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, 'territorial - tirtTMoR. K Murphy Phcenlx. ScSSSy . ......C. H. Altera Fhenir. TxlisnxEtt TW.Pembertou... Phcenix Icditor. " O. w Viewer . - -Presr ott. IwiwiTflRX..- C.T Ainworth Phoenix. a!JT. cKeai,. -R Allyn Lewia -. .Phoenix. SUPREME COURT Wkmtek RTr.rrr. r.hief Jutice Phoenix. ' R. DAVi. Associate Justice Tucson - T. M. Doak. Associate Jnstice Florence. ,R. E. Sioat. AssoclfttP Jnstice Prescott -Jt. . 3foBKBOv, IT.S.nist. i ttontey, Trencott WjjH. fiEirnTK, U. 8. MaTRhal Globe. -r - - , '-; V COUXTY OFFICIALS. ;jt : '-r. JA, V, Gibbons Btf imDorSurcsrisoRS-i L. J. Brown. 1 Rpiiienn LnnfZ. c U.T. FftftPrswuClcrl:. QMnrterlv'ncetlnpKofthp Board will he hold riral Monday in Jan..-April. Julrnd Opt. Sitkrif". ' Edward Beoler. Ditrict Attorney.. Alfred Rnir. Re 'order. J T. VaUfritn rRRASDRER,. Ben. Sonnsier Jtdgr fr tjib Dijstrict Court R-e win FROBTR JttnCK JO'in Cf.V.RK OF CotlRT Zr T. TTocnf Term or thr District rv,nrt. third Monday - April nnd tab first Mondnv In urtober. THE HERALD iakppt n tile at I he of fices of tlie Coktis-Newiiall Advehtis iNO Co.j 223 W Second St., LosAnirel es.Cal. They place advertising in pub lications all over the world. . .Local Heirs oftiie Week. Notary Public at Herald office. Laundry agency at the Heralds' y Capt. Hogue left Thursday for a yisit to Gnnado. Garden vegetables now are plen- tifuyi IhisJjurg. . -TP..",' - - 'V - : aTiieweet-sceht of locust -diloom pervades the air. Slf'troutded with rheumatism, giVc Chamberlain 8 Pain Balm a rijial. - It will not -cost you a cent ijjit lines you no good. One appli cation will relieve the pain It 1 cures sprains and bauises in one third the time required by any oth erUreatment. Cuts, burns, frost lutes, . quinscy, pains in the side rind chest, gland u far am! other spellings are cured bv applying it. Every bottle warranted. Price. 25 aml.50 cts. St. Johns Drug Co. Hav 'making is begun in some of the. alfalfa fields around lie re. Isaac Barth returnel Saturday . fronr "the Detnoeratic conveniion at -Phcenix-..'- x ne footraces Monday were well I . , .- attended and enjoyed the .-iorts of theitown. A Card of Than Its. l wish to say that I fenl under lasting,' obligations forwiiai Cbatn berlain's ' :ough Remedy has done for our .family. We have used it in so many cases of eouglis. lung iron blesand whooping cough, and itha- alwhylgi veil the morl perfect sat ' islaction. feel 'great.lv indrbied to Uhe niauiifaeturers f t'ws rem edy and wish them to please aeeept . our .hearty thank-.. R--perifnlly. Mj-s. S. Dot v. 1) M "' i 'es. I . i va . SForsale bv St. Johns Drug Co. ;BlpmaranV.iis' nrj- lteing ma.Ue fcr ifit'n FufrSth ol.l ubi. cehjbra-'-jtioiiji n on r t o jv n. f. ; Benj. Sebtiler reuirned home" jffrt'in llnlhronk, al ttf.fe where be - 4lialiKin i lusims trip. . r- -v. .-.. J&. A , ........ . v u" -Riohanl CJililums nnd lamilv liurtieil SnttinhiV from a pleaannl L,. ,. . t, M;nunii I ouling,at the ranch on Mineral. LaPt Fall I sprained mv left hip while handling, pome heavy boxen. Jill' d.mt nr inH.ul Mini HiHtl ' litrt- 'it was a plight strain and would .8oon.be well, hut it grow worse, and the.doe.tor then paid L had rheu matism. It continued to.get worse'i and I could hardly get around to work. I went to a drug store nnd -the druggist recommended mn to try Ch:imberains Pain Balm, I! U ..twl ,ol,..ir ..7 .. nn J Hii'i iiiki "in- nun 111 11 i;fJi, bottle cured me entirely. I now rec- otntuend it to all mv friends. 