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THE ST. JOHNS HERALD.
Published every Saturday at St. JoHns? Apache Count', Arizona, andjeritered at the Post Office as Second Class Mail Matter. . ADVERTISING KATES. 1 inch 1 mos. $1. 2 mos. $1,50 3 raos. 2. C.mos. $3. 1 vear ?5. 2 inches 1 mos" $1,50 2 mos. $2,50. 3 mos.S. 6 mos. $4,50 1 year $7,50. ' Rafes on large contracts given on ap plication. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 3 TERKITORIAI. 1jvcSok .V. O. Murphy 5kci.etauv C. II. Atcrs ... niKXr.KR. TW.Peuibcrtou ;ot. Fob. Isht'n .R. L. I.enff .Jhts:i!x .rhenix. Phcenix Preuajtt. tfnnvm U. W. IC'C" . F. Ainworth .Phcenix. TTOIiXEY 'jl'.N. - O mt''Xkxekal k. Aujn . ,, T mrll 'hnnniT SUPREME COURT ssrnn SrrEKT. Chief Justice Phcenix. 3, K. 'Davis. Associate Justice Tucson- ?! jr.- Doak , Associate Justice Florence. k. E; Si oa", Associate Justice Trescott 3. 5.yMoRHisos, O.S.Dist. ttorney, Prescott. n. Ml'GniFnTH, U. S. Marshal Globe. tlerk Thomas, G cxKSEtt Phoensx. Icrk-D'pt. Court ... NY. C Eosteb. .XPhoemx. COUNTY OFFICIALS. f A, V, Gibbons I chairman. lrSurEKVisons G. A. Conklin, ; Bcuigno Lopez, IMonico Garcia, Clerk rfl(ftrterlviflCelltg?f the Board will be held irsl Monday in Jan., April. Julyand Oct. Siieeikf. Leandro Ortega Wict Attorney , Alfred Ru b border MouIcoG arda Tkbasuber T' ' Fudge of the D;stjuct Court. .. K. B. Sloan robate Judge John T.Hogue Slerkof Court? John T. Hognt Terms of Uie District Court, third Monday April nd the first Monday in October, LOCAL MENTION. "People are fast coming in to attend,the conference the .latter part of this week. . . Misses Lavenia Berry and Leila 'Kemps were passing examina tion Monday and Tuesday. . MpwJ T Patterson, Jacob plkhnrcrpr and H. J. Jones was in from the Patterson Sa Mill on Sunday. A Terrible Explosion. "Of a gasoline stove burned a lady here frightfully," writes N. E. Palmer, of Kirkman, la. "The best doctors couldn't heal a run ning sore that followed, but Bncklen's Arnica Salye entirely cured her." Infallible for Cuts, Corns, Sores, Boils, Bruises, Skin Diseases and Piles. 25c at St. Johns Drug Co. Mr. J. B. Patterson and wife went on. a plasure trip Saturday toRichville and spent Sunday there with relatives, returning again on Monday. The "Circo Compania that caifle to town Wednesdaj' held their preformance Tuesday eve ning, which was attended by a large crowd. Didn't Marry for Money. uoi. iMi.i, married a sickly rich young woman, is happy now, for she got Dr. King's New Life Pells, which restored herto perfect heltli. In- fallible for Jundice, Biliousness, Malaria, Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach Gentle but effective, at St. Johns Drug Co. troubles. j Only 25c, j Mr. T. J. Riley the phetogra- pher whe has done a great deal of work here the past six weeks left for Concho yesterday. Mr. j Rile3' sa3' he will sta3T in Concho ; two weeks when he will again re- 1 turn to this place and stay during the A.celebration of "St. John's Dav" Sir. JohnTSarton, who wejit to Old Mexico a few months ago has returned without selecting him a home there. A Sprained Ankle Quick- T ly Cured. ' one time I suffered from a severe sprain of the ankle," says Geo; E- Cary, editor of the Guide Washington, Va. "After using several well recommended medici-1 nes without success, I tried Cham- j berlain's Pain "Balm and am j pleased to say that relief came as soon asI began its use and a I complete cure speedily followed.'; SsllY St- Johns Drug Co. J A GREAT HOSIERY -OFFER DIRECT FROM THE MILLS. Tha old maxim, "TtoProof of the Pudding is in the Eating," applies as well to the wearing qualities of our hosiery. Once worn and you w,U wear them al ways. An exceptional trial offer that avery reader of tins paper should take advantage of and test the remarkable