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- " TERRITORIAL . '.rcrnn f O. Mttrnhy Phoinix -SeckKTAKv f1- ir- AVer- Pbenix. nntnpvp . '. .. T W.,.Peinbertou Phrenlx lup pna rvrr's -.It. L Long Pbcgnix. .... G. W. VtcKera Prcsrott lrmsNrv Okx.- C F Ainworth Phrenixi AWT. QofTJixT. K. Allyn J.em. ...Phoenix. '-"' " SUPREME COURT iVkbbteb STnKCT. Chief Jutjce Phcenlx. v K. Ixvrs. Associate Justice ......Tucson. f. yi Do ax, Associate Jnxtice.. ..-Florence. R. E. 81.OAV. Associate Justice. Prescott J.K. Vorbisov, IJ.S.Dlst. Mtorney, FrePOtt. W. V. RirnTK, 0. S. Marshal . . . . .Globe. - 'COUNTY OFFICIOS. , f A. V, Gibbon y - - i j Chairan. teF8orKris6B8L. Ji Brown. Benign" Lopez. U.T . Patterion.Clorfc lnarterlyiseetInK8ofthp Board will he held If irr Monday in Jam, April, Julynnd Oct. Unsnrr. .Edward Berier. District Attorney Alfred Ruiz Rstordkc : . . . J. T. Patterson ruBARORER Ben. Schuster Jnnnr. of TtiR DxsTaiCTCocT....R.E Floan FaOBATR It'DOE JOnn i iiugac Clkrk op Cobrt. J$nJ,HSfw" Term of the District Court, third Monday April and the first Monday in October, Mr. and Mrs. -J. R- Arraijo went on a visit to . friends at Sprhiger- ville, Sunday, and a'fter vi. very pleasant Btay", returned Wednesday. And Jake may now be found at his place of business, the same jolly man with an eye to bueiness. THE HERALD is kept n fije at the of fice of the Cuktis-Newhall'Auvertis-ixa Co., 223 W. Second 3 1., LosAimel es.Cal. They place advertising in pub lications aH-oVef the worldi ' If troubled with rheumatism, give Gliamberlain'g Pain-Balm a trial. It will not cost you a cent if it doe? you no good. One appli cation will relieve the pain, it al so" cures. sprains and bauises in one third the time required by any oth er treatment. . Cuts, burriR, frost bites, quinsey, painfl in the side and chest, glandular and other BwellingB are cured bv applying it. Everv bottle warranted. Price. 25 and 50 cts. St. 'John Drug Co. While D. P. Oversow was out on the mountains last week in compa ny with others after loads of wool, he met with the misfortune of bad ly dislocating his left wrist; but he and his comrades went heroicallv to work and performed an artistic piece of surges in resetting the joint, so that now while he can't yet wield a sledge hamnior he is gelling along finely. Local Ne s of the Week. Notary Public at Hernld office. tC Laundry agency at the Herald's v . - Mrs. Montano left Friday morn-ing-for Phoenix where she will re-side. i Dr. Johnson left Wednesday for Springervillo where he -wilLremain during thesmniner, spending part of his time in a mountain outing and fishing tour. The who com munity regrets to part with doctor Johnson, as he is a skillful and successful up-to date physician and surgeon of large experience. S Perkins wants tonvr,ilaypji P up for insurance in the Mntua'l Life -- insurance ucunpany. We learn that Patrii;i PeraHa and son Pedro of Cot.cho were very eick, the fore part of the week. ill 3 Mr. Bigelow has inade the Barth i'l hotel ami rosi(3ence look like new W- wherever his artistic hand passed over iu The ancients believed that rheu matism was the work of a demon within a man. Any one who has had an attack of sciatic or inflam matory rheumatism will agree that 1 the infliction is demoniac enough lo warrant me neiiet. It lias nev er been claimed that Ohamberlaju's Pain Balm would cast out demons, biit it will cure rheumatism, and hundreds hear testimony to the truth of this statement. One ap plication relieves the pain, and this quick relief which it affords js alone worth man times its cost. For sale by St. Johns Drug Co.. Honrv Overson is preparing to btuKl a new reside w'e, and is "now Jeiife1""1' fjKPa out the stone for ftlielfouiidiition ''fir'trhe. Catholic church presents a vorv'-neat annearanoo. Messrs Wa'i.te Imve doite