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THE ST. JOHNS HERALD.
Published every Saturday at St.
Johns. Apache County, Arizona,
and entered at the Post Office as
Secos.3. Class Mail Matter.
ADVERTISING HATES,
linch 1 mos. $1. 2 mos. ,50 3 mos.
42. 6 mos: $3. 1 year $5-
2 inches 1 mos" $1,50 2toos. $2,50, 3
$3. 6 mos. $4,50 1 year $7,50.
StxU onUrge contract? given on application.
f fiCiili niRECTOMT.
TERKITOKIAJ,
5. . Mnnftijr.
When the quantity of food
talcen is to large or the quality
too rich, heartburn is likely to
follow, and especially so if the
digestion has been weakened by
constipation. Eat slowly and
not to freely of easily digested
food. Masticate the food
thorolj Let six hours elapse
between meals laTid when you feel
a fullness and weight in the region
of the stomach after eating, in-
A goodly nember of the per-t
sons,' on nshing Dent, passea up
our streets vesteraay; amimg
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
AJ.FREI) RUIZ,
them -were recognized T)r Rudd,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hulsey, and
Mr- and Mrs. T- C Hill.
The weather is intensely hot.
Our irrigating ditches are dry,
and where, oh where, is thejrain.
Jill.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTO-E-ney
-of Apuehe countv. Office, in tie
Court House, St. Johns, AtIzgihi.
Born
JT. WOOLFOBJ&, Bf .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls from Springerville, Coneho and
other towns will receive prompt atten
tion. St. Johns, Ariz,
uc-
KtcKTAinr -C. IT." Alters ...
Trraic TtV'. Pemberton
srp.rr-R.IsT'K 71. L Lu
M'PrroR. G. W. Vickew
Attobskt Gen. . . C F Afnfvrortli
kr. General ...R. Allyn Lewis...
SUPREME COUrRT
T imr. Sthect. Chief Justice
jr. R. rixvas. Associate Justice Tucson.
2. H. IA-s. Associate Justice.. ...Tlorcnne.
ft. 81.0A-. Associate Justice Prescott
a."E. Morrison, TT.S.DIst. attorney, Trescolt
r. X. Griffith, U. S. Marshal Globe.
aerk Thomas, Gr.rnpm, Phoensx.
atrlr DV.. Court .. W. C Koster. XPhocnix.
.. Thmnix dicating that a-ou have eaten too ; Mr. J. B.t Patterson
phenix.!much) take one of Chamberlain's! the St. Johns C. M. & M
roreu. ; .
piioanix. otomacu ana lviver i aDjets ana wite were presentee, wnn a-
.PresfOtt.
.Phoenix.
.Phoenix.
.Thoenix.
the heartburn may be avoided.
For sail by St. John's Drng Co.
Mr. J . O- Gibbons is in from the
sheep camp this week to spend
the 24th.
COUXTY OFFICIALS.
" ' i A. V. Gibbons
i Chairman. I
TrSurEnrisoK- G. A. ConkHn,
! Bcnigno Lopez.
iMonico GarcU, Clerk
Quarterly -fleetingsof the Board will Le heM
jlrst Monday In Jan., April, aryaw! Oct.
Sxxrarr. : Leandro Oitetra
strict Attowkt Alfred Ruiz
3BC0RDKR Monico Garcia
rBEA8Uar.a. T- C- 11,11
Svdqz of tii E D .strict Court ... R. E . Sloan
fROBATJCJODOB JollH T.HOgTUe
C.KRK of Cour.T.f John T. Hogw
Terras of the District Court, third Monday
.April and ike text Monday in October,
Mr- Peter Pederson was in
from his sheep ranch this' week
to celebrate the 24th.
LOCAL MENTION.
The sick are improving.
A Poor flillionaire.
be-
his
Lately starved in London
cause he could not digest
food. Early use of Dr. King's
New Life Pills would have saved
him. They strengthened the
stomach, aid digestion, promote
assimilation, improve appetite.
Price 25c. Money back if not
satisfied. Sold by St. John's Drug
Co.
Supt. of:
I- and
fine
big baby girl, last week.
Miss Warner of the Gila coun-tn-
is in our midst visiting rela
tives: J. T. Lesueur, John Davis,
W. J- Mallory and familis.
White Man Turned
Yellow.
"Verjr
evening.
light shower Monday
Mrs. Edw- Beelcr is
attending 10 business.
in town
Mr. Isaac Barth and K. P.