wearing qualities and superior finish of our high grade hosiery. We will, on receipt of 25c. in silver and the name of your local dealer, send direct to you from he mill?, postage paid. 4 pair of finest high grade latest style Emphebrand ladies or children's hoes, or man's half hose, in black, tan white or the fashionable fancy solid colors or the latest com bination silk embroidered polka dots, elecoric strips, orsi'k clocking on side, in fancy open work, plain, or drop slich style, in French isle thread, balbriggan ;n- "?0i. nr rusfimere, with full finish clastic ton and our patent rein- torced silk and linen knit feamleES, double sole, toe and high spliced datible heel. They save darning aim are guaranteed to give tnrce times me wear oi j anv other hosiery. The same m children's, with elastic top, double knee, sole heel and toe, plain nr ribbed, fine, medium or heavy quality, guaianteed fast color, and warranted not to crock. The retail value of these hose is 25c. per pstir. We will not send more than 4 pair of each ladies or children's to one perron. A trial wear of these will convince von of their merits. Foi cOc. we ; end, post paid, one trial pair of our i hlack, blue, cardinal or lavender no satisfied with them after trial wear pleased with them and wibh more, insist t f 1 ? ri t . .... IS , Jur yuu, aim insist on mm geirmg our xi, j mentioning this paper-as this offer is li now our nosiery is mane, raaneu iree i j you on request. -Address mis way, EMPIRE KNITTING MILLS, 100 and 103 Fulton St. New York City . The large up stair room of the Academy is being- very hand somely carpeted, and the stairs covered with Tubber pads so peo- pie can down. pass noislessly up and Mr. O. C. Overson is fast mak ing preperations to commence the erection of a new brick dwelling house. Seven Years In Bed. 4 'Will wonders ever cease?" in quire the friends of Mrs- L. Pease, of Lawrence, Kan. They new she i had been unable to leave her bed in seven Tears on account of kid ney and liver trouble, nervous prostration and general debility; but, Three bottles of Eletcnc Bitters enabled me to walk," she writes, "and in three months j felt like a new person." Women ! suffering from Headache, Black ache, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melancholy, Painting and Dizzy Spells will find it a priceless bles sing. Try it- Satisfaction is guaranteed b' St. Johns Dru Co. Only 50c. Mr. D. R Greer and son Riley Brought a very fine band of bronco horses to St. Johns Tues dav. Dr. J- S. Woolford of Snowflake and family are in town. The' in tend remaining here a short time and possably the3r will make this their future home. Saves Two From Dath. "Our little daughter nad an almost fatal attack Of whooping cough bronchitis." writes Mrs- W. K. Haviland, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other remedies failed, we saved her life with Dr. King's New Discoven-. Our niece, who had Cnosumption in an advance stage, also used this wonderful medicine and to-da3r she is perfectly well." Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr. Kinr's New Discoverv as to no other medicine on earth. In- fallible for Coughs and Colds. 50c and S1.00 bottles guaranteed by s. J h D c j botUes free Mr. William Lesueur of Sorine-- erville who bas been at provo at. (-ending the Academy, pass thru here Sunday" on his way home. Mr Nofear Davis has several teams busily eilffased hauling rork fof thft foundation of his new fine bHck residence. Call at St. Johns Daug Store i and get a free sample of Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets- The3 are an elegant pin-sic. The3 also improve the appetite, strengthen the diges tion and regulate the liver and bowles. The- are eas to take aud pleasant in effect. You ma3' as well expect to run a steam enjine without water as to find an active, energetic man with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver is torpid when he does not relish his food or feels dull and languid after eat ing, often has headache and some times dizziness. A few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its mortal functions, renew his vitalit3, improve his digestion and make him feel like a new man. Price. 