an excellent job 6 work thereon. Born to Mrs. Mariano Marez, on Sunday moruing, li fine 12 pound nrl. Dr.' Johisotv reports all the family getting along nicely. Itufus Hogue went to Barrett's ranch Sunday, intending to join in with an outing party on a fishing "eX'rtion" in the mountain streams further south. DON'T MAURY until you have . vfirst bought your supply of wed r ding cards at the Herald offiee, where you'll find, a full stock to Select' from. j Get your piece of smoked glass ilready, arise early, tint later than o'clock, next Monday morning, t&and go to view the eclipse, of tle '-sun. Don't forget it. , .c Mr. and Mrs. David Garcia re : turned home a few days agi). Mrs. . Garcia.spent the winter with rela tives, wjiile Dave looked after his ;. flocks in southern Arizona. Uncle Sam's Census Enumera tors will bo around to see you in a few day j-they begin work, June 1st and everything you tell them the' are compelled to knep secret. W. 0. IIowe?s genial smile was a feature to be seen oh the face of a welcome guest who sat with his feet under the Herald's table at the noon lunch, Monday. There is not a thing in the above statement in tended to insinuate that Mr. Howe ever puts his feet on the table as lie sits at the lunch table to eat. Miss Orpha Perkins, sister of the Herald's business manager, arrived here, Saturday, on a visit to her brother and to see Western life as it may be seen in northern Arizona, where the best all the year-round climate in the world is to 1)6 had. Miss PerkinB is a teacher of recog nized high standard of ability in her Kentucky home, and .lias had much success in school work. She is favorably impressed with the country, but strange to sa' failed to enjoy the 70 mile ride from Hol STRAY HORSES. We are informed by Hon. J. L. Hubbell of Ganado, Ariz, that he is holding two stray horses at his place; the Navajos having brought them in on the 19th of May. He describes them thus: "One black with two white feet. The" other a bay with a white hind foot. Both branded as follows: l ne urana on toe uincic norse is not very plain. The horses weigh about one thousand pounds each." NOTICE eg: Of Voters ST JOHNS, ARIZONA, April 12. 1000. It is ordered by he Board of Supervisors that d re-registration of the Voters of Armi-he oun ty, be maao for they ar and the County j Recor ler, prepan- a Gn-ai Kepisfer, and publish I the required Net'ce of such Registration in the St. Johns Herald. John T . Patterson, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. $2,000 Antonio Armijo, a typo who got into Ben FranklinV footprints here in the days of Wallace and Soott, set tvpe and run the machinery of this A No. 1 weekly newspaper last week, ;md showed his 'prentice hand like one verily acquainted with the .Old Mnaters who taught in the schools of the Art Preserva tive. 'Tonio intends going to Ga nado, the 28th, to enter-in upon his duties as salesman in the Indian trading post of the Hon. J. L. Hub bell, at that place. .CATARRH OF THE STOMACH Is essentially a chronic disease. Ther Is an inflammation of the' inner coating of lbs stomach. A thick ropy mucus forms and this causes the more pronounced aymptoms. 11 re mains In the stomach and de composes. Then of course digestion caxmot be proper ly performd. The liver also becomes involved and in a "weii marked case the symptoms are most fcere. great "vetretable remedy HU'Dl'AN neyer falls' to ef fect a cure. HUD YAN can be had of all druggists for 50c per pack age, when you have used Hut?' YAN tell your friends abcut its effects. They also wish to be cured. StudTy your symptoms carefully from this" chart. Each number represents a symptom or a group of symptoms. You' have the symptoms. Use HUDYAN and they will disappear. Don't tvalt any longer. Cancer of the stomach often has Its beginning in a severe case of catarrh of the stomach. T3E SYMPTOMS ABE: 1. BILIOUS HEADAGIIE ThfR ! nnn pronounced in the morning, though usual- ! ly occurrins at freauent Intervals through ' the day. HUDYAN vill relieve the head- ache. ... . .