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iiK4 - VOLUME XVII. . ST. JOHNS, APACHE COUNTY, ARIZONA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1901. 7 NUMBEFM5. ' - THE ST. JOHNS HFRAI D. J-all assessed 4 ThAV Uill fiamWft dllOl diiu Dili 11611 I I MVJ II III UUIIIUIV A. & B. SCHUSTER, GENERAL MER CHANTS i HOLBROOK, A. T. ST. JOHNS, A. T. O. E. OVERSON, EDITOR AND MANAGER. Carry in. Slock a Full and Complete JLiiie ot Ranch and General Supplies, Before piircliasing-' elsewlaere sret our 5riccs, FIRST NATIONAL BANK 9 M United States Depository, Authorized Capital Paid in Capital Surplus ...... TRANSACTS A GENERAL $500,000 150,000 50,000 BANKING BUSINESS. Tfie Board of Eqaaliaz- at their office ISo.oo 116 5o 85o.oo 2o7.5o, So.oo e Jolina S. Raynolds Presiden C W. Flournoy Vice Presiden Frank McKee i- Cashiet M. A. Hawks Assistant Cashiet Depository of the Atchison, Topekaoc Santa Fo and Santa Fo Pacific railroads. GUSTAV BECKER, HP 1 JJj be n icep cnatantiy on hand a largo and well selected stock of tjjtty Goods, Groceries, Hardware, A?nd everything usually found in a First-Class Establishment, fjfodk will be furnished on special order and on short notice. Anv article not Jury 10, !9oi. J. T. Rothlisburger rais ed 10 stock cattle 140.00 raised on value, of land 433.15 raised on value of land and imp. 130.00 W. D. Rencher raised on land 75.00 J. B. Riche3 raised on value of land 120. 5o Cruse Rubi assessed imp. 100.00 assessed one D. cow 18.00 Frank Ruiz assessed organ 35.00 Amb. Romero assessed 3 stock cattle 42-00 raised on work horses 20.00 Chas. Riggs assessed 4 head 30.00 4oo.oo .2oo.oo 100.00 400.00 80.00 125.00 400.00 50,00 J. R. Armijo, Proprietor. ine Wines, Liquors, Oigra,:?. E2t Cetera. iFirst-elass Billiard Tables. St.-Johbs, ARIZOBA General Merchants, St. Johns & Springerville, Keep Only the Best Quality of Goods at LOWEST CASH PRICES: Dry Goods, Groceries, Har'-vare, Boots, Shoes .A jtSTlD BTEBTTHIK C3- F-OXTITXD I3sT .A. FIBST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT. The Bank of Commerce In ALBUQUERQUE, ftl. M., IDEALS IN FOREIGN EXCII AN 5 R AND ISSUES LETTERS OF CREDIT v Solicits Accounts and Offers to Depositors Every Facility Consistent "with Profitable Banking. 75.00 50.00 30.00 work horses Cando Sandoval raised 200 head of sheep Slaughter & Candelaria reduced on stock of goods lot and imp. Jacobo Sandoval raised 200 sheep Desiderio Smith assessed imp on poss. right Vidal Sandoval raised 10 stock cattle 140.00 D. W. Sanders Jr. raised alue of imp. 120.00 Joe Stradling raised on imp. St. Johns Water Works raised on value of land Edna Shreeve raised on imp. A. & B. Schuster raised on stock of goods 1500.00 raised 1000 sheep 2000.00 Arthur Slaughter raised 50 stock cattle 700.00 S. J. Saffell raised imp. 150.00 on stock of goods 200.00 P. E. Slaughter raised 200 cattle 280.00 Manuel Sanches assessed 2 work horses . 80.00 wagon ... 40.00 harness ' ; " 40.00 household goods - . 50.00 Philip Salazar raised on imp. 50.00 Rafail Somora reised 50 sheep 100. oo W. F. Slade raised personal propert 158. oo Manuel Tafolla raised land and imp. 23o.oo on work horses 3o.oo Nicolas Chaves raised imp. on poss' right 5o.oo W. A. Tenney raised value of land and imp. 195.00 Mrs. Nadice Thompson raised 75 stock cattle lo5o.oo The Board takes a recess until 2 o'clock p. m.. Jos. Udall assessed 4 work horses raised value of land assessed lot and imp. in Eagar assessed land Tedoro Vigel assessed value of imp. Western Union Telegraph Co. raised on 544o miles of Poll line carrying 4 wires 2174. oo W. E. Wiltbank raised on land assessed 2oo sheep Wells Fargo & Co. . raised on safe, library, stock of goods and me chanic tools J. M. Wyant raised stock of eroods 3o7-oo 33. S. Wakefield assessed 2 stallions loo.oo assessed land and imp. 45o.oo Jno. E. White raised on stallion 2o.oo Sol. Waite raised on lo't 25-oo B. H. Wilhelm