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ST. JOHNS HERALD
ST. JOHNS HERALD
AND APACHE NEWS
J. W. Waite, Publisher
eaterod In the Pot Office t St. Johns, Arizona
aa Second ClataMaJI Matter.
tPBned every Thursday. Subscription
price $1.50 a year, in advance
Judge Superior Court - S. Gibbons
i Joy B. Patterson,
Supervisors. Joseph Udall
p S Burr W. Pcrter.
' B. Y. Peterson, Clerk.
Sheriff - - - John E. Eagar
Clerk. SuDerior Court, Levi S. Udall
Recorder . -Treasurer
Co. Supt Health
G. E. Greer
Viola M. Overson
Benj. Brown. Jr
A. E. Thurber
Nancy L. Gibbons
Dr. T. J. Bouldin
W. A. Saunders
John H. Udall
Dec. 21, 1922
Notice For Publication
DEPARTMENT OF T&E INTERIOR, .
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
November 25, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that Walter
Thorn, of Blue, Arizona, who, on
October 11, 1917, made nomesujau
try, No. 036235, for H.E. S. 592 (H. E.
036235) a tract of land described by
metes and bounds as follows: Begin--ning
at Corner No. 1. from whence U.
S. L. M. 504 H. E. S. bears N. 44 deg.
24 min. W.. 60.10 chains;
Whence S. 47 deg. 40 min. E., 29.66
chains to Corner No. 2;
thence S. 49 deg. 16 min. W., 16.64
chains to Corner No. 3;
thence S. 50 deg. 21 min. W 27.25
chains to Corner No. 4;
thence N. 25 deg. 30 min. W., 28.26
chains to Corner No. 5;
thence N. 46 deg. 21 min. E., 32.8
chains to Cornor No. 1, the place of
beginning, containing 109.08 Acres m
Section 9 unsurveyed T. 4-N., R. 30-E.,
and Section 16 unsurveyed T. 4-N., R.
30-E., G & S. R. B. & M., Apache
National Forest, has filed notice of in
tention to make Three Year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above des
cribed, before Levi S. Udall, Clerk of
the Superior Court, at St. Johns, Ari
zona, on the 9th day of January 1923.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William C. Martin, Cliff Martin,
Willliam T. Johnson, Pleas Hale, all of
JOHN R. TOWLES,
ODD IDEAS OF COURTESY
Rather Hard to Explain Why They
Exist, but Almust Every One
Will Recognize Them
For some reason or other we seem
to feel that we are conferring more
honor and respect on the person
vm address if we use the third per
son in addressing him than if we
use the second person. Thus the
Spaniard when he wishes to speak
politely says something that origin
ally means will your honor do thus
and so on. when he means will you
do thus and so on, and he says win
he put on his hat when he means
will you put on your hat. The Ger
man never uses the familiar you
when addressing anyone but in
timates, and says, How are they?"
when he means "How are you?" j
And even we who use the English
language have discarded the old
fashioned "thou" and use the plural
"you," apparently with the feeling
that it is more courteous to consider
the individual whom we address as !
more than one person than as a
single individual. The French still
ive their 'tu and toi" in family
conversation, but to strangers they
still use the plural "vous." New
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tions in connection with the iden- j
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sing all the features and detail of.
the smaller instrument, as well as
some additional adjustments, this
special microscope has a number of
distinct advantages in studying
finger prints, bloodstains, hairs and
fibers, bullets, handwriting speci
mens and other clews such as are
used in the scientific detection of
criminals. One of the main fea
tures is the ten-inch-diameter eye
piece which permits five persons to
view the specimen at the same time.
This field of vision, combined with
the unusual range- and degree of
magnification, which can be varied
'from two to 5,000 diameters, makes
it possible to examine several objects
in minute detail' simultaneously.
Some idea of the instrument's size
can be realized from the principal
dimensions, for the height is six
feet four inches, length of barrel
thirty-four inches and circumference
of barrel fifty-four inches.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
the Mother's Favorite.