- I 2-3. RED AND WATER, Y J3YES HUD- t The above ipontior.crt sum will Via gl,ve:i for YAN will cause the redness tcf disappear ' the arrest of the nrirdorc s of frank Levjeur and make the eyes assume thetr-Tiormal ,, ... , ' , . j 1 healthy appearance. - and Gus G,b OI,s; the dL'e 1 was do"e about 25 4. COATED TONGUE AND FOETID miles Northeast of St John-. Apache Countv, BREATH AND BAD TASTE IN THE Arizona, about five 6'ckck P. 51.. March 27th MOUTH K. UD YAN will clear the tongue. 1930 - make the breath pure and sweet and I 3 cause the bad taste to disappear. Th muniertT. nrG. Tom pAtiPhnri iuj 5. PAIN AND TENDERNESS IN THE 1 m"rucrcr arc- Capehait alias STOMACH This Is due to Indigestion. , Hon. who worked for Wabih Uatle Cojnpa HUDYAN will cause the food to become ny. in- Apache Countr, Arizona, a short while perfectly digested and the pain and ten- ;,-ni899. He Is about five feet t n inches tall. & ENLARGEMENT OP THE LIVER 1 weighs about Lo pounds , h s lightly dark AND A FEELING OF HEAVINESS complexion, lark hair and must:ic!:e. had short AND WE IGH T H U D Y AN will lessen the blflclt beard when .last seen, is st..op shouldered congestion, establish a free and perfect .... ,, , , , , . flow of bile and reduce the enlarged liver . but quite well appearing, ha blue eyes, and s to. Its normal, size. of very pleasing address but not very talka- HUDYAN will, relieve .you of the above 1 the, has a peculiar w.yoj duiking his hend sympromB and make you well. Do not - om s!de t0 g.de and a MmB Ume fonvard You" will find full and explicit dlrrctions while he talks, and he usually sra les a grea1 wrapped with each package of HUDYAN. ! deal when talking. Ho Is an expert branch Go to your druggist at once and procure ,;,, . . a package of HUDYAN for 50c. or 6 for ttramer- $2 50. If your druggist does not keep It. Tod Carver, with right fore fngrr ( ff. slender send direct to the : llUJJlAril Kl'-Ml'.liX 1 built, bout five feet tennmd otic half ii:ohis geles. CaL.'and they will send It lo you. high, weighs about 175 ponr.ds, has black eea You can consult the great HUDYAN and mouttache, is ve:y active, but is not ta.ka DOCTORS FREE Do not forget that. tive. He is thought to wear 9 five pad ouo enll nnrt see them or write, as v'ou deal re. ! half boot. Address mama mm Ft Hit fl A mm t m ku HUH IWARD! And Wayside Inn. Concho, Arizona. Whiskies, Beers, Sodas, Ci Jers, Mineral Waters and-Cigarsr Drummers and Traders can get a fine rigi and team fcesre Hay and Grain to sell. Good service, prompt and conrteotrs treatment. GsILoit me. BENIGNO LOPEZ, Proprietor. LORENZ SUPPLY Open how EEADY for BUSLNEJ On East Fork of Black River on, White Mountains. Keeps on hand a complete line of GAMP SUPPLIES, Sheep & Cattlemen's Goods, also, re FULL LINE OF GOOD, DRY STOCK SALT. GRAINFLOUR, &e. WILL iDELITESEfc AT ANY POINT WHERE I CAN RUN A WAGON1. I. O. Allroas: Eagar, AptrcHc Couixiy, As-isosiH- A Priffbtful Blunder Will often catiso a horrible Burn, final1 n TlmScA Tl ..l- !. o Srninn Jos; Karnes visited town this Sr1 v'theb est i n'tbe world, will kill week. Joo i intending, to take si , the pain and promptly heal it. Cures trip lo hit old home in San Patricio countv, TtX.iP, where aa a boy he fought the Gulf Coast Moequitop, run cattle when lie was larger and KtiH later held a lucrative countv office. As he has a fine ranch near here, he will not remain when he goes in the fall but we can't sny whether he'll return alone, for we don't know. I consider it not only a pleasure hut a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell about the wonderful cure ef fected hi my case by the timely use of Chamberlain's Colic, chole ra and Diarrhoea Remedy. I was taken very badly with flux and )rocured a bottle of this remedy. A few dot-'es of it effected a perma nent cure. t take pleasure to rec ommend it toothers suffering from that . dreadful disease. J. W. Lynch',' Dorr, V Va." "This reme dy is sold by St. Johns Drug Co. Old Sores, Fever Sores. Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, ail Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure-, guaranteed. Sold by St. Johns Drug Co. HUDYAH REfOY COMPANY, Ho. 816 South Broadway, Log Angeles, C&L Cor. Stoefcton, Marfct and Bills Sf& in Francisco. Cnl Oaee Enough. Bilkins So j-ou did n't' go to the.mas querade ball? Wilkins No; I made a fool of myself there last season, and I didn't care to risk it again. Jo!s Bhck at IAS Franks, is five feet cigtor nine in hes iu height, h is erv dark eomplex Ion, bla k beard, uud .Lluck eyet, aud weighs about 175 pounds He is very quiet. 'Msck Steen alias Bob Johnson, six feet hlslr wtibd about 180 pounds, is light complexloned vrith light blue eyes, and ry h avy iandy muEis.che, aud is of a vjry quie: an J resvi.ved diiipositiou Also a fifth and unknown ra.".n, who is very dark complexioucd, has blti.-k, straight hair, is lowheay set. .aid is ulso very quiet. It is a well organized baud of five rccn, uu dera tall, nervy leud.r, armed w l h 3t'--0 and W e have opened up a General ITercIumdise Store at Greer, Apaclie Co., Arizona, wliere slieepmen can be supplied with provisions, salt and general supplies at bottom prices ironage. Bilkins Eh? Didn't drink too much, si-iO Wii.chester r.iles ai.d full coiup.emcut of did you? Wilkins No. But when the masks were removed I discoyered that I'd wasted a whole evening and $20 spoon ing with my wife. N. Y. Weekly. a a A Night of Terror. "Awful anxiety was folt for the wid ow of the bravo General Burnham of Six &ht)OttT3. The murderers were headed, for San Juan Kiverin Co or. o. Ti.iy were seen passing through the Naajo Indian Itcs.rvti.m aouut the 15th ot May 19J0. lht-y have i acit outfiit. They have one saddle that is stumped W. P. B. A. Reward of 82,000. will be jriTen for tlie murderers alive The Gazette says that the following are the names slated by the leader of the Hughes delegation: J. M. Murphy, i- it tf' i' " a rr r n i " nndl. Trial bottles free at St. Johns Dr. H. A. Hughes and T. E. Parrisb I v i u h i . .. .1 i , : .1 i ","w""6' "Ms u-i.un or Ueaa: ?:o0. for. euth murderer, olTcred by She could not Mve. till morning' writes Apache Countv; '-5Jofie:cd bv Win. H. G b- Mrs S. H. Lincoln, wno attended herjbon--. ?X) ty j. T. L-sucur; and ?2ol) offered by that fearful night. f A 11 thought she 'Sheriff B-'elJer. Arreat and hula lill I tet ihcm must soon die from Pneumonia, but she I Wi,e VIA Uolbrtolc Anzona. becsed' for Dr.'Ki'nc.s New Discovery All of tho two thousand dollar reward is aavimr it had more than onceeaved her , guaranteed by Apache county, :r.. rflii,,i ,ii,,fi'nn..,mnt;n,. And there are tev ral rewards offered bv ro- uiti iiuu unu tuivu iitJ ui vuiioiiiim'uuii. .... , ,. , . , .. sponsible individuals and c ounlies in New Hex- Aiier inree sraai. uoses sue 8i(h easny i!() wfa ch alQOunt t0 abom thrce tl)0Usand dol. an niun.i, anu us uiriuer uhp. conipieie- jar8 ly cured her.', This marvelous medi cine is guaranteed to cure all Throat, Chest, and Lung Diseases. Only 50c This office is now the proud pos sessor of an artistically made olla. ui handiwork of some Papago fn dian ; and is a present from Dr. II. Reeve Johnson who advises us to Co., and Mr. Stoneman, Gila Co. That Throbbing: Headache Would quickly leave you, if you lined Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their match . less merit for Sick and Nervous Head