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. T , - LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS "1 kmw not bow I fell the slory -Winchester fOT"2ale at Hekatd oHIce. - . Henry Bis tier,, of Eagar was uj'thatDr. Kings New Discovery v'sitor in our city last week. !for Consumption 'is the most in- ! ! fallible ren:edy that I have ever John Sherwood of Rich vi lie is known for Coughs. Colds and in our town tins week visiting. " .Grip. It's invaluable to people jwith weak lung's. Having" this W. II. Gibbous is on the sick wonderful mebicine no one need Ht, being- bedfast- with the Pneumonia or Consumption. It's rhuniatism. John Norton of Ecgar disposed of a load of turnips andsquash here this week. The fivjyear old son of "Louis Perez was very seriously burned last week. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remed3' for a number of years and have no hesuiancy in saying that it is the best remedy for coughs, colds and croup I have ever used in nry family- I have not wo.rds to express my confi dence in this Remedy. Mrs. J. A. Moore; North Star, Mich. For sale by St. Johns Drug Co- H. A. Brockvogel, wife and -daughter, of Cinega, N; M. , were visiting friends here this week. Richard G. Lombert spent sev eral days of this iweek in St. Johns canvasing for the Deseret .News. . J. P. Rothlisberger of Eagar brought down two loads of fine Alfalfa, which he disposed of at a good price. The Secret of Long Life. Consists of keeping all "the main organs of the body in heal thy, regular action, and quickly destro.ving deadly disease germs. Electric Bitters regulate stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the : blood, and give a splendid appe-! tite. They work wonderous in curing Kidney Troubles, Female Complaints, Nervous Diseases, Constipation, Dyspepsia, and Ma- j laria. Vigorous health and ' strength always follow their use Only 50c, guaranteed by A. & B. Schuster. jrroi. reamer iwing, principal . . ' . t" r t t ' f' of the Navajo school has finished his school term there with satis faction to both" pa rents and schol ars. T..W. Jones, a popular cattle man of SpriiTgervillc, made this office a call on Tuesday. Mr. Jones came... down to visit his children who are attending school li2re. Heads I hould Never Ache. Never endure this troub'le. Use nt once the remedy that stoped it for Itfrs. N. A. Webster, of Win nie. Va., she writes "Dr. King's New Life Pills wholy cured me of sick headaches I had suffered from for two years." Cure Headache, Constipation, Biliousness. 25c at A. & B. Schuster. Hon. Solomon Barth and wife returned last Friday from Graham county where they went to attend the marriage of their daughter Miss Cariota to Mr. Taylor as announced a week or so ago. INew tentury Comtcrt. Millions are daily finding a j those who have small children, al world of comfort in Bucklen's; waj-s keep it in their homes as a Arnica Salve. It kills pain from1 JJurno, bcalds, t.uts, Bruises; con-1 qitercs Ulcers, and Fever Sores. Tv St, Johns Drug Co. cures Eruptions, Salt Rheum, I Boils and Pcllcns; removes Corns Wcf, ff D and Warts. Best Pile cure onL1 p 5 T " earth. Onlv 25c at A. & B. 'p - Cropper was hearing the, Schuster m un:sMiir;um oroKe ine news to: u state, will, in due course, be Adxnission to the Opra 'Queen papa that he's the father of a j come the United States district Esther" will be as follows; jsou. Thesnge seemed dum found-! judge for that state. He succeeds U.-rn..