The soothing: and healing prop
erties of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, its pleasant taste and
brompt and effectual cures have
made it a favorite with people
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ren for colds, croup and whoop
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List 3-4525 4-354 a
PESTOKATION TO ENTRY
OF LANDS IN NATIONAL
FOREST Notice i s h e r e b y
given that the lands described be
low, embracing 160 acres, within
the Apache National Forest, Ari
zona, will be subject to settle
ment and entry under the pro
visions of the homestead laws of
the United States and the act of
June 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at
the United States land off ice at
Phoenix, Arizona, on April 3,
1923 by any qualified person,
except that for a period of 90
days prior to said date, the land
will be subject to a preference
right of ex-service men of the
War with Germany. Such ex-
service men, in order to avail j
themselves of their preference!
rights, must file their applications
on or after December 14. 1922 but!
prior to April 3, 1923. All such'
applications filed on or after1
December 14, 1922 but prior toi
January 3, 1923 will be treated as
simultaneously filed at 9 a. m. on
January 3, 1923. All such appli
cations filed on or after January
3, 1923 but prior to April 3, 1923
will be treated in the order in
Applications may be filed by
the general public within 20 days
prior to April 3, 1923 and will be
treated as simultaneously filed at
9 a. m. oh April 3, 1923.
SWi NE1; Si NWi, NW
NW1. Sec. 11, T.7N., R. 30 E.,
G. & S. R. M., containing 160
acres. Listed without applicant,
November 16. 1922.
I Geo. R. Wickham.
Assistant Commissioner of the
' General Land Office.
ANNUAL REPORT OF WATER USERS ASSOCIATION
Report of the Receipts and Disbursements from the Water Users Association
for the period January 1st, 1922 to December 15th, 1922, and Budget for the
St. Johns, Arizona, Dec. 15th, 1922
Hon. AndrewS. Gibbons, Judge
Superior Court, Apache County, Arizona.
DEAR SIR: It is my pleasure to hand you herewith a report of the re
ceipts and disbursements, and budget, of the Water User's Association cover
ing the calendar year 1922.
Balance on hand January 1st, 1922: :
Funds on hand from previous season 1 $ 277.95
Portion of lew for 1922 season collected 1L 644.15
Balance in Bank January 1st, 1922 '
Collected on levy for 1922 season -
Paid Water Commissioner (Connor Trammell) for
117 days service at $5.00 per day $ 585.00
Expenses of Water Commissioner 279.58
Printing Court's car hire, and expense.,. .j 122.96
Secretary's Annual allowance 25.00
Expense installing weir and read.ng measurements
below Lpman Dam - 116.62
Balance on hand to credit of Fund in the M. & S, G.
Bank December 15th, 1922
Grand Total Disbursement
Back assessment delinquent and unpaid December 15th. 1922:,
. 1918 levy $ 3.00
. 1919 and 1920 levies none
1921 levy .' - 6.66
Total delinquent $9.66
BUDGET AND LEVY FOR SEASON OF 1923
Estimated expense for the season of 1923 $2000.00
Assessment levied on;
12594 Acres at 10c per acre $ 1259.40
54654 Acre feet reservoir capacity at .00762. per acre feet ' 415.36
Balance on hand in M & S. G. Bank on Dec. 15th, 1922. 387.00
Total. $ 2061,76
Notices of 1923 assessment mailed December 1st, 1922, due at once, with
5 penalty added if not paid prior to January, 1st. 1923. A, portion of this
assessment has been collected to date but is not included in above balance on
All books and records are posted to date and the same are open at all
times to the Inspection of the Water Users,
i Respectfully Submitted,
LEVI S. UDALL,
Olerk. Superior Court, and Secretary-Treasurer
Water Users Association.
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Our store is stocked with goods suitable as gifts, and
all kinds of seasonable Goods at right Prices.
Fresh stock of ail kinds of dried fruit, and every
thing needed for the Xmas cake.
Anderson Mercantile Company
St. Johns, Arizona
St. Christopher is the French
motorist's patron saint, and several
hundred cars from all parts of
France defiled before the statue of
the saint of St. Christophe-le-Jagolet,
in Normandy, the other day, each
as it passed being blessed by the
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It is not required that a person should have a
large bulk of business in order to open an account.
Professiona men, farmers, and many women
are running checking accounts: If you have
never done business in this way and are not famil
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Merchants & Stock Growers
St. Johns, Arizona
' The Best of Them Burn
1 Even the car in the finest home garage is never
1 safe from a real danger of fire. You insure your
home but how many people neglect to have a
1 policy written covering both car and garage. As
a matter of fact the majority of garages are not
even of fire resistive construction and the oil,
gasoline and electric wiring in the car form a
5 dangerous fire hazard.
Make a memo now to Telephone
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5 St. Johns, Arizona
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