aches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Trv them. Onlv 25 cts. Money back if not cured. Sold by St. Johns Dm? Co. Gov, Mount or Indiana still refuses to recognize Gov. Beekham'n requisi tions for KpntuckiaiiH who are staying there, waiting for the governorship excitement to abate. GENE HAL Yuma Co. seems to be a bit choleric at the prob.tble Maricopa-Yavapai combine. We would think our demo cratic friends could gather some good pointers on tho value of splits by read ing the Arizona Republican's editorials on the recent Republican Convention. Prospective candidates have a ' " -.fCJ--- - ver3 -stanch friend in Frank Ruiz, -? w4no in nis.peratnouiaun.ns ih nano-ing-out poll tax receipts galore in exchange for the money coming in galore to the county. We enjoyed very much a call at the n-sidenee- of our friend. Judge Anthony Long of Springerville, where we were favorsd with somo fine selections of music by his ac complished daughters. The Kentucky governorship case was dismissed by the U. S. Supreme Court. Chief Justice Fuller gave out an extensive opinion showing that tlie keep our drinking water in the olla : Supreme Court has no jurisdiction in where ii will be cool, according to such cases. Thin opinion was concur- ositraotor EDW. BEELER, Sheriff. St. Joiius, Apache .Co , Arizona. First publication, April' 21, 1SC0. PROCLAMvTIONOE REWARD Territory of Arizona, JSxicutive DLpa tmcnt To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come, Greeting: i SPE2C14EriE9S: tfettinir boilers,. & constructing dipping tanks cisterns and all kid80f CEfiHEftT WORK; erecting and repairing pumps &. windmills. J. PARLEY BIGELOW, ST. JOHNS ARIZONA. India njmnLom. and to take liberal draughts of the fluid whenever we are thirsty. An Epidemic of Whooping Cough. Last winter during an epidemic of whooping cough my children contracted the disease, having se- Spaiu's Greatest Need Mr: R. P. Oli . ia, of Barcelona. Spain spends his winters at Aiken. S. C. Weak nerves hed caused severe pain iu the back of his bead. On using E- r,.r miiKr-hintr c.HQ Wu ,! nu. uirra, Americas grenieav , n . i Blood and Nerve Remedy, all nain soon ed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy left hinu e says this grand medicine rpd in bv a majority of the justices .Tlist irn Hrlwn disgrtlPfl n Jriff-j forcible opinion. Justices Brewer and McKenna also read opinions dissenting in part from Justice Fuller's opinion. Jos. Bargeman, the efficient and popular .under-sheriff of Navajo county, came over from Ilolbrook, Sun.dny. Joe' formerly run cattle in these parts, and has plenty of friends hereabouts. very successfully for croup and nat urally turned to it at that time and found it relieved the cough and ef fected a complete cure. John E. is what his country needs. All Ameri ca knows that It cures liver and kidney trouble, purifies the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim and vigor and new life into every Clifford, Proprietor of Norwood j muscle, nerve and organ of the body. House, Norwood, N. Y. This rem- If weak, tired or ailing yon need it. edv is for hIp 1V St Tflll Brim : ooll,e Kuranieeu, only ou cents. - J "o . Co. :V-H(use. cleaning time has come .and gone, leaving all sorts of reno vated dwellings in its path; and the families that never knew what new mad spell of freakishness it would display while holding high carnival with dirt and microbes,, can once more enjoy a social chat at mealtime. Isaac Barth of St. Johns was a welcome caller at this office today. Mr. Barth is a son of Mr. Mrs. Sol. Barth, .old time and well known residents of Apache countv, and is himself one of the enterprising young men of the county. He is on his way to Phoenix to attend the democratic convention. He says Apache county never was in better condition than at the