-..1 r-- 1,1 J i " 1 ,1 I Admiion 25 cents. Aiiwimeeat p. m. x r;uay Feb. 14th. Rnds Way To Live Lonsr- "The startling annyuncemtnt of a Uiscpvcry tliat will- surely ; ; the truth may be. ns'twa tolo to uie.' lengthen life is made by editor yj Dowmev, of Churubusu), jlnd. "I wish to state" he writes, I relief Itain." is instant and cure cer A. & B. Schuster guaran- ; tee every 50c and $1.00 bottle, and , give trial bottles free. We were highly honored with an invitation to the Berry-Peterson nuptials to be celebrated on the 27th inst. The bride and groom are a couple of the most popular young people of this city. District Attorne' Ruiz left Mondaj' to make a short tour of the Territory. He will visit Phoenix and the principal cities in Northern Arizona, While in Phoenix he will visit his children who are in school at that place. Hr. Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism. "During the winter of 1863 1 was so lame in my joints, in fact all over my body, that I could hardly hobble around, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. From the first ap plication I began to get well, and was cured and have worked steadi ly all the year. R. Wheeler, Northwood, N. Y, For sale by St. Johns Drug Co. A Dissolution, S, Johns, Arizona., Feb. 5th, 1902. To the Public: The firm of E. S. Perkins and Reamer Ling publishing. Snips and St. Johns Herald is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, Reamer Ling retires on ac count of other business. E. S Perkins continues the business ajid assumes all indebtedness; a,1(l to nim a11 accounts should be paid. Reamer Ling. E. S. Perkins. Mrs. Adelndo Rnrkstfin. thp wifi -t ir t, o i j r n rof Mr. Isaac Backstein. (a well "i known mercantile man of Safford) ! and the daughter of Hon. Solo mon Barth is visiting her parents here. She is accompanied by her stalwart young son. Master Mil ton Backstein. They will remain a month or so, we are glad to note. SomthingThat Will Do You Good. We know of no way in whi:h ! Wf PH tl hf n F tnr.ro er.r'!. f r nur I vm , readers than to tell them of some- i thing that will be of real good to them. For this reason we want! to acquaint them with what we consider one of the very best re medies on the market for cough', colds, and that alarming com plaint, croup. We refer to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We have used it with such good results in our family so long that it has become a household necessi ty. By its prompt use we have n't any doubt but that it has ' j time and again prevented croup. !,nAt . . . I . - -f-" own experince, and we sug- iest that our reader, osnoriallv safeguard gainst croup.-Cam-! den (.b. C.) Mesenger. For sale - . - land excitedly entered a little ' : . overcame his feelinsrs nhd aslrpdirTianrM ftf i..iminf;n a j o- iwo tatlierly questions then d is- j misled the class. So home he j went a jogging to see his first "born, a great big bounciug boy. j f fHS BEST Is whac Hie Tcqva S buy thu :y thu must oL ThatTs Whj? rs Saiparilla has the lnigca ic Q y SjisLi. tJ& iiJi CORRESPONDENCE i News Items foi m Eagar. On Jan. 29 a son was born Mr. and Mrs. L. J' Brown Jr. to The irrepressible Richard G. Lambert, a friend of - our child- hood, has paid our town a visit, Feb. 3, is thes anniversary of our M. I, Missionary, Franklin Snow; and the ward presidency will give him a grand social and . he abandoned New York dt supper. , establishing himself in practice in Thursday, January 28th, Lorenzo Denven His appointment yesier. Brown passed quietly away. No . day wag due tQ tfae recommcnda. suffering, no pain, but like a'tion of the republican little child going to sleep. He , orffanization in Colorado. Mr. was born Feoruary the 2, 1823 m ;Kent was . Washinffton yester- unautauqua county, xw iuiK.,daj aml called Qn Se'nators Teller Moved to Arizona in Ibbo. Uaid in the quiet grave January 30th, 1902. Twentj vehicles followed him to his resting place. Jill- Nutrioso Items. Several pleasant socials have taken place this week. Miss Sadie Greenwood has re turned to her home in Eagar. Ted and Frank Wiltbank are visiting relatives here. Richard G-. Lambert, of Salt Lake City spent Thursday and Friday in our little burg. Warren M. Tenner who has been ill is now improving and we are glad to hear of him gaining his health. Miss Ida Lee andRhoda Wilkins and Messrs. Pollard Pearson and Thomas Love paid a visit to Eagar this week. Mr. Dudley J. Hamblin return- ed from St. Johns bringing with him his sister Mrs. Mary Beeler and Mrs. Victoria Rencher. U-NEED-A 5EWNG MACHINE, I will sell you a high-class, drop-head sewing machine for $34.00, and give you a year's pay for it on the install- , . . I an. J he machine is ' r-:4. 