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1 -t - 1 - ' -1 11 I . i---.7Tevi5 a. wbb vriw tt.iiu SUCK IU It, 1L WUUIU result 111 In-I creased rates for all classes of av.nha vrv sattiriiiy nt st. Johm. foreig-n advertising. This is one Collr' XT' Sj'iSJ l U,e.tlliuff that "eeds attention at the JU.toffir as Scroa-I liwr; Mail Matter, . j next raeetihir of the Territorial I Ifie Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament j u 1 1 iNiSfc my mum sum otucial seal iivii.wutM w u-jviviiui' , l hayc ! this Twenty-sixth tiny of October, Anno --eieunto set my hand this Thirty-first Domini I8l2. ADVERTISING KATES. l3iih l in"?. $l. 2 "i". ?',50 3 inns, j fLVsm)i-.$.' I yer. j 3 nj.es 1 lu-rt. $1,50 2 inw. ',30. 3 rM2-!$$3. 6 raw. fi.oG 1 year $ j. KrttHon large fontJWt' ,veu on np-! Irfsctttion. i Press Association. I for Indians and Colored People. , TT "l "" anscKii'TroN hates. $?.50. $1.50. tfomonih .?l.0U. tu0-ir . . Jixd?mintlH Ktf. Pur-kins and Rkamf.k Ling, Proprietors. Ediior and Mgr. ! ..I. i oner. TO SUBSCXIBKUS. If us if you nrns y-iir paper. &Wi all rcm'tuac! by M. O. or ISA AO O'CONNELL, Recorder of Deeds. ftSj't yo-ir pipe dhcontinuau until all I trenrsr n arc paid. uWilpt'oa utb; pahl in advance. rcg stereo Improves the flavor and adds to the health fulness of the food. , nfyoK irisb yotir paper tout in a ditlrreut tiA rth no ify x:s tnd tlu chuiige will be TIJK MANAGER I BE IT KNOWN that vp whose nsimes j ' are heronuto subscrihed citizens of Penn ,'sylva'iia and our assoriates, bein a t Society of Kelijjious women pvofessmg the Roman Catholic Religion, living in community and devo'ed to charitable wrkH, have associated ourselves to gether for the purpose of educating, training and instructing directly or thru the agency ot others the American In dian and Colored Races and do declare that we and t ur associates, with such persons as may from time to time be come members and our and their succes sors are desirous of acquiring and enjoy ing the powers, i nmunities and privi ledges, of a corporation or a body politic MUCKS COUNTY j-ss Filed in the office nf the Prothonota-y of the Court of Common Plea. in and for said County this Twenty-sixth day of October A. D. 1302. OSWIN C. K EI PER. Deputy Prolhonotary. DECREE OE COURT. COMMONWEALTH) OF - ' t ss PENNSYLVANIA AND now to wit November 18th, 1892 the foregoing Certificate for a Charter havingbci n duly acknowledged before in law and tact, the name, stylo, title. the Recorder of Deeds for the County of objects, articles and conditions whereof I ftm:l.a rt,j t,e fl.une iK!illtr tny certified are as follows: to, under the lumd and official seal of the saul KHcoruer ot Deeds and having t been !-:led in our said Court of Common Ploas sin-.te the 23th dav of October A. OFFICIAL lUKKCTOUY. TKR1MTOKIAL -rVHHK .-.. anirpny ....iuiciha hctahv C H. Akers l'henix. !-ABKf:e. I i rniucriui .. i xhi-iiia .PyB. .tuT's R. b !.u..: PmobiiIx. -riocvv diiK. " T- AinwortH .rnanix. -iT. en.sKKAL....R. Altyn Letri.....riioo.Ix. SUPUKMK COUIIT ttr.sTKV. STtr.r.r. Cliiff Juti-t- I'lirpnix. '.. !ah. Associate J:ticc. Tucson l. "Poajs, Asotsintt Justice Florpnco. K. 3iOA AfopfiJtc Justice. .... . Precott S -MOKM,-8tS, U.S. 1mm. .uiorney, rreurim. l.fir.irt'iTH. r. S.Mwrshrtl Glbo. sr .. Thox-as fii:tsr.r.J. t iioi-iwa O ft. ti art O KoRTik .Xl'i.o nix. COrNTY OFFICIALS. v ( A. V, Gibbon I ( ItiiimiHii. t ccitartsuK G. A. Cjiiklin, ; tic n i cio Lwpi;, iMtinlco Garci-, lork -Q.VFtVriyttpthii:ofUe!Rnl will W hold -t.lt5eMoiidft? mi Jmi..Aprn,Jiiiynnd Oct. '1.-." -wiiKC. -.. 