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St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, October 12, 1911, Image 1

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JO-APAGHE
is,
Tt Tfcmilrlin onA . arm Wprit
to Albuquerque last week, on
a short business trip.
It, doesn't matter whether
,a fellow was born in a sh e
or in Timbuctoo: if he's a
man, he's a man, regardless
of olace of birth: if not a man
he's a thing of which to be
aware.
Attorneys Stokes & Sher
man ' of Denver, interested
iiS tke Lyman Reservoir Co.,
are in town this week looking
after the matters and things
for the advancement of work
on all the reservoir plans.
The Sixth Annual Session
of the International Dry
Farming Congress will meet
at Colorado Springs, October
16-21, 1911. A large attend
iance will discuss interesting
phases of "dry farming' and
a large premium list is offer-
-p.n Tor ui uiAiivjuD uiiuo lcuscu.
JOHNS, APACHE CO..
REALIZ
toyour os'Ser at arty time.
BANK & TRUST CO.
Dr. Wm. M. Rudd and Mrs
Rudd are, now in Glendale,
where they are now building
a fine new residence on their
new home place.
Settlers on National For
ests under the Act of June 11
1906, will no longer have to
pay for a survey, as they have
had to in the past; on unsur
yeyed lands, when the claim
goes to patent. This relieves
many settlers under the act,
commonly known as the For
est Homestead Law, from a
burdensome expense. Relief
from this burden has been
brought about by an agree
ment between the Secretaries
of the Interior and of Ag
riculture, whereby surveys
made by empkes of the For
est Service will be under the
supervision of the Surveyor
General so that thev can be
accepted by the General Land
Office as final.
ARIZONA, OCTOBER 12,
Notes from Springerville
BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT
Mrs. Fred T. Colter and her
sistefc, Mrs. Nadice Thompson,
are spending some time in Phoe
nix. '
Several automobiles have pass
ed through Springerville within
the past month via the Transcont
inental Route. Parties from
Rocky Ford, Colo., Kansas an$
otbeir eastern states, have gone
through.
The Forest Service telephone
line from Springerville to Greer
was:completed on Sept 2, and
is now in daily use. The peo
pie of Greer turned out and help
ed on the work,
i The Secretary of War's party
passed oyer the Whitev Mountains
during Sept. en route from Re
serve, IJ- M., to.Fot; Apache.
lfepWty s-eo mosedjioijSec
r&tary di War Stimson, Gen.
'Leonard Wood, Capt. Frank
McCoy and . Lieut. Migdalski,
with a detachment of troops from
Fort Apache
Assistant Ranger R. i. Hop
son, formerly stationed at Greer,
has returned to Ann Arbor,
Micliv. to complete his course in
forestry at the Univ. of Mich.
W..O. Tuttle of San Carlos,
and party,, went through Spring-
ervilte during the latter part of
'Sept. en route from Albuquerque
to Globe. They were in a Cadil
lac car.
The many friends of Mrs. Geo.
Creaghe and daughter Miss Eth
el were glad to see them in Sprin
gerville recently.
The Springerville School has
opened with Prof. Chas. Jones of
Wisconsin. as principal and.Miss
Bostick of Clifton as assisant.
Paul and Alvin Becker have re
turned to school at Pasadena,
Calif., for the winter
Dr. Roberts has made sevetral
professional visits to Springer
ville recently to see Mr. J. H,
Berry and Mr. A. R. Pratt bo h
of whom are now recovering.'
The Springerville Thimble
Club has been revived. An. en
thusiastic meeting- was held re
cently at the residence of Mrs.
D. C Martin, at Amity. N
MissCallie Slaughter, who was
called home on account of the
death of her father, has returned
to the Normal School at Flag
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staff. .
B. F. Jones, whohas
spending some time in Springer
ville, has moved to Eagar.
Many hundreds of thousands,
pounds of wool are going out dat
ly by freight team now from
this place to Holbrook. X.
OFFICIAL
MINUTES
Office of the BoJard of Supervi
sors. v A - -
October 2nd. 1911.
The Board of Supervisors of
Apache County met this day at
9:00 a. m., in regular session as
provided by law. Present Joseph
Udall, Chairman, Fred T. Colter,
member Sheriff, Dist Attorney
and clerk. Absent David Ortega,
Member. J
The board' nbw ScQi up "theT
following business ' re"gitar
brought before it.
The Board took up, considered
and approved the monthly re
sports of the Treasurer and1 tax
collector.
The quarterly report of A. B.
Gandelaria, Treasurer and Ex
off icio tax collector was examined
found correct, and approved, said
report being as follows, to-wit;
Treasurers Quarterly Report.
Quarter beginning July 1st," 1911,
and ending Uct 2nd, 1911. -
Receipts.
Oq hand as, per last- re
port, $25, 919.15'j
Received f ronx Sheriff Show and
Li$. Lie 299.25
" f w sale of coyote hides 2.85
" 4 school taxes, 21.38
" 4k 220.38
c " Road taxes 19.00'
mm
Pers. prbp taxes,
1911 10,07'
tl 4 Co. Recorder,
School Land Rental 204.00'
- " Recording and filingv88r25,
k Tax Collector, taxes,
19U, 363.59
u Monico Garcia,
School Supt. ExM F., 6.00
" u Tax collector, taxes
1911, 1 6843.75
Total receipts, $34,172.97
Disbursements
Paid out of the Expense Fund
Inc. C. O. & Jur. Cert.. $2,100.51
" " Road Fund 2,632.05
l "Salary Fund 2,497. 5(1
41 " General School Fund 87.50
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District School Funds.
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