raised - house hold goods 2o.oo 5 stock horses 5o.oo C. E. Wiltbank raised 2o stock horses 2oo.oo The Board of Equalization ad journed now until the 21st day of August 19ol at lo o'clock a. m A. V. Gibbons. Attest. Monico Garcia, clerk. in t lie Philippines New Mexico Tragedy. at The Board resumes session 2 o'clock p. m. July lo, 19ol. Present A. V. Gibbons, B. Lopez and Monico Gorcia, clerk. The Boar then continues to eq alize the Taxes for the year 19ol aS follows: r DIRECTORS 51. S OTKRO. PresMent. J. C BALDRIDGE. Lumber. W O. LEONARD. Capitalist. w p err wnsTER. Vice Pr.sident A. EISEMANN. Eisemann Bros. Wool. " yff 9 STRICKLER. Cashier. A. iT. BLACKWELL, Gross. Blackwell & Co . Grocers. & J D M E 30 -Assist - Cashier. W . A . MAXWELL, Wholesale Druggist. BepMtdry foivAtchisa?- Tnpeka & Santa Fe Rawa. w J. T. McCorral raised imp. 5o stock horses . raised 4o stock cattle, W. Stradling assessed imp? Wm. Teimev assessed So. op 00.00 56o.oo loo.oo 1 he Board of Supervisors met the loth day of July 19ol, at 4 o'clock p. m. for the -purpose of transacting county business. Present A. V. Gibbons, B. Lopez and Monico Garcia, clerk. The salaries of the Supervis ors having been audited and ap proved by the Probate Judge are hereby allowed as follows. A. V. Gibbons 8 days ser vices 4o.oo Benigno Lopez service and mileage 46 oo G. A- Conklin 6 days service as Supervisor and mileage 45.00 The following claim was now allowed to Chas. Javis oavable out of the Expense fund as follows: Typewriter for county 97-5o It is hereby ordered by the Board that the Tax-Collector be instructed to take credit in the delinquent list for the 3ear 19oo for the sum of 5181.74- Said credit to be entered by the clerk of the Boad of Supervisors in the Ledger Acct. It is hereby ordered that the following Taxes for the year 19oo, be and the same are hereb can celled as follow to-wit: Pablo Carillo, amt. of taxes 6.57 Mrs. D. S. Cobert, amt. taxes 7.oo Mrs. Frank Day amt. taxes 3-12 J. Allen Johnson amt taxes . 8.15 Mrs. Lina Perez amt. taxes for the 3ear 1896 " 84.55 William Stratton -for the 19oo .7o.oo G. A. Conklin taxes for the 3-ear 1896 154 7o Juan Candelaria taxes for the year 1896 lo3.S2 Preciliano Chaves amt. of taxes 7-94 Mrs. Harper taxes on on real estate for the year 19oo 9.1o There being no further business before' the, Board, it now stands adjourned. (Arizona Daily Citizen.) Phcenix, July 9. Henry H, Hennage, well known among gamblers in the West as "Friday" accompanied by Ed Finley of this place, has started on a journey to Manila. The two men are clever ' "knights of the green cloth," and intend to introduce some Arizona gambling methods into the is lands which will be highly in structive to many and lucrative to themselves, "Friday" lived in Phcenix for a number of years, ana untill the beginning of the Spanish American war, when he enlisted under a special Congres sional act and went with the Fourteenth infantry, which was one of the earliest regiments landed in the Philippines. In a year's service and with the know ledge gained by operating gam ing tables in Phcenix he amassed a fortune of $40,ooo. He made a tripe thru many parts of Europe and the Orient before returing to this country. An Indian Trader Murdered anb His Store Robbed NeaP , Gallup., ft. M. V. Gibbons, " chairman. Attest. Monico Garcia, clerk. I'HE ONLY True Blood Purifies Tjrominentlv in the Diiblic eve to. 0 day is Hood's Sarsaparilla . Therefore 12o.ouget Hood's and ONLY HOOD' Senator Allison, who has been one of the leaders of the republi can party longer than any other man in public life, always has an attentive audience when he talks. asked who would be the republi- con candidate for President, he said: "It would take a wiser man than bolomon to predict what will happen in the next three years, and upon the things that will happen will argely, if not entirely, depend the action of