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2 THE ST. JOHNS HERALD. Published eyery Saturday at St. Johns, Apache County, Arizona, and entered at the Post Office as Second Class Mail Matter. ADVERTISING BATES. 1 inch 1 mew. $1. 2 mos. $1,50 3 moe. 2. 6 mos. $3. 1 year $5. 2 inches 1 mes. $1,50 2 mos. $2,50, 3 aoc. $3. C mos. $4,50 1 year $7,50. lUtM on Urge contract given on ap plication. OFFICIAL DIRECTOR Y. TERRITORIAL Sjyexso N. O. Yurpay rhanlx ?:cmit C. H. Akera Phenlx. rxtioruK, TW. Femfcertou... .Pbcenlx ior.PCB.lKT'K..S. L. Leng ..Phcenix. lrDXTejt, G. W. Vlckera Prescott. vrroRKcy Gek... C. J. Aiaswwth .Phcmis. kWT. QEJfKBAi.- ...R. Alljm Lewis.... Pkosnlx. SUPREME COURT f BiTxk StirtT. Chief Justice Phcenix. s. K. Davis, Associate Justice Tucson. r. M. DeAjc, Associate Justice Florence. R. I. Sloxm, Asseclite Justice Prescott C. MeRRisoii, U.S.Dlst. Attorney, Prescott. W. M. Griffith, U. S. Marshal Globe. lk Thomas, Qeixdka Phoensx. lerk Dist. Court.. ..W. C. EosTzaCPhoemx. COUXTT OFFICIALS. I A. V, Gibbons I Chairman. ofiWmobQ. A. Conklin, J Benigno Lopez, LMonlco Garcia, Clerk narterlyisMt!ngsoftheBoard will be held first Monday In Jan., April, Jnlyand Oct. Shxriff Leandro Ortega 3tstRiCT Attorkrt..... Alfred Ruix Sko.dk UarTZm rRRASORtR T' C;, JOBOB OF THB DISTRICT COURT... .R. E. Sloan Pkobatk JtmoE John T.Hogue Sl.WK OF COORT Jo"1 T- HB' Terms of the District Court, third Monday April and the first Menday in October, LOCAL MENTION. Hon. Richard Gibbons has an other large boy in his family. Mr. J. C Jones now has charge of Mr. J. B. Pattersons sheep. Mr. J. B. Patterson made a trip to his sheep Camp last Saturday. M Mr. Antonio Duran is spending a few days at home this week. Mr. W. H. Gibbons came in from his ranch and spent this week in town. Mr. J J Karnes was to town this week after supplies for his cattle camp. Cat. J. T. Hogue made a busi ness trip to Navajo and Holbrook this week. When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take artd pleasant in effect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at St. John's Drug Co. Messrs. W. A- Tenney and F. ly. Davis left for Clifton this week to work. Mr. Jerry Gonzales came down from the mountains Tuesday and spent a few days at home. The Whiting boys returned from Holbrook Tuesday with their furniture. Have you a" sense of fullness in the region of your stomach after eating. If so you will be benefited by using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They regulate the bowels too. Price, 25c Sold by St. .John's Drug Co. At the conference last week ten persons did what every man in Apache county ought to do, have their names put on the sub scription list. Mr. W. J. Mallory is now so near recovered from his accident Viaf hp is able to aerain attend ft "h VmninpR; affairs of the St. Johns Drug Co. puts And Burns Quickly Healed. Chamberlain's Pain Balm apli ed to a cut, bruise, burn, scald or injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treatment Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, sprains, swellings and lameness. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Great Favor. The soothing and healing pro perties of this remedy, its pleas ant taste and prompt and perma nant cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere. It is especially prized by.mothers of small children for colds, croup and whooping cough, as it always affords quick relief, and as it con tains no opium or other harmful drugs, it may be given as confi dently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by St- John's Drug Co. Mr. Peder Pederson came in from his sheep camp to spent con ference, last week. Mr- Denicio Duran came in from the mountains the fore part of the week and went back again Wednesday tolook after his sheep. Cured of Chronic Diar rhoea After Thity Years of Suffering. "I suffered for thirty years with diarrhoea and thought I was past being cured," says John S. Halloway. of French Camp, Mass. "I had spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hopes