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THE ST. JOHNS HERALD.
Published ev.ery Saturday at St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona, and entered at the Post Office as Second Class Mail Matter. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 intfi I mos, $1. 2 rnos. $1,50 S mos. s2. 6 mos. $3. 1 year $5. 2 inches 1 mos. $1,50 2 mos. $2,50, 3 jbo-$3. 6 mos. $4,50 1 year $7,50. - Batee.on large contract? given on ap plication. OFFICIAL J) 1RECTORT A Testimonial from old England. "I consider Chamberlin's Cough Reraedy the best in the world for bronchitis," says Mr - Williams Savory, of Warrington, Eng land. 4 ' It has saved my wife's life, she having- been a martyr to bron chitis for" over six years, being most of the time confined to he I bed. She is now quite well. "Sold j by St Johns Drug Co. Duane Hamblin and family, have moveo" to their ranch, at Iee Valley. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. AliPltED RUIZ, I A TTORNEY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOR itZTrt 3SLof 4PRche cona'ty- Office, In the Johns, Arizona. TERRITORIAL N. O.Myrphy Phienix Mr. J. C Jones came home Wednesday, from the Gila where 3iVRi:?ior. .. fir.rrrRY C If. Akcrs. Phenix. TtigAsvtfr.r. TW.pewbcrton... Phecnixihe has been the past winter. iVTrPojs Ixst'x.-E. L. Lang Phoenix. I uditotC, G. W. Meters Pro. -oft . Xttornky GEX... C. F, AInsworth .Phmnix. iruT. GrxkxaL. ...K Allyu Lewis Phoenix. 'SUPREME COURT f Ester Street. Chief Justice Phcenix. j. K. Da vis. Associate Justire .-Tucson. T. M. Doan. Associate Justice Florcnoe. 3. E. Sloan, Associate Justice Prescott Morrison, U.S.Dist. Attorney. Prcscott. II. Gnirnrn, U. S. Marshal Globe. Clrrk TnoMAS, Ghindell . ..Phoensx. Cl-rk D'ai. Court V. C. Kosteji .XPhoenix. COUNTY OFFICIALS. A, V, Gibbons I Chairman, or SorERfisoRS G. A. Conklin, J Benigno Lopez, QnarterijmeetingsoftheBoard will Le held ! regular and you will have no need First Monday fix Jan,, April. Julyand Oct. The boys whawent up shearing a week ago last Saturday return ed home again Wednesday. The bo3s had to stop shearing on ac count i f snow and cold weather. THE BESTLOODLPURIFIEff The blood is constantly being purified by the lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep these organs in a heltby condition and bowels Fnr.Rirr 3TKTRK.T ATTORNKV.. T?SCg&KKr , nRRASITBTnT, Lcandro Ortega Alfred Ruiz . .Monico Garcia T. C. Hill ronox or the D. strict Court R.E.Sloan Probatjc JpntiE John T.IIoguo Clerk of Codrt John T. Hognt- Tcrms of the District Court, third Monday April and the flrs-t Monday fn October, - LOCAL MENTION. Mr, J. T. Lesueur returned home last Tuesday from his trip to the eastern cities. Mr. Pr E. Slaughter came down from Springerville on the 16int, and spent a few da3rs in town. of a blood purifier. For this pur pose there is nothmsr equal to Chamberlaind's Stomach and Liv er Tablets, one dose of them will do vou more crood than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at St. Johns Drug store. If troudled by a weak digestion loss of appetite, or constipation, try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Every box guaranteed. For sale by St. Johns Drug Co. Mr. Erasthus Wakefield and wife of Bush Valley was in town this week. Miss Chloe Eaton came in from the San Juan countr.v this week and intends living here with her sister Mrs. T. D. Harris. Mrs. Jeanette Smith of Snow flake: is here, visiting her daug ter, Mrs. Susa Jarvis. Adam Greenwood, who with his family, are living, at Conkl in's ratich on the mountain: was in on horse-back, their is too much snow to cross with wagon, and thinks their will be plenty of water this