1. cand ro Ortra IVtku r ArrnnicKV AHrea Ktur. )s jr jjin.iKr Moiiico (Jarcia K4VMVUKK l- ,1,u 'Jfaniti mctiik K.stkictCockt.. .It.E.blonn SWwHAT Jnifq;,, JC T.HORUlf MtnKoeCofiiT..-.....s.... T. ilogue Serin i of. tlie iltrlct Court, ...tliird Mondny AfirlUmtthenrst Monday in October. :0, Subscribn for the Herald and then ym will get the news. 'MS The wjridiii"; of Miss Josefita Mnnderficld and Goorg:e Armijo vrhich look place in Santa Fe Wednesday morning was a bril liant .ait air. Among- the con-, tfratulatory messages received was one from President Roosevelt, .yuite a number of Albuquerque iis were present at the wedding", he young1 couple have gone to eastern cities on a honeymoon umr, Journal Democrat- JVice on Patent Medicine 4ads.' That gonial traveling man of the Chamberlain Medicine Com pany, Mr. St. John, was a busi ness visitor in the city last Satur day. Jie cut out two of his five pii.i. "ads" and raised our price 66?3 per cent. If he will do as Superlative in Strength and Purity. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. S. Ftfl. Jensen Gons In the death of S. M. Jensen, A pache county loses one of her best and most highly respected citizens. He has lived here eigh teen years and during1 all that time has never had an enenry. He has ever been on the side of truth, justice, liberty and right eousness. He was a modest tiller of the soil. But he was enabled thru honest industry to gain a g-oodly supply of this world's goods. But no man was ever more charitable to the needy than he was. He served in verious positions of trust and honor in the Sunday School of the Latter Day Saint's church of which he was .a most faithful and obedient member. He was ever punctual in his duties and earnest in his efforts in his work. In his family relations he was a model father and husband. He leaves only one child, a son, and his devoted wife to mourn his loss. But there are a host of near and dear friends whose C3es have been wet with tears at the thought of 'his death. May our Heavenly Father pour the balm of peace on the broken hearts of his loved ones, that the- ma experi ence the sweet comfort of the knowledge that his soul is with the redeemed and glorified who have stood the test of life in this earth. Mr. Jensen was 55 years old, haying- been born in Denmark in 1847. He came to America in 1873 and lived in Hyde Park, Cache county, Utah till 1SS4. Since then he has lived in Apache count. The funeral was conducted in the Academy on Sunday after noon at 2:30, The eulogies pro nounced b Bishop ARTICLE I. The mime of the eorpn. j ration shall be. The Sisters of the Bless ed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People. fday of October A. D. 1901. Harm an yekkes, Judge COMMONWEALTH OF PENN-) SYLVANIA, COUNTY OF RUCKS, J I John G. King Prolhon otary of Comt of C"mmon Pleas of said Count v of Bucks, in ihe State of Penns lvania aforesaid, DO .HEREBY CERTIFY, that Urn Honorable Harman Yorkes by whom the forgeoing attestation was made and whose name is thereto subscribed. was, at the time of making thereof, and still is President Judue of the Court of Common Pleas of the County of Bucks, composing the Seventh Judicial District of Pennsylvania, duly commissioned and qualified, and to all whose acts as such full faith and credit are and ought j to be given, as well in Courts of judi cature as elsewhere. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereuntoset my hand and affixed the seal of said Court at Drylestown. this Thirty-first day of October- in the year of our l ord one thousand nine hundred and one. JOHN G. KING, Prothonotarv. GTJSTAV BECKER. Keep constantly or, hand a large and well sebn-ted totk ol Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardwasre Blioes And everything usually found in a First-Class Establishment, stock will be furnished on special order ami on short notice Any Mt ARTICLE II. The essential, obje.