of recov ery. I was so feeble from the ef fect of the diarrhoea that I could do no kind of labor, could not even travel, but by accident I was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ond Diarrhoea Remedy, and after tak ing several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble. I am so -pleased with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I have " For sale by St. John's Drug Co. Mr. O. F. Freeman, who has been in the employ of Peder Ped erson & Co. for the past month returned home Tuesday. President D. K. Udall took A postal M. F. Cowley and one of Seven Presidents of Seventies J. W. McMurnn to Snowflake, Fri urday. Working Night and Day. The busiest and mightiest lit tle thing that ever was made is Dr. Kiner's New Life Pills. These pills change weakness into strength, listlessness into energy, brain-fag into mental power. They're wonderful in building up the health. Only 25c per box. Sold by St. Johns Drug Co. We had a most excellent show er on the 10th Inst, that lasted about half the day. Messrs. S. C. Thompson and Wm. Harris left Wednesday with supplies for J. B. Pattersons sheep camp. They will also ass ist in dipping his sheep. A Shocking Calmity. Latelv befell a railroad laborer," writes Dr. A. Kallett, of Williford, Ark. "His foot was badly crushed, but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly cured him. It's simply wonderful for Burns, Boils, Piles, and all skin erup tions. It's the world's champion healer, Curs guaranteed. 25c. Sold by St. John's Drug Co. COjSTCHO. May Butler has returned- Riley Greer, was in Conho Sun daj. David Ortega's little child was badly burned. Seemingly a box of matches attracted its attention as it began playing with them and in some way set them afire. Unfortunately the child was not discovered until ill its clothes were in a blaze. We trust for its recovery. Eliza Butler has gone home. a. 1 ti bOv attempted Stealing. During J 5 the day Mrs. Laura Kempe seeing a mexican boy watching around the Kempe store and residence told her little girl, Hazel to watch him but apparently Hagel forgot her instruction. In the evening, when Jennie came home they discovered a hole in the screen large enough to unlock the door. - Mrs. Kempe going to the bureau drawer could not find the money. Presently after go ing to the house where the boy was staying he appeared acknow ledged and returned the amount of three dollars and fifty cents and the check, all that was stol en. David Sanders Sen-is apparent- lv graining in strength. A party was given him on his birthday. Apst M. F. Cowley, McMerrinand a pary of St. Johns folks pass thru here last Friday eye enroute for Holbrook. Little Eugene; Keagle was ser iously hurt by his pony stepping on him but is alright at present. Chas. Gillespie killed a bear just below the field. Tweed. Mr. Edwin Whiting has pur chased the lot in from of the C. M. & M. I. and is busy moving in their new nome. Stood Death Off. E- B. Munday, a lawyer of Henrietta, Tex., once fooled a grave-digger. He says: My brother was very low with ma larial fever and jaundice. I per suaded him to try Electrie Bit ters, and he was soon much better but continued their use until he was wholly cured. I am shure Electric Bitters saved his life." This remedy expels malaria, kills disease germs and purifies the blood; aids digestion, regulates liver kidneys and bowels, cures constipation, dyspepsia, nervous diseases, kidney troubles, female complaints ;gives perfect helth. Only 50c at St. John's Drug Co. Prof E. L- Cropper has rented the Dr Piatt resident on the west of the C. M. & M. I. A. S Gibbons left for Nutrioso to day he has been imployed to teach that school this winter. A Night of Terror. "Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham of Machias, Me., when the doctors said she would die from Pheumonia before morning" writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended her that fearful night, but she begged for Dr. King's New Discovery, which had more than once saved her life, and cured ber of Consumption. Aft er taking, she slept all night. Further use entirely cured her." This mavellous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat, Chest and Lung Disease. Only SOc and $1.00. Trial bottles tree at St, John's Drug Co. NUTKEOSO. Married: Sept. 4, 1901 at 4 o'clock at the bride's residence Lillian Lee of Nutrioso and Willard Hamblin of Alpine- The bride's father preformed the ceremony, after which a supper was served- Only the relatives of the parents were present. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Hamblin much joy and happiness. We are having rainy weather again- The young people went to St. Johns for Confrence this week, so the news is scarce. Mrs. Lorenzo Crosby, Mrs An nie Baird, and son Wilson Baird, and Mrs Crosby's two little daughters together with Mr. Ben Howell came down from the Mountains last Saturday. Mr. C, E Baker, Forest Ranger has been transfered to the Blue, - Jack. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ALFRED RUIZ, A TTORNEY AT LAW. DISTRICT ATTOR- J. ney of Apache county. Office, In the flniirt TTrtn St Tv.a tn'raTii JT. S. WOOLFOBD, M. I. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Calls from Springerville, Concho and other towns will receive prompt atten tion. St. Johns, Ariz, ESTRA.Y. I have in my possession -as estray one bay mare branded L C on left hip, tip of both ears crop ped, age six years or oyer. Owner may recover same by paying costs. Chas. Jarvis, St- Johns, Aug. 10, 1901- Are you in nead of a new suit, Pants or Over coat? If so call on us and have your measuremeni taken. We have one thousand of the latest samples to select from. Prices are reasonable, fit and satisfaction guranteed. Respt. St. Johns Drug Co- It will pay yon to purchase your boots and shoes from the Drug Co. they carry a complete line of the celebrated Wells shoes the best on earth. Prices are as low as the lowest, quality considered. David K. Udall's name appears among the inventors. We notice from the Official Gazette of the United States Pat ent Office of Aug. 27, 1901, that a patent has been issued to David K. Udall for an Agricultural Machine. The object of the in vention is to produce a machine embodying in combination a roll er, marker and seeder, by the use of which the grain or seeds can be planted either by drilling or broadcasting, as,desired, and the soil marked in furrows and rolled during the planting operation. A still further object of the in vention is to provide for the dis tribution of chemical or other fertilizers over the ground im mediately in advance of the drills, so that by single operation the ground ma' be marked, furrowed, fertilized and the seed deposited in drills or sown broadcast, and soil finally pressed or rolled firm ly in a manner to leave the ground in perfect condition for crop growth and for the taking in of moisture and for irrigation purposes, which latter result ren ders the machine particularly ef fective in arid districts. Mr. Udall's invention certainly has taken a great deal of consid eration and thought He being an experienced farmer of 40 years practic undoubtedly would be able to make an invention in the Agricultural line that will be of benefit to the farmer as this one no doubt is and will prove of great benefit to the farmers. At any rate Mr, Udall deserves credit for obtaining a patent from the U. S. Patent Office at Washington D. C on so useful a machine to this western country. And having his name appear a-long-sideof the many other in ventors of this most progressive age. Latter Day Saint's Academy. After leaying St. Johns, I traveled pleasantly with company until reaching Alpine, where I wandered southward, alone, thru those lofty pines, down the beau tiful Blue, that picturesque scenery is most magnificent and silvery stream would dizz the brain of a Shakespere or of aNe polean, passing thru Clifton journeying over those rolling hills, reached Thatcher Saturday evening. The Li D. S. Academy opened Monday morning for registration and commenced