Season. E. R. Dewitte, our bishop's councilor, and George Wiltbank j Pres. George Q. Cannon is Dead. and Lee Rencher have from the lue. Ben Brown who has been Shear- The 1st Councilor to the Presi dent of the Mormon Church died on the 12 inst. at 1:20 A- M. A tele gram was sent by General John Q Cannon from Monterey on the 12 inst. as follows: "Father passed away peacefully Holbrook, St. Johns and Sprinprville W. W. BERRY, EXPRESS. Proprietor. TIME TABLE. Leave Holbrook daily. " Woodruff " .. Arrive Station ' .. L ve Station " .. ' Concho " .. "St Johns ' . Ar. Springerville " . Laave " .. " St Johns .. " Concho " . " Station " . Arrive Woodruff Leave " Arrive Holbrook " 9:30 a. m. 12.00 w. 7:00 p. m. ..7:15 p. in. U:15 p. m. 12:00 nigh 8,S0 a. m. 4:00 p. rr. 12:00 night 4:00 a. ni G:S0 a. m 1:00 p, m 1:30 p. m 3:00 p. PASSENGER PARE. A 1 reiurnea ; , i .on : Wo rtmrp- ed to San Francisco with remains at once. Will orobablv take the ing Sheep at Coyote; finished to-1 6 o'clock train tomorrow night day. ' I surely pity the poor sheep and should reach home Monday as the wind has been terrible cold ' morning, Consult family and all day, and as I write, this even- First Presidency conceruing the ing it is snowing. Some of the neighbors have recieved invitations to a wedding, at Greer on the 17: it is that school teacher that your Spring erville correspondent wrote -ou of some time ago. David Rencher who has been teaching at the Academy, in 3'our city this winter, has returned to , A very pleasant cand' pulling his place here; and I am informed j was enjo3'ed by the 3roung people Holbrook to Woodruff. $1 00 " Concho 4 50 " St Johns....... .-,.6 00 ' Springerville 8 00 ROUND TRIP. Holbrook to Woodruff and return $1 50 ' Coi'cho " g 00 St. Johhs 10 00 " Springerville " 14 00 C. H, & HL I General Merchants, " St. Johns & Springerville, Keep Only the Best Quality of Goods at LOWEST CASH PRICES: .;Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots. Shoes FIRST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT. funeral. Answer me at Palace hotel, San Francisco. Cable Liverpool to notif3r Sylvester and Joseph. We have wired Kmily and Zennie." JSTTITRXOSO. Job Couldn't Have Stood It. . If he'd had Itching Piles 15hey're terribly annoying; but Bockleu's Arnica salve will cure the worst case of piles on arth. It has cured thousands. For Injuries, Pains or Bodii3r eruptions it s the best salve in the world. Price 25c a box. Cure guaranteed'. Sold by St. Johns Drug Co. Miss Lavenia Beny has again returned fromt Nutrioso where she has been teaching school. SCOURS IN CALVES AND COLTS, A Remedy That Never Fails. has turned granger. The family of Mr. and Mrs- Anbrew Maxwell, has been in creased, b3r the arival of a cute, black haired, baby girl. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rencher is verv ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Anna Beard of Nutrioso, is in our little town visiting-' relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Stansel Greer' little Viola, is also, quite sick. The very wind, cold weather, we are having, does not seem to discourage the farmers, asthey are all very bus3' putting in wheat, and irrigating. Gill. J. H. Serr, a prominent drug gist of Tyndali, S. Dak., says: "I have sold a great deal of Chamber. Caught a Dreadful Cold. at Misses. Ida and Lillian Lee's home Monday evening. Sheriff Ortega and deputy Hank Sharp passed thru here Saturda3r. Mr. J. W. Lee ana wire ana Mr. William Lund returned from Magdalana N. M. Jftverv one is busy putting- in his crop. v Mrs. S. P. Hamblin and son Don Carlos, left for St. Johns Arizona Saturdar. Mr, and Mis Samuel Love of Kagar were here this last week Miss Emma Bell Brown, Miss. Dell Brown and Miss. Durinda Love are visiting Mrs. Pollard Pearson. Misses Myrtle -Staniford and Rilla Hamblin are here from Alpine. W. M. STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES allowed at any point on the line Fifty pounds of baggage carried free for each full passenger. EXPRESS CARRIED a.