1 A ' jpaof oca, nine, ra. 111s lor saie bv St.. Johns, Drug Co. The vout'ir folk had a haile in Armory Hall Mondav night and . , , report having a pleasant time. I - t - Quite a number of people were ; , , . . 01 1 out driving Sunday evening, en- joying ine cotil breezes 1 aliened with the bloom -perfumes. Antonio Gunznle3 was in from his ranch Wednesday, nnd report ed that la-mhintr jn J(?r( 0f toe rnachi-d 95 percent. This is niv i-x Md lent shovrn and indicatpi iV"'r',,r ?1U!1 1'ties f this part ii ib ttnt ry fur sheep, raising. The eclipse was watched Monday morning by a great many people who mader use of their - smoked glasses. i STRAY HORSES. We are informed by -Hon. J. L. Hub'hell of Gaundo, Ariz, that he is holding two stray hordes at his place,' the Navujns having brought them in on the 19th of May. He describes them thus: "One black j with two while feet. rl he other a bay with a white hind foot. f Both branded ns follows: jEJJJ. The brand on the black horse is j t very plain. 1 lie norses weign about one thousand pounds each." Rev. P. Dilly of Flagstaff visited Iwith Father Padilla of thin town a few days and delivered an interest ing lecture in the Catholic church Sunday morning. Would not Suffer So Affain for Fifty Times Its Price, I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach. I never felt so badly in all my life. When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work. went to Miller & McCurdy's drug store and they recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, I worked like magic and one dose fixe me all right It certainly is the finest thing I ev er used for stomach trouble. I shall j not be without it in mv home here after, for I should not care to?en dufe the sufferings of last :,hight again for fifty times its price. G H. Wilsov Liveryman, Burgett? town, Washington C o-Y P. This remedy is for sale by St. Johns Drug Co,, Sheriff Taylor of GramLCo. Uh. ami Sam Jenkins were killed bv a band of outlaws on the' 26tli inst. Deputy Day was with them and al t ho shot at escaped and gave" the news. This is probably- the band pf out laws which Sheriff B'eler is chas ing. The Gov. of Utah has ordered out. a posse of ten men. "Volcanic Eruptions Are grand, but Skin Irruptions rob llfn of joy. Bnckleu'H Arnica Salve, enres tliHin, also Old Unnni' ir and Fever " Ulci-rs, B..ila. Fe.oiiH, Corns. Warts, Cuts, Hiuihh. Burns, Scalds Chapped Hands. Chilblains. Bust Tile euro on earth. Drives out Fains and Aches. Only Jn cts. a box. Cure gua ranteed. Sold by St. Johns Drug Co. Ruby G bbotiH, the four year old daughter of W. H. Gibbons, met with a very painful accident while out rifling with her brother Mon day ni.u'uing. Coming from tlie lake, the hUrro which he was rid ing became scared and she being caught in the reins as she ft 11 off was drugged for several hundred yard, and receiving a severe gash ott the posterior part of the head, several lesser cuts on the tempor als and painful bruises on the body. J)r. Jarvw dressed the wounds and the little girl is now getting along 'nicely. Bismarck's Iron Nerve Was the' result of his splendid health. inmiuble will and tremendous enor-1 gv are not found whereSlomaeh, Liver, Kitlueva atnl 15.iwels ar. out ol oroer. . . . . It von want t liesquulilies and the sue-. '" tilu I.