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title: 'St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, October 19, 1911, Image 2',
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pffiice of the Board of Supervi
sors. , "October 2nd. 1911.
The following: road claims
were examined, approved and or
dered paid out of the Road Fund:
H. J. Slade. road, work, $ 25-00
P. D. Whitaker, work, l2.oo
N. Chavez, road work, 8.00
A. & B. Schuster, supplie, 58.29
David Eagar, road work 12. 00
W. W.JUmd, - ' 33.00
Marion Lund, ' 20 00
W. W. Eagar, - . , 69. 00
Poncho Pena, 12.00
Juan Baca, 26. 00
Benj. Burgess, ; 3.00
W. W. Lund, . 12 00
H. J. blade, ' . 1 14.00
Harry Udall, "e.oo
Ben Rlncher, ' ' ,3.00
R. Hamblin,. . . 3.00
Karl Eagar, 25.50
Ellis Lund, 40, 00
B. Pearson, 9.00
L. R. Gibbons, 34. 00
Georg-e Jar vis, 5.00
Julian Serna. ass'nd w.ork. 6,00
Andelesio Ortega, asgn'd w. 6.00
H. L- Marble, roadwork, 13 50
Bictoriano Ribera, as'gd w., 47. 00
Jose Valerchv - -' - -Theo
Gavino Martinez, bridge w.
( JbJmer Mineer, ;
HrW. Heap, :
Alej, Jaramillo, asng'd b..wP 17.50
Apache Lumber Co,, lumber 67.20 1
iSabino Ulibari, bridge w., 8.00
Solomon Duran, , 5.00
Martin Samora, 5.pb
Felipe Jaramillo, 2,oo
ivaristo Silva, road work.
v icente Miya, asn'ord r. w. 47.oo
Martin Jensen, survey, road, 7i50
John Earlr asrTgd r. work, IO.00
Carl Mineer, bridge work, 8. 00
Andres Mascareno as?gd r.w 4;oo
Marcos Sanchez, 4.00
Jefferson Slade, 32. 00
l?elicito Montoya, 4.00
Jose Salazar, 42, 00
Kliso Mascareno, 47, 00
Eulalio Baca, y.oo
Pabrocino Jaramillo, lO.oo
Manuel Salazar, ,42.50
h-loy Salazar, 25. 00
Michael Hale, 6.00
Saml Hill Hdw Co. m'eh bits 24. 00
Henry Marshall, bridge w. 17. 00
The Board now adjourned till
Tuesday, Get. 3d, 1911
Joseph Udall, Chairman.
Attest: O. D. Gallegos, Clerk.
(Continued next week)
Mr. George Wllhelm was in
town this week on busuiss from
his ranch on the Mineral, where
he has his cattle located for the
Jirst. Cabman What did you
charge that cove for driving him
around to the hotel?
Second Cabman I charged him
two shillings and ninepencp half
penny. First Cabman Two shillings and
ninepence halfpenny? That's a
queer figure. Why didn't you make
it ah even three hob ? '
Second Cabman : Because two
shillings and ninepence halfpenny
was all he had! London Telegraph.
Viewpoint of Office Boy.
"Is the editor in?" asked the
man with' the unbarbered hair and
shinv coat as he fished a roll of pa- I
v. , . . . r
per Trom nis pocKet.
5No," replied the office boy. "He
has just gon out.4
"This is the third time I've called
to see him," growled the- caller,
"and each time you have told me
he has just gone out. What's the
"I don't know," answered the o.
b "but 1 guess he must have been
born under a lucky star' Chicago
Travels of the Blood.
The mileage of the blood circula
tion reveals some astonishing facts.
It has been calculated, for instance,
that, assuming the heart to beat
sixty-nine times a minute at ordi
nary pressure, thte blood goes at the
rate of 206 yards in a minute, or
nine miles an hour, 22? miles a day
and 80,000 miles a year; -
If a man eighty-four years old
could have but one single blood cor
puscle floating in his blood all, his
life it would have traveled in that
time nearly 7,000,000 miles.Chi-
.cago Tribune. ' -
The curly haired little sprite 0?
the house came running to her
father in the study and, throwing
her arms about his neck, whispered
confidentially in his ear:
"Oh, papa, it's raining!"
Papa was writing on a subject
that occupied his mind to the exclu
sion of matters aside, so he said,
rather sharply, "Well, let it rain." '
"Yes. papa; I was going to," was
her quick response. Harper's. -
FOR SA.LE-T wen ty.. acres of
land, one mile east of Spring
erville, worth $12.00 an acre
will sell for $6.00 an acre if
taken at once. Northern
Arizona Heal Estate and In
vestment Co., Ove E. Oyer
BIG MONEY We want an
agent in every town; salary and
Commission; references required;
for full particulars, address Sub
scription Dept., NATIONAL
SPORTSMAN, Inc., 75 Federal
St., Boston, Mass.
FOR SALE-Four excep
tionally fine residence lots in
the.center of the "New St.
Johns' at a bargain. See Ove
zona; Real Estate and Invest
meri t Go. .
Fresh Beef and
WE SELL CtfOICF BEEF
on foot or ready to cook
UO BROS., PrpRi
BREAD, PIES, CAKES,
AT ALL TIMES
OPEN ALL THE TIME
S. C. CAKRTLLO BLDG.
St. Johns, g Arizona
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office ftt Phoenix, Arizona,
September 16, lull.
' NOTICE is hereby given that John D
Yates of StJ Johns, Ariz., who on July IS, 1910,
made Desert Land. Declaration. No. 011743, for
Lots 4, u, fi,7, E 1-2 SWi. Sec. 6.T.8N.R 29 E.
Lot 1. SE, NE 1-4. Sec. 1, Township 8N..R 28
E. G. & S. R. B. & M has ftlea notice at inten
on to make Final Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before Monico
Garcia, Clerk oi the Probate Court, at Sc. JohnT
Arizona, on the 30th 'ay of October, 1911,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Thfnuas Phelps, of S ringervilh. Arizona,'
James B. Arnold o St. Johns .Arizona.
Percy Covington, of St. Johns, Arizona.
B, L. Wahl, of Springeville, Arizona,
Frank"H. Parker, .
21-9-1 L: 19-10, 11 J
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate Paulita-P. Ortega de
ceased. NOTICE is hereby griven by
the undersigned. Administrator
of the Estate of Paulita P. Ortega
deceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having claims against
the said, deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vou
chers, within three months after
the first publication of this notice
to the' said Administrator at
Concho Apache County, Arizona,
the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said
estate, in said County of Apache.
A. B. Candelaria, Administrator
of Paulita P. Ortega deceased.
Dated at St. Johns, this 28 day
of September 1911.
(5-10, 26-10, 11 :
LET US PRINT YOUR
Is none too good for YOU.
We do the BEST JOB PRINT
ING in town."
GIVE US YOUR ORDER.
Some papers advertise it.
We know it would hurt?
the home trade.
We would rather have the
ads. of local merchants.
FETCH THEM IN !
LET US DO YOUR