hand and the Great
vSeal of the State, at the city
( gEAX Y1 Harrisbur;, this fourth
VJy'day of November, in the
jBYxmsoovEBNosj year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and one, and of
the Commonwealth the one hundred
WILLIAM A. STONE,
W. W. GRIEST,
Secretary of the Commonwealth
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