present time. Journal-Miner. Sold by St. Johns Drug Co. A Montana man has a unique and simple scheme for irrigating arid land, A V-shaped piece of wateproof materi al provided with a ring at the lower end thru which a stake is thrust, holds it to the bottom of the stream, while a pole long enough to reach from bank to hank runs thru a hem at the top, dams the stream and causes an overflow. The Ky. Democrats a ad better Have the euergies they are spending in jubi lations, for the new governor ship race this fall. Two hundred Indians gathered un known to the chief and performed tho rites. The dance lasted seven days. Seven candidates for the place of medicine man underwent severe tests of endurance. Every day the candidates would tor ture themselves. Fire brands were applied to the bare skin until the Jeali-diipjieiJ.rfrom the bpnesGashes were cut on the back and breast. The one who withstood these self-inflicted tortures longest won the position. The new medicine man, Running Coy ote, is almost dead from exertion and torture, and is being tenderly nursed, while the unsuccessful dancers are permitted to recover or die without attention. LITTLE CLASSICS. Whereas, ofllctnl information h?s been receiv ed by this department that Frank T. Leseuer and Gus Gibbons, respected aud pi-actable citizens of the County f Apache, Territory of Arizona, were on the 27th day of March, A.J) 1900 murdered by five men whose names are to ih' anthor:te unknown, and. Wher.as, the sheriffof said county, and his deputies, have made diligent search for tho per petraiors of sa:d crime, without succ.ss: aud Whcreap, it is reported that the fivemu:derera aforetatd, or some of diem, have taken refuge in the mountains of toutheru Arizona, and where they have thus far e vaded arrest: and. Whereas the said raurdjr was unprovoked and most malignant and atroiio-is iu i.s chara cter; and. Whi-roaf, the diligence of the aforesaid .sheriff and his deputies, and all th eir-umstancis of the afoie-iai I crime make the caso a proper o e f.r the exercise of the execu.ive prerogative as ' to offering a public reward for ti;e apprehension ; a d puni hmuntof the criminal?; and. hereas, 1c is be ieveb lhat the offjr of a re ward by thi.s dep rtment will materially aid in br'ugiug the suiJ murderers tj justice; . Now, therefore, I, N O. Muiphy. governor 1 of the Territoiy of Arizona, by viituj of the power and authority in me vtstcd. do hereby offer a reward of Five Hundred Dollars for Hie amst and conviction of the persons ; ho com . Qitiil.thesaid. murJerL Iu testimony wJie.vof, I have hereunto set my hand and ea ised the gretat seal of the territory fSeal.l lobe arlixcdat Ph en:x, the eauitai, this 14th uay ofila;, A. D., U0J. N. O, MJUPIIY By the governor, H R. TKITLK. A'Blstunt Seccetary f Arizona, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE at FRESCO i T. ARIZONA. May 14th. l'JUO. Notice in hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler litis filed notice of Gibbons and Wiltbank, STOCK BRANtS. J. B. PATTERSON. Sheep and woo growe St Johns. Arizona Er ii-.ark on ewes fou re cr p rlht aud. W8vall w fork e t. revi rs- ed i n wether.-s.- Fire V Tarr brand Range, Apa V brand on rump. che coun ty, Ari-ona. J.T St J-hns Arizona Inrmrks Uprerslnfe f ff r chtm-d st a)lw IMk: it led. rlso Lalfa-oea ri- lit ami mbi er iJoDentf; left Keversed a wetlx er-. Irrn brand r. ok so. WABASH CA'I TLE COMPANY. C. 0. Howe, .Manager. Principal business office at Loganspoit, Ind. Ranch address, Navajo Springs Arizona. on left i&vr brand ( ooxawp. llanpr. Apache and Graham CeaLres, WALTER BA2RD. Ranges: Salt Lakes, Seven Springs, Little Colorado rive and Mineral Creek. Cattle and horses branded and marked as per cuts. ItKWARD, I will pay 500. re ward for the arrest aud conviction of any person or persons unlawfully hand ling any stock in tho above brands. P. T COLEMAN, JR. P.O. Address, St Johns, Apache Co., Arizona. Ranee: Cienepa. N. M. Own the following t rands: FX left Mde, Q on left hip & jaw, 0 G ou right hip and on 1'tside, on lisht 25 bip & side. iioraes: U V O on left hip, and fo'lowins brnnds cn geldings: Rtfl left thigh. SLJleft thieh. 