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ST. JOHNS HERALD
AND APACHE NEWS
WAITE BROS., Publither.
Geo. EL Waite . - Business Manager
J. W. Waite, Awitant " "
Entered in the Post Office at St. Johns, Arizona,
as Second Class Mail Matter.
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OFFICIAL PPER OF APACHE COUNTY
March 29, 1917. '
WHEN PA IS SICK.
When Pa is sick he's scared to
An Ma an us just holds our
He crawls in bed and puffs and
And does all kinds of crazy stunts.
He wants 'Doc' Brown an' mighty
For when Pa's ill he's mighty
He gasps and groans, an' sorto'
He talks so queer an' rolls his
Ma jumps an' runs, an' all of us,
An' all the house is in a fuss.
An' peace an' joy is mighty
When Pa is sick, it's something
Winslow Mail: The grand jury
in Gila- county have reported to
the court the result of their. in
vestigation into the reckless ex
penditures of the money derived
from a road bond issue by the
board of supervisors, and after
censuring the board make the re
quest that their resignations be
demanded, and in the event of
their refusal to resign that recall
proceedings be instituted. The
trouble with all the road bond is
sues lies in the fact that the ex
tra large sum made available for
improving the roads is very liable
to be squandered without giving
the people adequate return for
A Severe case of small pox was
discovered in Winslow last Mon
day. Mrs. Lucia Gonzales, who
lives on the south side, called to
see her doctor regarding the in
flamed condition of her face, and
it was at once pronounced as
small pox. She was immediately
placed in quarantine, and prompt
step3 were taken to stamp out
any spread of the disease. Wins
Wiiy That Lame BacK?
That morning lameness those
sharp pains when bending or lift
ing, make workahurden and rest
impossible. Don't .be handicap
ped by a bad back look to your
kidneys. You will make no mis
take by following this Tucson res
Mrs C. J. Baughn, 617 S., Third
Ave., Tucson, Ariz., says: I suf
fered a great deal from my back,
mostly when I was on my feet.
My kidneys didn't act right and
caused me no end of trouble. I
tried a great many medicines,
but could see no change until I
used Doan's Kidney Pills. They
fixed me up all right, benefiting
my system and helping me in
every way. Price 50c, at all deal
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PROPOSALS FOR BIDS.
Sealed proposals will be received
up to 12 o'clock, noon, on Wed
nesday, the 18th day of April,
1917, at the office of the clerk of
the board of supervisors, St.
Johns, Arizona for the erection
and completion of a two-story
court house and jail building for
Apache County, Arizona; all to
be in accordance with plans, spec
ifications and details furnished
by Trost & Trost, architects, El
Paso, Texas, and Tucson, Ariz.
Copies of the plans and specifi
cations are now on file at the of
fice of the clerk of the board of
supervisors, St. Johns,-Arizona,
and the offices of Trost & Trost,
architects, El Paso, Texas And
Tucson, Arizona. Contractors
wishing to secure a copy of the
plans, specifications and details
may do so by depositing a certi
fied check in the sum of $25.00
with Levi S Udall, clerk of the
board of supervisors, same made
payable to him or his order, which
will be returned provided the
plans secured are returned to
him within 15 days from the date
of sending. Unless they are so
returned said check to be forfeit
ed and proceeds to be used for
securing another copy from the
Above proposals to be sealed
and addressed and delivered to
Levi S Udall, clerk of the board
of supervisors, St. Johns, Arizo
na, on or before the above date
and Jiour. . Each bid must be ac
companied by a certified check
for two thousand dollars condi
tioned upon the bidder's furnish
ing a good and sufficient bond in
the amount of twenty-five thous
and dollars and entering into a
contract within 20 days from the
acceptance of the bid.
The board of supervisors re
serve the right to reject any or
all bids Each bidder is request
ed to state, in connection with his
bid, the time within which he
will complete the building after
the completion of the contract.
Dated at St Johns, Arizona, this
sixth day of March, 1917
Attest: Levi S Udall, Clerk
Hang out the flag. There are
no parties, no hyphens, no divis
ions. We're all AMERICANS,
citizens of the United States of
A Billious Attack.