-dsfW rates. For full particulars inquire of any of our agents or postmasters along the line. J. K Hulett, Agent. Ilolbroolf, Ariz. Sir. J. T. Patterson and ci com paWy of six men left toda3r for his Saw-mill, where they will be eng aged for a month, sawing lumber This is a good thing as lumber is very scarce in St. Johns now. He Kept HteLeg. i Marion Kooke, manager for T.M. Thompson, a large importer of Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea j fine millinery at 1658 Milwaukee A Raging, Roaring Flood. Kemedy for scours in calves and colts and do not know of one sin- Avenue, Chicago, says: During the late severe weather I caught gle case in which it has failed." i a dreadful cold which kept me a- Give itinteaspoonful doses reduc ed with water, af ter each opera tion of the bowels more than nat ural. Just the same as 3ou would use it yourself for diarrhoea. For sale b3 St. Johns Drug Co. OOjSTCHO. Twelve 3'ears ago J. W. Sulli van, of Hartford, jponn. scratched his leg with a rust3T wire. Infla- mination and blood poisoning set in. For. two jrears he suffered in tensely. Then the best doctors urged amputation, "but," he writes, "I used one bottle of Ule- ictnciBitters and 1 1-2 boxes ofi Last Friday Miss Pearl Udall and others attended the social at Miss L Kempe's. Three inch snow fell Tuesday Mr. R03' Jacoboan went t o St. Johns during the week. A party of giris had a plesant ride to Greer's ran ch last Saturday. wake at night and made me unfit i . t d . to attena im' wone auring tne day. One of. m3r milliners was taking Chamberlain's Cough Remed3' for a severe cold at that time, which seemed to relieve her so quickty that I bought some for m3Tself. It acted like magic and I began to improve at once. I am now entirely well and feel ve pleased to acknowledge its mer its." For sale by St. Johns Drug Co. Washed down aT telegraph line which Chas. C. ICllist.,of Lisbon, la., had to repair. "Standin in lev water," he writes "gave me a terrible cold and cough. It grew worse daily. Finalty the best doctors in Oak land, Neb, Sioux Cit3T and Omha said I had Consumption and could not live. Then I began using Dr. King's New Discover and was wholl3r cured by six bottles." Positive- guaranteed for Coughs, colds and all Throat and Lung troubles b3' St. Johns Drug Co. Price 50c and S1.00. Mrs. E. C. Greer, Mrs. Bucklen's Arnica Salve and my leg j Pulsipher and son made a E. busi- was sound and well as ever. For Eruptions, Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Sores and all blood dis- j relutives in tlie villagre oraers jiietric fitters nas no rival on earth. Try them St. Johns Drug Co. will guarantee satisfac tion or refund money Onley 50 cents. ness trip to the county seat. Miss .baura Career is visitin? Tne Best Remedy for Rheumatism. QUICK KEUEK FROM PAIN. Onfre Gallegos formerly a clerk for the Candeloria Bros, at Concho, gave the Herald office a call thes week. THE DEBATE The Herald reporter took his Snap-shot, and Phonograph to the wonderful debate last Fri da3r night, and he and the Car toonist makes the following report: The people of the town arc very busily engaged in planting grardens. THE CRITERION $1.00 a year 10 cnts a codv THE BEST ILLUSTRATED MONTH LY MAGAZINE OF ITS KIND PUBLISHED. Its pages are filled by a most brilliant array of writers and artists. Its au thoritative and independent reviews of books, plays, music and art, its clever stoms. strong special articles, humor and verse, with fine illustrations, make it a necessity in every intelligent home. The very low subscription price $1.00 per year puts it within the reach of all. A TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION WILL WRITE TO-DAY PR9VET For sample copieB and particulars Criterion Publication Co., bubscriptionDepartment, 41 E. 21st St., N. Y- City. 