25 cents. Samples free at St- John's Drug Co. ladies' fine silk hose, in shades of pink This is a special trile offer. If you are we will refund yonr money. If you are on your local dealer to procure them ... . 1 ,1 HT . j 1 nipue uranu uosieiy. write us to-aay t mited. A beautiful little booklet, tellin Three of St. Johns and one of Springerville's Collage students arrived home from Provo and Thatcher the latter part of last week and there was a very fine ball given in their honor on the evening of the 1st in which The Misses Kempe, Lesueur, Udall and Mr. Plumb pertooic of with a' relish that showed the3r werehap P3r in again being associated with their dear old friends of St. Johns again. Mr. W. S. Whedon, Cashier of the First National Bank of Win terset, Iowa, in a recenf letter give some experience with a car penter in his emplo3r, that will be of value to other mechanists. He says: "I had a caroenter work ing for me who was obliged to Lucinda Wilkins and' daughter stop work for several days on aild son Khoda and Orson Wil account of Deing troubled with j ins diarrhoea. I mentioned to him that I had been similarly troub led and that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me. He bought a bot- 1o -F it -Frnm f t-i a A m rrrri cf Tioro ' utu:i;"v, " ana miormea me tnai one aose cured him he is again at his, work. "For sale by St. Johns Drug Co. Mr. Jeseph Udall came down from S'pringerville Saturda3r after his daughter Nellie, who came from Provo last week in company with Miss Alice Les-: ueur. Scours in Colts a nd Calves. For a voung calf or colt from a day to a month old give one tea- spoonful of chamberlain's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea Remed3r in half a gil of water as a drench after each operation of the bowels more than natural; usually one dose is sufficient. For older ani mals it ma' be given in the feed Thousands of valuable animals are saved br it each 3Tear. This remedy is just what you should ' take yourself when troubled with J diarrhoea. For sale by St. Johns q qq I Mr. Emer Plumb a verv intel- ligent young man of this place who has had the long desired feel ing of going awa3r to school grat ified,, called on us Monda3' and spent a few hours talking of his experience in the Thatcher Ac adeim last winter. Mr. Plumb will act as one of the faculty in , that Acadeni3' the coming win ter. The herald wishes him success. A Good Cough Medicine. Its speaks well for Chamberlain's Cough Remed' when druggists use it in their own families in : preference to any other. "I have ; Deen visiting ner sisier .urs ax sold chamberlain's Cough Reme-!we dy for the past five 3ears wish complete satisfaction to nryself and customers," says Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van Etten, N. Y. "I have alwa3Ts used it in nry own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and for the;. Miss Nellie Udall (daughter of cough following la grippe, and our bishop) has returned home find it very efficacious." For 5 fr0m Utah where she has been sale by St. Johns Drug Co. for something more than a year, ! Welcome home Miss. Nell. COjSTCHO. I ; C. I. Kempe of Concho when in ' i town, had a runaway breaking Mrs. M. H. Baird and family one wheel of his cart all to who have been spending the win- jsmash. No one huit. ter in Thatcher were given a j surprise part3 the second clay following Tuesday their arri- val h OI11C. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ALFRED RUIZ, A TTORNEY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOR-,f- . "ey of Apache county. Office, in the Court House, St. Johns, Arizona. Mr. Wm Flake passed here enroute for Snowflake: thru Messrs Thomas and Billie Greer from El Paso Texas paid us a j visit Monday last. Mr. David Sanders came home Friday. Last Sunday a number of our folks went to the roundup at Geer's Ranch. Honda' eve the debate entitled 'Which has the greater influence on character Nature or Educa- j tion" was given by the literary societ'. Hr. Charles Gardner left for his home in Snowflake last Tues dav. jSTTJTRIOSO. We had a lovely rain for several da3rs this week. A vety enjo3rable dance was given Thursda3' night. A party of 3roung people went to Alpine Friday for a dance Among the number were Misses Ida, Lillian and Minnie Lee, Mis ses Jennie Millet, Ida Maxwell, Pearl Trainor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruiz. Messrs T. R. Lee, Lorenzo Maxwell, Dudty Hamblin Curtis Maxwell, and Frank Lee. Mrs. Francis Mangum, Mrs. Mr George Wilkins and his wife and son left Saturda3r for a short visit to A Ipine. Messrs C. I. Kempe, J, W. Brown. Marinus Christpnsen and - Charles Jarvis passed thru here Saturda3r. Jack EAGAR Lot Wiltbank (the last of our . bo3's who have been at work on the Blue) has returned home. Bros Henry Piatt Seen, and N. P. Johnson paid our ward an ecclesiastical visit lately. Mrs, May Love L. M. I. A. aids one of the Y paid Nutrioso and Alpine a visit on business connected with that association. Bros J. W. Brown, Marinus Christensen paid us a pleasant visit yesterda3r, it is veo' plesant to meet and chat with old friends. We bave been having some : hpniirifii! rains larplv nnrl if wns , . , , , L. . , , . that our nnmarv had tr o-ive un A their picnic in the timber, and 11 cJ. v v il pi l a ill, aiiu i,iiiiu -vno dance at the School house onj June 1st. It passed off verv pleasantly. The Young Ladies Association "gave a ball in the evening with refreshments. Ben Howell was down from Ren Crosby's ranch todar tor supplies, taking back with him Mrs. Anna Baird, who goes to stav with Mrs. Crosb3' for some time. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gibbons of Greer are paying friends a visit. L. J. Brown Seen, has gone to Magdalena for freight for Mr. Becker. L. J. Brown Jr. of Nutrioso is in town on business and Miss Ella Brown has return ed from the Blue where she has j r -r We have quite a force of men and bo3's at work on reservoir No. 3 Raising the banks; who report feed good, but the mountain near ly alive with sheep. If a bor would leave a horse hitched to a cart standing in the st t-eet without tieing and, go away Holbrook, St. Johns and pringerviile express. W. W. BERRY, Proprietor. TIME TABLE. Leave Holbrook daily 9:30 a. m. Woodruff ' Arrive Station L ve Station' ' ' Concho ' " St Johns Ar. Spriugerville Leave ' " St. Johns " Concho ' " Station Arrive Woodruff Leave Arrive Holbrook .'. 12.60 ai. 7:00 p. m. ..7:15 p. m. 9:15 p- m. 12:00 night 8,30 a. m. 4:00 p. m 12:00 night 4:00 a. m. 6:C0 a. m. 1:0C p, m. 1:30 p. m. 3:00 p. . PASSENGER FARE. Holbrook to Woodruff ?1 00 Concho 4 50 St Johns ,. 