Tuesday moring at 9 o'clock with 75 students. Students are coming in rapidly. The prospects are that we will have an excellent school this year great improvements have been made in the buildings and equip ments of the Aacademy- A merchandise establishment of three large rooms has been pur chased by the board of education in which the Commercial dept. of the L- D- S- A- will be conducted by Prof Burnham The Academy expects to make great progress in the. line of bass balltplaying this j'ear. Holbrook. Sf. Johns and Springerville express. W. W. BERRY, Proprietor. TIME TABLE. Leave Holbrook daily 9:30 &. n " woodruff " Arrive Station " L Testation " Coneho " ..' " St Johns " Ar. Springerrille " Leave " " ......... " St. Johns " Concho " , " Station " Arrive Woodruff " Leave " t Arrive Holbrook " 12.60 xi ...7:00 p. hi ....7:15 p. xn. ....9:15 p. in. ..12:00 night 8,3 s. m. ... 4:00 p. m. ....12:00 night ... 4:00 a. m. 6:30 a. m. 1:00 p, vx. .....1:30 p. m. 3:00 p. PASSENGER FARE. Holbrook to Woodruff. $1 00 Concho 4 50 " 6t Johns 6 00 " 8pringerville 8 00 ROUND TRIP. Holbrook to Woodruff and return $1 50 Concho " " 8 00 St.Johhs 10 00 SDrincervillo " 14 00 STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES allowed at any point on the line ifty pounds of baggage carried free for each lllpasseneer. XPBESS CARRIEDEK"" rates. For full particulars Inquire of any of our ajreuts or postmasters along the lino. J. R. Hulett, Agent. Holbroolr, Arlx. Blacksmith All kind of repairing done m a neat up-to-date style on wag- rtc "hiiofo-ies and vehicles of all vuw, "tr o sorts Horse-shoeing Spolalist. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give me a call. St. JohHS, - - Arizoaa. Job Printing THE HERALD has just laid in a large as sortment of. New Type faces ot the very latest styles, and we are now prepared to do all kinds of....!. Plain and fancy Job Printing in the latest and most up-to-date manner. Letter Heads, Note Heads, Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes. Invitations, Programmes. Etc., Etc., Our prices are just rigbt and we guarantee satis faction. Let us figure on your next order. nng son THE HERALD, ST. JOHNS, ARIZONA. Stray Horse. Whilp o-nino- to Holbrook, an iVM Vkotr linrsp branded H C T on U1V4 w left hip, followed my teams for 10 miles. The animal is now m my nspcsinn- owner may recover same by paying costs. f Lorenzo Peralta. July 25. 1901. Railroad Surveyors. Chief Engineer Thos. Wiggles- worth and his company of twelve surveyors camped in this town last Friday night, a week ago, on their way to Clifton. Mr. Wig glesworth reports the country from Durango her to be excellent to build a railroar over. They have been traveling at the rate of 10 miles a day almost all of the way from their starting point. Altho prospects are fairly good nothing is sure of it coming yet, but it is expected that it will. Some of the party talked greatly in favor of its coming while others did not. All the information we were able to get from Mr. Wigglesworth was that he could say nothing about it yet. But he will soon be back and then perhaps he would be able to give more information regarding the subject. The Bank of In ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., DEALS IN FOREIGN EXCHAN3E AND ISSUES LETTERS OF CREDIT Solicits Accounts and Offers to Depositors Every Faoillty Csnsistent with Profitable Banking. DIRECTORS : 11. B. OTKRO, President. J. C. BALDRIDGE. Lumber. W. C. LEONARD, Capitalist. B. P. SCHUSTER, Vice President. A. KISEMANN, Eiseaapn Bros., Wool. W. 8 STRICKLE R, Cashier. A. 21. BLACKWELL. Grost,4Blackwell & Co.. Grocers. H. J. DVIKEdON. Assist. Cashier. W ,v. MAXWELL, Wholesale Druggist. Depository for Atchison Tnpeka & Santa Fe Raiiwav. JUAN CANDELARIA. CNCHO. ARIZ. Brand as cut kept up. Also owns the following brands: Upper slope rigkt amd and over bit left. Swallow forkle.'t, circle Ithe right. SAJNT ANITA CANDELARIA Swallow fork left, split ana upper urj. crop the right. Tar Brand, (F Range White Mountains, VI Apache