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Also owns the following brands: Upper elope right d .and over bit left. TEA GARDEN DRIPS is n Sugar Svrun of highest oualitv Once UPed- always wanted. Deli- ciously sweet- makes taffy candy to perfection. Manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup Company, 707-710 Sansome St., San Francisco Ask your grocer. I $900 A Penns3TIvania young- man hugged his best girl so hard that he fractured three of her ribs just because his Bible told him to hold fast to a good thing. YEARLY to Christian J man nr wmnnn to lnnlr v after our growing business in this and adjoining Counties ; to act aaA Man ngerand Correspondent; work can be done at your home. En- j close self-addressed, stamped en- y velope for particulars to H. A. i Sherman. Guneral Manager, Cor- )i oran Building, opposite United ). States Treasury, Washington, Dt y Swallow forkleft, circle p the rlcHt. SANT ANITA CANDEf.ARIA Swallow fort left, split nnd npper hal. crop the riirbt. Tur Jrnnd. Knngc White Mountains, V Apache county. Arizona. - J. B. PATTERSON. ? Bti Sheep and wool grower, St. Joh iif Arizona. Ear mark on ewes squuro crop right and swallow fork left, reversed on weth ers. Fire brand on nose. Tarr brand on rump. . Range, Apachecounty, Arizona. R. D. GREER, Klso run folIowinK lxar ds ion left ribs. RKon left Wp JtRnce. Li ?21tle C oloratto r 23 Tosl eiTce. t. Johns. Arizona Tcoi WALTER BAIRD. Main brandsOn horses W slash, os lfl thtfft On Cows W slash, on-left ribi. 4.1so runs the followiyg brantor Hon,e Brands. HX bar aad DK.c:ftiifS PfJf'n the len Iup jjbolh Mdcs. JEW bar m'SK iXil Last Sunday a large crowd; All whouse Chamberlain Pain of people came out and paid their; Balm for rheumatism or delighted last respects to Mr. Edward Beeler. with the quick relief from pain! The meeting: was conducted at J which it affords. When speaking his residence and at 10: 30 A. M. ! of this Mr- D- Sinks, of Troy j Ohio, says. ?onie time ago I ! had a severe attack of rheumatism j iu in-v arm and shoulder. I tried J numerous remedies but got noj relief until I was recommended by Messrs. Geo. F. Parsons & Co. . . . . druggists ot tins place, to in efficient school teacher is in town 0 b& i r r t m with her " ! recommended it so hig'hly that I the remains were taken to the cemetery followed by a long train of carriages, wagons and foot men; Miss. Amelia Hunt Concho's If the women of this country cultivated good humor as careful ly as they do complexion there would be fewer old bachelors and fewer divorce suits. Sheep and Goats. Church members who delight in quarreling among oeach therdo more to help the cause of thedevil than dancing halls and gambling dens. FAME. Fame! True Fsmef will for ever last MONEY. Gold! Solid Oold! w ill never rust. spending a few days sister Mrs. Frank Ruiz Its Easy To Feel Good. bought a bottle. I was soon reliev- i , ed of all pain. I have since recom-' i, ' mcuucu iuu iiiiiuiciii lu uia.il y va ; ; my friend's who agree with mej fbc! Mys money Countless thousands have-found ftoti th1l .remafy at.Ues&w to the'bodv in Dr.fcuto - rheumafsm ,n the VfnNWfrifown. ,vi, l:??rket- Forsale by at Johns itiyely cure Constipatiqn 81- Headache