Johnson who were reported sick
jast week are now well again-
When you want a modern, up-to-date'
physic try Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They are easy to take and pleas
ant in effect. Price, 2sc. sam
ples free at St. John's Drug Co.
Mr. June Gibbons, clerk in L.
E. Gibbon's store in Concho spent
the 24th here-
Messrs. Geo. and Stoil Cheney
of Concho attended the ball
given here in the evening of the
24th.
Great consternation was felt by
the friends of M. A. Hogarty of
Lexington, Ky., when they saw
he was turning j'ellow. His
skin slowly changed color, also
his eyes, and he suffered terribly.
His malady was Yellow Jaundice.
He was treated by the best doc
tors, but without benefit. Then
he was advised to try Electric
Bitters, the wonderful Stomach
and Liver remedy, and he writes:
"After taking two bottles I was
wholly cured." A trial proves
its matchless merit for all
Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles, Only 50c. Sold by St.
John's Drug Co.
cessor.
'Something New Under
The Sun." .
She Didn't Wear A Mask.
Capt. J. W. Lesueur and com
pany left for a fishing trip to the
mountains to day.
Hon. Richard LribDons spent.
e 24th in town- He reports
is cattle doing well.
But her beauty was completely
hiden br sores, blotches and
pimples till she used Bucklen's
Arnica, Salve. Then they van
ished as will all Eruptions, Fever
vSores, Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles!
and Felons from its use, Infal
ible for Cuts, Corns, Burns, Scalds
and Piles. Cure guaranteed.
25c at St. John's Drug Co.
Mr. B. L. Gibbons and wife of
Eagar Ariz. Spent the 24th in St
Johns with their parents and
friends.
It Dazzles The World.
32 A GAR.
During last May an infant
hild of our neighbor was suffer
ing from cholera infantum. The
octors had given up an nopes
5 '$66f recovery. 1 took a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Jiarrhofca remedy to the house, tel-
7;rtcr tViPm T felt sure it would do,
-.
jfoodifused according to directi
ons. In two days time the child
had fully recovered. The child is
mw vigorous and healthy. I
have recommended this remedy
Jrequently and have never known
t to. fail .Mrs. Curtis Baker,
Bookwalter, Ohio. Sold by St.
ohn's Drug Co.
Mi. J- B- Patterson's little son
has been very ill for the past ten
days- -Under the care of Dr. J. S.
Wool'ford the fever is now borken
and it is hoped that the chjld
will soon be well . -. - . .
Our village will celebrate the
24 of Juty, as a very fair program
was read last Sunday.
A very lucicy unlucky affair
happened when little Joseph
Jarvisfell from ahorse that was
running and broke his arm, which
at first was thought. But it
turned out that it was only badly
bent.
No Discovery in medicine has
ever created one quarter of the
excitement that has been caused
by Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. It's severest tests
have been oh boneless victims of
Consumption, Pneumonia,
Hemorrhage, Pleurisy and Bron
chitis, thousands of whom it has
restored to perfect health. For
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup,
Hay Fever, Hoarseness and Who
oping Cough it is the quickest,
surest cure in the vorld. It is
sold by St, John's Drug Co. who
guarantee satisfaction or refund
money. Large bottles 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle's, free.
THATCHER
All Doctors have tried to cure
CATARRH by the use of powders
acid gass, inhalers and drugs in
paste form. Their powders dry
up the mucus membranes caus
ing them to crack open and bleed.
The powerful acids used in the
inhalers have entirely eaten
away the same membranes that
their makers have aimed to cure,
while pastes and ointments cannot
reach the deseases. An old and
exoerienr.erl nractilioner who
has for many years made a close
study and specialty ot the treat
ment of CATARRH, has at Jabt
perfected a treatment which
when faithfully used, not only
relieves at once, but permenently
cures CATAKKJ1, by removing
the cause, stopping the discharg
es, and curing all inflammation.
It is the ony remedy known to
science that actually reaches the
afilicted parts. This wonderful
remedy is known as" ''SNUF
FLES the GUARANTEED
CATARRH CURE" and is sold
at the extremely low price of One
Dollar, each package containing
internal and external medicine
sufficient for a full month's treat
ment and everything necessary to
its perfect use.
''SNUFFLES" is the only
perfect CATARRH CURE ever
made and is now recognized as
the only safe and positive cure
for that annoying and disgusting
disease It cures all inflamation
quickly and permanently and is
also wounderfully quick to relieve
HAY FEVER or COLD in the
HEAD.