71 en left mM bip. C !eft jaw.44- left thigh. KB LLN CREER Post nice, Concho. Ariz Ranee. Little Colorado und ililky Ilollov Apache c-uniy. .Aiixona. Horse Brand, kb on left sliouruer, and sam Main brnnds On horses W slash, oa left tMjli On Cows W slash, on left ribs. 41so runs the following brands: Hor.se Brands, HX bar and DK.oaleifIji fn Uie left hip. Cow Brands. gVTJHra ler. Ma Jgbota sides, JEW bar audS$,r both on leftside. tz3s.l fir- J both side. Range Jlaipids Oap ar.d Salt Lnie. Post oSee. CLneca Amarfllo. X. 2. JUAN CANDELARIA. COXCIIO,AIiIZ. . Brand as cut kept Hp Also own:; the following omnds: Upper slope right aad ,and over bit left Swallow forkleft, circle the right. SANTA NITA CANDELARIA SwaJKr fork left, s I t and upper haX crop tl e rjjht. lar Brwrw." Kane hitc Sfountaias, Vl Apache coiit.tv. Arizona. on left jaw. B, D. 6REER, He who has lost confidence can lose nothing more. Boiste. He is truly great who hath a great character. Thomas a Kempis. Of every noble action the intent is to nis inieinion to make filial proof iu irive worth reward, vice nunishment. 1 ' ami u.at. huiu. CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.! Send your business direct to Wasbiajrtoa saves tknc, costs less, better service. oSza close to V. 3. Fatest 02c9. nKik. ary esamisatloxia ade. Atty'a fee not Cr xakl i is seenrca. ?X3ix&.i. ATX:iXicx civkt is TZXSa ACTUAI. EXPERIENCE. Soci Hois-toottaJaPiteaSi.-tc. feat Use. Pa tenia vrocsred Urroazh S. Q. SLma receive special -notfee, -Kitiooi c&arss. !k a INVENTIVE AGEi illustrated msathly Elcrtaia year teraa. $1. ymc & & K.N 918 FSt.. N. W..i hi U UIUU&HU,WASHlNGTON. D. C.3 Beaumont and Fletcher. A compliment is usually accompanied nuoii Juiiel'8tn with a bow, as if to bej? nardon for say- J ing it. J. C. and A. VV. Hare. Old wood best to burn, old wine to drink, old friends to tru.st and old au thors to read. Quoted by Bacon. A blush is no language! only adubi .ous ling sitrnal which may mean either! of two contradictories. George Eliot. A good book is the precious life-Dtood of a master spirit eiiibalmed and treas ured up .on purpose to a" life beyond life; Milton. proof will be made before the Clerk of tlie Prouutb C'un at St. JotniP, Arizo- 1!KM), viz: Martin O. Jt-pHon of Alpine, Arizona, lor the V? KWJ. Sl4 KV& NvlbVSec. 12", i v. I .n 1.. ' i IJe names the following witnesses! to prove his continuouH residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz: 1 E. S. Wakefield, of Alpine, Arizona,' H.R Burkr-i " " " J. M. Stundiiird, " J.N. Skousen, " " Frederick A. Tritle Jr., Register First P.ublieatioii, May 19, 1900. Iso run following brands pon left ribs. hV2on left hip Katige, ggjg! ' uolori:ao "vcr. PoMt cilice, it. Johns. Arizona Tcrri RICHARD GIBBONS. Sheep and- wool grower. St. Johns, Arizona. Ear mark ou sheep fvs'iWi. m us on welhetn; reversed on ev.es. Fire . brand O on right ride of nt-sn. Vent 11 Reliable pcrsousor a m"clianical oriavtntiTeiaiiuS. desiring a trip to the Paris Exposition, wlthaood. salary and MTnarB p.itd. should write Tho PATST EI2COKD, Baltimoreiild f Designs The man who has not anything to ' . boast of but his illustrious ancestors is Where the Tronbie Liei. on leftside. like a pojato the only good belonging "When a woman will she will," said CUrA GiBBQMS. to them is under ground, Sir Thomas the fair maiden decisively. , Ear mark, crop oil :iuht nnd two nj. Qverbury. 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