-:,,,, Hr Kin.rM Nhw - 1:0.0:11- Thev develon every power . , . " . . r , 0- , q, of brain and body. Only 2oe. at St . Johns Drug Co. The editor last Sunday found a 1 part of a prehistoric pipe whfch had a number of hieroglyphic characters on it resembling Chinese letters. The pipe is stoneware and is a bluish-white in color, nnd the letters are black No Kight To Ugliness. The woman who is lovely in face, ,rm temper win aiY.ia uvu ! triprwl but. nnp whn u-mild he attrae- I liVe must keep her health. If she j weak, stcklv and nil run down, she will ! . . : . i " " consiipatinn or kidney trouble, her im pure blood will cause pimples, bloteheB, skin eruptions and a wretched complex ion. Electric Ji tters is the best medi- ?,,e ,n to ref ,atP aiomacii, liver and kidneys and to pnrtfv the 5tomK It five8 6lr0IIB nervea riK,lt eyes, smooth, velvety sfcm, rich eora- l,Itixion It will make a good-looking. charming woman of a ' un-down inval- a 0lllv ppn.n SkTfthMa nmn SHOW LOW, ARIZ. - May 27,10011. E S. Perkins, " Dear Sir :- - For the Kind expres sion of good wishes towanla niyaelf I J most heat tilV thank you. I hope toj have my name continued on voui.liRt of, huhst-ribers j please send my paper toj Holbrook. cumference of Old Earth in so many different directions. "Foreign parts" are no longer - foreign in the old meaning of the term. Europe, Africa, Asia, are "next door" to us. What happens there to-day we know to-morrow if we read THE CHICAGO RECORD, whose, Special Cable Correspondents arc located in every important city in the world outside of the United States. No other American newspaper ever attempted so extensive a service; and it is supplemented by the regular foreign news service of The Associated Press. For accurate intelligence of the stirring events which are shaking the nations of wars and rumors of wars of the threatening dissolution of old govern ments Jand the establishment of new of the onward sweep of the race in all parts of the world the one medium of the most satisfactory information is the enterprising, "up-toidate" American newspaper, THE CHICAGO RECORD. FREE A larpe map of the vrorld on Merc'ator;s Projection, about 23x16 inches in size, beautifully urluied in colors, with a larac-scme mep of Europe on the reverse side, will be mailed to any address free of charce on receint of rcauest accomnnnied bv twoiJ-cttnt stamus to cover postage and- wrapping. The maps illustrate clenrlv how comprehensively the special cable service of The Chicago Record covers the entire civiazsd world. Ad dress The Chicago Record, 181 Madison streets Chicago. Since yon have taken hold of the Her ald, I have fait that the people had in the St Johns Herald a paper that was alive to the interests of the people, among whom it is situated, and that its influence was felt outside of the county. In my work as Forest Supervisor, I have had the aid of Gustav Becker and otheis of Springerville, whose minds were broad and liberal enough to take in the interests of the different countie on this Fbiest Reservo question, ami not give ine a restricted or nancw-miuded view looking only to their own personal ends. And to the Herald .the Messrs. Lesuuur, Schuster, Patterson, Gibbons, and others of ct. Johns. I have been gieatly aided in presenting to the For est Superintendent the sheep interests of Apache, Navajo, and Coconino coun ties, and in showing the disastrous ef fect on the business and financial stand ing of those counties, the exclusion ot she'ep from the forest reserve would hae;to Henry Hutting, ShetifT Wat tron, A. F. Poller, Dr. Wolfoid, James Peterson, Hyrum Brewer, Eliza Thom as, G. V. Bryan, II . W. Hopen, F. Stanton, Win. Goodman, Hanse Han son, and other prominent citizens of the of the count', I am indebted for assist ance and information. 