CATARRAH when neglected
often leads to CONSUMPTION
"SNUFFLES" will save you if
3rou use it at once. It is no
ordmar3r remedy, but a complete
treatment which is positively
guarranteed to cure CATARRH
m any form or stage if used ac
cording to the direction which
accompany each package, Don't
delay but send for it at once, and
write full perticulars as to your
condition, and 3Tou.will receive J
special-advice from the discoverer
of this woundeful remedy regard
ing vour case without cost to
vou be3'ond the regular price of
SNUFFLS" the "GUARRAN
TEED CATARRH CURE."
Sent prepaid to any address in
theUnited States or Canada on
receipt of One Dollar. Address
Dept. E644 EDWIN B GILES &
COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Mark
et Street, Philadelphia.
TlollDrooK. St, Johns and
Springerville express.
W. V. BERRY, . Proprietor.
TIME TABLE.
Leave Holbrook daily.
" Woodruff " ..
Arrive Station " .
L ve Station " . ,
' 'Coneho " .;
" St Johns " .
Ar. SpringerriHe " .
Leave " " ..
" St. Tohns " ..
- -Concho " ...
" Station " .
Arrive Woodruff '
Leave "
Arrive Holbrook "
Ml.
m.
....9:30 a
12.60
7:00 p.
..7:15 p. m.
9:15 p- m.
... 12:00 night
8,30 tu m.
.... -4:00 p. hi.
12:00 night
4:00 a. m.
6:30 a. m.
1:00 p, m.
.....1:30 p. m.
3:00 p. .
PASSENGER FARE.
Holbrook to Woodruff. ?1 06
Concho 4 50
" St Johns ,. 6 00
Springerville 8 00
ROUND TRIP.
Holbrook to Woodruff and return $1 50
" Concho " 8 00
St. Johhs 10 00
Springerville " 14 00
STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES
allowed at
any point
on the line
ifty "pounds of baggage carried free for each
ill passenger.
to all points along
XPRESS CARRIED
the line
rates.
at low
For full particulars Inquire of any of our ageuts
or postmasters along the line.
J. It Hulcti, Agfent.
Wolbroolf, Ariz.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
LAND OFFICE, AT
PRESCOTT ARIZONA.
July 2, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that
the f olio win g--named settler lias
filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support o
his claim, and that said proof
will be made before Clerk of the
Probate Court, at St. Johns
Arizona, on Monday, August 12
1901. viz: Benjamin F
Howell, of Greer. Arizona, for
theE S E, Sec 35, T. 8, N.
R. 27 E.
He uames the following: wit
nesses to prove his continuous
residence uoon. and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
S. H. -Howell of Greer Ariz
Howard Hale,.... of
Samuel Hale,.... of
S3'lvesterHale....of
Frderick A. Tritle, Jr
Register.
(First Publication July 6, 1901.)
. ffl. a M, L
General Merchants,
St. Johns & Springerville,
Keep Only the Best Quality of Goods
at LOWEST GASH PRICES:
Dry Goods, Groceries, Har nre, Boots. Shoes
FIBST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT.
JUAN CANDELARIA.
CONCHO, ARIZ.
Brand as cut kept up.
Also OTTn8 the following brands:
Upper slope right and
and over bit left.
Swallow forkleft, circle
the right.
8?
SANTAXtTA CANDELARIA Swallow
fork left, split ami upper hal.
crop the right. Tar Brand, g
Range White Mountains, VI
Apache county. Arizona.
J. B. PATTERSON.
Grand celebration of
the Pioneer day.
Kvery-thing-is'quiet, a number
of the populace having gone to
the mountains to spend a few
days, and those who remain are
Jacob Hamblin, and wife of
iNutnoso nas oeen nere visiting: busy harvesting their crop
Mrs. jambhn's father, W. P..
Lytle, and putting-up their ha3.
W. K. Wiltbank and wife have
moved to Greer for the remain
der of the summer.
Xast Thursday' we thought we !
Admiral Schley will be present
ed a medal commemorating the
Santiago sea light on which wil
be a profile likeness of Admiral
Sampson. This will be the sole
recognition that Admiral Schley
win receive tor his conspicous
services during that engagement.