When you have a billious attack
your liver fails to perform its
functions. You become consti
pated. The food you eat ferments
in your stomach instead of digest
ing, mis mnames tne stomach
and causes nsusea, vomiting and
a terrible headache. Take Cham
berlain's Tablets. They will tone
up your liver, clean out your
stomach and you will soon be as
well as ever. They only cost a
STATE OF ARIZONA.
OFFICE OF THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STATE OF ARIZONA. )
The Arizona Corporation Com
mission does hereby certify that
the annexed is a true and complete
transcript of the
ARTICLES Of INCORPORATION
which was filed in the office of
said Arizona Corporation Com
mission on the 11th day of Sep
tember A. D. 1916, at 10:00 o'clock
a. m., as provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof, The
Arizona Corporation Commission,
by its Chairman, has hereunto set
its hands and affixed its Official
Seal. Done at the City of Phoe
nix, the Capitol, this 13th day of
September A. D. 1916.
F. A. Jones, Chairman.
W. N. Sangster,
Know all men by these pres
ents: That, at a special meeting
of the stockholders of the Becker s
Transcontinental Garage Compa
ny after due notice had been giv
en, as provided by law, by an af
firmative vote of the issued and
outstanding stock, Articlei'III of
the Articles of Incorporation of
said company was amended to
read as follows:
"The amount of capital stock of
this corporation is fifteen thous
and dollars ($15,000), divided in
to one hundred fifty shares of the
par valup of one hundred (100)
dollars per share; said stock shall
beispued fully paid and non-as-sessablei
upon, such terms and
conditiopsas the Board of Direc
tors may determine and prescribe,
and the Whole or apy part of the
stock of this corporation may- be
issued and exchanged for cash,
property, contracts, services or
other benefits accruing to this
company, as in the judgement of
the Board of Directors may be
determined to be for the best in
terests of the corporation; and in
the absence of actual fraud in the
transaction the judgement of the
board of directors as to value of
any such property, either real or
personal, contracts, services, or
benefits, shall be conclusive and
shall bind all parties in interest."
In witness whereof, the pres
ident of the company has hereun
to set his hand and affiixed the
corporate seal of the company
this third day of June, A, D. 1916.
J. W. BECKER, . ,
State of Arizona,
County of Attache
On this. 3rd day of June, A. D.
1916, before me personally ap
peared GUSTAV BECKER, Pres.
ident, and J. W- BECKER, Sec
retary of Becker's Transconti
nental Garage Company, to me
known to be the persons whose
names are subscribed to the fore
going certificate increasing the
capital stock of the said corpora
tion: and thev did. each for him
self, and not one for the other,
state that said act had been rati
fied at a meeting: of the Board of
Directors, at which there were a
majority present, held this third
day of June, A. D. 1916, as shown
by the minutes of said corpora
tion. In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed
my official seal this the day and
year last above mentioned.
( W. R. HAMMEL,
Notary Public, Apache
My commission expires January
Filed in the office of the Arizo-
Information concerning Government land
promptly furnished. Guaranteed scrip for sale,
contests conducted, plats furnished, school land
leases procured, Forest Reserve matters adjusted,
mineral lands patented, water, reservoir and
rights of way applications prepared.
Ten years With General Land
Office, Washington, D. C. and
HAMPTON S- ARNOLD,
na Corporation Commission this
at 10:00 a. m. at request of Beck
er Mercantile Co., whose post of
fice address is Springerville, Ari
zona. Arizona Corporation Commission,
By F. A. Jones, Chairman,
Recorded at the request of"
Becker Merc. Co., Sept. 18, 1916
at 1 p. m. and duly recorded at
Book No. 1 of A. of Inc. page 159.
Records of Apache County, Ari
Ethel Greer, County Recorder
Nelson and Sons X
J All kinds of building materials, rough and
finished lumber, lath, shingles, moldings or
anything in the lumber line.
C ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED
Parties wishing anything in our line will do
well to call on us or write to
H. NELSON, Managers
$ Greer, Arizona
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