the convention.' j Asked whether he would accept the nomination he replied: "No; would be seven t3r-five when the convention met. I will stand aside and see the 3ounger men struggle for the honor. It is a great honor, and it will be a great man who can equal the wonderful record which president McKinley has made," Of the acceptance of the Piatt amend ment, without conditions, by the Cubans, Senator Allison said: "It is satisfactory, not only for us but for the Cubans. The Piatt amendment, adopted tho it was in the hury and rush of the closing hours of Congress, was drawn with remarkable skill and wisdom, Each word in its vari ous sections seems to have been carefully selected, and the whole document could not be improved upon, In course of time the Cubans will undoubtedly have a government worthy of the name, but, in my opinion, they will continue to rety upon the U. S. They will have to do so." Of the general condition of the country Senator Allison said: "I have no doubt that prosperity has come to stay. There will be periods of slight depression, but on the whole, the general tenden cy will be towards a larger de velopment of our resources, and consequently a continuation pros perous times." Gallup, N. M; July 27. Alex ander W. Morrison was shot thru the head last night and killed. The house was burned and the body partially consumed. Mor rison was running an Indian trad ing store two miles from Wingate staiton for John Woodgate. He was alone at the time and there is no clue to the murders. A corner's inquest was held to day by Judge Welsh of Gallup. A quantity of silver trinkets and some money are missing. Mor rison's father is a wealthy coife planter of Brazil. Enterprise, Major George Hochderffer, who was appointed inspecting offiicer for Co. I, N. G. A-, by the Adju tant General of Arizona, inspect ed said company last Monday night. Nearly all the members were present, and everything was in such fine shape that a number one report will certainly be made- The Major was captain of this company a few 3ears ago, and the boys could not be restrained from cheering their old comman der. Much credit is due Captain G. W. Glowner, the present com mander, for keeping the company together and training the mem bers in military tactics and dis cipline. It is the intention to hold an encampment some time this fall at Winslow, and Co- K. of St. Johns and Co. ! of this place will attend it Major Hochderffe will leave in a few days for 3t. Johns to inspect Comdany K. Flag Staff Gem. In tKe Justice Court, Springerville Precinct, county of Apache, Territory of Arizona- Gust a ve Becker J vs fsusnicxs. J. H. Hart. Action brought in the Justice Court of Springeaville Precinct,, in and for the county of Apache? in the Territorv of Arizona- IN THE NAJIE OF THE TEERlTOSSf OF ARIZONA! To J.H. Hart,....;.- : Defendent, greeting: You are hereby summoned and requested to appear in an action brought against3oubytheabove . named Plaintiff in the .Justice? Court of Springerville Precinct, in and for county of Apache in the Ter. of Ariz, and answer to the complaint filed in said Justiec Court, at Springerville in said- county, within five days, exclusive of the day of service, after the; service uponyouof this summons; if served within tnis Precinct, but if served without this Pre cinct, but within the county, ten days; if served out of the countv, fifteen days, In til other cases twenty days or judgment by default will be taken against yotL Given under my hand at Springerville, this 22nd day o$ June 1901. Anthong Long; Justice of Peace of said Precinct. (First publication June 29, 1901- ARIZONA TO HAVE The Home Gold Cure. An Ingenious Treatment bV which Drunkards are Being Cured Daily in Spite of Themselves. Np Noxious Doses. No Weaken ing of the Nerves. Pleasant and Positive Cure forthe Liquor Habit, ANOTHER RAILROAD, (From the, Gazette) A Colorado inventor has con