This medal, he will be required
to wear whenever he dons his
full dress uniform on anr
ion of ceremony.
occas
The Navy Department has adopt
ed the "balanced turret" plan for
would be blessed with a good ! the new monitors Navada, Florida
it
was
Jessie Crosby met with a ver3r
painfull accident,, on Saturday
evening, while handling a horse,
he caught his finders in the
jrope, breaking one and badly
I brusing another.
ram; but when it arrived
i one of the heaviest dust
we ever seen. The wind deroofed
n couple of buildings in Safford
and others were played havoc
with.
According to the report con-, j w Brown and Charles Jar
tainecl in the Deserot Evening j yis of gt Johus pa-d ug an e(
News; Prof. Woolf member of the j lesiastical visit on Sunday.
South 'American Exploring Ex-j
pedito;ir is released and is return- j Hinton & Rencher returned yes
ing home. . terday, from Holbrook bringing
5 " , -p'with him his wife's sister who
A Gppd CoUgil Medicin lives at Pho-nix. She is looking
4 2 K ti.or a cool place; we wonder if -she
0 - ; has found it,- as we think it is
Many thousands a ve been res- terrible hpt;: and 'dry here,
tored' lo health and happiness . , . - - -
by the use- of Cfcunerlain's; wimkev is a terrble thing
Cough Remedy. If afflicted with t0 be surc But their is ne thing
any throat or lung trouble. l0 be said t0 the credit f whisi
iveifa trial for it is certain.to,kev it will let you alone if
prove- Deneiiciai. uougns tnat you Avill lot t akme hut
nave resisted- all otner treatment j n:huut you up, . whether
for years, have-yielded to this re-' the game are not,
medy and perfect health beo:i i . ,
Wyoming and Arkansas. By this
storms ! new S3stem the entire structure,
including the guns, balanced at
the center of gravity, instead of
the center of the turret and as a
result the weight of the figner is
almost sufficient to swine- the
The canals are brimming full of jgUns about on their track.
niudy water
cooler both of
Also the
which
air is
are good
On the 54th a match ?ame was
indications of having rainstorms played between the Stars and the
Los 1901 the scores was 19 to
21 in iavor of the Los 1901.
some where, altho more of the
life giving fluid has fallen in
this immediate vicinity.
The Best Remedy for
Stomach and Bowel
Troubles.
"I have been in the drug busi
ness for twenty y ears and have
sold most all of the proprietory
medicines of any note-Among the
Messrs Alex and Arza Nicoll ; entire llst J nave nfcver found
made a short visit "to this place j anything to equal Chamberlain's
Mr. Joy Patterson is clerking
in the St. Johns Diug Store
during the absence of Supt. SY. J.
Mallory who has gone to the up
per settlements, for a few days.
last Sunda'.
Cases that seemed We sec that
gossip j
you'rj iAJrs- W. H-Gibbons went on a
visit to Springerville to day to
,. spend a few days "with her
Delegates to the iBenloman and wife.
Cincinnati :
son
restored.
hopeless, that the climate of j charity conference at
famous' health resorts failed to j say that smoking cigerettes cau- j Mr. WTm. Stratton while -3ap
ww..v-..-, . r- " -.iivt iii . ing a wnci cow on J nursdar was
surea -pyits use. r.or saie oy ot. jt;ie opuipn oi many otners, smok gored in the leg, The'w'oundtjlasant form
Jlih.nJOnigb.Co.
t injr ciirettesXcpiisUittes
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy for all stomch and bowel
i troubles," says O. W. "Wakefield,
of Columbus. Ga "This remedy
cured two severe cases of cholera
morbus in .my f amity and I have
recommended and sold hundreds
of bottles of it to my customers
ito, their entire satisfaction. It
T XT- J 1 J
cLuiu-u d uuiuii itiiu suit cure in a
For sale bv St.
The program was followed out
to a letter, the serenade ing by .the
Brass Band, and the program
rendered at the Stake Academy
as follows:
The Ward choir sang ' Up awake
ye defenders of Zion," after which
prayer was offered by the chap
lain John Plumb. The Cnoir
sang. W. H. Gibbons gave a
most excellent address on why we
celebrate the 24th and the patri
otism and 1 oyalty of the Mor-
i mi. "mt.
mon people. j ne song j. ac
Pioneer and his wife," by Ida
Udall and Naomi Ereeman- A
very touching speech was deliv-
ed by Mrs. Wm. Holgate, on the
trials and tribulations of the Pio-.
neer mothers. The Mandhn and
Guitar Club then m a credible
manner rendered a very apropn-
ate song Hon- H. J. Piatt related
in his very interesting discourse
. . i .i t
many or tne tnais ana dangers
which was passed thru while on
the long and tedious journey of
. . . ry txt
crossing tne plains. . w.