6 00 " Springerville 8 CO ROUND TRIP. Holbrook to Woodruff and return $1 50 Concho u ' 8 00 St.Johhs " 10 00 " Springerville " 14 00 STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES 2 oi the line ifty pounds of baggage carried free for each ill passenger. vnnroo nsnnirnto all points along Arncaa UMnmnithc iine at low rates lot full particulars inquire of any of our agents or postmasters along the line. .1. It Ilnlett, Asrcnf. MollrooI, Ariz. for an hour no matter how in teresting the company, his father would give him a tongue lashing if no other kind of a lashing. The worms are injoying our gardens and some kind of an in sect has ruined nearh- all of our fruit, even currants and goosber ries. We wonder what next. Jill. Mr. and Mrs. FredNielson had the title of papa and mamma con fered upon them by a nice little girl, on Thursday. Cowmen and Indians a Battle. Mr. McKarty who runs a pas sanger stage from Holbrook to St Johns, came to town Thursday evening with a report that .reached Holbrook of a battle that had taken place betweem the long H cowmen and some Indians near the T. L. ranch. Mr. McKarty says the cause and details are not known only that there was one Indian killed and one wounded. LOCAL ADS. Fresh Cand3', Oranges, Bana nas and .Lemons at tne JJrug Store. I am still in the market for Forest Reserve Lands, and pa3T ing top prices. Write me before selling to others. W. H. Clark, Holbrook, Ariz. T CaH and see my work, Photos from $1.50 per doz. up Platnium Cabnet $3.50 per. doz. satisfac tion guaranteed. T. J. RSLEY, Artiste. Why pay from $45.00 to $70.00 for a Sewing Machine when we will sell you one second to none at the following prices: 5 Drawer Netzow at $20 00. 5 Drawer Cottage at $25.00. 5 Drawer Drop Head Netzow $30.00. I he aboye prices are for cash. Yours trub'. St. Johns Drug Co. Are you going to clean house! If so why don't you paper at least one room while you are at it, and save the trouble of white washing every Spring and Pall. We have just unpacked a large assortment of beautiful patterns of wall paper- Prices lower than ever, qualit3' considered. Respectfully St. Johns Drug Co. CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS. COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS. Send yoBi'bnsineM dlreet to Wahingon, aves time, costs lei, better serviee. atj Tmfatlea l Vie. Atb in not Ca uniil patesit isitrarwL PSZSOf IL AT2ZHTI0M GTVUf 19 YEARS ACTUAi EIPKRIEN JS. Book "HoTrteobWaPitamta." Ur afie doM to U. B. Faiit Office. T3LXE ortllKia. me., sac ire. raa ltkew uuvmga . mggwn ' rsctlva ipscll notfet, irtUwst tkun, ta Mis' INVENTIVE ACE Qlutrated scaathly Elsrwtfa yr tssi, 91. ymr. ' E. O.SiOGERS t.ate oi a. show & Co. 918 r St.. N. W., MbllVE WASHINGTON, D. CM. General Merchants, St. Johns & Springerville, Keep Only the Best Quality of Goods at LOWEST CASH PRICES: Dry Goods, Groceries, Har "ware, Boots. Slioes EIEST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT. JUAN CANDELARIA. CONCHO, ARIZ. Brand as cut kept up. Also owns the following brands: Upper slope right and and over bit left. Swallow, forkleft. circle p the right. : SANTAN1TA CANDELARIA Swallow fork left, split, and upper nai. crop the right.- TarSraad.l Range W h i te CSIonstains , V4 Apnche county Arizona. J. B. PATTERSON. Sheep and wool grower, St. Johns Arizona. Ear mark on ewes square crop right and swallow fork left, reversed on weth ers. Fire brand on nose. Tar r brand on rump. Range, Apacheccunty, Arizona. ff you want your she es properly REPAIRED TAKE THEM TO UTIMI0 BACA SHOP OX COMMERCIAL KTRBET. OPPOSITE THE M0XARCII SiLOOS Prompt Work, and Courteous Treatment to all TEA GARDEN DRIPS is a Sugar S3'nip of highest quality Once u.ed- nhvsij's wanted. Deli qiously sweet- makes taffy candy to perfection. Manufactured by Pacific Coast Syrup Company, 707-719 Sansome St., San Francisco Ask your grocer. QftH YEARLY to Christian J UU. man or woinan t0 i00k after our growing business in this.vl b and adjoining Counties ; to act asj i iuuu icr auvi tin i cajiuijueni, ii I nnr hu rtnna of r l-i f hnma TT.n V close self-addressed, stamped en- v R velope for particulars to H. A. A Sherman. General Manager, Cor- a .