4.1... : 4.n LlliHJ l,U ment pi j strictly high grade five drawer,-! finished in Golden oak and guran- i teed for ten years. ISAAC BARTH. Frizes tor Irrigation Photos TH1. NATIONAL HOMEMAKERS, devoted to the making or homos in the Arid weM, wifits photos depicting irrigation with HOMES I'OUNDED BY SUCH WORK. Cash prizes will be av nrded a.-- uvlows: lt pkizi: $5 2nd PKizi! i'S 3 1 1'RUE ?2 CON'TKST CLOSES MARCH l" 1002. Tuiilifiher ri ser 'o the riul .t t- purchna:; pho'.os not winning a pm-. Addross THE NATIONAL -IIOiUEMAKER WASHINGTON, D. C Spee:r.l subscription prici I dollr.r year. lit; sure to mention the von riite. Herald, when Chief Justice Kent. The Denver Republican says: "Edward Kent, assistant in the nfnn tj:..a c- 4.. T:-t-.; .4. . Attorney, Cranston, was vester- (aY appointed chief iustice of the ' 1P' , 3.miCe r supreme court of Arizona. Mr Kent has been practicing law in Denver since 1S96, having come -..-.4- J t! i- . ii i r-1 , 7 , : ' I I , ' Ul oi ms neauu. iie aia not take 11 TT y on the Archer ranch, becoming a "hbor and a close personal fe"d of Senator E. X Wolcott. Mr. Kent will be the presiding jjuu m n ucuuu ui iuui, anu, unmi tho aiimiwi'mi of a w.,-. . . ubivki itjiciiiioL wiiom -iimi. j vuiiuinuii vctc lUaUC The result of an inquiry was the exoneration of Judge Street from j ? all changes in any way mipiicat- jinghim in wrong doing, : "Kdv.-ard Kent, governor of Maine, and an emineut justice of 1 1 'that state, was t j Kdw'ard Kent, the yt the father of. ouuger. The 1 paign song describing how Maine Kent, and Tippecanoe and Tvler too.' "Kent, the younger, was born in ! Bangor, Me., Augusts, 1862. In i 18S3 he graduated from Harvard where, .years before his father had" ibeen a Classmate of Senator Hoar of Massachusetts. Four A-earsi i later he graduated from Columbia I 1 law school, being admitted to the J bar the same year. He establish-1 led himself in the office of Butler, jbtillmanand Hubbard, in New York city, entering as a clerk and -working his way into a part nership. WhfMi his henlth failed : and Patterson t0 whom his ap. ; pointment was a ffreat surprise. Elias F- Dunleavy of this city has been offered the place of clerk in Judge Kent's court. Mr. Dun leavy has had wide experience in handling court papers, having been in the Arapahoe count' court for many years." THE HOME GOLD CURE. An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunkards are Being Cured Daily in Spite of Them selves. No Noxious Doses. No Weaken ing of the Nerves. A Pleasant and Positive Cure for the Lipuor Habit. It is now general hr known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease, and not weakness. A body filled -with poison, and nerv es complete shattered by peri odical or constant use of intox icating liquor0 requires an anti- aoie capaoie or neutralizing anu ! i . 1. 