1 hope in the future that cattle, horse, and sheep owners may combine to pro tect the interests, not only oi them- selves but the interests of this end of i ttie Territory . How much of the water that fnUri on thin reserve finds its way ....... ... , into Hie ten llory ot those people 'Ho nre trying to destroy the sheep, cattle, und horse indiiHtrv of Nortliern Ariz? . , , , .'vnu, wimi oeneiu wmuo inepe pe.opiu r1pnvi hv htvinr (hp trtt pvi-IuiIimI ? utmi n iniMiig me moi.k exunueu ; To niv f iendsin Apache Co. and el.se- . . woiirfr j. return my iiiumkh tor psisi kuui- I, ., , , neris, nnd to the hditor and manager of The Herald I extend the same thanks. I am very lespeetfully, M. H HOWE. His Liile Was Saved. fr. J. E. Lily, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately hud a wonder ful deli venture from a frightful d"ath. In te'ling of it he says. "1 was tauen wills Typhoid Fever.that ran into Pneu monia. My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing helped hie I expected to soon die of Consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery. On e bottle gave great relief. I contm-; ncu to use it, and now am well and 8tronp 1 ,al,,t 6jiy to u,Uch in Us V" Tins marvelous medicine is IIIH Surest Ulli mill-lrrt. cum in in ' - " I ...,,,.1,1 ll rni , 1 ., Ti- 1. 1.. i ! uuuuw KeguluT sizes 50 cents and 1.00. Trial l,olt,e Iree nt St. Johns Drug Co., ev- ery botlle guaranteed UUfcl,B B"auteeu. A friend Writes the following highly complimentary testimonial of tbe St. Johns Herald : '(x.M)eral !y while I was enjoying(?) all the deiights(?) f measles, they would read to ine, a little at a time One article in particular in your St. Johns Herald was of great benefit to me; It really had such a sooth ing effect that I went to sleep and remained asleep fur at least two EOOd ItOUl'S. It was fsir morp hImmx ant than a sleeping potion, having r.i . ..... uuue 01 ine lino easnn: nripr r of the latter." Those tmublerd with insomnia, according to the a hove suggestive statement, should read our St. Johns Herald. r ; SlIHlI&III 2 SifTcS S as 1s. S 3 i rs tea co 2 s 3 3 S: 2 s a -3 S 5 'm C S3 S $2 w r ? I . P ias fS "Cj 2. o j as fa E r- i TS - " o Ob 6TSS are practically annihilated by the ocean cables and land telegra'ph systems which now belt the cir Tg out of order if you have tho symptoms enumerated on this chart. Study each symptom carefully and you Trill IWd that they are youra. ' You can, be cured wltn out the uid of Calomel, Blue Mass or Quinine. They are minerals and are apt to poison the blood. Do not continue to suffer when the relief- Is held out to you. Why not add your name to the already large list of people cured by HUDYAN? HUDYAN has cured Kf.000 others and It will cure you. HUDYAN is the great- est vegetable remedy of the century and will relieve all the following symptoms: HUDYAN can be -had of all druggists for 50 cents per package. When you have used HUDYAN tell your friends what it has done for you. POINTS OF WEAKNESS. 1. BILIOUS by HUD YAN. 2-3. JAUNDICE OK THK EYES H U D Y A N will I cause the yel lowness to dis appear and the normal healthy color to return. 4. COATED TONGUE. FOE TID BREATH- HUDYAN WllJ clear the tongue and make the breath pure and sweet. 5. TENDER NESS AND PAIN IN THE STOMACH. DUE TO INDIGES TION KROM THE PRESENCE OF TOO MUCH IJI1J2-HUDYAN will clear Ue stomach of the excess of bile, relieve the pain and cause the food to be perfectly dlcested. I.-MT JRRBMHOT OK WEIGHT HUDYAN will lessen the con- ' .7 j i n...... I.. If . nnrmal . B"o ,euuce "VCI " " HUDYAN will cure all the above symp Inn.i. imrl rrl'ilio V onger Remember that Cancer and toms mid make you well. uo noi ueiay Abscessju . curable. Go to your drusclsts at once and procure n package of HuDVAN for BO cents or 6 puckugeit for 52.50. ir your druggist does not keep It. send direct to tne hijuyan REMEDY CO., San Fpan- Cisco or I.os Angeles. 