( coran Uuilding, opposite United ' States Treasury, Washington, D. y 11 A BOA FI DE SALARY $12 WEEKLY. Men and women to appoint agents and represent us, some to travel, others for local work. ?12 weekly salary and expenses. Old established . house, pleasant permanent position, rapid ad vancement and increase )f wages. Write at once. Address BUTLER& ALGER, Dept. E, Njew Haven, Conn WANTED ACTIVE JAN OF GOOD CHARAC ter to deliver and collect in Arizona for old es tablished manufacturing wholesale house. $900 a year sure pny. Hnerty more than ex perience required. Our refereuce any tank iu any city. Enclose sclf-addef sed stamped enveloped. Manfacturers, Third Floor; S3 Dearborn St.. Chicago, 111. WANTED ACTIVE J1AN OF GOOD CHARAC ter to deliver aiid oollect In Arizona for old es tablished manfactnrins wholesale house ?903 a year, sure pay. Honesty more thaa experience required. Our rpference, any bank in any city. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope Manufacturers, Third Floor33t Dearborn St., Chicago. Ill Stray Horses. One dark brown work horse branded on left soulder and two slitsygjjin right ear weight about 1200 pounds. One 3rellow horse 7 or 8 3rears old weight about 1100 pounds brandedjJj on left shoulder. The owner can get the above described horses by. calling at the ranch of J. F. Sherwood, j Richville, Apache Co. Ariz. Have you that tird feeling? If so go to the Meat Market in rear end of Drug Store and get a nice steaiv It Will reint; vw, n n. uws ii if '4- J r not eJTcct a cure. . I 1) R. D. GftEER, Also runfollIn,g brands .on left ribs. JSWEpn IciLhip- Range,Liijtle CpKHyop Wr. Post efface, bt. Jphns. Arjp6 Jrri WALTER BAJJIO. Main brands On horses W slosh, onitft-tHgh On Cows TV slash, on left ribs. 4.ISO runs the following brands: Horse Brand?, HX har and pK.on.left-tfcfe! jfon the lef? niP- tow Brands, s54s ,both sides, UEW-bajian; mm mm on leu sine fo-- both sides. Range Malpais Gap and HliTtes. Post office, Cienega Amarillo Jf M HOW'S YOUR HARNESS? Do Your SHOES Need Fixing? JFIOU SEED AHY THIXT IX THE J 1XS OF LFATHER GOCBS Y REPAIRING, Call On Cruz Nayarett Step n Yr.tr t. 1 1. . n. irfn .ctcssii HOBSE-SHOEING Wao IScpsiiriujr. Anfl GENERAL J.-ACKSM2TBIXG. ;don promptly pnd in a workm.t;ilik; manner 1 will gtve Special Attention to ranch wor. C?5" My shop is located about one hnudted jirrls directly north from c. ji. & 31. 1. St. Boittis. - - - At 'zoaa THE CRITERION $1.00 a Year 10 cnls arcooj THE BEST ILLUSTRATED M.ONTII 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 stories, strong special articles, humor and verse, with fine illustrations, make' it a necessity in every intelligent hom. The very low subscription price $1.60 per year puts it within the reach of all. -A TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION WILL PROVE IX, WRITE TO-DAY x- For sample copies and particnlar3. Criterion Publication Co-., b'ubscriplionDepa.rtment'V 41 E. 21st St., ST. Y- Cityt NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, LAND OFFICE, AT: PRESCOTT ARIZONA. Alay -25, 1901- Notice is hereby given fTratihe f ollowing-named settler has "filed ' notice of his intention to -make final. jproOf in support of hisrclaim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk of the Probate Court, at St. Johns, Arizona, on Mon-. day, July Sfh, 1901. viz: Samuel H. Howell ftf Greer, ArizoriS1,," for thoNESEX', Sec. 11, T. 7, N., R. 27 E. , He names the, following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: E- W- Wiltbank, . . of Greer. Arts. Howard Hale, of " Mike Hale, of " B. F. Howell,.... or Fredrick A. Tritle; Jiiu Register. (First Publication' June-t, 19Q1.). TO THE DEAF. A rich lady. cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to this Institute so that deaf people nnaMe to procurer the ear Drams may have them iree. Address No. 18.5. The Institute . -Lnn-, ' i i mtt " Unnnorshmv. Ijomiou ..IHnp?. t-- .. . . . '"lifer ad - . - . cm - it. 1 7