-ts of the corporation are to educate the American ' Indian and Colored Races thruout the State of Pennsylvania and beyond its borders; to train leachcrs'for this purpose and especially to train the youth of these races, without religions distinction to become sell" sustaining men and women, using such methods of instruction in the principles of religion and of human knowledge, as may be best adapted to.these pu;p ses; to visit and administer to t ;e sick and poor o these raees'and to act as guardian of such of thir orphans and minor' chil li ten as ma bo committed to its care. ARTICLE III. The business of the Corpoiatiou shall be transacted in Buck' County, Pennsylvania and other daces in the Slate of Pennsylvania and be yond the limits of the Commonwealth. The principal office of Ihe Corporation shall be located at St. Elizabeth's House,. Bensalem Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, with full power on the Dart of the Corporation to establish and lacate branch offices at any place or places within said State or elsewhere. ARTICLE IV. The Corporation shall have perpetual existence. ARTICLE V. The officers of tins Corporation shall consist of a Board of Managers of five persons, or such ad ditional number not ex-eeding fifteen as shall be fixed by the By Laws; of a President, Seeiotary and Treasurer and such other officers and agents as the By Laws shall prescribe. I). 1892 and having been presented to me on Nv. 18th lS92the undersigned a Law Judge of the said Court of said County, accompanied by proof of the publication of the notice of such appli cation I ceilify that I have perused and examined said Instrument and that I find the same in proper form and with in the pu "poses nanrjd in the first class specified in the Act of Assembly ap proved the Twenty-ninth day of April in the ye-ir of our Lord Eighteen hun dred and seventy four entitled ''An Act to provide for for the incorporation and regulation of certain corporations" and that the same appears lawful and "not injurious to the community. It is there fore ordered and decreed that the said CHARTER be and the same is hereby approved, and that upon ihe recording cf said Chatter and this order'the sub scribers thereto and their associate. shall he a co.-poraiion for the purposes' and upon the ternn therein slated. By the Court HARMON YERKES, Pi eiidein Tudge. ARTICLE VI. currant vear are : The ollieeis for the Ciithriue M. I)re.el (known in reliirion as Mothei M. Katharine) President. Mary V. ( layton (known in religion as Mother M. Magdalen) Secretary. Sarah MeGravey (known in icligionas Mother M. Joseph) Tieasurer. Annie McCann (known in religion as Sister M. Francis Xaviei Cathrine Jarvis (I-nown in religion as Sister M RECOUPED in the office for Record ing Deeds in and for the County of Bucks in Miscellaneous Rook 27, page 400 &o. WITNESS my hand and se-.il of office this 22nd day f November A. I) 1892. ISAAC O'CONNELL, SEA3 Recouler. Recorder's Office, Doylestown, Pa., October 30, K01. Jarvis (I-nown in religion as bister M. y ' Alovsius) Cathrine m". Drexel (known i f 5EA1L office the day "... I v- S hove named BUCKS ) CoUNTY.f b8 1, Burroughs Michener, Recorder of Deeds for th County of Bucks, State of Pennsylvania do certify than the ah Ve is correct and true copy of the Charter of Ihe Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People d ily recorded on Ihe 22nd day of November, A. D. 1332, In Miscellaneous Book No. 