'nllfnrnii Affor vmi iin.fi usnri it ill vour friends about ic orfwi Unit ilicv also iniulit tin i-u.:ii ir voil are IHU saiinuvu nun "'"p retiirn the empty HUDYAN box nnd we win mtnrn vfiiir mnncv. Remember tnat von can consult the HUDYAN DOCTORS FREK. Call und see the doctors. You mnv call and see them or write, as you desire. Address BUDYAN REMEDY dOMPAKY, Ho. 816 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Oor. Stockton Market and HUJa Sis., S.in PrrnaLico. C'l Hotv pons'? v Miss N. Ewkv 1 see that the papers say Mrs. YVeedir and the captain are to be married as soon as her period of mourning is over. Miss De Witter Period. indeed! With most of these widows their pe- riods seem to be merely question Oiarksl-l'nek. ? Ther stlll npPen. li-ri ji ; i uouu.) uui uc.es eernappen any n more; "Yes. One happened to me last night. I told your ma why I was late getting home and she believed me." Chicago Times-Herald. m GENERAL on tractor SSEC14riEJ: Setting boilers, & crritruptiii dippimr tanks cls'erns and all kindsof GEFflENT WORK; erecting and rep'iirimr pumps it windm'lls. J. PAELEY bigelow, ST. JOHNS ARIZONA. FOREST LIEU SELECTION. U. S. LAND OFFICE, PEESCOTT; ARIZONA, Ar,iv fn irin " ' ' i Notice is hereby riven that Joseph A. Steph.-m, whoso post office address ! iq IVaol ;n,.(nn n O i , . is Wasl.mjrton D. 0., has made appli- cation to select unde.r.the act of June j i, ioji, oiai.H., ou ; inei louowio-de-seribed iraet.. Unsurveyed SE Sec. 14. T. 26. N. R. SO E., G, &8. R., Mer., Within the next thirty days from the-date hereof, t-rotests or contests against the select ion on the ground that the land descrtbpu or an' portion thereof, is more valuable for its mm- j efal than for its agricultural purposes, will be received and noted for report j io me oininisbiouer oi me tieueral j Land Office. Frederick A. Tritle, Jr., Kegietcr. First Pb. J un 2 I960.- v 1 YOUR LIVER NOTICE of 1! 8T JOHNS, ARIZONA, April 12. 1300. It is ordered by the Board of Supervisors that) a re-registration of tho Voters of Apache oun. ty, be made for the y. ar 1900, and the County Reoof ier, prepare a Great Register, and publish the required Not'ee of such Registration in ths. St. Johns Herald. JohnT Pattcrsnn, Clork of, the Board of Supervisors.. $2,000. REWARD! j The above mentioned sum will ba given for and Gus Gib' on. ; the dee 1 was done about 25 miles Northeast of St John', Apache County, Arizona, about Cveo'ckdk P. M., March 27th 3930. The murderers nrc: Tom Capehnrt alias wilson. Who worked for Wabsu-h Cat'le Compa ny, in Apache County. Arizona, u short while in 1899. He is about five feet tn inches Ulh Weighs ab mt 175 poiluds , h s sMgh ly dark c- mplexion, lark hair and mustuc" c, hud short black btard when last seen, is stoi.p slmaldere! but qu'te w 11 appearing, has blue eyes, and :s of very pK-asiur aildres. tut not very tnlka tlve, hus a peculiar w; y ot dm king his head from s'de to 8 de and at the same lime forward while he tidies, and he usually j-m.les a grea1 deal wht-ii talking. He is an expert bronch trainer. Tod Cnrver, w.ith right frre t hgrr i ff. slender built, about five feet ton nnd one half inches high, wgtgbs about 173 ponr.ds, has black eyes and moutiici:e. is ve:y uciive. but is not talka tive. He is thought to wear a five and o&e hnlf boot. JeVs Bit ck at ias Franks, is five feet cigtor niuc in( hes in height, h s very dark complex- ' in. bl k beard, and LI .c!c eyes, and wei0hs j aLout 175 pounds lie is very quiet, , J