1 c i i: j eradicating tins poison, ana aes- troymg the craving for intoxicants- Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without i publicity or less of time from (business bv this wonderful j "HOME GOLD CURE" which : has been p?rfected after many ! years ot" close study and treat- mentor inebriates, iiietaitnrui mClU ol J?"":- use according to directions of this ,Trtj0,.f11i ,i:c,.,.or ;c n?fi.u WUJlUf.1 illl U1!5L.U CIV io JJVJol Hi 1 J 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 CURE YOUR FATHERS!! This rem edy is in no sense a nostrum but it is a specific for this disease only, and is so skillfully devised I ana prepared tnat it is tnorougn- ly soluble and pleasant to the taste, so that it can be given in a 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 bv having the "CURE" administered bv loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea, and beleive today that thev discon tinued drinking of their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not be deluded 03- apparent and misleading "improvement " Drive out the desease at once and for all the time. The "HOME GOLD CURE" is sold at the ex tremely low prices of One Dollar thus placing within reach of ever-3rbod)- a treatment more effectual than others costing $25 to $50. Full directions accompanv each package. Special advice by skilled physicians when request ed without extra charge- Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar- Address on receipt or une ijonar- iaaress Dept. E644 ED WIN B. GILES & COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Market Street. Philadelphia. ' All correspondence strietly confidential. It will pay you 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, qualitv considered. to write for our confidential letter before ap plying for -patent; it may be 70rth money. We promptly obtain U. S. and Foreign an TRADE MARKS or return EN T5RE attorney foa. Send moel, sketch or photo and --e send an SM MEDIATE FREE report on patentability. We give the best legal service and advice, and our charges are moderate. Try us. Paiessf Lawyers, Opp, . U.S. Patent Office, WashingtGi;, D.C. rr-- Stray Horse. While going to Holbrook, an old bay horse branded H C T on left hip, followed my teams for 10 miles. The animal is now in my posession. owner may recover same by paying costs. Lorenzo Peralta. July 25. 1901. ESTRAY. " I have in ni3r possession as estray one bay mare branded L O on left hip, tip of both ears crop ped, age six years or oyer. Owner may recover same by paying costs r I has. Jar vis, " St. Johns, Aug. 10, 1901- NOTICE! During the next' thirty dars I will pay the highest prices of the year for Forest Rererve Land don't fail to write me f want your land. W. H. Clark. Holbrook, Ariz. Estray Notice. Notice ia hereb3T given that I have taken upas estray one dark colored mare about 6 3rears old, branded p?on left shoulder. The owner gjfean have said mare on payment of costs. Jose Maria Chaves. Walnut Grove July IS, 19ol. $100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one hnndread diseases that science has been able to euro in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. H.iU'a Gatarrah Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being st constitutional disease, requires a con stitutional treatment. Hall's Catanh Cure is taken internally, ac ing directly upon ho blood and nvntous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of" the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitu.ion and assisting nature in do ing its woik. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that thev offer One Hundred "Dollars for aliv case that it fail to cure, Send for list of testimonials Address, F J. HIOKY & CO.. Toledo 0 63? Sold ly Hi ugtrist s, 7."c. Hall's Family Pills e the best. Are you in need of a new suit Pants or Over coat? If so cali on us and have your measurement : ta:cen. We have one thousand of the latest samples to select from. Prices are reasonable, fit and satisfaction guranteed. Respt. St. Johns Drug Co. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take L,axative-Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. VV. Grove's signature is on each box. 25 If you need an' thing .in the ready to wear line call at the Drug Store. They have just opened up a nice line of Capes, Jackets, Cloaks, Wrappers, Skirts, Shirts Waists, Fasci nators, Union Suits, etc etc Call and examine our goods. No trouble to show goods. A Pointer for -Inventors. If 3-0U wish your patent busi ness properly and promptly done send it to SWIFT &.CO., PAT ENT LAWYERS,, opposite U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. They have no dissatisfied clients. Write them for their confidential letter; a postal card will bring it, and it mar be worth money to you. See their advertisement elsewhere in this paper. Stop the Cough and Work Off the Cold. Laxative-Bromo Qninine Tab lets cure a cold in one dar. No Cure no pa Price 25 cents. DO YOU WE4B SH0S? Remember that we carry a complete line of the old reliable M. D. Wells & Co's shoes. Come and examine our line and get our prices. "We have the best stock of shoes in the city and prices are reasonable. I We do not claim to sell ten dol-1 larg)ld pieces for nine dollars ) but we do claim to give as good! value for the your money as ou can get elsewhere. Call and see j us whether you intend to buy or; not. i T0rtco-f-fii1K- ivespecttun, ST. JOHNS DRUG Co. I nfTirmi i rniinriwiiiiii i FIRST NATIONAL BANK United States Depository. Authorized Capital 5500,000 Paid in Capital - 150,000 Surplus 50.000 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Joshua S. Kaynolds. C W. Flonrn)' Frank McKee .. M. A. Hawks ".. Depository of the Atchison, Topeka& Protect Your Homes by Insuring ii the fireman's Fund San JFVajOLoieOs Oaliforiiiab The Great California Company Does the largest of any company for particulars and rates apply J. T. LESUEUR, WALTER BASRD. MHiiibr nt On l'-rsi s W sl nIi. nti left iWjRi ( ) ows W -lnsli, on !ef libs. j A. S' funs the fo'lawing: br-mts: llo- Unimlf, HX bar '. DK.on Ivti tnixl fQ-'ii tin I'jfl hip. m mm. Ui th n iert sj le. bo'h s les. Ka 'po Mnlpnis f!nj ntil "'b. I 1:ps. Post olll-c. (.'ifiiosa Amarilb N. -V J. S. PATTERSON. feheep and wool grower, St. .John A nzoim. Kar mark on owes square nop light and swallow forklefi. reversed on weih ers. Fire brand on nose, '.Tarr brand on rump. Range, Apache county. Aii.ona. ? HOW'S YOUR HARNESS? Do Yo'T SHOES Need Fixing? IF YOU SEED A XV TiJIIiii TRE I.IXKOF LFATIIEKGOf Gall Qn Cruz Navaretl Shop i n V.'a cr ft. rt. Sal ns. lrlzci:. yoowa tyoir s-i es properly TAKE THEM TO UTIfiO BACA : SHOP OX C03?3I RCALTJ.EET. j ! OPFOSITU UE MGA'AIU H SAUOK i and Courteous Treatment to all St. Johns Drug Co. We carry the most complete! line of school supplies in the comunity such as: I Text Books, Note Books, . . Copy Books, Writing and Pencil Tablets, Pencils Crayons, etc., etc. Prices are reasonable. tXJL S0 signature i3 on every bor of tho genuine Laxative BromoQul!iins Tablets the remedy that ctis-ea a coJti 1b cho day - PresMoa ...Vice Pic-idea t -shict ..Assistant Cnshrs-t Santa Fe and SaaU Fe Paciiis r&tlroa 1 Insurance Co. insurance business in Arizona.pflp to SAAWTX CANIJEI ARIA j:VBllnir fork left, si-lit niul upper hal. crop Hie rKlt. Tar Hrun't. Unnge NMiilii Muntttlnn.V4 -Vpnchu i-ountr. Aritona. O X T "V B t I .cicsmitn HOBSE-SHOEING And GKXERAL h' ACKRMIT1I1SU. doae promptly nnl lr a workmftiilik'i mimncr XI will Rive Special .Viention to ranch ivnr . My shop i lo:atel about one hnnditf artl tliroctly nor:h fr m r. M. it 31. 7 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 llo 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 rigFt and we guarantee satis faction. Let us figure on 3our next order. HE HERALD 4 Agent at : ST. JOHISTS, ARIZv f R. D. GREEBt . f I I Norun Solwiiv 1 raidT f ""- : tfJi R..r. f i.lifl.. fnlop dorm M lY.at ell'.ci-. .-t. John?. ,iM:'.n.Trr ' JUAN CANDELARIA. r a. CN'C'IIO. AKtZ. - J F lW;uiil hs cat kept P v II... MlA-i-tnir M-mTc- ' All". I Umr rtove rlphl- an ' jppg oni over in. ion. . j sv rfSgK Swallow forfclc't. p!refe-p - i . -i if Job Printing lit 1 ST. JOHNS, ARIZONA. j ' I 1 I I..,. - . -