trived an automobile for the use of farmers. It is a machine which ma3r be operated 03 gaso line or electricity, and is said to be adapted to ploughing, seeding cultivating or harvesting. The enjine or motor is in the forward or drive wheels, which" a re joined by a long reach to the small rear wheels, over which the seat of the driver is placed. A large trans verse bar crosses the seach bar of the center, and to this transverse bar the plough, cultivator or other appliance for farm work may be attached. The entire power of the engine .may be appli ed to one wheel to get it out of a hole or rut, and the "Auto", can be turned in a small compass. Arizona furnishes the material for a larsre number of paper rail- wa3s few. of which ever become an3rthing more. Here is the latest. The Denver Republi can says: Another step was taken Thurs da3r to bring coal and prec ious mineral lands closer to Deayer when incorporation pap ers were filed at the state house for the Colorado & Gulf railroad. The incorporators are Chorles E. McConnell, Charles E. Herr, Ben W. Ritter, F. R Graham andL. C. Sheets all ot Durango. The capital stock is $1,000,000 and the principal ofliice will be in Durango. The plans for the construction of the Colorado & Gulf have been under wa3 for several years, but in the last three or four months active work has been done by the promoters of the company. The proposed road will extend from Durango south thru La Plata count3 traversing San Juan, Socorro and Grant counties in New Mexico and Apache and Graham counties in Arizona. Three immigrant inspectors have been sent to Porto Rico to watch for Chinese, who are being sent to the Island in large numbers, presumadly to wait a chance to sneak over to this country. The Treasury Department proposes to cut off their entrance into the is- It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is as disease, and not weakness. A body filled with poison, and nerv es completely shattered by peri odical or constant use of intox icating liquors requires an anti dote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison, and des troying the craving for intoxicants- Sufferers ma3' now cure themselves at home without publicity or less of time from business by this wonderful "HOME GOLD CURE" which has been perfected after many 3ears of close study and treat ment of inebriates. The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most ob stinate case, no matter how hard a drinker. Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR HUS BANDS!! CHILDREN CURB YOUR FATHERS!! This rem ed3 is in no sense a nostrum but it is a specific for this disease only, and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thorough-; ly soluble and pleasant to thf taste, so that it can be given ina cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it. Thousands of drunkards have cured themselves with this: priceless remedy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the "CURE" administered by loving; friends and relatives without theiif knowledge in coffee or tea, anti beleive toda3' that they discon tinued drinking of their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do. not be deluded by apparent and misleading "improvement." Drive out the desease at once and for all the time. The "HOMB GOLD CURE" is sold at the ex tremety low prices of One Dollar thus placing within reach of ever ybody a treatment more effectual than others costing $25 to $50. Full directions accompany each? package. Special advice tyf skilled physicians when request ed without extra charge- Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar- Address land by enforcing the Chinese Dept. E644 EDWIN SB. GILS& Exclusion laws as rigidly as they I & COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 are enforced-at the pWs of this Market Street. Philadelphia- i t.ii correspondence stiicuy .fioiihtry. confidential. 'f -