27, page 406, Ac, so fully and entire as Ihe same remains of record in this office. Witness mv hand and seal and year a Patriarch Piatt, J. W. Brown I .1 -T Ti c 11 i- St well as that even time he comes tUlu' x were inu or " we will be jrlad to see him at Pios and tenderest sympathy. I nil v there are none m this in religion as Mother M. Katharine) Mary V. ( layton (known in religion as Mother M. Magdalen) Sarah .MeGravey (known in religion as Mother M. Josepn) Managers, all single women. The Board of Managers as at present o" hereafter constituted shall have authority to make, alter, or amend the By Laws. No meinWer of the Corporation shall have any claim fo compensation for her work whilst in the Sisterhood of Anderson, tfio Blessed Sacrement, and any member ceasing to belong to the said Sisterhood shall cf ase by that act to belong to this Corporation. - least once each month. The Chamberlain people put up gfood remedies and can afford to pay good prices for their advertising. The following- from the Florence Bla'de will hardly apply to the Chamberlain Medicine Company's advertisements, but the Blade is riffht in the main. It says: "When we bought the Tribune its patent medicine contracts had not expired and we will be com pelled to complete them. But we can assure our readers that when these contracts expire they town who do not have a touch of tender sympathy for the be reaved loved ones of the departed. Prizes for Boys and Girls! iiiriim i ! fciim inm i i,i uj'jjBmi'imaMBa the NATIONAL HOMEMAKSR a h:i Tsoire'y i hufntcd month y mngnsiac l.'Vot'l to xnnkitu; HOMES IX THE ARID WEST, wants new Mibscr'bcrs ui this Fertion. To the boy or girl i.t tho west sending the create. t number if subscribers to the National uonicm ker by July 1st. IV1C2, there will be pnid ... , , , uuitii-iii vi: . ash::, lucre Will bt? unitl will not be renewed, except at!825JGOMstithoadi6.uhotWtK local rates, Something: this claSS I ln lHon to this, 11 contcMnts. spirting r j . - i hi ten or mors; .subscriptions, will receive 10 vcr of- advertisers were never known t.ctlt. eommbsion for their wo.k P We do not take adver-j The regular Mibsiriptlon price is 2do"lrs but ummg tlv.s contest it will be but one-half that amouut-1 dollar. Circulars, samt le copies, nml subscription blanks will be sent to nil contestants by nd-drtsslng to pay. tisements at cut-rates simply to fill space. We prefer to gfive our readers the benefit of space not paid for at regular rates.5' Nowil all the papers of the Jircrrifory would asrrce on a reason- THE "NATIONAL HOME "MAKER WASHINGTON, D. C. Be tm to meallou tint IIir:iLI ivh.n ilSIr price to be charge!, so much t v ttlUe BURR OUG II S MIC 1 1 EN E It , Recorder of Deeds. ARTICLE VII. The income of the Corporation and contributions to it shall be devoted to the purposes hereinbefore sel forth. ARITCLE VIII. The Corporation May hold Real Estate and personal properly to any amount, now or here affsr allowed by law. ARTICLE IX. The names In the subscribers to the Charter, all of whom ill e at present residents of tho Thirty- fifth ward of the City of Philidelphia, i are as follows: Cathrine M. Drexel, Mary V. Clayton, Sarah MeGravey, Annie D. McCann, Catharine Jarvis. COMMONWEALTH OF P NN-) SYLVANIA, -ss COUNTY OLr BUCKS. ) COMMONWEALTH OF PENN-) SYLVANIA. COUNTY Oi' - ss BUCKS. ) I, John G. King, Prothonotarv of Ihe Court of Common Pleas of the County of Bucks in the said State DO HERE. BY CERTIFY, that the above named, Burroughs Michener, by whom the fo:e going attestation w is m-ide was at the time of so making the same, and now is thl.ecordor f Deeds duly commission ed liml qualified, to all whose acts as Kuchkfiul faith and credit are and ought lo be giye:Pnnd that the seal thereto annexed isfhe seal of the saul Record er's Office, :V.'id that the said attestation so made by him is in due form. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have heieunto set my hand and affixed ihe seal of said County at Doylestown this Twenty-fust day of October A. D. 1901. JOHN G. KING, ithonotarv. . - 07FICE OF TI1H SECRETARY OF THE COMMON WEVLTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. llarrisburg, November 4th, 1901. Pennsylvania, ss I, W. W. Griest, Secretatyof the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, having tlie custody of the Great Seal of Penn sylvania, DO HEREBY CERTIFY, That Burroughs Michtibi" now is, and was at the time of subscribing his name to the foregoing certificate of ex emplification of record, RECORD FR OF DEEDS in and for the County of Bucks, Pennsylvania, duly elected and com missioned, and as such officer had, on the said date, full jurisdh tion, under fhela.vsof this commonwealth, within the said County of Bucks, to make the attestation or certificate heieunto at tached. Thai .Tbh n G. ICing.now is, and was at the time of subscribing his name to the forgoing certificate, PROTHONO TARY OF TI1D COURT OF COMMON PLEAS in and for the County of Bucks, Pennsylvania, duly elected and com missioned : That the Honorable Hat man Yerkes now is, and was at the time of snbscrib- I inghis name to the foregoing certificate, PRESIDES r JEDGF OF THE COURT OV COMMON PLEAS in and for the County of Bucks, composing tho Sev enth Judicial District of Pennsylvania, duly elected and commissioned : That FULL FAITH AND CREDIT arc due ami ought to be giyeif.to fheir ofiici.il acts accordingly : " That tho SEALS attached to the said ceitificates are genuine, and that I verily believe that each of the SIGNATURES attesting the same is genuine. JN TESTIMONY WHERE OF I have heieunto set mv hand and caused the. Great Seal of the State to be affixed, the day md year above writ' en. W. W. GRIEST, Secretary of Commonweal!) . MERCHANDISE People who have once worn the celebrated IVSunsang o. a o 70) ' Q O o It gives will wear no other kind. It is in a class by itself. The best made, the best fitting, the most comfortable and durable under wear on the market. universal satisfaction and we recommend it to all our trade. HARDWARE And Everything Usually Found in a First-Class Establishment ST. JOHNS and SPRINGERVILLE, A- T. DEAFsyEss km iv uma mOWJ CURASLr: by our new iuventiou. Only those born dc;:f arc in.iau,t&. F. A. VERr.1AK, OF fcJALTif?.OKS4 SAV!?t Gentlemen . Eoinp cntirclv n:rcd cf deafness, thanks to your ireutru? mi. I wilt mt fmysrti a full history of my case, to beuss-il at your discretion. About five years ago r.i y right caf began to sing; and this fccjjt oa getting vrots. aatSt SftaMl my iicauny ju mis car enure ry. IS Til 3 SAMi A.VO nV AUTlIOaiTY OF TIIK COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYL VANIA . hut toMf mc Ifcvfc then cease, but the heannir m the auected car wouul be lost lorcver. I then saw your advertisement accidciUallv in a Kcw Yorz raper. anu ordered ment. After I had used it only a few days according to year directions. theafcHscrsi&rft. to-day, after five weeks, my hcarinp in the diseased car lias been entirely restored. I tJaMi&jpMa heartily and beg to remain Vcr-,' truly yours, F. A. "WKKItfAX, 730 S. Broiid-.vaj. Eahkaere; 2&& Our treatment does not interfere with your usual ccciipai'toii s2BSSftaBd YOU GAH GORE YOURSELF AT HOME Rtaca 9 INTERNAT20FML AURAL GLiKiG 596 LA SALLE AYE GKICA80, ILL, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Tin: GOVUBNOHOR OF THE SAID COMMON WEALTH, - I, Ilarman. Yerkes . I mlire of the Sev enth Judicial District of the Common wealth of Pennsylvania, composed of the C'juntv 'f Hucks in the said State, do hereby cetiifv that Ihe above named John G. Kinsr by whom the foregoing alt ostiit ion was made, warf, at the time fif so ni.'ikinir tlie Maine, anil mm in tin Before :nc the subscriber Reconler of ! , , t , . , , . . , , . ,r . , j clerk of said Com t, duly :ommiv!:oned Deeds in ami for sasd County personally 1 . ic 1 . i i ' . r n , , . ! ami qualified in alt whose actas such full appeared Catharine M. Drexel, Marv V. t ... , ... , , , . , ' , ,r , ,, ' , faith and credit are and onyht to hp. Llavtun ami Sarah McCtravev, three of, n ,i t . , . ., , j :iven, as well in Courts of judicature as the subscribers to the above and fore-; , , , ,t . I( . elsewhere; that the seal thereto annex- troniK Certiticate oi Incorporation and i x c, .1 .1 1 r- . , ' , - ed is the seal of the said Court, and due form oi law aqknowletl'rcd the!,,- ,t ;i - u , , , . , . , , a 1 that the. saul attestation so made hy him same lo be their act ivnd deed. - f TO A LL TO W IIOM-TIIESE PRESENT SHALL COME, GR EE-TIN li : KNOWN YE, That the Attestation or CertKicate heieunlo attached is iii due form and made by the proper officer, and that W. W. driest wlmse name is subseibed thereto, was at the time of subscribinu the same, and now is SEC RET A RY 0 F TH E COM MONVE A LTH OE PENNSYLVANIA dulv appointed and Commissioned, and FULL FAITH AND CREDIT are due and ouuht to be ui veil to his official acts aeco-dinly . Given under my hand and :he Great Seal (( the State, at tho city SEAS Bn Harrishur, this mtirtli day of iSiovember, in the inv Tan oovnrt.NOHj year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and one, and of the Commonwealth the one hundred and twenty-sixth. WILLI VM A. STONE, Governor. .W.W.GHIEST, Secretary of the. Commonwealth A TTORNEY IT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOR Ol. ney of Apache coanty. Office, in the Court House. St. John.5. Arizona. jr. &. W-IMW.FODSW, 31. B.' PHYS8C8A74 AND SURGEOfi. Calls from Springerville, Concho and j other towns will receive prompt atten tion. St. Johns, Ariz, Hol&rookr St Johns and SprinpnfiHe express. W. W. BERRY. Praprirtea, T o 1 acKsmi -FILED- January 16, 1902. MONIGO GARCIA, Comity Recorder. All kind of repairing1 done in a neat up-to-date st3'le on wag ons, bug-gies and vehicles of all sorts Horse-shoeing Specialist. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Giv.e me a caH. St, J.ihn?, - - TIME TABLE. Leave nolyo.ik daily M'oortrufl Arrive Station L veStntion, C"iiaho " " St. John? . . Ar. npnugcrrille I.euvrt i- " 8t, lohim - ......... " Concho " " Station Arrive Woo.lrufT . Lcnve " Arrire Hollrork lA5SSKfiR T"Ae Holl-rook to WocdrnflT. I'oni'ha... t Johns ' Springer ill. . ROGIcii TiaiPi rfoltrook to Vo.Tlniran4 ieMw fn-cho St.'Johbs - . Springers He . STOP-OyER PRimEGES-51 illpai6eni:er XPtlESS CARRIED rate. . &2j i - -.6Sk kv - a an. .... ai tm. ... -uaa? - i8 AIAKE YOIIR OWN MUCILAGE. An ntm"fl rvf Plinnlno' CZr m no ml r1 vc " nountinpf -0.000 newspaper clippings a day, inake- j tor full particulars inquire of aay oC cabases) a qu-rt ' the rfeanest raudlage by.merely soak'r - I or postmasters along the Usa. in wstt-. Dropped mto the mucilage pot a f h1"3- """" pieccs -.t a rime, tne cor.tens 01 a 3 ounce f trould .iere the needs of the avenge housel-.clH o office for a vear. Dors not discolor Bv mail. isz. box. i& cents.: i-or.. box. 25 cents. TRK tUPPIKS EU3EAU, CS tknonzklr St. Koat J. It. Ilvlett, 'A seat.