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title: 'St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, January 16, 1913, Image 5',
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OP LANDS IN NATIONAL
Notice is hereby given that the
Jands described below, embracing
196.30 acres, within the Apache
National Forest, Arizona, will be
sutiject to settlement and entry
under the provisions of the home
stead laws of thr United States
and the act of June 11, 190b (34
Stat., 233), at the United States
land office at Phoenix, Arizona,
on March 17, f9l3. Any settler
who was actually and in good
faith claiming any. of said lands
for agricultural purposes prior to
January 1, 1906. ani has not
abandoned same, has a preference
right to make a homestead entry
for the lunds actually occupied.
Said lands were listted upon the
applications of the persons men
tioned below, who have a prefer
ence right subject to the prior
right ot any such settler, provid
ed such settler or applicant is
qualified to make homestead entry
and the preference right is exer
cised pri-r to March 17, 1913, on
which date the lands will be sub
ject to settlement and entry by
any qualified person. The lands
are as follows: A tract of 17.30
acres within Se:s. 12 and 13, T.
6 N., R.29E G & S. R. M,
described by metes and hounds as
follows: Beginning at corner No.
, l,a sandstone marked H-l whence
1 the northeast corner of said Sec
13 hears N. 6 chains and E 20
chains: extending thence N., 88
(leg. W 7 chains; thence N. 71
fieg W. 10 chains; thence N. 60
deg W. 23 37 chains: thence S.
39 deg W. 3.7 chains; thence S
51 deg. E. 6 chains; thence S. 75
der. E. 11.18 chains; thence S. 54
dejr. E 26.17 chains; thence N.
14 deg. E. 10 chains to corner
No. 1. the place of beginning.
Said tract was listed upon the
application of Oliver Banta, Nu
trioso, Arizona; List 3-1706. A
tract of 72.30 acres within Sees.
17 and 20, T. 5 N., R 31 E., de
scribed by metes and bounds as
follows: Bejrinning: at corner
No. 1. a sandstone marked H 1,
whence the southwest corner of
said Sec. 17 bears W. 37 chains;
extending thence S 31 deg. 12
chains; thence N. 78 deg E. 2
chains; thence S. 29 deg. E- ,8
chains; thence S, 15 deg. V. 12
chains; thence S. 58 deg. W. 3
chains; thence N. 73 deg. W 3.44
chains; thence N. 42 deg. VV. 12.72
chains; thence S 32 deg. W. 8
chains; thence S. 83 deg. E. 6
chains; thence S. 27 deg. E. 7.90
chains; thence S, 2 deg. E. 3.30
chains; thence S. 68 deg. E. 15
chains; thence N. 62 deg. E 8-50
chains; thence N. 38 deg. W- 13
chains; thence N. 17 deg. E- 9
chains; thence N. 31 deg . W. 26
chains; thence N. 10 deg-. W. 10
chains; thence N. 33 deg. E. 3
chains; thence N 20 chains
thence N. 88 deg. VV. 14 chains;
thence S. 17 chains; thence S. 78
deg. E 7 chains; thence S 13 dej.
E. 17.75 chains to corner No 1.
the place ot beginning. Said
tract was listed upon the applica
tion of I. Emery Burk, Alpine,
Arizona; List 3-1760. The SE .
of SE of SWi of SEX Sec 11,
the E of NE of NW of NE
M, the S 1-2 of SE 1-4 of N VV
1-4 of NS 1-4, the E 1-2 of NE
1-4 of SW 1-4 of NE 1-4, the E
1-2 of SE1-4 of SW 1-4 of NE 1-4,
the SW 1-4 of SE 1-4 of SW 1-4
of NE 1-4, the SE 1-4 of SW 1-4
of SW 1-4 of NE 1-4, the W 1-2
of NW 1-4 of NE 1-4 of NE 1-4,
the N 1-2 of SW 1-4 of NE 1-4 of
NEi, and the SE 1-4 of N W 1-4 of
NE 1-4 of NE 1-4, Sec. 14, T.4N,
H. 28 E., containing 40 acres, ap
plication of Glen C Bockoven,
Springerville, Arizona; List
3-1802. A tract of 66.7 acres with
in Sees. 34 and 35, T. 5 N. R. 31 E.,
described by rnetes and bounds as
follows: Beginning at,corner No.
1, a malpais rock marked H-l,
whence the southeast corner of
' said Sec. 34 bears S. 30 chains;
extending thence S. 74 deg. E.
6.66 chains; thence N. 15 deg. E.
40 chains; thence N. 37 deg. W.
11 chains; thenee S. 3 deg. W. 14
chains; thence s. 17 deg. W. 12
chains; thence N. 38 deg. W. 17
chains: thence N. 30 deg. W. 19
chains; thence 5. 38 deg. W. 13
chains; thence S. 66 deg. E. 10
! chains, thence S. 18 deg. E- 34
i chains; thence B. 16 deg. E- 4.25
chains to corner No. 1, the place
of beginning. Said tract was list
ed upon the application of VV. E.
Baldwin, Luna, New Mexico;
List 3-1824. Approved, December
19, 1912, S. V. Prdudfit, Assist
ant Commissioner of the General
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At Christensen's Blacksmith Shop,
Office of Board of Supervisors,
Sc. Johns, Apache County, Ariz.
January 6, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to Section 11 of Chapter 61
of the Session Laws of Arizona
of 1912. the Board of Supervis
or of Apach County, Arizona,
intends, at their next regular
meeting to be held Monday, Feb
ruary 3rd,, 1913, to grant a fran
chise to the LITTLE COLORA
DO LIGHT & POWER CCX, for
the building and Operating of
Electric power and distributing
lines along certain County Roads
of Apache Countr and through
the streets of St. Johns, in said
"Witness our hands and the
r -ieal of Apache Count f
Lsbau this 7th day of Januaryj A.
Theo. Lopez,' J. R. Armijo,
WE SELL THE CHOICEST
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WILL PAY TOP PRICES FOR FAT
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St. Johns, Arizona.
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