Mack Stecn alias Bob Johnson, six feet high w i-hs about 10 pounds, is light conip.exioned w.th iight blue eves, and v.ry li uvy sandy j milSiiC!,e, a.j is 0f a vjry quiec and rcse.vcd disposition Aho a fi Tj and unknown man. who is very dark complxinnrd, has blajk, straight hair, is low heavy sot. nil J ij lso very quiet. It is a well organized baud of five ir.en, un der a tall, nervy leader, armed wih3lS0and 30-10 Wii. Chester rilles and full conip.ement of six shooti rs. The murderers wero hended for San Juan Kherin Co'or. do. Ti.ey were -seen passing thiough the Najo I.iuian Reservation abutit the 15ih ot May 1900. ' Ihty hao i act outfit. They have oue saddle that is sti:mp.d W. 1. B. A Reward of 2,000. will fjiveii Tor the murderers alive or denl: $:oo. for each murderer, offi-red by AjincheCunt; CDioffeied by Win. n. G b bon. ?5C0 by J. T. L 'suoin; and ?2-")() offered by SherifT B.-eller. Arroot and hoU till I yet them. Wire ma Holbrtok. Ar.zona. All of the two thousand dollar reward is guaranteed by Apache County. And there are rev ralrjwa ds offered bv ra stonsibl individuals a.d counties in New Mex- i(:0, which amount to about three tho.:sand dol Jars. EDW. BEELER, Sheriff. St: Johns, Apache Co.,- Arizona., First publication, April '21, liCO PROCLAM iTION OE REWARD Territory of Arizona, Executive Djpa tment. To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come, Greeting: Wherens, official information hssbeen r?c?iv--ed by this department that Frank T. Lfseuef and Gus Gibbons, rej-pected and pi-acvable ciiirens of the County of Apache, Terri.ory of Arizona, were on the 27th day of March, A. I). 1900 murdered by five mdi whose names are to th atithor.t!es unknown , and . Whervas, the sherllfof said county, and his' depu.ies. have made diligent search for hu per' pttrators of said crime, without sure as and Whereas it is icported that the five murderers aforetaid,orsomeof 'hem, have tnken te'uiie in the' mountains of t-onthiTu Arizona, at;d where they have thus far tvad.-d arrest: and. Whereas the said murder whs unprovoked nnd most maliinant and atrcio'is in i;s chara- jcten and Whereas, the diligcnca of the aforesaid sheriff and his deputies, and all the circumstances of the aforesaid crime make the ease a proper o e for the exercise f the executive prerogative as tooff. ring a imt lie reward for the apprehension . a d puiii hment of the cr mi'tal: an!. Whereas, it is be ievtb that the off.-r of a re" ward by this dep rtment will matenahy aid bringing the s.i l murderers t justice; Now. therefore. 1, N. u. Mu.phy. govern in governor of tl e rerrito-y of Arizona, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward of Five Hundred Dollars for the arrest and ecfiiviction of the pero.jiid who com mitted the said inur ler. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the gretatseal of the erruory fSeal.l to be affixed at Ph ien x, the capital, this 14th day of ihv. A. D., HOJ. N. O, MURPHY By the governor, H R. TKITLg. Assistant Secretary of Arizona, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE at PKESCO 1 T. ARIZONA. May 14th, 1900. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of ins intention 10 maxe uuai prom 111 , support of his claim, and tnat said, proof will be made before the Clerk of the Probate Court at St. Johns, Ariio-' na, on June 28tu 1900, vizi Martin U. Jfuson of Alpine. Arizona, tor t he V3 jNW. SK NW& NWJbWJSec. 