county. Aritona. J. B. PATTERSON. Shflepand wool grower, St. Johns Arizona. Ear mark on ewes square crop right and swallow fork left, reversed on weth era. Fire brand f on nose. Tarr brand y on rump. Range, Apache county, Arizona. If you want your shoes properly REPAIRED TAKE THEM TO UTiHIO BACA SHOP ON COMMERCIAL STREET. OPPOSITE THE MONARCH SAL00K Prompt Work, and Courteous Treatment to all LOCAL ADS. Are 3rou in need of an Organ or Piano? If so we would be pleased to quote you prices. We are agents for the Francis Bacon Piano the Carpenter and the Lyon & Healy Organ also other makes. Your orders are solicited Respectfully. St. Johns Drug Co. KOITCIG! 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 land. W. H. Clark. Holbrook? Ariz. EAGAR. To late for last week. Pres. Udall, wife, and his councilors, and many others paid us a visit last week, and a very plasant, and profitable visit we had with them, And the inside of our school house, where we held meeting, looked nice and fresh with its new coat of paint and other improvements. W. W. Berry of St. Johns ac companied, by his brother lom have been with us for a short time, and Tom and his family are going to come soon to remain with us; occupying the Baton house. We bid them a nearty welcome. Stansil Greer has gone to Mag- dalena for freight . for the. Co op. L- J Brown Sen. returned Sun day evening from Magdalena with fresght for Mr. Becker. The grain in the valley is nearly all cut we will have about half a crop. Graham Hamblin and brothers had quite a serious, runaway. They had gone after wood, and Commerce, R. D. GREER, Also run following brands on left ribs. RKlon left hip. Range, Litlue uoioraao lver Post effice.&t. fJohns, Ariros&Terr WALTER BAIRD. Main brands On horses W slash, on left taljB On Cows W slash, on left ribs. 41so runs the following brands: Horse Brands, HXbar aad DK.an tefUal Pjon the left hip. ZflB cow Brauds. BWl left si 4 Ml EJSboth sides. JEW hat iat nmmsmm A both on left slda. N s-both sides. Range Halpals Gap and alt Lake. Post office, Cieneja Asaarlllb V. II HOW'S YOUR HARNESS? Do Your SHOES Need Fixing? IF YOU NEII ANY THING IS TO LIKE OF LEATHER 6001S REPAIRING, Gall On Cruz Navarett' Shop M'!er St. ft. Joins, irle Blacksmith Shop MARIM S CHRISTEUfSEH. HOKSE-SHOEING WagreH Repairing:. And GENERAL B.'-ACKSMITHIKG, dosti promptly and in a workmanlike manner I will give Special Attention to ranch worr. 03T My shop is located about one hundred ard5 direptl' north from C. M. & M. I. St. Johui. - - Ar'ze Estray Notice. Notice ia hereby given that IJ have taken up as estray one.dark colored mare about 6 years oldr branded JRon left shoulder. The owner fan have said mare on payment of costs. Jose Maria Chaves. Walnut Grove July 15, 19ol. Are you going to build? If so go to the Drug Store to purchase your 4umber. They hay e the best assorted stock. in town- left one team standing while loading the other, Vhen the team that was standing ran away, breaking up the wagon, and breaking one horses back and leg injuring it so badly that it had to be killed. Many of the people of our lit tle town, have gone to St. Johns to attend the "Young men's Con vention" and Stake Conference; We are sure they will have a pleasant time with St. John's hospitable residents. Jill. The Bazar that was held on the 12th and 13th by the Y. M. & Y. L M. I. Associations was a complete success. A most excel- lent time was had by all who at tended. The booths were just unsurpassable and indescribable. It certainly was a credit to the Associations, Weedon D. Whelan, special agent of the Fireman's Fund In surance Co. of San Francisco has been paying our town a yisit during the week looking after the interest of the-Company. - The contract of the delivery ot. Oats to Fort Apache, have been awarded to Gustave Becker- ajicl W. F. Lesuer of Springerville." :fjt, - , - : - - ' i - M jevv-r - - , t-' " :'- " ' K ;' v- -. -'Si . 4 - :9 -For sale by St. John's Drug Co. r i III mi i flu II il i ii II ill I li i ImM 1 1 1 1 i1 ill I III II I ii I ii i ""-1.