dizziness, JaundicerMH Iaria, Fever and Ague and all tiv- Ir J C- Jesperson, formely er and Stomach troubles. Pure- w who -went as 4npaaiiiiis after a load of poles. Men may come and men may go, but there'll be money forever. er ana otomacn rrouDies. .rure-i w 1 Iyj vegetable; never ripe or wak tp some time aST en. Dnlv 25c at 3t.' Johns tirag-' W"b5" the Jndiaa, while in tli iSTOTICJE. Seed time is here, and we all desire to raise good gardens to accomplish this we should purch ase our seed from the Drug Co. The' have just received a fresh supply of garden & field seeds, from Colorado. Variety large and p rices small. Co. haiiii, at the front niunev at th rear. Money rs what makes the mare jjo. Choice Groceries! We cany a choice seclection of family groceries consisting of Canned, Green and 'Dried Fruit, Lard, Fresh and Canned Meats, Vegetables, Flour, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Spices, Extracts ect. ect. I Quality the highest! 1 Prices the lowest! We solicit! 1 a liberal shore of 3-our trade. Respectful!-, A part having a good new range wishes 1,000 to 2, 500 on shares for a term of years. Understands the business. Addess, B. Herald office, St. Johns, Ariz. FOR SALE A good? work team, will weigh 1150 apiece rtiare and horse, for the very low price of $85.00. For further informa tion call at this office. If you want your shoes properly REPAIRED TAKE THEM TO UTIMI0 BACA SHOP OX COMJCKBCUL STREET. 0FF0SITK THE MONARCH SALOON Prompt Work, and Courteous Treatment to all DOYOUWEAR SHOES? NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OFFICE, AT PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. March 29, 1901. - Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof wMl be made before Clerk of the Probate Court at St. Johns Arizona, on Satur day May 11th, 1901, viz: Elijah P. Winsor of Sprinerville, Arizona for t Tip ft W V, 5W.. 27 T. 9 N. St Johns Drug Co. carries a ' t 2qF complete line of M. D. Wells & Co tTp tnnmPhP following witness- -.1-1 -LJ 1 TLX . ' . , . uwrdceasnoes. no oetter shoes es to prove his continuous resi- made for comfort, appearance and Uencetioon. and cultivation of. duribility. We solicit your trade- J sa an v'l7i: It is no trouble to show goods. It? a Averett. . -Af SnrvilU Ari : J. T. Eagar, of Why wear shelf-worn sweat ' J. Pearce, ...... of ?' " shop-made clothes that fit like J. Thompson, ... of " " they had been thrown together j FrPri.t a iwi Tr with a pitch-fork when you can A - . go to the Drug Store and select a pattern that suits and have First Publication -Pril 6' 1901-) your ciotnes maae m tne latest style. We have hundreds of sam ples on show for both ladies and gentlemen. Prices are mod erate arid fit guaranteed. Try both 011 leftside. tV J both sides. Range Mnlptifo Gap ttiA Lai9 Postofice. rcncjrta4rn!oX.M HOW'S YOUR HARNESS? Do Your SHOES Need "Fixing? " IF TQU SEEB ASY THISe'lX fll 115E F LEATHER COOIS Call On Cruz Navarett" Shop ciTurM. J Ut Jxv Jxliij Blacksmith Shop 31 A Ml IX ii;s CI1K ISXEWIlL - HOSSE-SHOEIKG And GENERAL SC&XITXfrG. doi trompil3rand in itrefrkaaalii. aiucr. I will give Special. AitesliLtefie&--or. My shop !s ldcatsd a)idrM- friadii ards directly north froaa. X.&iLj. 91. JqIcun. - - Atjtmmm. FOR. NERVOUS St. Johns Drug'Co. one suit and be convinced NEW IDEAS FOR WOMAN'S WEAR I An Ideal monthly majasino of Faahion. Millinery Suggestions and Hom Topics, fnlly illustrated. Helpful Hints for Dressmaking each month. Sub scription 50 cents per year. Bend 5 cents for samp k sopy to j . THE EW IDEA PUSUSHINQ- CO., ; f BaoADwxY Kew York; ' 1 1 VI N MARiAw I ma5 sTooti the Tfsr of 36 rim 2TX PC RieNCt r?rooD oy tki nedKJU. FAoar nr " ' m hi im T- jfci