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title: 'Snips and the St. Johns herald. (St. Johns, Ariz.) 1903-1905, October 03, 1903, Image 1',
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SNIPS & HERALD
Yol. 1, AO. 40.
ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., OCT. 3, 1903.
Eagar Epistle. i charged to him, as the duplicate
.assessment rolls are delivered
C. S. Love & Co. started up and charged. . It then becomes
thétr threshing machine last the duty of the tax collector to
Saturday and it has been runn-i collect the taxes.
ing ever since when the weather
, would permit.
The weather "has been so un-
c ui x .i v r i enforce the lien of the territory
favorable for the past few weeks . .
in ine same manner max stms
! The method of collection is
entirely changed by the new law.
: Suits must now be brought to
SNIPS, Vol. 3, No. 4 "' 1H
HERALD, Vol.:20 No. 2 $M
for harvesting and gathering
crops that many people are be
hind with their work.
are brought to enforce other
liens. The party owing the
taxes is summoned into cout,
Word has been received here either by personal service or,
that Nathaniel Marble, who has publication, in the same manner
been in San Francisco for treat- as n ordinary suits. To the pe
ment of a cancer, was at Hoi- tition must be attached a tax
brook Monday on his way home bill, which is made" out by the
and that his cancer was cured. j tax collector, and this tax bill
""Z. s prima facie evidence of the
luw iaA L,W correctness of all the proceed-
i The law passed by the recent ings in the assessment of the
legislature makes no changes in property, levying of the taxes,
the revenue laws, except in re- etc. Unless the tax payer can
gard to the collection of delin- show to the Court that the tax
quent taxes; all other steps in is unlawful, or some other good
the assessment and collection of and sufficient defense, judgment
taxes are the same, up to the will go against the tax payer
time taxes become delinquent, and execution will issue upon
Taxes become delinquent on the judgment as in ordinary
second Monday in December, as 'ases.
heretofore. It is made the duty The law expressly gives the
of the Lax collector, by the new rignt of redemption on all delin
law, to return delinquent lists quent taxes until Dec. 31, 1903.
of all real estate forfeited to the ' by paying the original tax and
territory for taxes, begining certain interest and percentages,
with the year 1888. From these The right is also given the tax
lists the clerk of the board of ; payer to redeem at any time be
supervisors makes a back tax fore his property is sold by the
book. Hereafter the back tax sheriff, by paying all taxes, in
book is to be made up within 30 terest, penalties and court costs,
days after the annual settlement After sheriff's sale however, the
of the tax collector. The back tax payer is entirely divested of
tax hook is then delivered by the his property, and all equity of
clerk of the board of supervis- redemption. Tombstone Pros
prs to the tax collector and pector,
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Crop Report of Apache County
Greer Heavy frost on 15th
killed nearly everything; it has
rained for the past three days;
nearly all grain is in shock;
potatoes are not yet dug; corn
was all killed while green.
Alice W. Wiltbank.
Nutrioso First of week was
cold and windy; heavy frost on
the 15th and 16th; last of week
was cloudy and windy; corn was
all killed by frost when only in
roasting ears,; garden vegetables
are doing well; potato crop is
good. Lucinda Wilkins.
Pinto-First part of week cloudy
with high winds; heavy rains
during latter half of week; frost
ot last week killed vines and
slightly damaged corn; range is
better than usual for this time
of year. A. E. Henning.
The newspaper is a wide field
i and full of roses aiid thorns.
1 When you roast the ungodly the
: preacher smiles; when you rosat
j the preacher the ungodly smiles;
J if .you roast the saloon, the tee
totler smiles; if you roast the
teetotaler, the saloon men set
them up; if you have an opinion
you get cussed and if you are a
nonenit. The preacher knows
one thing, the lawyer and doctor
, another, dut the journalist is ex
pected to know every thing. He
is the best and worst man in the
For a pleasant physic ..take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Easy to take. Pleas
ant in effect. For sale by St.
Johns Drug Co.
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