Davis sang in a manner that
could not be 'beaten- Miss.
Hattie Piatt recited in a most
excellant manner, very appro
priate Toasts were then given
under the director of Miss. La-
vena Berry.
A very amusing
had in the afternoon
ing at 2 o'clock P. M-
of a Musical entertainment in
Stake Academy, children dance
in Assembly Hall, Base 'Ball
game etc and ending in the even
ing with a grand ball in Assem
bly Hall.
Shoep and wool grower, St. Johns
Arizona.
Ear mark on ewea square crop right
and swallow forkleft, reversed on weth
ers. Fire brand on nose. Tarr
brand on rump.
Ranee, Ap'achecounty, Arizona.
R. D. GREER,
A.lso run following brands
on left ribs. StW3n left hir
Range, LitWMttle Colorado xer.
Post effice. at. Johns. ArizoMTtrri
WALTER 8AWC.
EL 5.
(f you want your shoes properly
REPAIRED
TAKE THEM TO UTIMI0 BACA
SHOP ON COMMERCIAL STREET.
OPPOSITE THE 3I0NARCII SALOON
and Courteous Treatment to all
LOCAL ADS.
Why pay from $45. 00 to $70.00
for a Sewing"- Machine when we
will sel 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.
The above orices are for cash.
Yours truly.
St. Johns Drug Co.
MhIu brands On horses W slrab.-tm left tkijh
On Cows W slash, on left ribs.
4.1so runs the following brands:
Howe Brands, HX bar and DK. on left title
Cow Brands. MENEM vi49
both !dbo. JEW ba tnHV. af j
I1A1!
both on left side
IV bolh sides.
Range Malpuis Gap and s:klJi'k5.
Post offii-e. Pientca AxnariHoN. 5t
HOW'S YOUR HARNESS?
Do Yo'jr SHOES Need Fixing?
IF YOU NEED A XT THIX6 IX HI
iCi&OF LFATHEK 60 CIS
Call On Gruz Navareti
Shop on W:cr Ft. Si. Joins, lrlsa
NOTICE!
During the next thirty days I
will pay the highest prices of
the year for Forest Rererve Land
don't fail to write me I want your
and.
W. H. Clark.
Holbrook,
. Ariz.
aiarfc
do
time was
of
COMMON
AND
O I T "V"
acksmith Shop
XI A JlirVIIS CUR T liSEL
HOBSE-SHOEING
W si s on IScpa.irijr
And GENERAL B.'-ACKSMITHIXG.
promptly and in a workm&nliki taanner
k I will give Special Attention to ranch Tr.
CQf My shop is located about one kesdetj
ard direotl v north from . M. i .M. I
fit. ,1 oil u.. - - ArncoB
Stray Horses.
One dark brown work horse
branded W5 011 leftsoulder and
two slitsjffffin right ear weight
about 1200 pounds. One yellow
horse 7 or S 3-ears old weiffht
about 1100 pounds brandedggS
on left shoulder.
The owner can get the above
described horses by callinjr at the
ranch of J. F. Sherwood,
Richville,
Apache Co. Arix.
Have 3'ou that tired feeling? I
so go to tne Meat iuartet in rear?
end of Drug Store and get a nice
steak it will relive 3ou, if it does
not effect a cure
Are you in ne ed of an Organ
or .fiano.' it so we would be
pleased to quote 3-011 prices.
We are agents for the Francis
Bacon Piano the Carpenter and
the Ltfon & Healy Organ also
other makes. Your orders are;
solicited Respectfullv.
St. Johns Drag Co,
In view of the pending discus
sion as to the Gavernment of the
Philiooines it is interesting to;
note that the total revenues from
customs duties in the islands for
February were $1,455,359, as com
pared with $563,956 for February
1899. and S724.024 for the same
month in 1900; The mcreasei
over -last vear is more than 1.00
1.
JOB PRINTING.
Such as:
Bill Heads,
RECEIPTS,.,;
NOTES
Are 3ou going to build?
If so go to the
purchase 3'our
have the best assorted stoc
town-
Drug Store to
lumber. Pher
The heat wave in the East, isj
still killing the people oif by the
hundreds.
FOUND A purse containing:
somemone3', any one identifying
the sonife may obtain it by calling'
at this office-
&
HERALD
cPme- ' painful but not serioi
.rttoitit.
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRIGHTS ak DESIGNS.
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