12, ! rV? N' K 20 r n ' "e IiatUfH uiu iunuing nuueooco to prove hig continuous residence upon : 4i ;; nf. tid lan.i. vi: ! E. S. Wakefield, of Alpine, Arizona, ! H.R BurU?, " . " J. H.Standifird, " " ' J.N.Skousen, " " " j TTrojlurtfk A. Tritln Jr.. Rofiwtfir. First Publication, Mnv 19, 1900. I A Crafty F'elldw. j First Girl There roes Mrs. Newlv- ' wed; her husband is so careful of her health that he will not allow her to go shopping on a wet day. Second Girl Hum! lie probably fears she might get near enough to the counters to buy something. nrsn n & AllUil Oft Jj And Wayside Inn. (ViifdiflL A Vienna. vaj-vaav IHSKieS, -Deei'3, OOOaSi UUerS, lUlliei'ai W SLZeTS SlIKl Olg&rS Urumrners and lraders can Hav and Grain to sell. Good service, prompt and courteous treatment. Call ql me. . BENIGNO LOPEZ, Propriety LORENZO SUPPLY ST Open now READ t for BUSINESS. On East Fork of Black River on, White Mountains Keeps on h:im1 a complete lifie- ot CAMP SUPPLIES, Sheep & Cattlemen's Goods, also a FULLJJNE OF GOOD, DKY STOCK SALT. GRAIN, FLOUR, &:! WILL DELIYEK . AT ANY POINT WHERE I CAN RUN A WAGON. 1. O. Address: Engar, Apaelic C ounly, Arixonn NOTICE T We hare opened up a General Merchandise Store at Greer, Apache Co., Arizona, where sheepmen can he supplied with provisions, salt and general supplies at bottom prices. We Solicit YOUR Patronage. Gibbons and Wiltbank. STOCK BRANDS.- J. B. PATTERSOW, Sheep and wool growe St Johns. Arizona , Eur li.ark on ewes soui re cr p iluhtimd. swnll iw fork 'e t. rev( rs- ed t n wethers. Fire brand n on nose, on rump. che ccun W ty, Arizona. Tarr brand Range, Apa WABASH CA'l TLE COMPANY. C. O. Howk, Manager. Piincipal business office at Logansport, Ind. Ranch sddreas, Navajo Springs Arizona. Ranges: Salt Lakes, Seven Springs, Li I tie Colorado rive and Mineral Creek. Cat lie and horses branded and marked as per cuts. ItEWAED. I will pay 600. re ward for the arrest and conviction ol an)' person or persons unlawfully hand ling any stock in the above brands. P. T QLEMAN, J?. P.O. Address, St JohnF, Apache Co., Arizona Rnue : Cionega, N. M. g' Ov'n the fo'Jowin? 4 I rands: FX I. ft ."ide, MMsS O on left hip & jaw, BK?SS5t33K O G on r'ffht hip and llgii on i t side. mm!lM on iltrht 1 ttiSgXXsR hip & sidf. Eorses: U VuO on left hip, and fol'owinc brands cn geldings: f&jfti. left ibhjh, 5left thi"h. KaisM 1 n ieit hip. C eft jaw.44 left thigh. ELLEN GREER r post flice, Concho. Ariz Ranee Little Colorado and ydlky Hollow Apache c-untv. Arizona. Horse Brand, pJBonltft shoulder, and scm on left jaw. ft R. D. GREF?3 t- I Also run following brands ,on left ribs. ffPSon left hip. Range, LitlKtl Colorado river. Pobt effice.?t Johns. Arizona Toirl RICHARD GIBSONS. Sheep and wool grower. St. Johns, Arizona. Ear mark crwybeep in us on welhers; reversed on ewes. Fire brand O on right rMe of ncs. vent 11 oil left side. CLA??A CiBSONS. Ear mark, crop of! ;ightVnd two up- per bits left, on wel Iters, reversed, on ewes $ire brand 11 oa right side of noJ:e i' wh.i,, Mnt rv,nn:'. 2 -t.a-a. -z- get a nne ns and team here) J.T. LE iUEVR St J hns Arizona lar murks Upixr slap? flr ghtnrd sv allow fotk l lett. i'lso l alfcropofl r'.t lit and upjer slope 3. left Hcversud on weth '2Uerr. etmuMtitr Iron brand on nost ! on left jaw brand Jon tump Ran? Apache r.nd Grahsm CountTes, Arfa, WALTER. BAIRD. Maliihrnntls On hrrss W stash, on left thigh On Cons W slash, on left ribs. Kino runs the following brands: Hore Brands, HX bar and DK. on left thirl,. gSgm-n the left lup. Cow Brands. S left sids ran ?9 both sides. JEW bar ai.dgsgr ... 3&Wii uuijj en ic 1 siue. J bo!h siTe5. Rane Malpi.is r.p and Sn?t I.sl:e. Post offi- e. Cienera .s manJlo,N. M . JUAft GA&DELARSA. CONCHO. ARIZ. 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